Chicago Bears Football – The Chicago Bears have a lot of decisions to make in the off-season about who to keep, who to let go and who to draft. One of those discussions has to be about the future of the backup running back Michael Bush.
Michael Bush Isn’t Cutting It
In 2014 Michael Bush is going to take up just under $4 million in cap space. He has been a productive player in...
Oh how injuries make a man cry, no not the hurt guy, this guy….ME! I’m a Bronco fan, been one since Elway was still at Stanford. My uncle has been a season ticket holder since the team was born in 1960 and my dad went to their first game ever, an exhibition over summer vacation as a teenager. I cry because Montee Ball scares the crap out of me. He could finish the day with 90...
Bear Report goes 1-on-1 with Bears undrafted rookie running back Michael Ford, who could be on the verge of making Chicago’s final 53-man roster.
Rookie running back Michael Ford has been battling for a roster since landing in the windy city on April 28.
Now with Armando Allen week-to-week with a hamstring injury, Ford has a big chance to carve out a permanent place with the Chicago Bears.
The 5'10", 216 pounder went undrafted out of LSU this year. The Bears were excited to add him to the mix because of his speed...
With the opening of Chicago Bears training camp just days away, let’s take a look at five “under the radar” prospects who, with some luck and under the right circumstances, could crack the Bears final 53 man roster. 1. Michael Ford, RB…the undrafted rookie free agent from LSU offers the Bears something they don’t have. Pure speed to the edge. [...]
We take an in-depth look at the competition for the Chicago Bears' third running back position, featuring third-year player Armando Allen and undrafted rookie Michael Ford.
Bear Report goes 1-on-1 with Chicago Bears running back Michael Ford, who was impressive in rookie minicamp both as a ball carrier and kick returner.