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Chicago Bears return specialist Devin Hester and guard Chris Spencer have been ruled out for Sunday's game against Seattle.
Both players were injured in a win over Minnesota last weekend. Hester had a concussion and Spencer has a knee injury.
The Bears were a banged up bunch after playing the Vikings, with running back Matt Forte, cornerback Charles Tillman and linebacker Lance Briggs suffering ankle injuries and guard Lance Louis tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.
Briggs, Forte, Tillman and tight end Kellen Davis (ankle) all were limited in practice on Thursday. Louis is out for the rest of the season.
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With all the players around the NFL that have been suspended for using Adderall, which helps players focus better, Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall told the media that he’s heard of players using Viagra to gain an edge.
I would love to know how a drug that is used for erectile dysfunction can help football players do better on the field.
Marshall is quite the character...
Fantasy Football News – After getting taken out of the game Sunday with what appeared to be an ankle injury, Michael Bush became a hot commodity as he scored twice. Well apparently Forte is feeling ok and practiced on a limited basis Wednesday. Not only did he practice but Mike Tice said he looked, “fine.”
FFLockerRoom Take – Forte owners are happy to see him back on the...
While Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte was able to
practice at a limited capacity yesterday, several other starters did not suit
up, including linebacker Lance Briggs, cornerback Charles Tillman and wide receivers
Alshon Jeffery and Devin Hester, reports Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune.
Smith said Briggs, TIllman, Hester, Jeffery, Spencer, Davis all held out of practice...
Bears RB Matt Forte told the media that he’ll be suiting up and playing in Sunday’s game for Chicago, per Sean Jensen.
On Wednesday, Bears head coach Lovie Smith said that Forte “looked fine in practice”, which was an encouraging sign for the team.
Forte’s ankle injury allowed Michael Bush to get an increased workload against the Vikings last Sunday, but Bush utlimately...
The idea that NFL players might use Viagra to gain an edge on the field left Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs practically in tears -- from laughing.
He wasn't the only one. Players cracked jokes about it Thursday, a day after Bears star receiver Brandon Marshall said he had heard that some players were using Viagra and hoping it would give them an advantage during games...
The Chicago Bears returned to the practice field Wednesday, but did so without a number of players who’s status against Seattle Sunday remains up in the air. The Bears practiced without cornerback Charles Tillman (foot), linebacker Lance Briggs (ankle), wide receivers Devin Hester (concussion) and Alshon Jeffery (knee), guard Chris Spencer (knee) and tight end Kellen Davis (unknown...
With rumors of various drug use in the NFL swirling once again, there’s a new discussion around the league: Viagra and ExtenZe, two supplements that are used by those with erectile dysfunction.
Why, you ask? Well, according to Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall, players have gone to the extent to use Viagra to put out a better product not just with their spouse, but also...
Bears linebacker Lance Briggs and running back Matt Forte both say they will play this week against the Seahawks. Right now, it appears all but three players will be healthy come Sunday.
Last week, Chicago wideout Brandon Marshall became the first Bears pass catcher to eclipse the 1,000-yard receiving mark since 2002. Yet he says his goals go beyond just catches and yards.
Jared Allen said he was just trying to make a play to help a teammate when he laid a blindside block on Chicago guard Lance Louis that ended the Bear’s career. Allen discussed the hit and $21,000 fine in-depth.
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Headline: Seahawks on the Road Again to Take on the Mighty Tough Bears in Week 13
The Seattle Seahawks head out on the road for the second week in a row Sunday to take on a Chicago Bears team that is battered and bruised but is still considered among the elite in the NFC. Seattle let one slip away last week and will now need a win against the uber-tough...
Getting fined for a tackle last Sunday is not fine with Brian Urlacher. The Chicago Bears linebacker will appeal an NFL fine resulting from a stop on Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson. Urlacher brought down Peterson near the sideline in the fourth quarter with a horse-collar tackle that drew a 15-yard penalty in the Bears' 28-10 win. "Oh yes, for sure, appealing...