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McDonald’s Tweets Pic of Kyle Long, Chicago Fans Refuse To Believe It

By now everyone has seen the new McDonald’s commercial that features a cartoon Bears fan accepting the last french fry from a Packers fan, but that’s just fiction right? A recent article from Sports Mockery entitled “Dear McDonald’s, Nobody From Chicago Wants To Be Friends With Packers Fans” got an overwhelming sense of approval from the Chicago fan base. Still think it’s...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

The Chicago Bears are fighting on Twitter

The Chicago Bears showed little fight on the football field all season. Apparently, some of the players were saving their energy to engage in a Twitter brawl. Offensive lineman Kyle Long and tight end Martellus Bennett came to virtual blows on Sunday, according to David Just of the Chicago Sun-Times. The entire thing began after Bennett decided to unfollow Long on Twitter, leading...
Via Awful Announcing
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Bears teammates in Twitter fight over unfollow

Twitterverse. It’s a place where brain cells go to die. Chicago Bears teammates Martellus Bennett and Kyle Long engaged in a beef over one unfollowing (like becoming a friend with someone on Facebook for those of you still in 2006) the other. Here’s how it started. I'm afraid I have to reciprocate your act. You have been unfollowed @MartysaurusRex — Kyle Long (@Ky1eLong...
Via Sportsnaut
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears: Accorsi will help find team identity

Earlier this week, the Chicago Bears hired Ernie Accorsi to oversee the team’s search for a head coach and general manager. Coming off his second straight Pro Bowl nomination, Kyle Long was quoted as saying the right coach for the team is one who instills an identity, and that opponents should fear playing them. Long isn’t far off at all in his comments, and Accorsi is the right...
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears right guard Kyle Long reveals his ambitious plans for the offseason

Now that the season is officially over, it’s time for the Chicago Bears to get back to work and make plans for how to improve before training camp begins. Right guard Kyle Long took to Instagram yesterday to announce his ambitious plans for staying in shape:   We can’t all be President some day.   You may also be interested in: Chicago Bears right guard Kyle Long reveals...
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December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Kyle Long Describes What The “Right Coach” For The Bears Should Be Like

There is a lot of changes going on for the Chicago Bears today. First Emery and Trestman were fired and then Ted Phillips is going to be moved within the organization. So with all this going on Kyle Long, fresh off making his second consecutive Pro-Bowl, gave his thoughts and what the “right coach” for the Bears should be like. Great quote from @Ky1eLong on “the right coach”...
Via Sports Mockery
December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Kyle Long Offers Alternate Solution To Chicago Bears QB Problem

After being voted to his second Pro Bowl in two seasons, Kyle Long remains the only bright spot in a dreadful Bears season. He is the only member of the Chicago Bears to make two consecutive Pro Bowls since Devin Hester. #Bears guard Kyle Long has been voted to Pro Bowl; he's first Bears player to make it in first two NFL seasons since Devin Hester. — Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears...
Via Sports Mockery
December 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Kyle Long Bears Pro Bowl representative

In a season with few highlights and less individual accomplishments, Chicago Bears second-year guard Kyle Long can take solace with his standing amongst his peers. Long was named to his second straight Pro Bowl appearance on Tuesday. The Bears official press release is below: Chicago Bears second-year G Kyle Long was named to his second consecutive Pro Bowl today and is [...]
Via Bears Claws
December 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Bears’ Kyle Long got a bit embarrassed by his father, Howie (Photo)

Chicago Bears guard Kyle Long got a bit embarrassed when his father, FOX NFL Sunday analyst Howie Long, unexpectedly showed up before the Bears played the New England Patriots on Sunday. Howie Long wasn’t there in person. He was live on FOX and appeared on the Jumbotron inside Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. That prompted Kyle Long to tweet this photo and caption:  
Via Speleb
October 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Kyle Long calls out Bears fans, says booing team is ‘unacceptable’

The Chicago Bears played arguably their worst game of the season in suffering a 27-14 loss at Soldier Field to the Miami Dolphins. And things reportedly got ugly after the game. Brandon Marshall had some words for Jay Cutler, and Kyle Long called out Bears fans for how they reacted to the home loss. Things got ugly in the Bears locker room. Players were yelling and pulled apart...
Via The Sports Daily
October 19, 2014  |  Discuss

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