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The report that the Bears might consider signing Donovan McNabb doesn’t sound like a great idea to one of the Bears’ starting receivers. Devin Hester said on Mike and Mike in the Morning that he doesn’t think there’s any way McNabb could show up in Chicago this week and get up to speed fast enough…
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The Bears could take a look at virtually every available quarterback after Caleb Hanie led Chicago's offense to three points in a loss to the Chiefs on Sunday. Whether signing a new quarterback, even a six-time Pro Bowler and four-time NFC Champion, would make much of a difference is another matter. Count wide receiver/kick returner Devin Hester among those who don't think...
The Chicago Bears will engage in "conversations" about the possibility of bringing in quarterback Donovan McNabb, according to sources close to the situation.The Bears are in the market for some QB help following a dismal effort by Caleb Hanie in Sunday's 10-3 loss to the visiting Kansas City Chiefs. Hanie threw for just 133 yards with zero touchdowns and three interceptions...
Veteran quarterback Donovan McNabb and the Minnesota Vikings parted ways on Dec. 1 after McNabb asked the club to release him. The 35-year-old now has the chance to sign on with any club for the remainder of the season. Vikings’ head coach Leslie Frazier said releasing the 13-year NFL veteran was the best move for both parties.
McNabb was traded...
CHICAGO | The Chiefs planned so much to stop Chicago return specialist Devin Hester that they began the process before the previous week's game.
Devin Hester doesn't have anything against Donovan McNabb, but he doesn't believe signing the veteran quarterback off the street would increase the Bears' chances of winning football games.
The Tim Tebow show comes to town, Donovan McNabb is released, Adrian Peterson is out and Percy Harvin missed practice with what could (or could not) be another migraine.
When Donovan McNabb was available on waivers last week, the Bears decided they didn’t want him, and would stick with Caleb Hanie as their quarterback. But Hanie’s horrible game today may have changed that. Although as of this morning Jay Glazer of FOX was reporting that the Bears had no interest in McNabb, after Hanie’s…
Donovan McNabb was hoping to catch on with another team, but Len Pasquarelli reports on the level of interest in him around the league. Plus, get other insights across the NFL.
The Bears know they need to get better play from their quarterback position. But they're not going to send a limo into Chicago to pick up Donovan McNabb or a private jet to Mississippi for Brett Favre.