Found December 02, 2012 on
Injuries were a significant factor for the Bears for a second week in a row as starters Brian Urlacher, Tim Jennings, Chris Conte and Earl Bennett all were unable to finish the game after suffering injuries.
Jennings was told he suffered a sprained right shoulder late in the game when he was hit by Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson. Jennings is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Monday.
Bennett left the game with a concussion, just a week after fellow receiver Devin Hester suffered a mild concussion. Urlacher had a hamstring issue, while Conte was sick from the outset and couldn't continue after starting the game.
"We're concerned," defensive end Julius Peppers said of the injuries. "We need everybody on the field. We've just got to get everybody healthy and we've got to have some guys on the second line step up." Source: Chicago Tribune Attached Thumbnails
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Chicago Bears defensive leader/middle linebacker Brian Urlacher may be out for the remainder of the regular season.
According to reports, the Pro Bowl veteran injured his right hamstring on the second-to-last play of the Bears ‘overtime loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
Please Click Here To Read This Story
Bears receiver Earl Bennett has left Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks because of a concussion.
Bennett got hit hard in the closing seconds of the first half, after Steven Haushka kicked a field goal to put Seattle ahead 10-7. Bennett fielded the kickoff and was drilled by Jeron Johnson. He did not come out for the second half.
Chicago safety Chris Conte was also ruled...
Chicago Bears cornerback Tim Jennings (26) is helped off the field with an injury in the overtime period against the Seattle Seahawks at Soldier Field in Chicago on Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012. (José M. Osorio/ Chicago Tribune)
Here are the Week 14 power rankings from various sites around the web:
ESPN: #8 (Last week: #6)
Analysis, “Hopes for a division title took a hit, and it’s alarming...
Not quite as good as Jerome Simpson’s flip with the Bengals, but this was a valiant effort by Bears wide receiver Earl Bennett to somersault in for the score.
Chicago Bears co-captian and MLB Brian Urlacher will most likely miss three games, and possibly the rest of the season, acoording to published reports. Urlacher suffered a hamstring injury during Seattle’s game-winning drive in overtime Sunday. The injury is described as a “grade two” sprain. If the recovery process goes well, Urlacher could be back for the season-finale against...
Nothing is going stop Chicago Bears wide receiver Earl Bennett for trying to get a touchdown. Against the Minnesota Vikings Sunday, the 25-year-old was able to get a pass from Jay Cutler in the red zone, running and flipping his way into the end zone to put the Bears up seven.
Crazy flip, crazy touchdown.
Original article: Earl Bennett Flips Into the End Zone for a TD©2012...
The Bears signed linebacker Dom DeCicco to the 53-man roster Tuesday, bringing back a player who had been released three months prior with an injury settlement, according to a Chicago Tribune report. The signing suggests that the team expects to be without linebacker Brian Urlacher for Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings. Urlacher hurt his right hamstring during overtime...
Already down one wide receiver with Devin Hester out with a concussion, Earl Bennett was knocked out of the Bears game versus the Seahawks shortly after halftime. He is being evaluated for a concussion as well.
Bennett had a HUGE touchdown reception from Jay Cutler early in the game, then dropped what would likely have been his 2nd touchdown catch just before the end of the 2nd...
The Chicago Bears have been hit with the injury bug as of late.
After seeing six starters go down with injuries in Week 13 against Minnesota, three starters suffered injuries on Sunday.
LB Brian Urlacher left the game in overtime on what turned out to be the last play in the Bears’ 23-17 loss to the Seahawks.
Urlacher exited the game with a hamstring injury. It was reported that...
The Chicago Tribune reported Tuesday that the team signed linebacker Dom DeCicco to the 53-man roster, bringing back DeCicco three months after he was released with an injury settlement.
Urlacher suffered a right hamstring injury during overtime of the Bears' 23-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday and Bears coach Lovie Smith said during his Monday press conference that...