Category: Bears

$10 Million dollar in a day, not too shabby

Golf Invisibly Crowns $10m Champ While NFL Mayhem Dominates

Hidden by the hullabaloo that was week 3 of the NFL was the fact that golf crowned a champion.  Brandt Snedeker’s name might not be as familiar as Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson or Luke Donald but his $10 million payday deserves a lot more attention than it got.  While most of the planet was glued to the debacle that was poorly-reffed, too-long, mayhem football games, […]

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Bears v. Rams Week 2 Preview

Two 1-1 teams will battle it out on Sunday in expected cool weather, which usually doesn’t bode well for dome teams traveling to cool weather climates. Additional considerations are that this is St. Louis’ first outdoor game, and they don’t have Steven Jackson at 100%. Bears currently are favored by 7 heading into the 12pm showdown.

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Bears Head To Lambeau

Chicago takes on NFC North rival Green Bay on Thursday Night Football in a game with huge early division and conference implications.

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Proved to be worth the price of admission

Bad Luck Brings Bears Win

The Chicago Bears season started a bit slowly yesterday afternoon but picked up speed and when all was said and done Jay Cutler’s mile high connection led to a strangely underwhelmning 20-point win. But the Brandon Marshall reformation project was a booming success – he finished the day with 119 receiving yards on 9 catches – and if the Bears have any type of Super […]

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3rd string back shined in limited action after Forte went down, was cut due to salary

NFL Makes The Cut

Today is one of the most important days for NFL teams as they trim their rosters down to 53 by the 9:00 p.m. deadline.  Team rosters currently stand at 75 players, which means that league-wide 736 players will be cut and lose their jobs.  Teams assess their strengths and weaknesses in order to assess needed depth, and paring a team down to the final roster makes […]

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Makes Bronco Debut Tonight at Soldier Field

Bears V. Broncos – Return of the Prodigal Brother

Chicago welcomes Peyton Manning back to the NFL tonight when the Bears host the Denver Broncos at Soldier Field in the first pre-season game of the year. Manning was out all of last year due to a series of neck issues that caused him to have surgeries to repair the problem. As a result of his season-long absence the Indianapolis Colts suffered a […]

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Bears Trade for DT Depth

Bears Trade for DT Depth

The Bears have sent a 7th Round Pick to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Brian Price, a second year player from UCLA. Price had recently become available after he was involved in a skirmish with top pick Mark Barron during a training camp drill. Lovie Smith has addressed the situation as saying you can never have enough defensive line help, […]

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Bears love Lovie

Bears love Lovie

The Bears and coach Lovie Smith agreed to a two-year contract extension that will keep smith as the head coach of the Bears through the 2013 season the Bears announced Friday. In a recent Chicago Tribune article, Smith said that the Bears have a lot of work to do if they want to keep up with the Super Bowl Champion […]

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Bears Eliminate Seahawks from Post Season

“Sea ya!” read one fan’s poster as the Chicago Bears won the NFC Divisional Playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks. Chicago fans were already beginning to think ahead to the possible game against the Green Bay Packers during the first quarter, when Greg Olsen took a 58-yard pass from Jay Cutler to the house, within the first 3 minutes.

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Bears clinch more than just a win

They may have fumbled a few footballs this season but the  Chicago Bears have secured their grip on the NFC North title after a win over the Minnesota Vikings Monday night.

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