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SAN DIEGO — A collision along the sideline with Chargers linebacker Kevin Burnett was the last snap Jay Cutler got Saturday night at Qualcomm Stadium. Whether the Bears wanted to pull their quarterback after only one series to preserve him or...
Tags: Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears, Sports, Johnny Knox, Football
Tribune staff reporterAfter compiling the most rushing yards for a Bears rookie in a debut, Matt Forte calmly sat down at his locker, oblivious to the hype surrounding his 123-yard, one-touchdown performance. "I'm glad we won, but I'm not going to go crazy over it," Forte...
Tribune reporterAlex Brown wasn't ashamed to admit it. The Bears defensive end was too curious not to notice what was happening in Sunday's Vikings-Lions game. "We peeked up every now and then at the scoreboard," Brown said. "But we had to make sure we took care of our...
ChicagoSports.comWe heard all preseason about the Bears' offense opening up. Devin Hester. Greg Olsen. Mark Bradley. Garrett Wolfe as a speed option out of the backfield. So here we are after Week 1 and we can count the number of snaps they played on one hand. Sure,...
Before the gospel according to Tommie began Thursday, Bears defensive tackle Tommie Harris made a point to replace his knit cap with a blue headband that had "Psalms 91'' stitched in orange letters. It was the same headband Olin Kreutz was wearing on the...
Tribune staff reporterThomas Jones got his 1,300 yards. The defense failed to get its franchise record or even hold its No. 1 ranking for yards allowed. And offensive lineman Lennie Friedman took snaps at defensive tackle. That's all you need to know about the Bears' 34-10...
Tags: Sports, Rex Grossman, Football, Lovie Smith, Adrian Peterson
Tribune staff reporterWhether or not it was a preview of the NFC championship game as some speculate remains to be seen. And the Bears don't view themselves as the NFC champions despite crushing the defending champion Seattle Seahawks 37-6 Sunday night. But the Bears finished...
Tribune staff reportersFrom huge factories to small hotels, restaurants and supermarkets, many employers who support immigrants' rights plan to give employees Monday off so they can join the national rallies that day. "We think this is critically important," said Gilberto...
Tags: Pilsen, Politics, Mexico, Career and Workplace, Restaurants
The offensive line clearly has been a major reason the Bears are 6-3. Do the coaches divulge which starters have graded out the highest from week to week? What direction do you see the team going at guard for next year with Roberto Garza and Terrence...
Tags: Sports, Rex Grossman, Football, Ruben Brown, Adrian Peterson
Tribune staff reporterLast time he heard boos. This time, not so much. Rex Grossman led the Bears to a 34-7 thrashing of the Detroit Lions in the home opener Sunday by going 20-for-27 with 289 yards and four touchdowns. Tribune staff reporter John Mullin breaks down the...
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