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Tight End Bear Pascoe Signs With Chicago Bears

This past Thursday, the Chicago Bears added another tight end to their roster. He is a six-year veteran who stand 6’5” and weighs 257 lbs. His name just happens to be Bear Pascoe. Pascoe was drafted in the 6th round, 184th overall, to the San Francisco 49ers. He played college ball at Fresno State University, where he was a 2 time All-WAC player in 2007 and 2008.He has started...
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7 hours ago  |  Discuss

NFL clears Bears DL Ray McDonald in domestic violence case

Per the Chicago Times, former San Francisco 49ers and current Chicago Bears defensive lineman Ray McDonald will not be punished by the NFL after the league deemed he didn't violate the league’s personal conduct policy stemming from a domestic violence incident last August. Charges were never filed against McDonald due to his arrest on suspicion of felony domestic violence...
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Cutler to Meet Media for First Time Since Last Season

Earlier yesterday morning, it was announced that Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will meet with the media on Tuesday, April 28. Bears insider Adam Hoge noted on Twitter that this will be the first time that Cutler will meet with the media since the end of last season. Jay Cutler will speak to the media after Tuesday's voluntary minicamp practice. First time since the end of...
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10 hours ago  |  Discuss

Bears Super Bowl History Altered By Two Big Draft Misses

There is no such thing as a perfect batting average when it comes to the NFL draft.  Inevitably teams are going to get hits and their going to strikeout.  The trick is to get more hits than misses as often as possible. The Chicago Bears know this better than any other team in league history.  However, their periods of great success in the 1980s and 2000s are less remembered for...
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Report: New Chicago Bears defensive lineman cleared in domestic violence case

The Chicago Bears took a risk when they signed former 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald, given the fact that his status with the league was up in the air stemming from a domestic violence incident. Apparently he’s been cleared of at least part of that problem… AROUND COVER32 Bold Predictions: Ten things that will happen during the first night of the NFL Draft First and 10: The...
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Chicago Bears: Anticipation builds for draft

Bears fans can take solace in the fact the team has a tangible vision for the future, and it starts with the draft. The NFL Draft makes its glorious return to Chicago for the first time in 50 years next week, as Grant Park will host a weekend extravaganza that is the size of 15 football fields. The draft will be held at Auditorium Theatre across the street. Anticipation for the...
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ESPN NFL analyst Jon Gruden says Bears 'should consider looking for a young arm'

ESPN NFL analyst Jon Gruden said that the Bears are handcuffed by quarterback Jay Cutler's contract; however, that shouldn't keep the team from drafting a young signal caller. Gruden isn't sure Cutler can turn it around despite having offensive weapons all around him. "I think Chicago, given the contract that Jay Cutler has, should consider looking for a young arm that has...
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Matt Forte vs. Walter Payton, First Seven Years

As the Chicago Bears prepare for the 2015 season, the discussions about Matt Forte’s contract extension have already started. Forte is 29 years old, entering his eighth season in the NFL. He’ll be the sixth highest paid running back in the league to start the season with a yearly average salary of $7,600,000. This will be the final year of the deal. While the trade talks swirl...
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Chicago Bears 2015-2016 Schedule Released

The official schedule of the 2015-2016 NFL season was released Tuesday, leaving Chicago Bears fans cringing at the sight of the gauntlet ahead of them. The scheduling committee did no favors for first year GM Ryan Pace and Head Coach John Fox.Chicago kicks off the season with a tough three game stretch, beginning on September 13, in a week one home opener against the Green Bay Packers...
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Jay Feely Tells A Depressing Story About Tim Tebow

Jay Feely dished on a wildly depressing Tim Tebow story, calling Tebow the worst quarterback he ever saw in the NFL.
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

The past decade of Chicago Bears drafts, Part 1 of 3: By the numbers

It feels like forever ago that Jerry Angelo was the General Manager of the Chicago Bears. For those emotionally attached to the Monsters of the Midway, that feeling of distant separation is nice. The Phil Emery era was more recent, but the fact that it’s in the past is also a relief for those faithful to Da Bears. As we learned in grade school, however, we must learn what happened...
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Bears Sign TE Bear Pascoe To A One-Year Deal

The Chicago Bears announced Thursday that they’ve signed TE Bear Pascoe to a one-year contract. #Bears have signed (the aptly-named) TE Bear Pascoe to a 1-year contract. — Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) April 23, 2015 Pascoe, 29, appeared in all 16 games for the Falcons, but recorded just two receptions for three yards and a touchdown. The post Bears Sign TE Bear Pascoe To A...
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John Fox says there will be no holdover starters: Jobs will be won 'on the grass'

According to John Mullin of CSN Chicago, coach John Fox said starting position will not be handed out on a silver platter, instead jobs will be won “on the grass.” The team's voluntary veteran minicamp is April 28-30, and that will be the beginning of the evaluation process, in which no one is excluded. “It’s hard to say,” Fox said. “We’re piecing it together and...
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Chicago Bears 2015 NFL schedule

The Chicago Bears will open their 2015 schedule with a home game against division rival Green Bay Packers on Sunday, Sept. 13. The Bears will play two prime-time games in 2015: Monday night, Nov. 9, against the Chargers in San Diego and on Thanksgiving night versus the Packers in Green Bay. Head coach John Fox and coordinators Adam Gase (offense) and Jeff Rodgers (special teams...
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Chicago Bears: Way too early game-by-game predictions

The NFL released its official schedule for the upcoming season for all 32 teams on Tuesday night. So inevitably fans everywhere are analyzing each match up to see how they think their favorite team will fare next season. I am no different in this regard, even though I fully realize that teams could look completely different by the start of the season. The Chicago Bears are a team...
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Packers opener, Thanksgiving night tilt highlight Bears schedule

The Chicago Bears open the 2015 season for the sixth consecutive year at Soldier Field, facing a familiar and formidable foe in the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, September 13. The two rivals renew acquaintances on Thanksgiving night in Green Bay on Thursday, November 26 . Those two matchups are among the highlights in the Bears 2015 schedule that was released [...]
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Packers to retire Favre’s jersey on Thanksgiving against Bears

The time has finally come for the Green Bay Packers to make up with Brett Favre and honor him in one of the best ways possible. According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Packers are scheduled to host the Chicago Bears on Thanksgiving and will place Favre’s jersey on the facade that evening. The team...Read More
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Who Should the Bears Draft in Round One?

View image | The NFL Draft is a little over a week away.  This period of time is incredibly important as teams are assembling their final big boards and figuring out who their primary targets are. During this time, we at Topsportsreport decided that it would be a good idea for us to do a first round mock draft with analysis. Find out which prospect John Miceli...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Bears great Doug Buffone passes away at age 70

Doug Buffone, one of the most underrated and unappreciated players in Chicago Bears history passed away at his Chicago home on Monday. He was 70-years old. Buffone turned in a solid 14-year at Outside Linebacker for the Bears, tying him for second place in team history for games played. He finished with 24 interceptions, tops among Bears linebackers. A fourth-round draft [...]
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Bears linebacker Doug Buffone dies at age 70

One of the most popular Chicago Bears alumni has passed away. Former Bears linebacker Doug Buffone was found dead in his home on Monday morning. He was 70 years old.The Chicago Bears are a team with filled with history and Buffone certainly played a big role in writing it.The Chicago Bears drafted Buffone in the fourth round of the 1966 NFL Draft and he went on to play 15 seasons...
Via Pro Football Spot
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Five questions to ask Ryan Pace and John Fox

With NFL Draft preparations nearing their climax, here are five questions we’d like to ask the Chicago Bears brain trust of Ryan Pace and John Fox. 1. What’s the likelihood the Bears will use their seventh overall pick in a trade? Possible answer: With just six picks, the Bears are more likely to trade down in an effort to stockpile draft [...]
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

5 Bears Who Could Break Out in 2015

View image | Bears fans are going into this year’s draft with a sense of relief and excitement: relief that the previous regime is no longer in control, and excitement about which prospects will be selected. This is the time of year where we count the days in anticipation of the Bears’ pick. We assess dozens of players, read countless articles, and try to forecast...
Via TopSportsReport
6 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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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bears considering trading Cutler, drafting Mariota

Marcus Mariota is a huge wild card as we inch closer to the NFL draft. The former Oregon star has been linked to just about every team in the top half of the draft and a few more beyond that. Have the Chicago Bears emerged as a suitor? According to Jason Cole of Bleacher Report,...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
19 days ago  |  Discuss

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