Found November 13, 2012 on
Brian Urlacher is painfully honest, which is one of many things I respect about the fierce linebacker for the Chicago Bears. He is a no-nonsense beast who gives it his all during every single play. He tells it like it is and does not hold back any emotions, either during the game or afterward. That, apparently, has upset quite a few Bears fans, although Urlacher would like to relay a message to those offended by what happened during Chicago’s Sunday Night Football loss to the Houston Texans.
After Texans’ safety Danieal Manning – former Chicago teammate of Urlacher’s for years – intercepted Jay Cutler in the first quarter, Urlacher was seen shaking his hand or giving him a quick congratulatory hand slap. That drew the ire of more than a handful of Bears fans, to which Urlacher had a message for during his appearance on The Waddle & Silvy Show.
“That was a nice play,” Urlacher said. “I could give a crap about what people think on the street. Get mad at me all you want, I could gi...
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After being criticized for congratulating Texans’ safety Daniel Manning while on the field Sunday night, the Bears linebacker told reporters he doesn’t care what people think.
While the Chicago Bears haven’t come out with their injury report
for the week yet, ESPN’s John Clayton said on air last night that it appears “doubtful”
quarterback Jay Cutler will play Monday night when the team takes on the San
Cutler was one of several quarterbacks to suffer a
concussion last weekend. One of the others was 49ers quarterback Alex...
Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould ripped the surface at Soldier Field and then apologized for it.
Gould blasted the field on Wednesday, saying he might have to think about re-signing with Chicago when his contract expires after next season. He told reporters he hopes to remain with the Bears but isn't sure he wants ''to deal with that as I get older as a kicker.'...
Coach Lovie Smith says the Chicago Bears properly handled quarterback Jay Cutler's concussion on Sunday night.
Smith says trainers immediately examined Cutler during a replay review after he took a helmet-to-helmet hit from Houston's Tim Dobbins late in the second quarter of a 13-6 loss to the Texans.
He says Cutler showed no symptoms of a concussion immediately after the...
This was system failure, maybe system overload for the NFL. You get a big game like Sunday night, Houston at Chicago, and hope to see statements made, questions answered.
We got statements, all right. When Houston linebacker Tim Dobbins cheap-shotted Jay Cutler -- in the officials' opinion -- by going helmet-to-helmet after Cutler had thrown a pass, Dobbins was allowed to stay...
After Bears quarterback Jay Cutler went down with a concussion, in stepped high-priced veteran backup Jason Campbell to relax the fears of Bears fans. Campbell's signing in the off-season was seen as a major upgrade over Caleb Hanie but instead Campbell struggled nearly as much as Hanie did in relief of Cutler.
Jason Campbell's struggles were all together far...
The Bears lost twice Sunday night, the game to the Texans and Jay Cutler to a concussion while the Vikings pulled out of free-fall mode against the Lions.
The Houston Texans kept taking the ball away from the Chicago Bears. Then, they took their quarterback out of the game.
Arian Foster finished with 102 yards rushing and a touchdown catch, and the Houston Texans intercepted Jay Cutler twice before knocking him out of the game with a concussion on their way to a 13-6 victory over the Chicago Bears on Sunday night.
In a showdown between...
In tonight’s contest between the Chicago Bears (7-2) and Houston Texans (8-1), two of the best teams in the NFL squared off. Yet injuries and poor play de-railed the home team in a 13-6 loss.