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It was not a performance that offered conclusive answers when it comes to Jay Cutler, his line and the Bears offense. But the Bears are in no position to worry themselves with style points. Ten days after a meltdown of more than just the offense at...
What should not be lost in the potential return of Matt Forte for Monday night's game in Arlington, Texas, is the contribution he brings the passing game. Despite missing the Rams game with a sprained right ankle, Forte ranks third on the team with seven...
Lovie Smith said Matt Forte has made progress with his sprained right ankle. But Forte did not practice all week and has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Rams at Soldier Field. Both teams could be without their top backs as Steven Jackson...
|TV SPORTS| |SUNDAY| NFL Football--Kansas City Chiefs at New Orleans Saints, Noon (CBS); San Francisco 49ers at Minnesota Vikings, Noon (FOX); Houston Texans at Denver Broncos, 3:25 p.m. (CBS); New England Patriots at Baltimore Ravens, 7:20 p.m. (NBC)...
J'Marcus Webb had trouble stopping Rams pass rusher Robert Quinn a handful of times Sunday. Fortunately, Webb's missteps weren't as noticeable after a victory. The left tackle got some much-needed help as offensive coordinator Mike Tice opted not to...
Chicago Bears defensive end Julius Peppers was one of two players held out of practice Wednesday as the team continued preparation for the St. Louis Rams. Peppers showed up on the injury report with a foot injury. Coach Lovie Smith said Peppers' foot...
Tags: Sports, Football, Steven Jackson, Feet, Plantar Fasciitis
Bears defensive back D.J. Moore wasn't surprised when Lovie Smith chastised him over comments he made related to Jay Cutler's tirade against and shoving of J'Marcus Webb. Moore said the coach pulled him aside as the two crossed paths inside Halas Hall....
Tags: Sports, Steven Jackson, Football, D.J. Moore, Plantar Fasciitis
The problem with the Bears offense in Thursday night's 23-10 loss to the Packers wasn't that pass rushers outnumbered pass protectors. It was that the rushers were superior to the protectors, and the extra blockers often were not where they were needed....
Tags: Football, Sports, Brandon Marshall, D.J. Smith, Adam Podlesh
Life is good for Gabe Carimi. The Bears right tackle had a strong outing in the season opener against the Colts; a performance worthy of a game ball from his teammates. Any lingering concerns about his surgically repaired right knee vanished as the...
Tags: Football, Sports, Charles Woodson, Mike Tice, Jay Cutler
1. Not up for prime time It didn't take long in a nationally televised game for pundits to fire on Jay Cutler. That is what happens when you don't throw touchdowns but do fire daggers at teammates with stare-downs and scowls. The most heat Cutler has...
Tags: Brandon Marshall, Football, Sports, Mike Martz, Chicago Bears
Tribune reporterGREEN BAY -- The coaching adage is that a team is never as good as it might look in a victory and never as bad as it might appear in a defeat. Keeping that in mind, we’ll try to maintain perspective with 10 thoughts coming out of another ugly loss...
Jay Cutler was speaking honestly. Maybe that’s why it was so jarring. On the first “Jay Day’’ of the regular season, Cutler stepped to the podium at Halas Hall on Wednesday and said, yeah, the Bears have all kinds of shiny new...
Tags: Football, Sports, Indianapolis Colts, Mike Tice, Chicago Bears
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