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Without hesitation or apology Thursday at Halas Hall, Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher admitted again that he would lie about having a concussion to stay in a game. The irony was you admired Urlacher's honesty. In the midst of Chicago's weeklong...
Tags: Sports, Brian Urlacher, Chicago Bears, Jim McMahon, Concussion
The popular joke when the Bears traded for Jay Cutler in 2009 was that they fleeced the Broncos by including two first-round draft picks because such selections were worthless in Chicago. The trade simply spared the Bears the indignity of making even more...
The Hartford CourantWe probably should have guessed the Houston Texans were in trouble when Andre Johnson called the game the biggest in the history of his franchise. We definitely should have guessed the Texans were in trouble when they decided to wear matching letter...
Tribune ReporterDo you feel the Chicago Bears should replace the entire coaching staff after Monday night’s terrible performance? — Jonathan Dyer, San Francisco Lot of questions this week along those lines. I will say this. If Lovie Smith were fighting for...
The Bears made Jason Campbell one of the highest-paid backup quarterbacks in the NFL for situations just like this. They have to be hoping they won't need Campbell's services for an extended period after starter Jay Cutler was knocked out of Sunday...
Tags: Kareem Jackson, Concussion, J.J. Watt, Arian Foster, Football
It's easy to look back on the 2006 draft and wonder what would have happened if the Bears, who had need for a tight end, had picked Owen Daniels in the third round instead of long-gone defensive tackle Dusty Dvoracek. They didn't and Daniels, the...
In his longest stretch on defense of the season, Corey Graham finished Sunday’s 25-15 win against the Cleveland Browns with six tackles. But the cornerback was unable to register an interception or a pass breakup, which contributed to the sixth-year...
Every morning, Monday through Friday, blogger Matt Vensel will hook you up with reading material -- mostly on the Ravens but with some other Baltimore sports stuff, too -- to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday....
Tags: Tim Tebow, Arian Foster, J.J. Watt, Football, Ben Roethlisberger
12th in a 14-part series leading up to the start of Bears training camp. It was not until the eighthgame last year, a Monday nighter in Philadelphia on Nov. 7, that the Bears started the same player at strong safety in consecutive games. One year...
Tags: Sports, Chicago Bears, Chicago Tribune, Major Wright, Football
The Houston Texans are, in many ways, a different team than the one the Ravens prepared for when they hosted them back in Week 6. But the fact that the Texans will return to M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday, Jan. 15 for an AFC Divisional Round game speaks...
Tags: Arian Foster, J.J. Watt, Football, Mario Williams, Terrell Suggs
Having lost their starting quarterback and their highest-paid defensive player in the middle of the season, the Houston Texans are arguably the unlikeliest team left in the NFL's final eight. But the Ravens say they aren't surprised by the 11-6 Texans,...
Tags: Antonio Smith, J.J. Watt, Football, DeMeco Ryans, Mario Williams
They have played together for so long that certain things become expected. So even after a regular season in which Ed Reed had just one interception in his final 15 games, Ray Lewis felt it coming, simply because he's seen it so many times before. As the...
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