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Chicago Bears DT Stephen Paea is competing for the starting nose tackle spot against Matt Toeaina. Rod Marinelli believes that Paea's time to shine is now and he's counting on the second year player to emerge. Paea is the most well rounded DT on this team and could be a force to be reckoned with this year.
We had an interview with Rod Marinelli and he talked extensively about expectations for the second year DT.
Also spoke with Matt Bowen of the Chicago Tribune to get his take on Brandon Marshall and the revamped passing game. From there we talked about how active up front the Bears are with their front seven.
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Kahlil Bell played well for the Chicago Bears last year, and Armando Allen played in two games for the Bears. Where Bell comes up short is holding on to the football and it puts him squarely on the hot seat.
Allen on the other hand is a dynamic player who is definitely pushing Bell for the third string RB spot. Allen was mentioned by Mike Tice during the OTAs and mini-camp and...
After the first few days of practice, the Chicago Bears receiving corps has looked dominant. This is what the team's coaches and management was hoping for when they went out and brought in multiple weapons in the offseason.
Brandon Marshall dominated every defensive back that lined up against him during drills on Sunday. However, corner Kelvin Hayden had him on lockdown, but...
The Bears wrapped up their second day in pads and fourth practice overall in Bourbannais on Sunday afternoon in front of another enthusiastic crowd.
Julius Peppers participated in individual drills but received a veteran's day off during seven on seven and 11 on 11 action.
On the day the offense did not execute very well in the passing game but there seemed to be a strong emphasis...
Shea McClellin should send a thank you card to Brian Price because Price's workout on Tuesday was bad enough that it knocked the rookie off the front page of Bears camp reports.
Brian Price struggled mightily in his first full practice in pads with the Bears, raising early alarms about the young players skills. The naysayers should relax a little, it was one practice and Price...
Games Played: 10
Completion Percentage: 58%
Passing Yards: 2,319
QB Rating: 85.7
Last season, Cutler had to deal with a below-average offensive line and an offensive coordinator who called pass plays that had him running for his life, but still had a pretty impressive year. Cutler...
In this three part series, we will be breaking down the Chicago Bears schedule and predicting how the Monsters of the Midway will fare in 2012.
The Chicago Bears finished last season in the most average and disappoint way that a team could finish a season. After starting the season 7-3, Chicago lost Jay Cutler in what would end up being their fifth straight win and they lost...
If there's a sense that Shea McClellin is getting piled on by me writing this blog, then throw another log on the fire.
I don't want to sound overly dramatic because there is plenty of that going around as well.
There's no reason to panic because we're only four practices into camp and there's a long long ways to go.
The best way to evaluate this is to say...
Veteran cornerbacks Charles Tillman and Tim Jennings turned in strong efforts at Chicago Bears training camp in Bourbonnais Tuesday, solidifying their status as key performers at a crucial position. Head coach Lovie Smith applauded their work in his post-practice briefing with assembled reporters. “Each day we see a few guys who step up and make a few more plays,” [...]
Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice expresses his frustration with the offensive line, Matt Forte talks about the addition of fellow running back Michael Bush and much more.
Just a couple of weeks ago I brought you a dreadful performance of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" by Bears QB Jay Cutler. Now it is University of Illinois football coach Tim Beckman's turn at the famous song.
It wasn't a great performance, but it added more enthusiasm to it than Cutler did. Hopefully, Beckman and the Illini play with this enthusiasm during the...
In our first Chicago Bears training camp video, we offer film work and commentary on today's live-action goal line drills from Bourbonnais.
Our second training camp episode of Bear Report Radio features Matt Bowen, former NFL player and current contributor to the Chicago Tribune and National Football Post. We also bring you audio from Rod Marinelli at camp, a 1-on-1 interview with Stephen Paea from Bourbonnais and more.