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The Bears today informed cornerback DJ Moore that he will not be pursued in free agency to return to Chicago for the 2013 season. Moore was a fourth round draft pick in 2009 NFL draft and developed into an extremely good play maker during his time in Chicago.
He developed into the starting nickel back and was seen as a key young component of the Bears defense moving forward. No player made a better impact in the secondary on a per snap basis that D.J. Moore did during the 2011 season. Moore however found his way to the bench, not for his play rather for his outspoken nature as a player.
After the week two game against the Packers Moore publicly and candidly spoke out against Jay Cutler for the shoving incident involving teammate J'Marcus Webb.
Said Moore shortly after the Cutler berating of Webb "Is it unfair to criticize Jay right now? Shoot, it's unfair for him to be like that toward J'Marcus," Moore said. "In every game in every spor...
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Chicago Bears quarterback Kay Cutler and fiancé Kristin Cavallari are planning their wedding, but the date is under wraps.
The couple registered at Williams-Sonoma. The registry lists Saturday, July 13 as the wedding day, but that’s a fake play.
“I knew the registry would get out so why would I put the actual date?” Cavallari told Eonline.com.
The Bears informed nickel back D.J. Moore that he is no longer in the team's plans, Moore told the Tribune Tuesday night.
Such a move was expected with Moore set to become a free agent March 12 after he lost his job to Kelvin Hayden last season.
The former fourth round pick from Vanderbilt recently expressed a desire to play safety if it would help him become a full-time...
According to Sean Jenkins of the Chicago Sun Times, Marc Trestman will be looking to add some weapons around Jay Cutler, and a versatile tight end that can line up inline or split out is one option he’s exploring.
Tennessee’s Jared Cook will be a free agent March 12, and his athletic ability is a component that many teams are going to want. With the increasing role of the multiple...
According to Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times, the Bears are expected to show a lot of interest in Titans’ tight end Jared Cook when he becomes a free agent next week. Now that the Bears will be running an entirely new offense next season under new head coach Marc Trestman, it looks like they may once again go back to featuring a tight end like they did before they hired Mike...
It was reported late last night that Bears cornerback D.J. Moore will not be returning to the Windy City. With Kelvin Hayden also a free agent, where should the Bears look for a third corner?
BY DOYLE HORWART ON MARCH 5, 2013
I want to preface my next statement by saying that I am not a Tom Brady fan. I have never been a Tom Brady fan. I will never be a Tom Brady fan. Period.
With that being said I respect the hell out of him. Not always for what he has accomplished on the field but for his latest contract extension. Brady doesn’t need the money anymore and after...
The Chicago Bears are in desperate need of a pass-catching tight end, preferably a young one. We break down the early round tight end prospects in this year’s draft that could end up in the Windy City.
After Steve McMichael was finished with his college, Chicago Bears and NFL careers, he spent four years as a professional wrestler. On the day of his enshrinement into the college football hall of fame, I had the opportunity to interview him. (And it was a pleasant surprise that the media availability hour happened to overlap with cocktail hour of the enshrinement reception)
Here we go again with round two of Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari’s wedding registry. Back in 2011, BC bought the lovely couple a lemon reamer. It was eventually shipped back after the wedding was called off. Cuts and Cavs are back with a July 13 wedding date and $14,500 in wedding registry wants.
There’s the Crate & Barrel registry featuring a $39.95 Shindig Tray. On...
Terron Armstead is rising up draft boards due to his outstanding performance at the NFL Scouting Combine. We break down his film to see if he’s a good fit for the Chicago Bears.