Posted March 21, 2012 on
Hot News for OT Frank Omiyale
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
On Thursday, the Bears signed Michael Bush to a four-year, $14M deal, and when their incumbent back heard the news, he took to Twitter to voice his frustrations.
Video: Bowen: How have transactions affected draft? - Matt Bowen on how the trade for Brandon Marshall and other offseason moves around the NFL have affected the Bears' draft plans.
NFL owners to vote on replay, overtime rules - Instant replay could undergo some changes, even moving the entire process to the replay booth to reduce Ed Hochuli overexposure the waiting time.
Matt Forte has had enough, and he is making his opinions well known to the Chicago Bears.
Forte has meant everything to the Bears’ offense since being drafted out of Tulane University four years ago. He has rushed for over 4,200 yards over his first four seasons in the NFL, and has also caught over 200 passes for almost 2,000 yards. He is the epitome of a dual threat...
Prior to suffering a knee injury late in the season last year, Matt Forte was arguably the most valuable running back in the league. The Bears ran their entire offense through him, and he was one of the only pieces keeping them afloat. To Forte’s credit, he expressed some frustration with the team over his lack of contract discussions but remained relatively quiet and continued...
To follow up our recent story on Michael Bush going to Chicago, it looks like he won’t find a lot of love in the locker room.
His fellow RB Matt Forte who is trying to work out a long-term deal with the Bears after being franchised just tweeted the following.
Please click the link below to read the rest of this story.
The Chicago Bears' decision to sign running back Michael Bush Thursday appears to have upset Pro Bowl starter Matt Forte.
Bush, formerly of the Oakland Raiders, agreed to a four-year, $14 million deal, with $7 million guaranteed, according to the Chicago Tribune.
The signing gives the team depth behind Forte, who has voiced frustrations over not receiving a long-term contract...
Here is a look at what Bears defensive end Israel Idonije has done since taking over as a starter on the defensive line.
Jake Perper is the owner and head writer for Bearsbacker.com. Follow him on Twitter, @Bearsbacker and on Facebook for up to the minute news about the Bears.
It doesn't take a genius to figure out that the way the Chicago Bears are handling their star running back is just not smart. Matt Forte has been one of the league's premier backs the past two seasons. With other star's around the league getting paid big bucks, the Bears for whatever reason are not investing the money in Forte. Instead each season, the Bears have invested...
APNewsNow. The Chicago Bears have agreed to a four-year contract with running back Michael Bush.
Bush will join Matt Forte, who got a franchise tag from the Bears, in Chicago's backfield.
Bush played four seasons for the Oakland Raiders, gaining 2,642 yards (4.2 yards per carry) and scoring 21 touchdowns. The powerful 245-pound back had his most productive season in 2011, setting...
Thursday the Chicago Bears signed free agent running back Michael Bush to a four-year, $14 mil contract to solidify their back field. Bush is a power runner with deceptive speed and should be a nice addition for Chicago. Only problem is, the Bears already have pro-bowler Matt Forte as their starter and Forte has been [...]
A proven performer, Forte seeks a new contract for his body of work as the Bears leading rusher and go-to guy.
That word loyalty (or lack thereof) has certainly been a buzz word lately in sports. The latest example occurred Thursday in Chicago after the Bears announced the signing of running back MICHAEL BUSH to a four-year, $14 million deal. Pro Bowl RB and Bears starter MATT FORTE...
The Chicago Bears announced today they have reached a four-year deal with RB Michael Bush formerly of the Oakland Raiders. Bush a 6-foot-1 245-pound RB gives the Bears a short yardage presence in the back field and likely ends the tenure of Marion Barber in Chicago.
He rushed 632 times for 2,642 yards (4.2 yards per carry) and 21 touchdowns in 61 career games. Bush had his most...