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Bears head coach Lovie Smith said the recent rumors that Mike Martz could be leaving the Bears after this season are “made up.” Caleb Hanie will continue receiving the same amount of repetitions in practice this week, and the Bears defense has the red hot Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos in its sight.
Report: Bears not interested in Favre (Yahoo! Sports)
Tue Dec 6 15:55:10 2011
Brett Favre might be listening, but apparently the Chicago Bears are not talking. The Bears are not interested in Favre’s …
Fantasy Football – Bad Beat Edition
Tue Dec 6 15:00:36 2011
First of all – the Forte injury rocked me (and not in the good way). I first heard of it thanks to a friend’s …
Wrong-way Bears need to stop and ask for directions
Tue Dec 6 14:16:33 2011
Coming out of their bye, immediately after polishing off the …
Report: Bears not interested in luring Favre to Chicago
Tue Dec 6 14:01:51 2011
Favre Alert sirens blared on Monday, with the 42-year old quarterback linked to a Bears team that...
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Mike Martz said he’s embarrassed about reports that he won’t return as the Bears’ offensive coordinator. On Sunday, ESPN reported that Martz “is not expected to return after his contract expires” and that college jobs could “be in play.” Shortly thereafter, the Sun-Times reported that...
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Mike Martz says he plans on being back in Chicago next season. (CSN Chicago)
He also plans on being more aggressive with Caleb Hanie'...
Bears coach Lovie Smith said today that the team will not be searching for another quarterback and that the club will go forward with the three signal callers currently on the 53-man roster.
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Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith expects star running back Matt Forte to return this season from a sprained medial collateral ligament in his right knee.
Smith says he ''looked pretty good'' on Monday, but he wouldn't put a timetable on Forte's return.
Forte was injured in the first quarter of Sunday's 10-3 loss to Kansas City and left the game. Chicago...
The report that offensive coordinator Mike Martz won’t be back with the Bears after his contract expires at the end of the season doesn’t sit well with head coach Lovie Smith. “If there is a change that would be made, I’ll be making it,” Smith said, via CSNChicago.com. “I definitely haven’t discussed that with anyone.…
Conventional wisdom would suggest the Bears would dial back their aggression after Caleb Hanie’s six interceptions in the last two weeks. Hanie was sacked seven times last week. Mike Martz has no use for conventional wisdom. “He did a lot of good things in that game,” Martz said via the Chicago Tribune. “We all –…
The Chicago Bears' quarterback situation has gotten ugly over the past couple of weeks, with Jay Cutler suffering a thumb injury that has left little hope for a return in the regular season. This has opened the door to several rumors -- with merit or otherwise -- about the team pursuing a quarterback on the free agent market. The subject of those rumors? Donovan McNabb and.....
Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith expects star running back Matt Forte to return this season from a sprained medial collateral ligament in his right knee. Smith says he "looked pretty good" on Monday, but he wouldn't put a timetable on Forte's return. Forte was injured in the first quarter of Sunday's 10-3 loss to Kansas City and left the game.
Coaches using knowledge of college offenses to buttress defenseLovie Smith isn't reaching back to his days at Big Sandy (Texas) High School for ways to defend Tim Tebow and the read option the Broncos are using.
Caleb Hanie is Lovie Smith’s quarterback: The Chicago Bears coach made that clear Monday.
Neither Donovan McNabb nor Brett Favre, whose careers both appear to have died in Minnesota, will be coming to Chicago, says Lovie Smith.
Bears head coach Lovie Smith put a stop to rumors that said the Bears might be interested in signing Brett Favre or Donovan McNabb to replace Josh McCown and perhaps even push Caleb Hanie as the Bears fill-in starting quarterback. Also, running...