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Tribune staff reporterThe 2002 injury nightmare worsened for the Bears on Sunday. Already without their best pass-rushing defensive lineman, they lost their best run-stopper when Pro Bowl tackle Ted Washington went out after turning his left ankle early in the second quarter....
Tribune staff reporterIn the land of Saints, the Bears committed their share of football sins in a 20-13 loss Sunday at the Superdome. They fumbled five times, losing two that turned into 10 New Orleans points. They failed to make a stand on defense, allowing the Saints to...
ChicagoSports.comA perfect, early fall Minneapolis evening is wasted in this plastic palace. Outside, the Loverboy was cranking, the Webers were alit and the purple jerseys were everywhere. There were a few bold souls wandering around the streets brave enough to don the...
Marc Colombo replaced Bernard Robertson at left tackle for the fourth quarter of Sunday's 33-27 Bears loss, and a change could be coming at that position. Robertson was flagged for a false start to take the Bears out of a fourth-and-1 at the end of the...
Tags: Drew Bledsoe, Sports, Ted Washington, Basketball, Buffalo Bills
Tribune staff reporterFor the second straight week it truly mattered not whether the Bears won or lost their exhibition game. It mattered only how they played--and this time they played it well where it mattered most. The final score was Bears 19, St. Louis Rams 17 in front...
Tribune staff reporterUnofficially, the 2000 Bears season expired when still another Shane Matthews pass was deflected at the line of scrimmage Sunday, this one on fourth-and-3 with 1 minute 40 seconds remaining. But this was a game and a season that died many deaths. It...
Tribune staff reporterFirst quarter The atmosphere was juiced for the Bears' first "Monday Night Football" game in five years. The fans at the University of Illinois' Memorial Stadium booed the visiting Green Bay Packers heartily and cheered the home Bears mightily. Although...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears spent Monday much the same way they did the previous two Mondaysassessing injuries, contemplating personnel moves and getting ready for the next game. Except without the glow of a victory. With local angst rising, the Bears were left to...
Tribune staff reporterBrett Favre performed as advertised. The Bears' defense didn't. Favre completed 22-of-33 passes for 359 yards and three touchdowns. When he wasn't picking the Bears' secondary apart, Favre was handing the ball off to Ahman Green, who rushed for 107 yards...
Tags: Terry Glenn, Football, Ahman Green, Donald Driver, Sports
Marc, you've played both right guard and left tackle so far this season. Which position do you enjoy more, and where do you see yourself playing in the future? --David R. Gonzalez, El Paso, Texas I've played both of them and I'm just as comfortable...
Tribune staff reporterIf the Bears were any more banged up in the waning moments of Sunday's 24-17 loss to Seattle at Seahawks Stadium, their injury report might have needed a binder. Their offense had just scored to tie the game 17-17 with 4 minutes 12 seconds left on a...
Tribune staff reporterThe heads hung a little lower, the hugs lasted a little longer. For a game supposedly bereft of meaning, the finality of Sunday's 31-3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs affected the Bears in a profound way. As players dressed amid hushed tones in a somber...
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