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Bears defensive tackle Anthony Adams is an affable, fun-loving guy who elicits some off-the-wall questions and answers every one of them. But this was a new one, even for Adams: ‘‘Did you ever see young boys around Jerry Sandusky?’’ ‘’No, no,’’ Adams said in the Bears’ locker room Wednesday. ‘’It was just always him coaching. I was there my freshman year ’98, ’99, and he retired. So all I saw was just him being a defensive coordinator. I didn’t see anything like that at all.’’ As a former player for Joe Paterno at Penn State from 1998 to 2002, Adams …
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The Bears defensive tackle sharpened his language about his alma mater after reading the Grand Jury report on Jerry Sandusky.
Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith took great pleasure in Monday's victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.
No, Smith doesn't have any long-standing beef with the Eagles - nor does he fain any extra satisfaction in beating the formerly-named "Dream Team."
Smith just felt that his team isn't getting any respect.
"We're a good football team," Smith...
Consider my mind blowed. According to a report from the Chicago Tribune, the Bears quarterback’s icy facade briefly melted but for a moment and he actually cracked a smile during his weekly media session at Halas Hall on Wednesday. The reason? Talk of his supposed sweet buttocks region. You may recall I briefly touched upon [...]
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is finding that he likes standing upright.
Chicago's offensive line provided Cutler with a sack-free game Monday in Philadelphia for only the second time since he arrived from Denver in 2009.
The revamped line is possibly the biggest reason the offense has improved to 17th overall and 10th in scoring. It has allowed...
Chicago Bears rookie tight end Kyle Adams, who never had experienced a hamstring pull before suffering one Monday night on a field-goal attempt at Philadelphia, will miss the rest of the season.
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Read on for Kurt Warner and Ron Jaworski's thoughts on Jay Cutler, a sneak peek at Robbie Gould's locker, how the offensive line is doing, the Lions' smack talk, Earl Bennett's fine and possible payday.
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The Chicago Bears offensive line steadily has improved this season, but the unit will not get rookie Gabe Carimi back any time soon as the team announced Carimi will under knee surgery Friday.
The Bears improved their playoff position by beating the Philadelphia Eagles 30-24 on Monday night. But at 5-3 with three consecutive victories, they’re hardly in the clear. Though they easily beat the spread as eight-point underdogs and might even have earned some respect with an impressive showing...
One of the stars of the 1985 Chicago Bears has had his Super Bowl XX ring stolen. Willie Gault, who played wide receiver for the Bears from 1983 to 1987 and for the Raiders from 1988 to 1993, had his Super Bowl ring stolen from his home in a burglary, law enforcement sources told TMZ.…
Jay Cutler apparently knows how to take a compliment.
Yesterday we discussed the keys to defending the spread offense. Today we will discuss adjustments made which could be a sign of DC evolving to combat the instillation of the spread offense schematics into today’s NFL. Also, we'll recap some of the Giants news leading up to SF on Sunday.
Lovie Smith, much like Perry Fewell, is well known as a disciple of the Tampa 2...