Found March 07, 2012 on
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Chicago Bears’ head coach, Lovie Smith, was recently featured in a video where he gives his endorsement of President Obama. He talks about the need to be patient and how he feels good about the direction of the country while playfully tossing around a football. I honestly don’t care what your politics are, but how about coaches [...]
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This argument seems to permeate throughout Bears circles, on Bears message boards on my twitter feed that it will be an OT selected at 19. I go over and over the reasoning behind why the Bears won't draft an offensive tackle at 19 but it never seems to sink in. The argument or points in the argument typically goes something like this
J'Marcus Webb sucks the Bears need...
Even with March Madness almost upon us, spring training beginning, and the NBA and NHL season in full swing, the NFL still found a way to make headlines.
As you probably already know, former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams has been accused of incentivizing his players to purposely injure opponents’ top players by paying organizing a system non-contract bonuses.
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The Chicago Bears running back was hoping for a contract extension, but will rejoin the team next year with the franchise tag applied to him for a guaranteed $7.7 million.
Lovie Smith was at Georgia Tech’s pro day today to get a closer look at a potential draft pick. We also discuss the pro days of Georgia and Illinois, as well as a possible Rex Grossman reunion.
This is by no means an article to disrespect the sensitivity of the circumstances surrounding the death of Dave Duerson or any other NFL athlete undergoing brain trauma from their years in the league.
The residual brain trauma that caused the eventual suicide of former Chicago Bears S Dave Duerson is one of the great tragedies in the sporting landscape of America. This...
When Chicago Bears fans are asked the top priority in the upcoming draft and free agency, their responses are usually wide receiver, offensive line, and secondary. While linebacker might not make the list, it’s an important position to address with both the health and age of Pro Bowl tag-team partners Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs. In the next of our [...]
The 2012 deadline for NFL teams to place franchise tags has come and gone. We look at the players that were, and weren’t tagged, and how that affects the Chicago Bears’ free-agency plans.