Found August 04, 2012 on
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Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall spoke at the eighth annual Comcast Family Fest at Solider Field on Friday night and had a secret to tell the 27,352 fans that attended the event.
“This is just between us, so keep it here,” Marshall Said.
Bears head coach Lovie Smith didn’t mind Marshall’s prediction.
“It would be hard to tell guys, ‘hey, let’s try to win eight games,’ ‘let’s try to win the division,’” Smith said. “[Super Bowl] is the ultimate goal, what everybody in the locker room is trying to achieve. No problem with that at all.”
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Team leader/MLB Brian Urlacher has made a bit of news here and there thanks to his relationship with actress/model Jenny McCarthy.
What has flown quietly passed most is that Urlacher is still dealing with problems after he sprained ligaments in his left knee during the last week of the 2011 regular season.
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With the 2011/2012 season ending in such a disappointment, the Bears are looking to make the 2012/2013 season their season. Injuries butchered them last season, so the Bears went out and shopped around to prevent the same thing to happen again this year. Will the moves they made take them to the Super Bowl? I don’t think so, but I do have them taking the NFC North. Yes...
Today, Chicago Bears wide receiver Devin Thomas has decided to retire from football (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)
Thomas announced via Twitter Sunday that he was retiring from football and the Bears confirmed the news a little bit later. Thomas explained to his followers why he was choosing to walk away from the game.
God has blessed me w achieving a childhood dream. I want to give back...
Chicago Bears wide receiver Devin Thomas has retired.
Thomas left the Chicago Bears on Sunday and later announced his retirement. The former Washington Redskins and New York Giants player offered no immediate explanation, saying on Twitter, ''I have decided to retire from the NFL.''
Thomas was trying to make the squad as a reserve receiver and special teams player...
According to the Chicago Tribune, the Bears are expected to use running back Michael Bush at the goal line.Fantasy Spin:Bush doesn't have breakaway speed but he can move the pile with his 245-pound frame. He'll have fantasy value if he can hold onto the goal line job, though Matt Forte figures to see the majority of the touches elsewhere. Bush is an essential handcuff, and...
Practicing before more than 27,000 fans at Soldier Field, the Chicago Bears showed off their revitalized passing game Friday night before an enthusiastic ”Family Night” crowd. Quarterback Jay Cutler fired several passes to wide receiver Brandon Marshall in 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 drills. Marshall, enjoying a strong camp after being acquired from Miami, looks forward to the support...
Bears offensive tackle James Brown is moving up Chicago’s depth chart, recently working with the second team at training camp. Bear Report goes 1-on-1 with the undrafted rookie from Troy.
Chicago Bears Family Night, held at Soldier Field, was an opportunity for most fans to get their first look at a team most believe is championship caliber. It’s safe to say, no one left disappointed.
The ninth Chicago Bears training camp session featured a thinned-out wide receiver corps and live drills. We break down all the action from the practice fields of Olivet Nazarene University.
Bears wide receiver Devin Thomas, a former Michigan State star, retired from football today at the age of 25.
"I have decided to retire from the NFL," Thomas posted on his Twitter.
Devin Thomas holds the MSU record for all-purpose yards in a season with 2,590. (State News Photo)
"God has blessed me w achieving a childhood dream. I want to give back to my hometown...