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The rapid descent of the Chicago Bears from playoff contender to also rans highlights the agenda on the next edition of “Bears Claws.” Join the guys as they dissect Sunday’s disappointing 21-13 loss to the Packers, search for answers, and breakdown the playoff picture. They’ll also debate the future of Bears head coach Lovie Smith. This week’s special guest is [...]
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Bears safety Chris Conte pleaded with Chicago fans to support the team during their crucial last two games. See what he said here.
Brian Urlacher had an interesting view of the Chicago Bears loss to the Green Bay Packers yesterday. His view from IR was quite opinionated. Maybe this is the end of his days with the Bears? Or the end of his NFL career? During his weekly appearance on the local Chicago FOX news program he had some choice words for Bears fans, the media and those who think Bears coach Lovie Smith...
Chicago Bears offensive lineman Jonathan Scott suffered a
hamstring injury during yesterday’s loss to the Green Bay Packers, reports Jeff Dickerson of ESPN Chicago.
The Bears' continuity of their offensive line took another
hit when starting right tackle Jonathan Scott sustained a hamstring injury
in the first half against the Green Bay Packers.
Scott suffered his...
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The Chicago Bears came into the 2012 NFL Season with a goal, to once again become Super Bowl Champions. The Bears missed the playoffs last season due to a handful of injuries and a poor offense. They lacked an elite play making WR and a consistent Quarterback.
So the Bears made a statement in the past NFL off-season. They went out and snagged...
What more is there to say if you’re a fan of the Chicago Bears. Middle linebacker Brian Urlacher has been the face of the franchise for years, and after the team lost to the Green Bay Packers Sunday, he gives the fans a shot to the jaw.
“Two of the people I don’t care about: fans or media,” Urlacher said to sports anchor Lou Canellis on WFLD-Ch. 32.
Don’t get us wrong...
The Chicago Bears lost another player for the year Sunday. Defensive tackle Matt Toeaina, who has suffered from an injury plagued year, was shut down for the year on Monday. In his place, the Bears elevated offensive tackle Cory Brandon to the 53-man roster from the practice squad. Brandon has spent the last nine weeks of the season on the Bears [...]
Bears DE Corey Wootton had 1.5 sacks in today’s contest against Green Bay, giving him 7.0, the second most on the team. With teammates falling all around him, Wootton has been a constant.
A referee throws a flag on Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery (17) after a pass in the end zone in the third quarter against the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field in Chicago on Sunday, December 16, 2012. Offensive pass interference was called. (Chris Sweda/ Chicago Tribune)
“I’’m feeling real good and refreshed by the referees calling the right things. That’s what...
The Chicago Bears placed running back Michael Bush on season-ending injured reserve with injured ribs and re-signed Kahlil Bell. Bush finishes his first season in Chicago with 411 rushing yards and five touchdowns on 114 carries. Bell has spent parts of four seasons with the Bears from 2009-12, starting three of 25 games and rushing for 589 yards on 131 career carries.
Other than Brandon Marshall, no other Chicago wide receiver caught a pass against the Packers. The lack of secondary production has become a trend for the Bears’ passing attack this season.
[caption id="attachment_10960" align="alignleft" width="300"] Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall (15) in the 4th quarter of the Bears' 21-13 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field Sunday, Dec. 16, 2012. B582575720Z.1 (E. Jason Wambsgans/Chicago Tribune)[/caption]
Here are the Week 16 power rankings from various sites around the...