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Chicago Bears could get rookie WR Alshon Jeffery back in time for Monday’s game against the 49ers.
Jeffery was able to return to practice on Friday. He suffered a broken his hand a month ago, but the Bears seem to optimistic that he could be ready to go on Monday.
“Alshon was playing great ball when he hurt his hand. Another big target. Another guy for Jason (Campbell) to throw to if it comes to that. Another guy with some size to block if we lean more toward the run,” said coach Lovie Smith, via the Chicago Sun Times.
Prior to his injury, Jeffery had produced 14 catches for 184 yards and two touchdowns. Not having QB Jay Cutler available will certainly have an impact on the team’s offense, but getting Jeffery back could help back up QB Jason Campbell against a very tough defense.
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This Monday night showdown has all the makings of a classic old school defensive battle. Both teams lost their starting quarterbacks to concussions this past Sunday and Jay Cutler has been ruled out for the game. It will be tough for any quarterback, let alone a backup, to move the ball on Monday night as both teams boast top tier defenses.
49ers quarterback Alex Smith was cleared...
Jason Campbell will start for the Bears in Monday's game at San Francisco, NFL Network reported Friday. Campbell, who signed a one-year, $3.5 million deal to back up Jay Cutler, has 70 career starts. Teammates said Thursday the offense wouldn't change much if Cutler was forced to miss his first game this season with a concussion. That's a far cry from the 2011...
The Chicago Bears announced today that Jay Cutler will not play MondayNight against the San Francisco 49ers.
LM: #Bears have announced that QB Jason Campbell will start Monday night's game at San Francisco.
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) November 16, 2012
Jason Campbell will get the start instead. Campbell is an experienced quarterback with plenty of starts in his career...
The Chicago Bears have announced that Jason Campbell will be their starting quarterback when they take on the 49ers Monday night.
Jay Cutler suffered a concussion during Week 10′s loss to the Texans and hasn’t been able to return to the practice field this week.
“There is not a whole lot I can say. He is getting better,” said head coach Lovie Smith on Thursday. “Don’t...
The Chicago Bears announced today that quarterback Jay Cutler will not play in the Monday night game vs. the San Francisco 49ers. This was an expected move as Cutler hadn’t progressed or practiced during the week after suffering a concussion against the Houston Texans. Back up Jason Campbell will get his first start as a Bear under trying circumstances as he will face the vaunted...
The Chicago Bears will have to rely on Jason Campbell if they are to defeat the San Francisco 49ers on Monday night. Jay Culter has been ruled out due to the lingering effects of a concussion.
Cutler was knocked out of the Bears’ Nov. 11 game against Houston following a helmet-to-helmet hit from Texans linebacker Tim Dobbins. Dobbins has since been fined $30,000 by the league for...
Last year, after compiling a 7-3 record, the Bears appeared right on track toward making a playoff berth. Following a 31-20 win over the Chargers in Week 11, it was discovered that quarterback Jay Cutler broke his thumb and would likely be out for the remainder of the season.
The Bears moved forward with backup Caleb Hanie. Then-General Manager Jerry Angelo felt strongly enough about...
Who knew what this Monday night matchup would be prior to week one. The possibilities exploded off the schedule until quarterback concussions and injuries occurred quicker than a Tony Romo interception. With Jake Cutler down and Alex Smith hoping for game-time medical approval, this game has definitely lost its luster. However, it remains larger than the injury reports. Six weeks...
As anticipated, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (concussion) will miss his first game of the season after being ruled out for Week 11 at San Francisco, the Chicago Tribune reports. Jason Campbell will take his spot as the starter for the Bears on Monday night after replacing Cutler for the start of the second half of last Sunday's game against Houston after he sustained a concussion...
Hall of Famer Mike Ditka has had a minor stroke, an ESPN producer said.
ESPN's Seth Markman posted on Twitter that the former Chicago Bears coach and player fell ill Friday and will not appear on the network's NFL shows this weekend.
Markman wrote that Ditka ''wanted everyone to know he's ok.''
Ditka did not immediately return a message from The Associated...
The Chicago Bears have announced that backup quarterback Jason Campbell will start on Sunday after starter Jay Cutler suffered a concussion last week against the Houston Texans. This is a tough loss as the Bears will face the NFC West leading San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. Replay clearly showed Houston linebacker Tim Dobbins made helmet-to-helmet [...]
Former Chicago Bears head coach Mike Ditka suffered a minor stroke but the Hall of Famer says he's OK.
Chicago Bears (7-2) at San Francisco 49ers (7-2)
I can’t make a final pick on this one because there are too many unknowns with injuries and with the line in general (it’s not yet posted). However, I can do a reasonable preview based on what we do know. Here’s what we know. We know Jay Cutler has been ruled out and will not play for the Bears. Instead, Jason Campbell will start...
The Chicago Bears (7-2) travel to Candlestick Park on Monday night to battle the San Francisco 49ers (6-2-1).
The Bears are 29-31-1 all-time against the 49ers. Since 1985, the Chicago Bears are 0-7 against the 49ers in San Francisco.
The last time these two teams met was in 2009, when the 49ers beat the Bears 10-6 in an ugly Thursday night game in San Francisco.
The Bears are...
With defensive end Shea McClellin already ruled out for Monday Night Football this week, second-year DE Cheta Ozougwu could see his first NFL game action against the San Francisco 49ers.