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Heading into his fifth season with the Bears, Jay Cutler doesn't have a whole lot more to ask for at this point. General manager Phil Emery continued to build around the quarterback Tuesday, making aggressive moves in the first three hours of free agency...
Sixth in a 14-part series leading up to the start of Bears training camp. The further the Bears get away from their appearance in Super Bowl XLI, the better the offensive line for that team, built almost exclusively through pro free agency, looks. It...
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Tribune reporterDevin Hester playfully referred to it as "Secret Weapon No. 5," but the rest of the NFL knows it as the "Wildcat" offense. The direct snap to the running back has been a staple in the Miami Dolphins' attack all season. Suddenly, it has become part of the...
Look at the new Bears depth chart and one thing jumps off the page. Starting free safety Danieal Manning, the replacement for the injured Mike Brown, just became the defense's most irreplaceable player. Now nobody is suggesting Manning suddenly means as...
Tribune staff reporterMy favorite story It's fashionable for journalists to complain about working Super Bowls, but there are few better gigs than covering one involving your local team. It's one of those moments when you know every single word you write will be read. Play...
Tribune staff reporterUsing a black marker to decorate an orange pumpkin, Adrian Peterson felt right at home Tuesday at Misericordia Heart of Mercy on the North Side. The reserve Bears running back and special-teams standout visited the institution with offensive lineman John...
Tribune staff reporterBrian Urlacher could have rattled off a list of excuses to explain why the Bears, touted as the best team in the NFC entering the season, are 1-3 and buried deep beneath 4-0 division foe Green Bay. He could have looked at the injuries that kept four...
Tribune staff reporterJohn Tait wore a walking boot and a look of befuddlement, just one of many Bears who seemed unable to process Sunday's spectacular collapse. "I'm not sure what just happened," Tait said. The proof remained illuminated on the scoreboard at Cleveland...
ChicagoSports.comWith Warren Sapp on the free-agent market, Bears head coach Lovie Smith could have persuaded general manager Jerry Angelo to take an established tackle who fits Smith's mold, and with whom both were familiar from their days in Tampa. But Smith and Angelo...
Tribune staff reporterNo kids in Chicago enjoyed Halloween night more than the Bears' rookies. Rookie Nathan Vasher clinched a 23-13 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night at Soldier Field with a thrilling 71-yard interception return for a touchdown with 3...
Tribune staff reporterAll week, the Bears vowed to make some noise in the 86th season opener in franchise history. Instead, they couldn't hear because of it. Kyle Orton, the first rookie quarterback to start a Bears opener since Zeke Bratkowski in 1954, had his helmet...
Tribune staff reporterWith pained looks and pursed lips, they slowly followed the cart down the Metrodome hallway late Sunday afternoon. The cart carried Rex Grossman, sitting on the back with a tightly knotted silk striped tie around his neck and a bulky black brace...
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