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The night before a game last season in Oakland, 84-year-old Eddie Macon walked into the Bears hotel with the assistance of a cane and was introduced to coach Lovie Smith.
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The Bears, taking a proactive role in trying to ‘‘change the culture’’ of concussion awareness and treatment at all levels of football, hosted a forum for high-school players and coaches on that hot-button issue Wednesday at Halas Hall. If only Brian Urlacher could have been there — not as...
Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey says Brian Urlacher was simply being honest when he told HBO he would hide concussion symptoms from team doctors.
He also was quick to point out his star linebacker didn't say that was the right thing to do.
McCaskey says players don't want to let down teammates and coaches, that they have a ''warrior mentality.''
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Bears linebacker J.T. Thomas is facing a misdemeanor drug possession charge after police in West Virginia said they caught him driving the wrong way down a one-way street and found marijuana in his car. Morgantown Police Chief Ed Preston said the 23-year-old Thomas was charged...
Chicago Bears linebacker J.T. Thomas was arrested and charged with misdemeanor possession of less than 15 grams of marijuana early Monday morning, according to the West Virginia News Network.
Chicago Bears linebacker J.T. Thomas was arrested and charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana after he was pulled over early Monday morning going the wrong way on a one-way street.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) -- Chicago Bears linebacker J.T. Thomas is facing a misdemeanor drug possession charge after police in West Virginia said they caught him driving the wrong way down a one-way street and found marijuana in his car.
With stars like Brian Urlacher not getting any younger, the Bears can't afford to waste another promising season with injuries to key players, Elliot Harrison writes.
Lance Briggs called himself and Brian Urlacher “vintage” linebackers.
The “vintage” linebackers were both voted to the Pro Bowl this season and performed at a high level.
Nick Roach played alongside the two Bears stars and played pretty solid.
He got the edge over former Bear Pisa Tinoisamoa, who wasn’t re-signed last off-season after suffering another knee injury.