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Pro Bowl linebacker Brian Urlacher was listed as probable and cornerback Charles Tillman questionable by the Chicago Bears for Thursday's game at Green Bay.
Urlacher missed nearly all of training camp and the preseason with a left knee injury that required surgery. He started the season-opening win over Indianapolis and got pulled once the game was in hand for the Bears.
Tillman limped off the field with a shin injury early in the game. He came back for a defensive series and sat out the rest of the opener.
Tight end Kyle Adams also was listed as questionable because of a shoulder injury.
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Jay Cutler wasn't happy, and he made sure everybody around him knew about it.
Cutler threw four interceptions and was sacked seven times in the Chicago Bears' 23-10 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Thursday night. As frustration mounted, Cutler vented with emphatic gestures throughout the game, saying afterward it was simply a sign of his desire to win....
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Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers
The Bears and Packers have a storied rivalry and it is heating back up with two playoff-caliber teams facing off tonight. Jay Cutler sort of dissed the Packers defense by saying this:
"We've got some dudes that, if you're going to get up in their face, even our speed guys are going to get around them, and our big...
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The NFL Network begins its expanded 13-game schedule of game telecasts tomorrow night with the Chicago Bears at the Green Bay Packers. Coverage begins at 6:00p.m. ET with Thursday Night Kick-off hosted by Rich Eisen on-site in Green Bay. He’ll be joined by Marshall Faulk, Deion Sanders and Michael Irvin, Steve Mariucci and reporter Stacey Dales. From NFL Network P.R.,
Football on Thursday nights will be a regular occurrence this season, with this week’s matchup featuring a classic rivalry.
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Aaron Rodgers will be looking to get the Packers first win of the...
If the 185th installment of the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears works out like it usually does, it should be a great game for NFL Network to kick off their 2012 Thursday Night Football extravaganza.
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With Week 1 of the 2012 NFL season in the books, Chicago Bears fans have to be amongst the happiest in the nation.All of the preseason hype surrounding the reunited pass catching combo of Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall did not disappoint. Hooking up for 119 yards and a touchdown in their first regular season game together since their Denver days in 2008, the dynamic duo ultimately...
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Fresh from a resounding opening day victory over hapless Indianapolis, the Chicago Bears take a step up in class when they journey north to face the arch-rival Green Bay Packers Thursday night at Lambeau Field. Certainly, a win over the 0-1 Packers would validate the Bears as legitimate NFC North contenders and put Green Bay in an 0-2 hole. Chicago [...]