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The Chicago Bears have added another cornerback to their roster, the team announced Monday, according to ProFootballTalk.com. LeQuan Lewis, an undrafted free agent out of Arizona State in 2011, was first with the Tennessee Titans in training camp before he was released before the start of the season.
The Chicago Bears beefed up their corner depth today with the signing of third-year man LeQuan Lewis. With both Tim Jennings and Charles Tillman still playing well but advancing in their careers, the Bears are adding young depth at the position that may challenge for eventual playing time. The 5-11, 190-pound Lewis appeared in eight games during the 2012 season [...]
– Mark Henry vs. Randy Orton will headline this week’s WWE SmackDown broadcast. This is a rematch from Henry’s win over Orton last week.
– Justin Gabriel vs. Titus O’Neil and Kaitlyn vs. Natalya were both taped in Nashville, TN prior to RAW for this week’s WWE Superstars broadcast.
– As previously reported here on the website, tennis players Andre Agassi and Steffi...
Lance Briggs is the only starting linebacker under contract for the Bears, which means the team should be considering the following linebackers soon to hit free agency.
The Chicago Bears recently broke ground on a project slated to expand and upgrade their headquarters at Halas Hall.
The Chicago Bears need help at the guard position and would be wise to target four-year veteran Ande Levitre. We discuss what the film reveals about the top guard in this year’s free-agent class.
Cyber bullying has grown more and more by the months, and now we have this.
On Monday a photo of former Green bay Packers cheerleader Kaitlyn Collins was posted by someone to the Chicago Bears fan Facebook page. You may be asking yourself, what’s the big deal? The issue is the comments that followed after the picture was uploaded.
Per LA Times, some of the comments: UGLY,”...
With the countdown to the 2013 NFL draft now just over two short months away, a year’s worth of preparation will soon reach its culmination. Moments after the Chicago Bears put the finishing touches on their 2012 draft class, scouts and front office personnel began to look ahead. In fact, by May, early position rankings had been compiled and the [...]