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After injuring his knee late last season, Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher hasn’t looked the same this season.“Scouts say Urlacher’s elite instincts are as strong as ever and are serving him well as he deals with physical limitations, but the 13th-year veteran has acknowledged that his knee does not feel right and it has shown in his play,” wrote Dan Parr of ProFootballWeekly.com.With Urlacher being a free agent after this season, I wouldn’t be surprised if he ends up retiring.
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Chicago bears linebacker Brian Urlacher was on with ESPN Chicago’s Waddle and Silvy (via SportsRadioInterviews.com) and was asked how his knee has felt so far this season.“I’m getting better. Every week I’m getting better and better and getting more in shape,” said Urlacher. “Just making plays and I’m still taking a lot of false steps and doings thing I normally don’t...
According to Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times, the Bears have terminated the contract of former first round pick Chris Williams.Williams was the 14th overall pick in the 2008 draft. He was supposed to come in and help strengthen a weak offensive line that’s still bad to this day..The Bears filled Williams’ roster spot by re-signing cornerback Zack Bowman.
With Evan Rodriguez having been slowed by injuries to this point in the season, the Chicago Bears have lined up tight end Kyle Adams in the backfield on occasion. Chicago recently signed tight end Brody Eldridge, who said he would "love" to play fullback for the Bears. The 6-5, 265-pound Eldridge hasn't played fullback since his college days at Oklahoma, but he thinks...
The Chicago Bears today waived RB Kahlil Bell and signed TE Brody Eldridge.
The recent injury to Chicago Bears rookie wide receiver Alshon Jeffery has sparked a flurry of speculations regarding the team’s possible interest in veteran free agent wide receiver Plaxico Burress. While most of these speculations were spurred on by comments made by Burress himself, the prospect of Plaxico joining the Bears is an intriguing one nonetheless.
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After the bye-week the Bears sit alone in first place at 4-1 a half game up on the Minnesota Vikings. The Bears have three winnable games ahead before they get into the toughest part of their schedule. From week 10 to the end of the season the only team on the schedule without a winning record is the Detroit Lions.
The Bears needs to beat Detroit at home and then win their next...
The Chicago Bears have terminated offensive lineman Chris Williams' contract, ending a disappointing run for the former first-round draft pick.
Williams never lived up to his billing after being taken out of Vanderbilt with the 14th overall pick in 2008. He started 20 games at left guard, 11 at right tackle and seven at left tackle but never could settle into a position thanks...
Here are the Week Seven Bears power rankings from various sites around the web:
ESPN: #6 (Last week: #6)
Analysis, "They outscored opponents 98-27 in three games prior to bye. Look out, Lions."
CBS Sports: #3 (Last week: #6)
Analysis, "They have to come out of the bye feeling good about where they are -- atop the division."
Fox Sports: #4 (Last week: #4)...
While the Chicago Bears appreciate their place atop the NFC North standings, they know they won't enjoy the view for long unless some big changes occur on offense.
The Bears (4-1) had a bye over the weekend and took over the division lead because of Minnesota's 38-26 loss to the Washington Redskins.
''It's not bad - without playing, that's not bad,'...
Tight end Brody Eldridge signed with the Chicago Bears. The third-year player was assigned to the St. Louis Rams on waivers from the Indianapolis Colts in May, but was suspended for the first four games of the 2012 regular season for violating the NFL's policy on performance enhancing substances. His suspension ended Sept. 30. The Rams released Eldridge as part of their...
The Bears signed tight end Brody Eldridge today, which likely means the club isn’t confident that Evan Rodriguez will be returning from his knee injury any time soon.
In the first of our five-part series, we use All 22 film to break down Chicago’s 10th-ranked rushing attack. Our first play is an off-tackle run that features a great kick-out block by Roberto Garza.