After a costly loss to the Detroit Lions that saw them lose the game in addition to quarterback Jay Cutler and cornerback Charles Tillman, the Chicago Bears are in a tough spot. They currently sit at 5-4, one game out of the playoffs, and now need to go on a late-season run minus their starting […]The post Chicago Bears look to bounce back against Baltimore Ravens by Jon Vander...
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Another one bites the dust on the Bears’ defense. Before the season, the Bears had 6 above average or better starters, Julius Peppers, Henry Melton, Lance Briggs, Tim Jennings, Charles Tillman, and Major Wright. Henry Melton is already out for the season. Charles Tillman is now out until the playoffs, if they can make them. Lance Briggs is out indefinitely...
The injuries of Jay Cutler and Charles Tillman have been discussed at length on Chicago radio airwaves and in newspapers all week. And rightfully so.
Cutler is the Bears’ starting quarterback, and Tillman is arguably the best cornerback in franchise history that may have played his last game as a Bear.
But Thanksgiving is approaching, it’s only snowed once so far in the Windy...
Today the Chicago Bears worked out former Oakland Raiders cornerback Joselio Hanson, He was cut during the final cuts and has been working out for several teams. The Bears are looking for depth after Charles Tillman (triceps) was lost to short-term injured reserve Tuesday. Hanson is a 32-year-old slot corner.
The Chicago Bears have placed Charles Tillman on injured reserve with the designation to return because of what team doctors initially diagnosed as a torn right triceps sustained in the second half of Sunday’s 21-19 loss to the Detroit Lions. The initial belief is that Tillman’s injury will not require surgery, but the cornerback is being evaluated and is scheduled […]
If the Chicago Bears are going to make a playoff run, it will be without cornerback Charles Tillman and possibly quarterback Jay Cutler.
Cutler, who left Sunday's 21-19 loss to the Detroit Lions, has a high left ankle sprain and will miss Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens. He is listed as week to week by the team and Josh McCown will start.
"This is a week...
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November 11, 2013
CHICAGO– It’s a bad time to be a Chicago Bear fan, or player for that matter. The injuries continue to pile up for the Bears, as quarterback Jay Cutler, who just returned from a groin injury, is out for next week against the Baltimore Ravens, with a high ankle sprain. Cutler left the game in […]
In a season filled with key injuries, the Chicago Bears were hit again Monday with the news that quarterback Jay Cutler will miss the upcoming game with the Baltimore Ravens due to a high ankle sprain he suffered in Sunday’s loss to Detroit. Meanwhile, one of the few Bears contributors on defense, CB Charles Tillman, is shelved with a tricep [...]
The Chicago Bears say quarterback Jay Cutler has a high ankle sprain and top cornerback Charles Tillman will be out for the next two months with a triceps injury.
Cutler is considered week to week with the injury, which typically takes several weeks to recover from.
Cutler missed a game with a groin injury, but returned for Sunday's 21-19 loss to the Detroit Lions. He left...
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November 11, 2013
After being placed on injured reserve today with a triceps injury, long-time Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman may have played his last snap in the Windy City.
Charles Tillman, the Chicago Bears standout cornerback, will miss the remainder of the 2013 season due to a torn triceps, per the Chicago Tribune. Tillman suffered the injury in Sunday’s 21-19 loss to the Detroit Lions. Chicago (5-4) is placing Tillman on IR with a designation to return in eight weeks, meaning he could be available for the team...
The Chicago Bears plan on placing cornerback Charles Tillman on temporary injured reserve after he suffered a triceps injury during Sunday’s loss to the Lions.
Charles Tillman going on IR designated to return with tricpes injury. Can practice in six weeks, eligible to play in 8 weeks.
— Jeff Dickerson (@ESPNChiBears) November 11, 2013
This means Tillman won’t be able to play...
Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman has been placed on injured reserve/designated to return due to a triceps injury.
Chicago cornerback Charles "Peanut" Tillman has been placed on injured reserve/designated to return which will end his regular season.Fantasy Spin:Tillman has a triceps injury. He can start practicing again in six weeks and play in eight which would make him eligible if the Bears can make the playoffs. He's one of the league's best at stripping ball carriers and...
The Chicago Bears announced on Monday that CB Charles Tillman suffered triceps injury during Sunday’s loss to the Lions and will subsequently be placed on injured reserve with designation to return.
Tillman can’t rejoin the Bears until eight weeks from now, so their secondary will need to step up without one of their best defensive players.
Tillman, 32, is in the final year...
Injuries are piling up in the NFL.
Charles Tillman's season is over with a triceps injury, unless Bears make playoffs. Again, headed for IR with designation to return.
— Dan Wiederer (@danwiederer) November 11, 2013
Bears cornerback Charles Tillman will play, as will Packers receiver James Jones, plus the full list of inactives for Monday Night Football below.
The Chicago Bears have listed cornerback Charles Tillman (knee) as probable for Monday night’s game against the Packers.
Wide receiver Joe Anderson (abdomen) questionable, linebacker Lance Briggs (shoulder) out, linebacker Blake Costanzo (knee) probable, quarterback Jay Cutler (groin) out, safety Major Wright (knee) probable.
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Chicago Bears Pro Bowl cornerback Charles Tillman says he’s not happy about giving up historically high point totals to opposing offenses, although he believes there’s still hope.
The Chicago Bears (4-3) just enjoyed their bye week, but things didn’t change much in their time off. Cornerback Charles Tillman (knee) is still not practicing and has been listed as Questionable to play. Quarterback Jay Cutler (groin) and linebacker Lance Briggs (shoulder) are still out for a few weeks. Defensive tackles Henry Melton and […]The post Chicago Bears stumble out...
Charles Tillman is so good, you take him for granted. Even during an 11-year career as a member of some of the fiercest defenses in NFL history, his consistent production and greatness are rarely recognized outside of Chicago.
“Peanut” owns the Bears’ career records for defensive touchdowns (9), interceptions returned for touchdowns (8) and forced fumbles (39). Thanks to his...
Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman and tight end Martellus Bennett are questionable for Sunday's game at Washington.
Both were limited in practice on Friday because of knee problems.
The Bears elevated linebacker Jerry Franklin to the active roster from the practice squad and placed middle linebacker D.J. Williams on injured reserve. Williams, signed in the offseason...
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October 18, 2013
Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman is expected to start Sunday’s road game against the Washington Redskins. Tillman was held out of practice Wednesday, and has been dealing with a knee injury for a month. The two-time Pro Bowler missed last Thursday night’s win over the New York Giants, snapping a streak of 53 consecutive starts. “We’re going to ease him in this...
Charles Tillman missed last week’s game with a right knee injury but the Bears “expect” him to play Sunday in Washington D.C. coach Marc Trestman said Wednesday.
The cornerback didn’t practice Tuesday. Tight end Martellus Bennett (shoulder) was limited.
Trestman said defensive tackle Stephen Paea (turf toe) and linebacker James Anderson (lower back) practiced and “looked good.”
It wasn’t easy, and it was painful to watch, but a win is a win. The Chicago Bears are happy to be sitting at 4-2 today after defeating the New York Giants 27-21. Starting cornerback Charles Tillman sat out with what was described as as “lingering knee issue.” Chicago suited up only three defensive tackles […]The post Chicago Bears eke out ugly win over New York Giants, 27...