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The rush of free agency has come and gone, and the NFL Draft has come to pass with mixed reactions about how the Bears decided to approach their first round pick. Way before all of that happened, the coaching staff was completely gutted and replaced.
There’s no doubting the Bears improved this offseason. The question now is “by how much?”
In this recap, I’ll be assessing...
I’m sure Jay Cutler is having a great off-season and why wouldn’t he be? According to this picture, between the workouts and shopping sprees with his wife, he obviously seems to be enjoying a cold beverage or two. Hopefully Jack grows up to be a good kid.
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There was a collective groan that went up in Chicago when the Bears announced that they had selected offensive linemen Kyle Long with the 20th pick in the NFL draft. The consensus on Long was that he was at best a second round pick, but by the vast majority of opinions he was not a first round pick. There was a lot of better talent left on the board that the Bears could have...
While most of the hype every year surrounds each team's first two to three NFL Draft picks rarely can someone target where a general manager came up short. In the case of Chicago Bears general manager, Phil Emery you can clearly pick out where this draft was an abject failure at an extremely critical juncture in this draft, the wide receiver position. Emery did not address...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has only made it through a full season once in his four seasons in the windy city.
He has started just 25 games the past two seasons (2011-2012) and miraculously started 15 games in 2010 despite being sacked a career-high 52 times.
We all know that injuries have plagued Cutler for a good part of his Bears career. In 2010, he missed the second...
While every team in the NFL has basically turned a blind eye away from former Jets and Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow, there is one former coach who thinks Tebow deserved another chance.
"I think [Tebow] can play quarterback in the NFL, but whatever offense you run might have to be tweaked a bit,” Mike Ditka said in the Chicago Sun-Times, via sulia.com. Ditka currently...
From the people who brought you the Jay Cutler “DON’T CARE” bathroom incident; comes the sequel! This next story seems to be originating from the same circle of people. The Jay Cutler middle finger picture has been circulating around the internet for some time. Is it legit? Is it photo-shopped? We don’t have visual confirmation yet.
There’s quite a few of them out there...
We break down the collegiate film of Chicago Bears seventh-round selection, Washington State wide receiver Marquess Wilson.
The names Ron Dayne, Orlando Pace, and Percy Snow - they are about as notable as they get in Big Ten lore and on Tuesday the National Football Foundation announced the election of all three to the 2013 College Football Hall of Fame class. Overall it's perhaps one of, if not the most decorated classes in quite some time.
We didn't even include the name of Tommie...
NEW YORK (AP) The only time Tommie Frazier and Danny Wuerffel shared the field during their brilliant college careers, Frazier's Nebraska team trampled Wuerffel and Florida in the 1996 Fiesta Bowl to win the national championship.
Wuerffel and the Gators bounced back from that record-breaking 62-24 smackdown to take the title the next season.
The former quarterbacks will cross...
Few would argue Orlando Pace was one of the most dominating Ohio State football players of all time, and now the offensive lineman who lettered from 1994-96 is being so recognized on a national scale. Pace was selected Tuesday afternoon for enshrinement in the College Football Hall of Fame.
With the departure of Nick Roach and the choice to not pursue Brian Urlacher, most everyone assumed correctly that the Bears would look to improve the linebacker depth in the draft. Phil Emery did just that by reaching out and drafting two linebackers of the future in both the second and fourth rounds of the draft.
Emery first addressed the middle linebacker position by drafting...
Does the selection in this year’s draft of the Chicago Bears’ two offensive linemen foretell the style of offense new head coach Marc Trestman is currently installing?
Former Ohio State All-American offensive tackle Orlando Pace will join former Cleveland Browns quarterback Vinnie Testaverde as members in the newest class for the College Football Hall of Fame.
Pace, the 24th Buckeye player to make the Hall, is considered one of the most dominant offensive linemen in college football history, finishing fourth in the Heisman voting in 1996. Winner...
Finally, the mountain of a man known for making pancakes out of opposing defensive linemen has made it into the College Football Hall of Fame. He is the 24th Ohio State Buckeye player admitted to the Hall of Fame, and 34th inductee with Ohio State ties. So, in honor of the pancake master, we give you his advice from his 1996 Heisman Campaign on how to make pancakes.