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The vision for this Bears offense was to be able to allow opposing defenses to pick their poison. That vision became reality in Jacksonville as the Bears were proficient at gashing the Jaguars with whatever the Jaguars concentrated the fewest resources...
The Cowboys and quarterback Tony Romo can create big-play opportunities Monday night with wide receivers Dez Bryant and Miles Austin using max-protection schemes up front. They will keep eight blockers in on protection and test the top of the Bears...
Tags: Sports, DeMarco Murray, Tony Romo, Lovie Smith, Matt Bowen
Thanks to cornerback Tim Jennings, Major Wright was able to break out his new touchdown celebration Sunday. Wright, the Bears' starting strong safety, happened to be the beneficiary of a Jennings pass deflection with less than 10 minutes left in...
Tags: D.J. Moore, Brandon Gibson, Andrew Luck, Sports, Football
GREEN BAY — At least the on-field camera for this nationally televised game didn't capture Jay Cutler shouting vulgarities at his offensive coordinator. That's maybe the only way progress can be judged for the Bears, who were looking to make a...
When general manager Phil Emery was hired to replace Jerry Angelo in the offseason, team President Ted Phillips said the move was made to close the "talent gap" between the Bears and their division rivals, the Packers and Lions. Emery wasn't supposed...
As an Arlington Heights native, Colts safety Tom Zbikowski remembers years of bland, rarely potent offenses from the Bears. Standing in the mostly cleared-out visiting locker room at Soldier Field on Sunday afternoon, Zbikowski shook his head after the...
Too old. Can't rush the passer. Weak sister to the offense. Well, maybe the Bears defense isn't all that after all. At least not against the fresh meat the Colts served up on a glorious Sunday afternoon. The defense might not look quite as spry...
Those must have been two tremendous practices this week for Brian Urlacher. Based on the bravado of Bears teammates, Urlacher quickly removed any doubts that he will return to top form against the Colts despite a left knee that has sustained two injuries...
Tags: Sports, Coby Fleener, Lambeau Field, Phil Emery, Reggie Wayne
|TV SPORTS| |SUNDAY| Tennis--U.S. Open, Men’s Semifinal Match, 11 a.m. (ESPN2); Women’s Championship Match, 3:30 p.m. (CBS) NFL Football--Jacksonville Jaguars at Minnesota Vikings, Noon (CBS); Washington Redskins at New Orleans Saints, Noon...
CLEVELAND — You might have yawned at the proceedings Thursday night at Cleveland Browns Stadium. Maybe you switched back and forth to the broadcast of the Republican National Convention. Perhaps you chose "Glee." Or played some Angry Birds on...
The image of Brian Urlacher lunging forward in a helmet and shoulders pads was something the rest of the Bears sorely missed. It was a much more pleasant view than seeing him stand on the sideline in a floppy hat. "Definitely great to have the captain...
Tags: Sports, Geno Hayes, Matt Toeaina, Lovie Smith, Major Wright
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — With depth needed at safety, the Bears might look to a veteran who used to play for their biggest rival. A league source told the Tribune the team is exploring the possibility of adding former Packer Charlie Peprah, who...
Tags: Sports, Brandon Hardin , Chicago Tribune, Football, Anthony Walters
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