The Chicago Bears have waived 17 players, including TE Fendi Onobun and RB Armando Allen. The full list of cuts is below.
We take an in-depth look at the competition for the Chicago Bears' third running back position, featuring third-year player Armando Allen and undrafted rookie Michael Ford.
Armando Allen, a Notre Dame graduate, is the only Chicago Bears player to play for either team in the BCS Championship game. We sat down with Allen to get his thoughts on tonight’s game.
Chicago Bears running back Armando Allen, the team’s third running back, is carving out a niche on offense, while also serving a large role on special teams.
On the eve of Sunday’s regular season opener against the Indianapolis Colts, the Chicago Bears made a series of roster moves. The Bears placed injured running back Lorenzo Booker on injured reserve. The veteran running back had won a roster spot with his play during the preseason, but suffered an apparent concussion during the exhibition finale at Cleveland. Armando Allen [...]
The Chicago Bears elevated running back Armando Allen from the practice squad to the active roster, waived linebacker Patrick Trahan and terminated the contract of vested veteran running back Lorenzo Booker, the team announced Saturday. Allen played in two games for the Bears last year with 15 carries for 48 yards. He spent the rest of the season on the practice squad.Trahan appeared...
Kahlil Bell played well for the Chicago Bears last year, and Armando Allen played in two games for the Bears. Where Bell comes up short is holding on to the football and it puts him squarely on the hot seat.
Allen on the other hand is a dynamic player who is definitely pushing Bell for the third string RB spot. Allen was mentioned by Mike Tice during the OTAs and mini-camp and...
The Bears wrapped up their second day in pads and fourth practice overall in Bourbannais on Sunday afternoon in front of another enthusiastic crowd.
Julius Peppers participated in individual drills but received a veteran's day off during seven on seven and 11 on 11 action.
On the day the offense did not execute very well in the passing game but there seemed to be a strong emphasis...
Towards the end of the 2011 season Bears fans got a very good look at running backs Kahlil Bell and Armando Allen.
Bell had been wearing the blue & orange since 2009. He was signed to the Bears primarily as a special teamer when Garrett Wolfe went on the injured list.
His flashes of brilliance that year were good enough to keep him on board for 2010 and he managed to work his...
All Armando Allen wants for Christmas is to make his NFL debut Sunday night in Green Bay, and it appears that the Bears running back may very well get that chance.