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We break down, in as much detail as possible, this morning’s Chicago Bears practice session, which included four interceptions, more plays from receiver Joe Anderson and much more.
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As part of our comprehensive draft guide I shared a piece on the importance of assessing a player’s team and offensive context when deciding on his relative value compared to other players at the position. Along that line of thinking, it is worth noting that six of our consensus top twelve running backs ranked as RB1s in twelve team leagues are operating in new offensive systems...
The Chicago Bears finished the 2012 NFL season with a 10-6 record but did not make the playoffs. As a result of this, Chicago parted ways with their long time head coach Lovie Smith.
The Bears signed Marc Trestman to be their new head coach, and Trestman comes into Chicago after a successful stint in the Canadian Football League as a head coach.
The Bears biggest offseason move was...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has a history of rocky relationships with his offensive coordinator, however, coach Marc Trestman is also the team’s offensive mastermind along with OC Aaron Kromer, so it will with the boss the QB will have to interact most with.
Cutler's is on his fifth coordinator in six years going back to his last season with the Denver Broncos.
For as long as they have been in existence, the Chicago Bears have been defined by defense. That proud tradition has been carried on in the past decade, when the head coach was defensive-minded Lovie Smith and the face of the franchise was middle linebacker Brian Urlacher. Both of those men were jettisoned this offseason, […]The post What is a realistic expectation for Jay Cutler...
Most of the news that's fit to print from week 2 of training camp:
Dallas 24 vs. Miami 20
It's actually football!!! I watched the first quarter, which is the only real important quarter for the HOF game. Romo didn't even play, but Ryan Tannehill played a spell. He didn't look very good, and he's the worst type of quarterback: slightly below-average, but not bad...
Veteran Chicago cornerback Kelvin Hayden will miss the entire season after tearing his left hamstring in practice.
Hayden suffered the injury at practice Saturday night at Soldier Field.
He'll need surgery and six to eight months of rehab. He'll be replaced by second-year player Isaiah Frey, a practice squad player last year. Frey is a 2012 sixth-round draft pick from Nevada...
Chicago Bears defensive tackle Henry Melton was one of many kids growing up who had aspirations of playing professional football.
“Since I was young, it was always my dream to play in the NFL,” Melton said in an interview with Bearsbacker.com in 2011. “My uncle, Ray Crockett played in the NFL and I grew up watching him.”
Melton was selected by the Bears in the fourth round...
Brad Biggs reports that Chicago Bears CB Kelvin Hayden suffered a torn hamstring during Wednesday’s practice and will be out for the entire 2013 season.
Hayden, 30, signed a one-year deal worth $905,000 back in March and was expected to provide some depth to the Bears secondary.
Last year for Chicago, Hayden tallied 37 tackles, five pass breakups, and a single interception...
Chicago Bears defensive back Kelvin Kayden will miss the 2013 season after suffering a torn hamstring the team announced on Wednesday.
Hayden's injury actually occurred on Saturday during the team's 'Family Night' practice at Soldier Field.
"Kelvin has worked so hard" safety Chris Conte said via the Bears official website. "He's been doing a great...
Key Chicago Bears defensive back Kelvin Hayden, counted on to serve as the Bears nickel back and be a core special teams player, will be lost for the season after his injured hamstring was diagnosed as torn. Surgery is imminent with a expected recovery time of between four-eight months. Hayden, who signed with the Bears prior to the 2012 season as [...]
With Kelvin Hayden done for the season due to a torn hamstring, the starting nickelback role for the Chicago Bears is Isaiah Frey’s to lose.
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By GENE CHAMBERLAIN Associated Press Matt Forte expects to be more than the last-resort receiver for quarterback Jay Cutler this season.
Though Chicago brought in an additional option in tight end Martellus Bennett, it's the veteran running back who may prove critical to the Bears' success. Forte always played a big role in the passing attack until...
We bring you individual pass-rush drills between offensive and defensive linemen at Chicago Bears training camp.
The Chicago Bears got healthier at the right time. With the first preaseason game coming up this Friday against the Carolina Panthers, the Bears want to keep improving on both sides of the ball.
With some key players battling injuries it would definitely hold back this team from making the most of their training camp and preseason experiences.
Starting left tackle Jermon Bushrod...