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The Bears will likely be without defensive end Shea McClellin for one more week, while tight end Martellus Bennett is a game-time decision. Plus the rest of the injury report below.
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With injuries to quarterback Jay Cutler (high-ankle sprain) and cornerback Charles Tillman (torn right triceps, placed on injured reserve), the Chicago Bears will stay in-house to replace the two wounded teammates.
The Bears recently signed safety Derrick Martin, formerly of the Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers (2010) and the New York Giants (2011), will fill the roster spot...
Edgar Allen Poe penned one of the greatest poems of all-time in “The Raven”. We all know the gist of it — a man is disturbed by what he thinks is just the wind rapping against his window, but it turns out to be a raven that only says “Nevermore”. Incensed by this, the man tries to pry more words out of the raven. No luck, and the man loses his sanity.
Given the challenges Marc Trestman has faced with free agent defections, Brian Urlacher’s retirement and the rampant injuries besetting the Bears this season, the first year NFL head coach has done an exceptional job keeping his troops in contention for both the NFC North title and a Wild Card berth. Yet last Sunday was certainly not Trestman’s finest hour, as three mind...
The Chicago Bears fitted quarterback Jay Cutler with a hard cast on his injured left ankle, which he was spotted wearing on Wednesday, but coach Marc Trestman insists the cast was simply applied to provide stabilization.
“The doctors and the trainers talked about just making sure that it’s stabilized,” Trestman said Thursday. “It wasn’t swollen after the game [on Sunday...
Last week: 13 (+1)
Another one bites the dust on the Bears’ defense. Before the season, the Bears had 6 above average or better starters, Julius Peppers, Henry Melton, Lance Briggs, Tim Jennings, Charles Tillman, and Major Wright. Henry Melton is already out for the season. Charles Tillman is now out until the playoffs, if they can make them. Lance Briggs is out indefinitely...
The Chicago Bears list tight end Martellus Bennett (ankle) as questionable to face the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, while defensive end Shea McClellin (hamstring) is doubtful after sitting out the entire week of practice.
Bennett rested his sore ankle on Thursday, but returned to the field in limited fashion on Friday.
“He (Bennett) worked probably 50 percent of the practice...
It's been difficult to criticize the new head coach for the Chicago Bears, Marc Trestman, so far this season. He's done so many things right, but this past week he really dropped the ball.As the Bears were taking a beating from the Detroit Lions for the second time this season, Trestman allowed his injured quarterback, Jay Cutler, to keep playing despite the signs that he...
The Chicago Bears will host the Baltimore Ravens in a matchup of two teams that are tied for second place in their respective divisions.While Chicago is coming off a 21-19 loss to the Detroit Lions, Baltimore comes into this contest on the heels of a 20-17 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. With two clubs battling to keep their playoff hopes alive, anything can happen.That being...
Chicago Bears first-year running back Michael Ford, an undrafted free agent of LSU, discusses his rookie season in the NFL, this week’s contest against the Baltimore Ravens and more.
With Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, the Chicago Bears currently boast the best wide receiver duo in the history of the franchise, and it’s not even close.
USWNT star Alex Morgan comes to Chicago, well the outlying areas close to Chicago, for a youth soccer clinic and fund-raiser this weekend. She’ll be in Lake Barrington on Sunday. All proceeds raised at this event will benefit the Illinois Youth Soccer Soccer For Success Program.
And the face of U.S. soccer has been very good for this website. The highest trafficed post ever, other...
Full-text transcript of Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman’s Friday press conference.
Full-text transcripts of Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman from Thursday's press conference.
Chicago Bears tight ed Martellus Bennett will play today, while defensive end Shea McClellin will miss his second straight contest due to a hamstring injury.
Facing a crucial stretch beginning with Sunday’s home game against the Baltimore Ravens at Soldier Field in order to keep their flickering playoff hopes alive, the Chicago Bears will rely on five key players to find success. 1. QB Josh McCown. McCown returns to lead the Bears offense after Cutler re-injured himself in last week’s loss to Detroit. McCown has [...]