Posted August 31, 2012 on
The Chicago Bears are in the process of signing DT Amobi Okoye, who was cut by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers due to a knee scope that has kept him out of the preseason.
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Two days ago Jerod wrote his six bold predictions for this year’s NFL season. In that article he predicted the Chicago Bears’ offense would lead the Bears to a NFC North title.
Jerod brought up two very good points that people, specifically arrogant Packers fans, have seemed to forget about the Bears that I would like to expound on.
Point #1: The Bears’ Underrated Offense...
In Madden 13, the road uniforms of the Chicago Bears are white jerseys and orange pants, a combination not believed to have been ever used by the team.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Dane Sanzenbacher appears to have overcome the odds to make the final 53-man roster for the second consecutive season. Prior to the start of training camp it appeared Sanzenbacher was a long shot to make the roster as the final wide receiver.
During the offseason the Bears signed wide receiver Devin Thomas for his special teams abilities. Thomas...
The cuts keep coming from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and some surprising moves have been made.
According to multiple reports, the Bucs have released defensive tackle Amobe Okoye, safety Cody Grimm, and safety Keith Tandy, who was a 2012 sixth-round draft pick out of West Virginia.
Okoye signed a one-year deal with Tampa Bay this offseason but knee issues limited him in minicamps and...
The Buccaneers have begun the final process of getting down to the 53 man roster. The deadline to reach that number will be 9 p.m. Friday evening. This post will be updated until all have been confirmed.
(Confirmed on 8/30)
RB Mosis Madu
RB Robert Hughes
DT Frank Okam
S Larry Asante
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A lucrative five-year, $47.5 million contract was just one of the reasons Carl Nicks found the Tampa Bay Buccaneers attractive in free agency.
The All-Pro left guard spent the past four seasons in New Orleans as a key blocker for Drew Brees on the Saints' record-setting offense. He believes his new team also has the talent to put up impressive numbers, climb out of the NFC South...
Not since the mid 80's have football spirits been this high in the Windy City.Bears fans everywhere are finally excited about the possibility of fielding one of the most dynamic offensive groups in the NFC.Since acquiring franchise quarterback Jay Cutler in a 2009 blockbuster trade with the Denver Broncos, the Bears have not had the necessary wideout weapons to complement their...