Brian Urlacher could miss the remainder of the season with a hamstring injury. The Bears responded yesterday by re-sigining Dom DeCicco, a player who could eventually replace Urlacher.
The Bears signed linebacker Dom DeCicco to the 53-man roster Tuesday, bringing back a player who had been released three months prior with an injury settlement, according to a Chicago Tribune report. The signing suggests that the team expects to be without linebacker Brian Urlacher for Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings. Urlacher hurt his right hamstring during overtime...
The Chicago Bears made a number of roster moves today, which includes signing Dom DeCicco and waiving Patrick Trahan.
The Bear released second-year middle linebacker Dom DeCicco today, perhaps ending what was once a promising future for the former undrafted free agent.
DeCicco suffered a sports hernia injury during the first preseason game of the 2012 season and was unable to return to practice as a result.
The Bears will likely reach an injury settlement with DeCicco which means he won'...
The Chicago Bears made three roster moves today, waiving injured players Rashied Davis and Dom DeCicco, and re-signing wide receiver Terriun Crump, whom the team cut on Sunday.
On the eve of the exhibition finale in Cleveland, the Chicago Bears made a pair of roster moves on Wednesday and are expected to announce another soon. The Bears released injured linebacker Dom DeCicco. The second-year man from Pittsburgh made the club last year as an undrafted free agent. He was second on the team in special teams tackles with [...]
Bear Report radio talks about the Bears' wide receivers, a one on one with Dom DeCicco and the training camp battle on tap at the strong safety position.
Brian Urlacher is absolutely irreplaceable, even if a linebacker that's still in college is a top five pick in the NFL draft in the next decade, there's a 95% chance he won't be as good as the future hall of famer. Urlacher is the face of the franchise, one of the all-time greats and when he retires the void in Chicago will be one that may NEVER be filled.