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Today wraps up our Chicago Bears 2013 season outlook, as we take a look at the secondary situation. Not much has changed with the defensive backs since last season, and they should be in line to give quarterbacks headaches once again. Pro Bowl cornerbacks Tim Jennings and Charles Tillman will once again be on the outside with Chris Conte and Major Wright manning the safety spots.
As touched on before, Jennings and Tillman had exceptional seasons in 2012. Jennings led the NFL in interceptions with nine, whereas Tillman was the league leader in forced fumbles with ten. Often referred to as “Fight and Flight” in 2012, Tillman and Jennings were prime time play-makers last year. One or the other was seemingly always around the ball forcing turnovers. They were clearly the best tandem in the league at the cornerback position, and they will look to continue their dominance this year.
However, it won’t be easy to reproduce what they did in 2012. Jennings’ season was b...
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The performance of Bears defensive tackle Sedrick Ellis, a former first-round draft pick signed by the team the week before veteran minicamp, will be crucial in molding Chicago’s 2013 defensive line.
New Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman will kick off the team’s annual training camp on July 26 at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais. The Bears finally released the camp schedule today, just weeks before it begins. The 2013 season marks the 12th consecutive year the team has worked out at ONU. The site, approximately 60 miles south of Chicago, [...]
The Chicago Bears have announced the 2013 training camp practice schedule and fan activities.
With SCOTUS striking down DOMA yesterday, it’s one of the best times ever for Gay Pride in America. And coincidentally the Gay Pride Parade is coming up this weekend. I actually hate parades, and big crowds for that matter, but I’ve attended the Gay Pride parade at least 4 or 5 times in my life. the Chicago Fire soccer club will be a huge part of the parade this year.
We bring you a full two-minute drill between the Chicago Bears first-team offense and first-team defense from veteran minicamp.
There are a number of reasons to believe that Brandon Marshall, who set multiple Bears franchise receiving records last year, won’t need to again post eye-popping numbers in 2013.