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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.
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...
The Bears signed veteran defensive tackle Amobi Okoye and released defensive tackle Brian Price. Okoye, a first-round pick of the Texans who spent four years in Houston, played for the Bears in 2011. He signed with the Buccaneers in free agency but was released with an injury settlement on Friday. The Bears don't believe his nagging knee injury will be an issue. Chicago dealt...
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...
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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