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Nick Roach spoke with the media this afternoon in the locker room at Halas Hall. The Bears linebacker talks about the philosophy of the coaches, the improvement of the defense and more.
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Lovie Smith said this afternoon that D.J. Moore was held out of practice due to an ankle injury. It’s unclear at this point whether the Bears’ starting nickel corner will be able to go on Sunday.
ChicagoBears.com senior writer Larry Mayer speaks with general manager Jerry Angelo about the most pressing issues involving the Bears every week during the season.
Brian Mitchell, the most prolific return specialist in NFL history, marvels at the magical moves of Devin Hester. “Every time I see him, it’s like, ‘Damn,’ ” Mitchell told the Sun-Times. “He’s jaw-dropping.” On Dec. 20, 2010, in Minneapolis, Hester passed Mitchell for most combined kick...
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.
The big question all week was just how much Bears nickel back D.J. Moore would be fined for going after Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and subsequently being ejected from Sunday’s game.
That number was released Friday and it arrived in the sum of $15,000, which is about what was expected.
On the flip side, Stafford was fined half of that ($7,500) for grabbing Moore by the helmet...
Bears nickel back D.J. Moore has been fined $15,000 for his actions in Sunday’s 37-13 win over the Lions.
ESPN.com reports: In the first two of what figure to be plenty of fines resulting from last Sunday's Bears-Lions game, sources said the NFL has fined Bears receiver Earl Bennett $10,000 for wearing orange cleats for a second straight week, and also fined Lions defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch $7,500 for hitting Matt Forte while he already was on the ground.
Five weeks after one prominent local columnist suggested the Bears hire the football version of Theo Epstein to replace him, general manager Jerry Angelo is flying high as the architect of one of the hottest teams in the NFL. His veteran leaders who seemingly were on the verge of a precipitous post...
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.
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Bears cornerback D.J. Moore was fined $15,000 for his role in Sunday's scuffle with the Lions.
Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears are clicking on all cylinders right now. Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers are still stranded on the shoulder waiting for 24-hour road service.