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New York Giants
TE Steve Maneri, OT Jonathan Scott, G James Brown, DT Stephen Paea, DE Cornelius Washington, CB Charles Tillman, S Anthony Walters
RB David Wilson, CB Corey Webster, CB Jayron Hosley, TE Adrien Robinson, C David Baas and S Cooper Taylor.
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Today the Chicago Bears found out that D.J. Williams the middle linebacker will require surgery and be lost for the remainder of the year. @JosinaAnderson: Additionally, LB D.J. Williams has been told he needs to have surgery on his torn pec. #Bears Rookie linebacker Jon Bostic from the University of Florida will be the starter […]
While the rest of the NFL donned pink for Breast Cancer Awareness month, Brandon Marshall decided to wear green cleats to support mental health.
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The NFL says it will eject Brandon Marshall if he wears green shoes on Thursday to raise attention for Mental Health Awareness Week (Credit: Voices.Suntimes.com)
The No Fun League strikes again! Yesterday, Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall said this Thursday he will wear green shoes in support of his charity that focuses on mental health disorders. While players around...
After a putrid performance at Ford Field and failing to dig out of a first half hole against the Saints at home, the Chicago Bears find themselves in the midst of their first losing streak of the season. Thankfully the New York Giants will be limping into Soldier Field with a "who can believe it" 0-5 record Thursday night.Losing streaks are no fun, but they help expose...
Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall is looking to sell his green cleats from Thursday night’s game against the Giants to continue to raise money for mental health awareness.
I’m sure someone with $2,000 will buy them.
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Chicago cornerback Charles Tillman is inactive for the Bears' game Thursday night against the New York Giants because of a right knee injury.
A two-time Pro Bowl pick, Tillman had not missed a game since the 2009 finale. He has been bothered by groin and knee problems in recent weeks, although the groin was not mentioned on the injury report leading up to this game.
Bears HC Marc Trestman told reporters on Friday that there is a chance LB D.J. Williams is done for the year, per John Mullin.
Trestman added that they should know more in the next 24-48 hours.
Williams is reportedly dealing with a pectoral injury, which is a type of injury that Trestman referred to as being “dangerous.”
Chicago turned to second-round pick Jon Bostic in...
Seeking depth across the defensive line in the wake of injuries to starter Henry Melton and his backup Nate Collins, the Chicago Bears made a roster move for reinforcement. The club’s release follows: The Chicago Bears elevated DT Christian Tupou (two-poe) to the active roster from the practice squad and placed DT Nate Collins on injured reserve due to a [...]
Chicago Bears rookie defensive lineman David Bass discusses his first extended action of the season after playing 29 snaps in last night’s contest against the New York Giants.
New York made Chicago work a little harder than expected for the win everybody presumed the Bears would get. If anything, it just made Eli’s mistakes more dramatic. Which is kind of nice. Eli Manning interceptions in the second half of 30-point blowouts aren’t nearly as fun. So thanks for that.Cheers to Jay Cutler for kicking his history of Thursday Night Football struggles,...
The Giants play for pride tonight against the Bears. Recovering from their 0-5 hole is possible, even if extremely unlikely, but before that happens they must go out there and play for their own pride. It won't be easy. The Bears are a good team, sitting at 3-2, but they have lost their last two games, albeit against tough opponents.
They are well rounded, ranking in the...
Tim Jennings intercepted two passes, including one for a touchdown, and Jay Cutler threw two touchdown passes as the Chicago Bears held on to beat the New York Giants 27-21 on Thursday night football at Soldier Field in Chicago. The win assures the Bears of at least a tie at the top of the NFC North standings at 4-2. Meanwhile, [...]
Join JS from the Soldier Field press box for a live interactive chat throughout tonight's NFC contest between the Chicago Bears and New York Giants.