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The two week tenure of Andre Gurode is up. On Tuesday the Bears released Gurode who has played catcher and guard. A former pro-bowl player years ago with the Dallas Cowboys, Gurode signed with the Chicago Bears two weeks ago.
Gurode was to provide depth for a ineffective and injury riddled offensive line but he never appeared in a game. Many have suggested that Gurode simply does not have what it takes anymore. At 33 years of age its possible that Gurode is done.
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After a disheartening 21-14 loss to the Minnesota Vikings in Minneapolis Sunday, the Chicago Bears, losers of 4 of their last 5 games, obviously have just too many gaping holes in their supposedly revamped roster. Other than 101 catch, 1,342 yard, 9 touchdown-grabbing No. 1 wide out Brandon Marshall, the receiving corps surrounding him, particularly Devin Hester, is once again...
Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall says he has never disliked a team as much as the Packers.
Although he says he wouldn't use the word ''hate,'' he has ''never felt this strong in sports'' about another team or group of opposing players.
During his weekly session with reporters on Wednesday, Marshall called this weekend's home game against...
Rick Telander of the Chicago Sun-Times writes that there’s an “outside chance” that Lovie Smith could be fired following the team’s “late-season meltdown.”
Telander adds that such a move would cost the Bears $5 million, but the fact that Chicago has dropped four of their last five games since starting off 7 and 1, makes it seem like an actual possibility.
Almost all Chicago Bears press conferences completely suck. That’s because their PR (police resistance) forces their players and coaches to say little to nothing. This one however, is the exception. Star wide receiver Brandon Marshall brought the Charlie Brown Christmas tree, complete with theme music to this press conference.
He also fired a lot of shots at the Green Bay Packers...
Every year a football team loses a valuable player/leader during the regular season. This has happened to the Bears two years in a row. In 2011, the Bears lost their starting quarterback, Jay Cutler, to a season ending injury. This season, the Bears have lost their starting middle linebacker, Brian Urlacher, possibly for the reminder of the regular season. Neither Jay Cutler or...
After Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler took what was
deemed an illegal hit to the head which forced him out of Sunday’s contest
against the Minnesota Vikings, it was unclear what his status would be for the
remainder of the season. However, during his regular radio show yesterday
Cutler said he “should be ready to go later in the week” and expects to suit up
Fantasy Football News - After week 14′s game, Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould said he was just fine and would be good to go in week 15. Apparently the Bears felt otherwise and sent Gould to the injured reserve and promptly signed former long-time Dolphin, Olindo Mare.
FFLockerRoom Take - The Bears kickers have always done relatively well for fantasy but I wouldn’t trust Olindo...
The Chicago Bears have re-signed defensive tackle Amobi Okoye, who was waived two weeks ago.
GREEN BAY, Wis. The war of words between the Packers and Bears leading into their Sunday matchup continues to escalate.
One day after Green Bay tight end Jermichael Finley said that Chicago linebacker Brian Urlacher is "playing a little slow" and that the Bears aren't "losing too much" if the 13-year veteran is not on the field, Urlacher's teammates...
An apparent calf injury will sideline Robbie Gould for the remaining 3 weeks of the regular season, and possibly into the playoffs.
The Chicago Bears will be without former Pro Bowl kicker Robbie Gould for at least the remainder of the regular season. Gould would also likely miss the playoffs should the Bears make an appearance.
After pulling up lame with an apparent calf injury...
The last time Clay Matthews faced Chicago, he dropped Jay Cutler for 3.5 sacks. Rather than rush back from his hamstring injury, Matthews and the training staff kept the "big picture" in mind during his four-game absence. The "big picture" also is in play with Charles Woodson.
Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs unloaded on the Packers a day after teammate Brandon Marshall did the same thing, saying he's no fan of Green Bay and that Jermichael Finley is ''an idiot.''
The league's oldest rivals meet Sunday and they've been talking plenty of trash.
Marshall went off on Wednesday, saying he's never disliked a team as much...
Yep, it's happened.
The fine folks in Phoenix are ready to go against the environmental grain and break out the paper sack mask for Arizona Cardinal home football games.
In fact, there is a Craig's List advertisement touting the paper sack perk the Dec. 23, 2012 home game against the Chicago Bears.
According to the add, a lucky Cardinal fan (s) can purchase four...
Idiot Noun A stupid person. A mentally handicapped person. This has become a term this week being used by NFL players. The most recent occurence happened in the lead up to this weekends clash between division rivals, the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers. Jermichael Finley made some odd comment about how the Bears [...]
Look at that picture. What a goofy picture. What an odd set up. Why is this even happening right now. What kind of hole was ripped in the space-time continuum that allowed those two wandering NFL souls to meet and have this interaction. It's blowing my mind right now. I need to know what is going on, AND WHY, and that's why I need you all to join me in a Caption Contest....