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Chicago Bears Wild Cards Who Could Steal A Starting Spot

Coaches may not affirm anything yet, but smart money says most of the starting jobs across the Chicago Bears roster are already spoken for.  Jay Cutler will be the quarterback.  Matt Forte will be the running back.  Kyle Long will be the right guard and so on down the line.  However, like with every other team there are some positions that are up for grabs, and with a new coaching...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago's Matt Forte to host third annual youth football camp

Young athletes will have the chance to learn from none other than Chicago Bears star running back Matt Forte next month. He's hosting the third annual Matt Forte Football ProCamp in Addison, Ill., on June 13-14, the Bears website announced. Campers from Grades 1-8 will learn "fundamental football skills" at Forte's event. And no one leaves empty-handed. In addition to interacting...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Forte Tagged As Perfect Dallas Cowboys Trade Target

For the past month or so all anybody can talk about regarding the Dallas Cowboys was their lack of action is trying to replace NFL rushing champion DeMarco Murray after left in free agency to join the Philadelphia Eagles.  Their biggest addition was Darren McFadden, the former top 10 pick who never really got off the ground in Oakland, suffering a series of injury setbacks. That...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys Looking to Trade for Bears RB Matt Forte?

The Cowboys are not sold on Darren McFadden as their top running back. I repeat: the Cowboys are not sold on Darren McFadden as their starting running back heading into 2015.That's not breaking news to anyone as rumors continue to abound that the Cowboys are still looking to add another runner to a crowded backfield.Chris Johnson has lobbied to be added to the Cowboys offense. If...
Via Pro Football Spot
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears make scouting hires official

Ryan Pace is quickly building a staff that will mold a competitive team, and they could be on a faster track to that goal than one might think. Chicago Bears poach scouts from Broncos, Ravens Earlier Friday, the Chicago Bears GM hired Anthony “Champ” Kelly as director of pro scouting, Joe Douglas as director of college scouting and Christopher Prescott as an area scout. Kelly...
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Expert Warns Bears Will Regret Passing On Rookie Running Back

Not every pick made by the Chicago Bears in the NFL draft was going to earn lots of praise from the expert legions.  That came to pass soon enough when Bleacher Report released an extensive piece detailing a singular player every team will likely regret not taking when they had the chance. For Chicago, the name that turned up was Boise State running back Jay Ajayi. “Matt Forte is...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

The past decade of Chicago Bears drafts: Their best picks

With the NFL Draft being just a day away and in The Windy City, I’ll conclude this three-part segment by casting some positive light on the Chicago Bears organization. Despite not winning a Super Bowl and not meeting expectations for several seasons, it hasn’t all been bad. This sliver of encouragement can be partially attributed to the front office for making a few decent draft...
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Forte defends missing Bears voluntary workouts

While we shouldn’t read too much into this, it’s still something to keep an eye on moving forward. Having to deal with his third coaching staff in four years, Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte was a no-show for the team’s first voluntary workouts of the spring. Forte, who is working out on his own, apparently informed the Bears that he wouldn’t be on hand with the rest...
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April 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears: Pace adds former Falcons RB Rodgers

Ryan Pace is certainly taking advantage of one-year, “prove-it” type deals. Jacquizz Rodgers It was announced Tuesday the Chicago Bears have signed former Atlanta Falcons running back Jacquizz Rodgers to a one-year deal. This is the 10th free-agent signing for the team since early March and seventh to be signed to a one-year deal. Pace and director of player personnel Josh...
March 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Matt Forte on Bears' woes: 'Whatever happens .... happens'

The Chicago Bears took a beating once again on Monday Night Football, losing 31-15 to the New Orleans Saints. With the whole team feeling completely defeated at this point in the season, Bears’ workhorse running back Matt Forte had this to comment about the team’s woes (via I’m here to play football and be coached and be coachable. Whatever happens … happens...
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December 16, 2014  |  Discuss

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