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Good morning and happy Tuesday. Welcome to Bear Bites, where we break down the best Bears news of the day. In this installment, linebacker Brian Urlacher dishes on the Detroit Lions, the schedule opens up for a run, and survey says: Julius Peppers rules.
Brian Urlacher said that the Lions play until the echo of the whistle. (ESPN Chicago)
The NFL is still sorting out all the moving pieces of the melee on Sunday. (Chicago Sun-Times)
The Bears defended Lance Briggs penalized hit during Sunday's game. (Chicago Tribune)
Looking at the schedule, a playoff run is in the cards for the Bears. (CSN Chicago)
Did the win over Detroit make believers out of Chicago doubters? (SB Nation)
Looking at the film, Julius Peppers is really, really, really, really good. (Chicago Tribune)
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The Chicago Bears searched for depth to add to their offensive line after guard Chris Williams season-ending injury on Sunday, working out three lineman with previous NFL experience on Tuesday. Brought in for workouts were: Mansfield Wrotto, Renardo Foster and Mike Gibson worked out for the team at Halas Hall. Edwin Williams, who took over after Chris Williams left the [...]
After a very poor start to the season, Chicago's defense has been lights out the past month. Lovie Smith says the team hasn't changed their scheme, the players are just performing better.
The Bears made a couple of moves to their 53 man roster today.
They officially announced 2008 first-round pick, left guard Chris Williams was placed on injured reserve with his wrist injury.
Second-year guard Edwin Williams, who replaced him in the second half played pretty well in his place on Sunday.
He started three games a year ago at right guard and started this training camp...
Bear Report caught up with Bears cornerback Tim Jennings in the locker room after the team's Week 10 win over rival Detroit. He talks about the defensive strategy, frustrating the Lions and more.
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Chicago Bears defensive end Julius Peppers was held out of practice Wednesday as he continues to recover from an MCL sprain in his left knee.
So much for Devin Hester being sick: The Chicago Bears kick returner exited Sunday's win over the Detroit Lions early due to an illness, but he accomplished enough before leaving to be named the NFC's Special Teams Player of the Week.
Players from the Bears and Detroit Lions are expected to make a sizeable contribution to the NFL’s charitable partners this week. A scrap between Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and Bears cornerback D.J. Moore cleared both benches and required several minutes to be sorted out. Based on the NFL’s...
I don’t have any more superlatives than have already been said by everyone else on the Bears’ dominant 37-13 win over the Detroit Lions. The Bears most certainly extracted revenge for the Monday night defeat in Detroit a few weeks back.
Let’s here what you all think.
I just hope the loss of guard Chris Williams for the season won’t impact the offensive line that had really...
"I think we just came out here and didn't play our best," said left guard Rob Sims.