We told you in March that Chicago Bears linebacker Khaseem Greene switched to No. 52 for his second NFL season in tribute to former Rutgers teammate Eric LeGrand, who was paralyzed from the neck down during a 2010 game.
Greene and LeGrand remain close from their days as roommates at Rutgers. Greene has LeGrand's "Believe" motto and the No. 52 tattooed on his left leg...
Chicago Bears second year linebacker and former Rutgers Scarlet Knight, Khaseem Green, probably doesn’t need too much motivation trying while he’s trying to solidify a job this upcoming season, but, if he does feel the urge for a little extra he won’t need to search too far.
According to the Bears official website, Green will wear number 52, in honor of his college teammate...
Chicago Bears Football - Khaseem Greene tweeted out on Monday night that he will be changing his number to ’52′ in honor of former Rutgers teammate Eric LeGrand. LeGrand wore number ’52′ for Rutgers and was paralyzed on the field while making a tackle vs Army in a 2010 game.
Eric LeGrand Injury Video
Eric LeGrand’s jersey number was retired by Rutgers University and...
Chicago Bears rookie LB Khaseem Greene was right in the middle of Monday night's defense and made the tackles he was in position to make in his NFL debut at linebacker. Greene had four tackles and felt comfortable in his debut as a starter.
The Chicago Bears can win this game tonight. I honestly feel that the injuries are going to hurt the Bears but they can still pull off a victory. If they fill these three needs they can win the game. Stop the running game: if the Bears two rookies Jon Bostic and Khaseem Greene can step […]
When you look at the Green Bay Packers roster and the Chicago Bears roster, you can almost make an entire football team full of starters. The Bears are going to be forced to start both Jon Bostic and Khaseem Greene at linebacker against the banged up Packers. Greene will have some huge shoes to fill […]
Bears rookie linebacker Khaseem Greene is looking to build on last week’s preseason opener, a game in which he showed very well on defense and special teams.
Bears second-round linebacker Khaseem Greene got his first taste of NFL action today at rookie minicamp, working alongside fellow draft pick Jon Bostic with the first-team linebackers.
At Bear Report, when we want to know about a player, we go to the film to find answers. To that end, we break down in detail the collegiate tape of Bears fourth-round linebacker Khaseem Greene.
For Chicago Bears fourth-round linebacker Khaseem Greene, achieving his NFL dream puts him in a position to continue supporting his family, which includes 11 younger siblings.