Posted November 03, 2011 on
Bear Report talked with Chicago offensive lineman Roberto Garza this afternoon at Halas Hall. He discusses Philadelphia's defense, the return of Gabe Carimi and more.
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Last night, I called a buddy of mine who is a pretty big Chicago Bears fan and I asked him if the name Glenn Timmerman rang a bell and he said no. Actually, he said, “Was he the punter in the 80s?” But he hadn’t heard of him, so I asked if he was familiar with the “Tattooed Bears Fan” and he replied, “Ohhhh, that dude’s nuts.” I can’t believe I’ve never...
Enough with this “Pay Forte” stuff. It’s getting pretty old, and I believe it has no real merit.
So what if the guy has nearly 50% of the offense’s total yards and leads the team in both receiving and rushing yards and gets paid less than a million dollars a year? Trust in Jerry Angelo. He knows best.
Angelo has brought us greats such as Rex Grossman and Kordell Stewart....
Wondering about a player, a past game or another issue involving the Bears? Senior writer Larry Mayer answers a variety of email questions from fans on ChicagoBears.com.
With the midpoint of the Eagles’ season waiting just beyond Monday night’s sunset, it is not too early to label games as must win. Perhaps, with the exception of the three remaining divisional games, the Chicago Bears are the final NFC team the Eagles will likely play that has a winning record. That means that [...]
Jay Cutler has complained repeatedly in the past that the communication devices have not worked properly at times when plays are relayed from offensive coordinator Mike Martz through quarterbacks coach Shane Day.
With tensions continuously rising between the Bears and running back Matt Forte, some have pondered the possibility of Forte taking a stand by standing up and walking out in the middle of the season. It’s a possibility that was raised earlier today, during my weekly visit with Dan McNeil and Matt Speigel of 670 the…
Bears star Devin Hester has been named the NFC special teams player of the month after returning a punt and a kickoff for touchdowns.
After impressive start, defensive tackle has slowed down, and coach wants him to pick up paceRight before Thursday's practice, Bears coach Lovie Smith delivered a brief, direct message to defensive tackle Henry Melton.
It was a slow day of news out of the NovaCare Complex, which is probably a good thing after a few weeks where it seemed like everyday a report came out that another job was on the line.
But as the Eagles prepare to take on the Chicago Bears on Monday night, it was business as usual for the players, including running back LeSean McCoy. Here is all the news you need to know from today...