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Former Chicago Bears defensive tackle Anthony "Spice" Adams shows us how NFL Free Agents spend their free time.
Adams was released from the Bears in February but has no hard feelings toward the team.
“Thank You Chicago!! Thank you to all of the coaches, all of the players, all of the former greats, and to all of the die hard fans,” Adams wrote via Twitter. “Special Thank You to Richard Dent for allowing me to wear #95! I did not feel comfortable wearing it, but you were so cool about it! You all have been phenomenal to my family and my growth! Chicago will always have a place in my heart. It is the city that loved me for 5 yrs! It is the city where I witnessed the births of my 3 children! It is the city where I won my first division championship! It is the city of great food and even greater people! I have never witnessed so many fans who love the players the way you do – win or lose. It has been a honor to play for you! My family and I will forever cherish all of the re...
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Life is like a roller coaster, experiencing the ups and downs until eventually you get off the ride, but for quarterback Jay Cutler of the Chicago Bears his roller coaster has loops and corkscrews. Coming off a broken thumb that ended his season early in 2012, Jay Cutler must again put the naysayers to rest. [...]
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Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher plans to be on the field for the team's season opener, but told a reporter that his wonky knee will never be the same.
Chicago Bears LB Brian Urlacher insist that he’ll be on the field when the team opens it season against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Ulacher stated, “I’m playing, that’s a done deal” He also said that his left knee will “never be the same again”. The 12-year All-Pro sprained his MCL during the Bears season finale against the Minnesota Vikings last season. He...
Expectations are as high as they’ve ever been in Chicago as we inch closer to Sunday. The Bears will open up against the Indianapolis Colts in a very winnable game, but one they shouldn’t overlook with a Week 2 trip to Green Bay on the back of their minds.
One reason expectations are through the roof is Chicago’s new receiving corps. Chicago has been known as a ground...
Defensive tackle Amobi Okoye lashed out at Tampa Bay coach Greg Schiano after the free agent’s signing was announced Monday by the Chicago Bears. Okoye took exception to Schiano saying Okoye, a six-year veteran, wasn’t progressing after arthroscopic knee surgery in June, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. Okoye wasn’t able to practice or play much during preseason. The Buccaneers...
The Chicago Bears brought back another familiar face when they re-signed defensive tackle Amobi Okoye Monday. To make room on the 53 man roster, the Bears parted ways with defensive tackle Brian Price, whom they had acquired during training camp from Tampa Bay for a 2013 seventh round pick. Okoye started 59 of 78 games played in five seasons with [...]
One month after the Chicago Bears traded for defensive tackle Brian Price, the team waived him Monday. Price, obtained from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in July for a 2013 seventh-round draft pick, failed to make an impression in preseason. The former second-round draft pick battled injuries and also endured his sister passing away during the offseason. The move cleared a roster...
The Chicago Bears are a tale of two sides. One side, the offense, despite losing both Jay Cutler and Matt Forte last season, are a young group with talent at the skill positions and a questionable offensive line. They will have many more seasons to progress to the point where they can keep up with NFC North powerhouses Green Bay and Detroit.
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I will believe it when I see it. Urlacher knees have been traveling to Odenville a lot, so I would be a little surprised to see him on field. Chicago Bears middle linebacker Brian Urlacher expects to start Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, despite reportedly having undergone multiple procedures on his left knee that forced [...]
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Here are the Week One Bears power rankings from various sites around the web:
ESPN: #9 (Last year: #17)
Analysis: "Offensive line questions remain, but Chicago's hope is that big WR Brandon Marshall is the cure what ails QB Jay Cutler."
NFL.com: #7 (Last year: #17)
Analysis: "For now, though, the Bears lag behind the Packers in the NFC North due to...
The Chicago Bears signed defensive tackle Amobi Okoye on a one-year contract Monday.
Okoye, the 10th overall selection by the Houston Texans in the 2007 draft, spent last season with Chicago and played in all 16 games, starting one. He posted 27 tackles and four sacks.
A five-year veteran, he signed a contract with Tampa Bay in the offseason, but was released by the team on Friday...
One of the biggest losses from the off-season for the Bears was when Amobi Okoye opted to leave Chicago via free agency for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Okoye's stint was short lived in Tampa following a knee scope that never allowed him to get on the field during the preseason. First year Bucs coach, Greg Schiano, was not happy with Okoye's inability to get on the field...
Comments on the Chicago Bears by the AP Pro32 panel (ranking in parentheses):
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Chris Berman (ESPN, 11) - Bears were rolling until offensive injuries.
Clifton Brown (Sporting News, 10) - Brian Urlacher's knee a concern, but additions of Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffrey give offense new-and-improved flair.
Cris Collinsworth (NBC Sports, 11) - Matt...