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According to ChicagoBears.com, rookie right tackle Gabe Carimi underwent successful knee surgery to repair connective tissue around his patella and medial collateral ligament. Carimi injured his knee back in week 2 against the Saints. He’s expected to be ready to go before the Bears open training camp next season. Bears offensive line coach Mike Tice [...]
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According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, the Bears have placed both quarterback Jay Cutler and running back Matt Forte on season ending injured reserve. It makes sense to put Forte and Cutler on IR since the Bears will miss out on the playoffs this season and they’ll clearly not play in the final [...]
ChicagoBears.com senior writer Larry Mayer speaks with general manager Jerry Angelo about the most pressing issues involving the Bears every week during the season.
The Chicago Bears have placed quarterback Jay Cutler and running back Matt Forte on injured reserve, meaning they will miss the season finale at Minnesota this week.
Bears coach Lovie Smith was in no mood to discuss Mike Martz's job status, snapping at an inquiry about his offensive coordinator.
Although Charles Tillman has enjoyed several productive seasons since joining the Bears in 2003 as a second-round pick, the veteran cornerback has finally been selected to his first Pro Bowl.
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Lovie Smith snapped at a reporter who asked about Mike Martz's future. (Chicago Tribune)
Six Bears, including Jay Cutler, Devin Hester...
Roy Williams figures the Chicago Bears are in for some changes. He hopes he's part of their plan.
The Chicago Bears placed Jay Cutler and Matt Forte on injured reserve on Tuesday.
The broken thumb that helped sink the Bears’ season is healed, but Jay Cutler is still likely done for 2011. Cutler will have the pins removed from his thumb on Tuesday, but Lovie Smith didn’t sound like he was going to have his quarterback in the lineup against the Vikings. Brad Biggs of the Chicago…
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Tight end Matt Spaeth is looking forward to returning home. But the Minnesota native is even more eager to try to help the Bears snap their losing streak.
The Bears will have to keep Minnesota's run defense honest this week by taking some chances down the field.
A look at four keys for the Bears to beat the Minnesota Vikings.
1. Take chances in the passing game
Although Kahlil Bell rushed for 121 yards last week against the Packers and the Bears racked up 199 net rushing yards, Mike Martz can’t forget about the pass this week...