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Former Chicago Bears receiver David Terrell was charged with misdemeanor domestic battery and held on $100,000 bail Saturday.According to the Chicago Tribune, Terrell, 33, allegedly grab his girlfriend and threatened to throw her off the balcony of his 33rd-floor South Side Chicago apartment.Court reports state that the 25-year-old woman, who has not been identified, claimed to have bruises on her arms, chest and neck and told authorities she had broken up with Terrell after a seven-month relationship and that he told her, "I'll throw you off the balcony and say you jumped."Terrell’s attorney, Shady Yassin, told the media, "We intend to prove he's innocent of these allegations."Terrell played four seasons with the Bears between 2001-04.
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Former Chicago Bears wide receiver David Terrell was ordered held on $10,000 bond Saturday on a charge of misdemeanor domestic battery.
Terrell, 33, was arrested Friday after allegedly grabbing his ex-girlfriend during an argument and threatening to throw her off the balcony of his 33rd floor South Side Chicago apartment, the Chicago Tribune reported.
The 25-year-old woman, who...
Former Chicago Bears player David Terrell is being held on $10,000 bond for a domestic battery charge.
Court documents allege he grabbed his ex-girlfriend during an argument inside his high-rise Chicago apartment and threatened to throw her off a balcony. The 33-year-old was charged with misdemeanor domestic battery and appeared in court Saturday.
Terrell's attorney declined...
According to Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports, Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte is looking for a contract that will be very similar to what Chris Johnson and Adrian Peterson received from their respective teams.
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I really don’t see how Forte sticks around in Chicago–it’s been obvious...
Former Chicago Bears receiver David Terrell was arrested Friday and charged with domestic battery after he threatened to throw his ex-girlfriend off a balcony during an argument at his apartment in Chicago.
Terrell, 33, is charged with misdemeanor domestic battery. He looked to the floor and shook his head in Cook County bond court as a prosecutor summarized the allegations against...
Matt Peterson tracks the offseason needs of every team in the league. Today’s franchise, the Chicago Bears [full archive here].
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Participating in the first three rounds of the Draftcoundown.com virtual draft has led me to one simple conclusion, the depth of talent in this draft isn't there. The Bears also find themselves in the unenviable position of being in a black hole position in the draft. The talent that you see in middle rounds of most drafts, simply isn't there this year. The deepest...
Misdemeanor domestic battery charges have been levied against former Chicago Bears wideout David Terrell.
Apparently, Terrell had an argument with his newly ex-girlfriend and it turned physical.
The ex-girlfriend told police that she had just ended a seven-month relationship with Terrell, sparking an argument that escalated when Terrell allegedly grabbed...
Former Michigan and NFL wide receiver David Terrell was being held on $10,000 bond in a Chicago jail Sunday for a domestic battery charge.
According to court documents, Terrell allegedly grabbed his ex-girlfriend during an argument inside Terrell’s high-rise apartment in Chicago. He also allegedly threatened to throw her off the balcony. Terrell’s attorney said that his attorney...
This man doesn’t need much of an introduction, but we’ll give him one anyway.
Gale Sayers came into the National Football League in 1965 as the fourth overall pick out of the University of Kansas. He brought the nickname, “The Kansas Comet” with him to the NFL.
He was recognized as an All-American twice at Kansas.
In 68 games with the Bears from 1965-1971, he ran for 4,956...
The Chicago Bears elevated two staff members to take the place of former trainer Tim Bream, who left for his alma mater Penn State in the offseason. The Bears have promoted Chris Hanks to head athletic trainer and Bobby Slater to assistant head athletic trainer/director of rehabilitation. Hanks is entering his 13th season with the team after joining the Bears [...]