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John Fox says Jay Cutler the starter but declares job an ‘an open competition’

New Chicago Bears head coach John Fox arguably was talking out of both sides of his mouth when he said Jay Cutler is the team’s presumptive starting quarterback but then said the job will be decided by “an open competition.” Fox made the comments regarding the Bears’ quarterback position on Wednesday while speaking with reporters...Read More The post John Fox says Jay Cutler...
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Did Chicago Bears head coach John Fox really call wide receiver Alshon Jeffery fat?

The Chicago Bears have a whole lot riding on wide receiver Alshon Jeffery, now that Brandon Marshall is out of the picture and Jeffery looks to be the new number one. New head coach John Fox wants to make sure that they use Jeffery as well as possible, which is why he wants him to shed a few pounds… AROUND COVER32 QB Rankings: All 32 NFL starters, rated by how fun they’d be...
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7 Signs John Fox Is Right For The Chicago Bears

A lot of people wondered why Ryan Pace, so short into his stint as the new general manager of the Chicago Bears didn’t at least do a little more exploring instead of swiftly making a deal with former Broncos head coach John Fox as soon as he became available a few months ago. Rex Ryan admitted during an interview that he was surprised the Bears never even called him, especially...
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John Fox Is A Shea McClellin Fan

Considering the disaster known as “The Trestman-Emery Era in Chicago,” Shea McClellin may never be thought of as first round talent no matter what happens moving forward. That being said, there’s still hope for the young buck – one more year of hope. McClellin is set to become a unrestricted free agent in 2016, leaving him one season with the new regime to finally prove...
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Chicago Bears to sign defensive end Jarvis Jenkins to one-year deal

The defensive rebuild continues for the Chicago Bears. #Bears have agreed to terms with DE Jarvis Jenkins on a 1-year contract. It will be official after he passes his physical later today. — Brad Biggs (@BradBiggs) March 24, 2015 The Bears are also in play for free-agent linebacker Mason Foster, with whom Jenkins has been exchanging messages via Twitter. Such as it is in today’s...
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PHOTO: New Bears head coach John Fox drinks like a true Chicagoan

I have doubts about new head coach John Fox’s ability to turn the Chicago Bears around, but at least now we know that he can drink like a true Chicagoan… AROUND COVER32 First and 10: The 10 best value free agent signings so far in 2015 Bold Predictions: Five things that will happen during the second wave of NFL free agency Check out this photo that’s circulating the interwebs...
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John Fox lavishes praise on Jimmy Clausen, clearly still isn’t sold on Jay Cutler

A day after Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace publicly confirmed previous reports that Jay Cutler will be the team’s starting quarterback next season, John Fox chose not to discuss the team’s presumed starter and instead lavished praise upon his assumed backup. The Bears head coach spoke at length about Jimmy Clausen. Prefacing his comments...Read More The post John Fox...
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Chicago Bears: LB McPhee to sign with Bears Tuesday

Bears GM Ryan Pace The first big splash in Ryan Pace’s tenure was trading Brandon Marshall. The second could possibly be completed before the start of the league year. According to multiple sources, the Chicago Bears have agreed in principle to a five-year, $40 million deal with former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Pernell McPhee. Chicago Bears going younger on defense with McPhee...
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Chicago Bears: In necessary move, Bears and Marshall part ways

After three seasons with the Chicago Bears, wideout Brandon Marshall has worn out his welcome in the Windy City. The team agreed to trade Marshall to the New York Jets for a fifth-round pick, pending a physical. While his production in a Bears uniform cannot be questioned, his well-documented off the field issues were too much for the new regime of Ryan Pace and John Fox. Earlier...
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Chicago Bears: Prep work intensifies as draft nears

Transitioning from a 4-3 defense to a 3-4 is no easy task, but defensive coordinator Vic Fangio will make an enormous impact from the get-go. That being said, the prep work for head coach John Fox and newly-minted GM Ryan Pace is only intensifying with exactly a month until Draft day, and frankly the work is only made harder with not a lot of talent on the defensive side to get...
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