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After undergoing surgery to stabilize a vertebra in his back as a result of a violent collision in a December regular season game against the Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears WR Johnny Knox is hoping to return to the field in 2012. On Monday, it was reported that Knox will likely start the season on the Physically Unable to Perform list for the Bears.
The Chicago Bears have need help at the wide receiver position for several seasons and finally made a move in order to acquire a legitimate number one receiver. Chicago reunited QB Jay Cutler with one of his favorite targets, WR Brandon Marshall. The duo played together with the Denver Broncos. Marshall was acquired via trade with the Miami Dolphins at the very start of the 2012 free agency period last week. The addition of Marshall to the Bears offense will boost Knox’s on field production.
Despite a report from the Chicago Tribune which claimed Knox would not play in 2012, the receiver’s agent Tweeted on Monday, “We are six months...
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Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune reported exclusively today that Chicago Bears wide receiver Johnny Knox is going to start the season on the physically unable to perform list (PUP list). That means Knox will miss at a minimum the first six games of the season.
Further pushing back Knox's chances for missing the season is the revelation that his injury is a bit worse than...
According to Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune, Bears wide receiver Johnny Knox will likely begin the 2012 season on the physically unable to perform list (PUP) after suffering a spinal fusion injury during the 2011 season.
There’s a good chance that Knox may not be able to play in 2012, but if he begins the season on the PUP list, he’ll at least have a chance to play.
Matt Forte, courtesy GraphicsHunt
The Matt Forte and Chicago Bears drama has moved to the next act.
Forte took a one-year deal last season, knowing an injury could seriously hurt his pay in the offseason. When it happened, the Bears would have been foolish not to franchise him—he was perfect for his role in that offense, but they did not know if he would be the same back.
GOTTA BE THE SHOES
Chicago Bears’ wide receiver/punt return specialist, Devin Hester, recently released photos from his twitter account of his Jordan shoe collection and it is one of the craziest collections I have ever seen. Hester wears No. 23 on the field and it seems that his love affair with the Jordan brand doesn’t stop on the field, dude rocks J’s and a lot of them. Sneakerheads around...
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Bears president and CEO Ted Phillips told a Chicago newspaper that the team has made a strong offer to the running back and added that the Bears "are still hopeful he accepts it."
Take a look at Devin Hester’s collection of just Michael Jordan brand shoes. The amount of Jordan shoes he has insane.
It might blow your mind. Hester shared the photos with the Twitter world yesterday afternoon.
He claims that he has worn each pair once. Which is astonishing to me.
More pictures of his Jordan shoe collection can be seen here.
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