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WatchdogHappy 20th anniversary to ESPN's "Sports Reporters." The show came after the late, great "Sportswriters on TV," featuring a bunch of grouchy Chicago scribes, but ESPN's version was pioneering in its own right. I was going to mention this in......
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears' foundationrunning the ballcracked severely in their 25-7 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, one of the NFL's poorest run-stopping teams. The Bears' top rusher was backup quarterback Henry Burris, who scrambled for 19 yards in two series of...
It became clear this week that Bears quarterback Jim Miller may have started his last game this season. Miller will see a specialist next week for further evaluation of the shoulder and elbow tendinitis that has knocked him out of the starting lineup...
Tribune staff reporterSuccess in NFL exhibition games cannot be judged by conventional criteria. That is, were any key players injured? Did the rookies embarrass themselves? Did coaches learn anything? And, oh, yeah, did the team win? By those standards, the Bears had an...
Tribune staff reporterDez White posted the first two-touchdown game of his three-year career Sunday and did it with a little bit of schoolyard flair. White's 76-yard touchdown pass from Chris Chandler on the game's second play was little more than a "run-and-get-open play,...
Tribune staff reporterD'OH I: Paul Edinger's overtime kickoff went out of bounds, giving the Lions the ball on their 40, where even a rookie quarterback on perhaps the worst team outside of Cincinnati could move an offense into position so one of the best field-goal kickers in...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears suffered yet another crippling injury in a season filled with them Monday when rookie left tackle Marc Colombo went down just before halftime with a dislocated left kneecap, an injury that could sideline him well into next season. Colombo was...
ChicagoSports.comDue to NFL contractual obligations we are forced to bring you the start of the Super Bowl XX rematch and miss the end of the Rams-Chargers thriller. But first CBS will bring you 30 seconds of dead air. OK, here we go. Champaign, Ill., the Bears, in...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears' Champaign experience came to a dismal, fitting close Sunday with a 15-0 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in which Bucs defensive tackle Warren Sapp taunted some of the stalwart crowd of 44,406. "Not in our house" was nowhere to be heard, and...
WHY ARE NEWSPAPER covers and back pages filled with pictures of Kobe Bryant, biting his lips in anguish and resolve? Why is this "big news" on 24-hour news stations, when Iraq is in turmoil and the economy is in the tank? Without diminishing the...
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