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Even when Jerry Angelo drafts a good player in the first round, the Bears find a way to reduce his role. This time, however, it’s a positive. Gabe Carimi should be ready to return from his chronic knee injury for this Sunday’s pivotal contest with the Detroit Lions but is there a role for him... Read more »
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Chicago Bears rookie tackle Gabe Carimi will likely miss this week’s game against the Lions. It will mark the seventh straight game that he’s missed due to a knee injury. Carimi did participate in practice last week, but his knee didn’t hold up well so he ended up not playing against the Eagles. Right now the [...]
Rookie right tackle Gabe Carimi isn’t expected to be active for the seventh straight week this Sunday against NFC North foe Detroit.
He was aiming for a return last week, but couldn’t give it a go after fully practicing last Thursday.
His knee became more sore from practicing so hard, so the Bears would be wise to play it safe with Carimi.
The Bears are in no rush to bring Carimi...
Rookie offensive tackle Gabe Carimi will miss the Detroit game on Sunday, the Chicago Bears announced Wednesday. Carimi, the Bears top draft choice in last April’s NFL draft, continues to recover from a knee sprain suffered in the second regular season game against the New Orleans Saints. The Bears may also be proceeding with caution due to Lance Louis’ emergence [...]
Bears will continue cautious approach on rehabbing tackleRookie Gabe Carimi is expected to miss his seventh consecutive game Sunday as he continues to recover from a knee injury, a league source told the Tribune.
ChicagoBears.com senior writer Larry Mayer speaks with general manager Jerry Angelo about the most pressing issues involving the Bears every week during the season.
Bears running back Matt Forte has done plenty of talking regarding the team’s failure to give him a new contract. Now, Bears G.M. Jerry Angelo has decided to do some talking of his own. Before Monday night’s game against the Eagles, Angelo told WBBM radio (via John Mullin of CSNChicago.com) that the Bears have tried…
Chicago Bears general manager Jerry Angelo has heard plenty about the team's contract impasse with running back Matt Forte, but Angelo said on Monday that he intends for Forte to play “the bulk of his years in Chicago.”
Bears G.M. Jerry Angelo insists that he’s offered running back Matt Forte a “very lucrative” contract. It hasn’t been enough to get Forte to sign on the dotted line, but Angelo did complete another order of business during the team’s bye week. Michael C. Wright of ESPNChicago.com reports that the Bears signed offensive lineman Roberto…