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Brian Urlacher played for the Chicago Bears since 2000, and is a team leader in most of the relevant defensive stats.He was the backbone of the Chicago defense for years, and now he is no more.If Urlacher decides to play for another team, I am sure he will find one willing to give him a chance.To make a complicated story simple, Urlacher felt he did not want to play for the Bears for the amount of money they offered him.I believe he was low-balled a bit, however I am sure Urlacher wasn't taking into account his age and injuries. The Bears had a big change after last season, starting with firing head coach Lovie Smith. They also got rid of a slew of personnel changes from staff to coaches to aides.Urlacher will definitely be missed, and the Bears have already found a bargain to replace him. They signed former Denver middle linebacker, DJ Williams, for less money than they offered Urlacher, and although Williams is coming off a pair of suspensions, he is certainly an able and good...
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The odds that Terrell Owens will get another shot in the NFL get slimmer by the year.
With each new draft class of youngsters that come in with solid hands and speed to burn, Owens looks less and less like a viable option.
His ability as one of the league’s greatest pure route runners is over-shadowed by past incidents which have caught up with him.
Take all of that and factor...
Terrell Owens has some history with Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman, he was Owen's offensive coordinator in 1996 with the San Francisco 49ers.
Owens, still looking to catch on with a team,feels he can be productive in Chicago and expressed interest in teaming up with Brandon Marshall.
"To think about Brandon Marshall on the other side and me on one side, that'...
1. Inside Linebacker: With Urlacher gone, Chicago needs someone else to man middle linebacker position. They will probably take one with their first or second round pick. Alec Ogletree looks like he might be there for them with the 20th overall pick.
2. Offensive Tackle: Despite being a major need, Chicago probably won't address this until the later rounds. This is because...
With limited picks (five total) in this week’s NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears will try to add a potential contributor and some depth at positions such as linebacker, cornerback, and offensive line. Barring a trade, a premium will be placed on General Manager Phil Emery’s scouting staff to target the right mix of players to fit new coach Marc Trestman’s [...]
Terrell Owens continues to seek out another opportunity to
play in the NFL, and his latest bid is to join the Chicago Bears. Owens has a
distant tie to new Bears head coach Marc Trestman that he’s hoping could work
its way into a contract, according to CSN Chicago.
"I played my first early years in San Francisco with
and shortly after that, he left to do some things...
When Terrell Owens talks, people listen. Maybe it is because he is a little on the self-absorbed side and tends to say the wrong thing a lot. Maybe it is because he is learning and actually speaks with wisdom sometimes. Or maybe it is because the man is still an incredible athlete and will go down as one of the greatest wide receivers whether he plays the game again or not.
LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) — The Chicago Bears agreed to a three-year contract with kicker Austin Signor on Friday., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/bears-agree-to-3year-deal-with-k-signor-yahoo-sports
In the sixth installment of our Chicago Bears Voluntary Minicamp video series, we bring you the defensive linemen bag drills, orchestrated by D-line coach Mike Phair.
The Chicago Bears wrapped up their three day mini-camp on Thursday with their final practice and one of the lessons learned was a sneak peek at the new rushing attack being implemented. New offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer is in charge of design and coordination of the running game, and he's bringing in a new zone-blocking scheme that runs both inside and outside zone blocking...
In the eighth installment of our Chicago Bears voluntary minicamp video series, we focus on second-year safety Brandon Hardin.
Big moves are in the books. Now, options are on the table.
The Chicago Bears hold the 20th pick in the NFL draft, and there are a number of ways they can go.
That's because they already addressed their most immediate needs. Besides hiring coach Marc Trestman to replace Lovie Smith, they signed Jermon Bushrod and Martellus Bennett. That gave them the top-tier left tackle and...
It seems like such a simple question, but no one can provide a definitive answer.
In free agency, the Bears did quite a bit in terms of addressing some of their most glaring needs. The offensive tackle, tight end, and linebacker positions were all upgraded.
But with the NFL Draft less than a week away, predictions are still all over the board for who the Bears may take with the 20th...
In the fifth installment of our video series, we look at the Chicago Bears' new zone-blocking run system being installed by offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer.