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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...
Tribune staff reporterMost teams and competitors win when they play their best. Champions typically win when they don't. What the Bears managed to do Sunday--rally to beat the Minnesota Vikings 19-16 in a place where they had lost four straight times--felt like one of those...
Tribune staff reporterCoach Lovie Smith identified November as a target month. This one did not end exactly as he or the Bears would have liked. The Bears finished the month 2-2, failing to score more than 13 points in three of their four games and closing a grueling three-...
When they talk about things being bigger in Texas, apparently they did not mean the capacity to enjoy a good debate. After suggesting Thursday in print and online that Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo after eight starts more than Bears quarterback Rex...
Tags: Tony Romo, Thomas Jones, Sports, Multi-Sport Events, Basketball
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 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...
A look at how each player on the 2004 roster came to be a Bear. Thirty-three of the 53 players on the active roster (62.2%) were either draftees of the Bears or undrafted free agents signed with the Bears. Seventeen players joined the team via free...
Tribune staff reporterNow, that's how you make an NFL roster. Veteran wide receiver Ahmad Merritt, on the proverbial bubble, returned the opening kickoff of overtime 87 yards Thursday night to set up Paul Edinger's game-winning 25-yard field goal and give the Bears a 13-10...
With Kevin Hardy available, would cutting Paul Edinger and restructuring R.W. McQuarters' contract open up some cap room and be a smart move by the Bears to fill the outside linebacker position? --Patrick D., Raleigh, N.C. Patrick, the Bears have...
Tribune staff reporterTearing off his helmet in disgust, left tackle Qasim Mitchell exhibited the most obvious agitation among the Bears. But there was enough angst for everyone. Wide receiver David Terrell ran straight off Soldier Field into the tunnel shaking his head....
Tags: David Akers, R.W. McQuarters, Thomas Jones, Sports, Basketball
Tribune staff reporterTo hear David Terrell echo the beliefs of his teammates on the way off the field Sunday after a rousing 28-21 victory over the New York Giants, if the Bears can make it here, they can make it anywhere. "We're right back in it, we're right back in it,"...
Tags: Olin Kreutz, Kurt Warner, Ike Hilliard, Football, David Terrell
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