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Bears TE Kyle Adams was placed on injured reserve this week due to a hamstring injury, opening the door for Andre Smith, who was elevated from the practice squad to the 53-man roster.
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Ndamukong Suh is supposedly trying to curb his aggressive style of play, but if you ask Jay Cutler, Suh's playing the same as he ever was.
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First-round draft pick Gabe Carimi is the second Chicago Bears offensive lineman placed on injured reserve in less than a week.
Carimi, the team's starting right tackle, has been out since the second game of the season with a dislocated right knee. Carimi returned briefly to practice, but suffered a setback and underwent an arthroscopic procedure Nov. 11.
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The Chicago Bears offensive line steadily has improved this season, but the unit will not get rookie Gabe Carimi back any time soon as the team announced Carimi will under knee surgery Friday.
Bennett and Knox would see more action if receiver/returner can't playDevin Hester was held out of practice again Friday because of his sprained left ankle and the wide receiver/returner is questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions at Soldier Field.
Chicago Bears Wide receiver Devin Hester continues to receive treatment on his injured ankle, and could miss Sunday’s huge NFC North matchup with the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field. Hester was last sidelined in the 2009 season, when a calf injury sidelined him for three games. Hester injured his left ankle in the fourth quarter of Monday night’s game with [...]
One of the stars of the 1985 Chicago Bears has had his Super Bowl XX ring stolen. Willie Gault, who played wide receiver for the Bears from 1983 to 1987 and for the Raiders from 1988 to 1993, had his Super Bowl ring stolen from his home in a burglary, law enforcement sources told TMZ.…
This is what you call a feeding frenzy. The Bears have all types of confidence and momentum. They look like they stand 10 feet tall and are running 4.2 40-yard dashes.
The Lions keep punting to Devin Hester and he keeps running for glory. The Bears moved Julius Peppers inside and he had Matthew
Yesterday we discussed the keys to defending the spread offense. Today we will discuss adjustments made which could be a sign of DC evolving to combat the instillation of the spread offense schematics into today’s NFL. Also, we'll recap some of the Giants news leading up to SF on Sunday.
Lovie Smith, much like Perry Fewell, is well known as a disciple of the Tampa 2...
SEAN JENSEN: In a must-win game, the Bears dominated the Lions 37-13 at Soldier Field and matched the NFC North rival with a 6-3 record. The Lions are technically in second place, behind the undefeated Green Bay Packers, because they have a 2-1 division record, while the Bears are 2-2.
You knew this was coming. This is Chicago and Detroit and all the frustrations of a bad day came out.
It started when Nick Fairley drilled Bears quarterback Jay Cutler in the end zone and continued when Lance Briggs smacked Calvin Johnson high.
And the final blow came when when Lions
The magic word for today, ladies and gentlemen, was bad. The Lions played bad football and played with bad intentions during an embarrassing 37-13 loss Sunday to the Chicago Bears. Now comes more bad news.
The Lions and Bears are tied now, and you did not want that to happen. And the nation will