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About a week ago I went on the Twitter and wrote something to this effect: Jerry Angelo’s front office work for the Chicago Bears over the last three years has been significantly better than the work done by Belichick in New England and the Polians in Indianapolis. It created something of a stir. I was... Read more »
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The Chicago Bears are crediting more aggressive defensive play for sparking their four-game winning streak.
They say they are worried about some aggressive play outside the rules. The league is reviewing a brawl between the Bears and Lions on Sunday. Chicago defensive back D.J. Moore was ejected after a scuffle with Detroit quarterback Matt Stafford.
Defensive end Julius Peppers...
Jay Cutler might say he wants to pay for Earl Bennett to wear the orange cleats that are in violation of the NFL’s uniform policy, but easing the blow to the wide receiver’s paycheck would be against league policy.
The Chicago Bears searched for depth to add to their offensive line after guard Chris Williams season-ending injury on Sunday, working out three lineman with previous NFL experience on Tuesday. Brought in for workouts were: Mansfield Wrotto, Renardo Foster and Mike Gibson worked out for the team at Halas Hall. Edwin Williams, who took over after Chris Williams left the [...]
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The Bears forced six takeaways for the first time since 1995, as they cruised to a 37-13 victory over NFC North foe Detroit.
Two forced fumbles by defensive end Julius Peppers and cornerback Tim Jennings set the tone for the rest of the game in windy Chicago.
The Bears scored 24 of their 37 points off of turnovers.
Lions QB Matthew Stafford came into the game throwing four interceptions...
General manager Jerry Angelo announced Wednesday on the Chicago Bears' team-controlled website that losing guard Chris Williams for the rest of the season is "a speed bump" and that the play of the offensive line has been instrumental during a four-game winning streak.
The Chicago Bears will be without the team's starting left guard for the remainder of the year. The Bears have also made a number of other roster moves, including releasing DE Nick Reed.
More aggressive, physical defensive play helped the Chicago Bears put together their four-game winning streak. They're hoping aggressive play doesn't hurt them before they even kick off next weekend.
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Devin Hester's teammates praised his resiliency in having a great game through sickness. (ESPN...
Edwin Williams likely to inherit starting roleThe only Bears offensive lineman that started this season where he finished last season must be replaced.
Mansfield Wrotto wasn’t the only offensive lineman to get a look from the Chicago Bears on Tuesday as the team considers options to replace left guard Chris Williams on the roster.