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Travel website gogobot.com put together this infographic to end all infographics on the subject of tailgating around the country. Per Gogobot: Here’s our guide to what people are eating and drinking in parking lots across the country, as well as travel tips for a few big tailgating destinations. (Special thanks to the tailgating bloggers we polled). So, let’s get started with the basic ingredients.
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Tweet If you’ve watched an NFL game lately, you’ve undoubtedly seen an inordinate amount of pink gear on the field as the league and players support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. On Thursday Night Football last week, Bears receiver Brandon Marshall wanted to raise awareness for something else. In support of Mental Health Awareness Week...
Through six games of the 2013 season, Chicago Bears returner Devin Hester possesses the lowest punt return average (5.0 yard average) in his eight-year NFL career and has fumbled twice. He hasn’t scored in more than two years, and appears indecisive in fielding both punts and kickoffs. Other than his 245-yard kick return performance against Minnesota in the second contest of [...]
To be honest, the NFL is sorry if they don’t donate that 10,500 dollars to tge same cause, what do you think? Brandon Marshall is a class act, hopefully the NFL does the right thing now.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall says he has been fined $10,500 by the NFL for wearing green football shoes in the Oct. 10 game against the New York Giants.
Marshall had said before last Thursday's game he was wearing the shoes to attract attention to Mental Health Awareness Week. Marshall has been treated for a personality disorder in the past.
The Bears have lost their starting middle linebacker for the rest of the year, along with their top two defensive tackles already on injured reserve. This is why why it’s even more urgent that this offense does what they’ve been counted on all year to do, develop and improve.
With news of D.J. Williams’ having season-ending pectoral injury, it means that the Bear’s middle...
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall expected to receive a fine for wearing green cleats against the New York Giants last Thursday night, and the league delivered its love letter right on schedule. Marshall, who has been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, chose to wear the green shoes to bring attention to Mental Health Awareness […]
As the Chicago Bears sit at 4-2 through six weeks of the NFL season, there have still been many questions about their production. Struck by the injury bug, especially on the defensive side of the ball, the Bears led by defensive coordinator Mel Tucker, have had to adjust on the fly. In this exclusive interview […]
Charles Tillman missed last week’s game with a right knee injury but the Bears “expect” him to play Sunday in Washington D.C. coach Marc Trestman said Wednesday.
The cornerback didn’t practice Tuesday. Tight end Martellus Bennett (shoulder) was limited.
Trestman said defensive tackle Stephen Paea (turf toe) and linebacker James Anderson (lower back) practiced and “looked good.”
Three starters missed Wednesday’s Chicago Bears practice – Julius Peppers, Martellus Bennett and Charles Tillman – while three others were limited.
With injuries along the defensive line, the Bears desperately need defensive tackle Stephen Paea to return this week. Fortunately for the team, Paea says he’s ready to play against the Redskins.
Chicago Bears starting right tackle Jordan Mills, the club’s fifth-round pick this year, discusses last week’s victory over the New York Giants and his rookie season up to this point.
Jonathan Bostic hopes to make the most of his opportunity.
The Chicago Bears have been known for middle linebackers from Bill George to Dick Butkus to Mike Singletary and Brian Urlacher.
Now Bostic, a rookie from Florida with a reputation for big plays and big hits, makes his first NFL start Sunday against the Washington Redskins in place of D.J. Williams, who is out for the season...
Jay Cutler has been a pretty busy guy on the field leading the Chicago Bears to a 4-2 record and a tie on top of the NFC North with the Detroit Lions. With all he is doing on the field it only makes sense that he relaxes and has a little fun off the field.
You don't want to risk being too tight on the field and doing something stupid. So what does he do?
By Jeff Heck, Bears Claws contributor Disclaimer: He who gambles, lives in shambles We’re six weeks into the NFL season and, to me, here are the biggest surprises. The Giants haven’t won a game. The Chiefs and Broncos are undefeated. Somehow the Patriots are 5-1. Jay Cutler has been sacked less than ten times, and Matt Schaub won’t be having [...]