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Prior to free agency and the 2012 NFL Draft, head coach Lovie Smith and first year offensive coordinator Mike Tice staked their jobs on being confident in the offensive line they had in place and that tight end Kellen Davis had the ability to be one of the top tight ends in the NFL. A season later, new head coach Marc Trestman is ready to begin building an NFL quality offense but...
One day after the Chicago Bears terminated Johnny Knox's contract, the former wide receiver has decided to move on from football.
Just a day after his contract was terminated by the Chicago Bears, and a day after saying he still wants to play football, receiver Johnny Know took a good look in the mirror and came to the realization that he just isn't ready to play after more than 13 months of recovering from a devastating back injury.
“As an athlete, you don’t want to give up, you want to keep on...
The Chicago Bears beefed up their corner depth today with the signing of third-year man LeQuan Lewis. With both Tim Jennings and Charles Tillman still playing well but advancing in their careers, the Bears are adding young depth at the position that may challenge for eventual playing time. The 5-11, 190-pound Lewis appeared in eight games during the 2012 season [...]
Johnny Knox may not play in the NFL ever again. Knox missed the 2012 season and sources told the Chicago Tribune that the wide receiver is “unlikely to play again.”
Knox sustained a thoracic-lumbar junction fracture-dislocation with neurological involvement back in Week 15 of the 2011 season.
Since that time Knox has had to retrain himself how to walk and get out of bed. On Tuesday...
Bears wideout Johnny Knox has told the Chicago Sun-Times that his professional football career is over.Fantasy Spin:Knox never fully recovered from the spinal fusion surgery he had in December 2011 to repair nerve damage. The 26-year-old will hang up his cleats after just three NFL seasons. In that time, Knox was able to amass 2,214 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns with his most...
Former Chicago Bears receiver Johnny Knox says he's giving up football.
The Bears terminated Knox's contract Tuesday after he missed this past season recovering from a back injury. Knox told the Chicago Sun-Times on Wednesday that his career is over and he's ''moving on and going forward.'' Knox says he's not going to able to perform with the same...
The Chicago Bears today terminated the contracted of vested veteran wide receiver Johnny Knox, who missed all of last season due to a back injury. The team also signed a third-year cornerback.
A few years ago, Devin Hester and Johnny Knox weren't only one of the most dynamic wide receiving cores in the league, but two of the better return men in the league also. Unfortunately, Knox suffered an apparent career-ending injury, as he is walking away from the game. Knox endured the injury when he was hit by Anthony Hargrove in 2011, which caused a serious Spinal Cord issue...
One day after the Chicago Bears terminated the contract of Johnny Knox, one report hints the 26-year-old receiver might be done on the football field.
Knox's agent told Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times on Tuesday that his client intended to play next season. On Wednesday, multiple sources with direct knowledge of Knox's situation told Vaughn McClure of the Chicago...
The Chicago Bears have terminated the contract of wide receiver Johnny Knox according to the Chicago Tribune.
Knox suffered a severe back injury in a game against the Seattle Seahawks late in the 2011 season and hasn't played since.
In three seasons (2009-11) with the Bears, Knox had 133 receptions for 2,214 yards and 12 touchdowns.
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The Bears are thin at defensive tackle and may have to put the franchise tag on Henry Melton to keep him in Chicago. Let’s break down the free agent DTs that could help the team in 2013.