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Tribune staff reporterNot that Rex Grossman needed to see how badly his Bears teammates hurt Sunday, but there was no avoiding the pain in his path off Soldier Field. Running back Thomas Jones bent over to slap the ground twice. Wide receiver David Terrell clutched his...
Tags: Charles Tillman, Lovie Smith, Dre' Bly, Death, NFL Preseason
Tribune staff reporterThe magic carpet ride that was the Bears' 2001 season ended in tatters Saturday. It closed with a 33-19 loss to the visiting Philadelphia Eagles that was capped ignominiously by Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb scoring on a 5-yard run and dunking the...
Tribune staff reporterRex Grossman walked out of the visiting locker room late Friday night wearing a Bears hat and a smile, cloaked with enthusiasm that implied he either chose to ignore the stat sheet or had not seen it yet. Grossman had completed 2 of 9 passes for only...
Tribune staff reporterIn the agonizing aftermath of Sunday's 19-7 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, rookie quarterback Craig Krenzel was asked where the 1-5 Bears go from here. "Chicago," Krenzel said. It might have been the only answer the Bears knew for sure as they left...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears' quarterback competition began in earnest in the second half of Saturday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs, with Jim Miller replacing starter Shane Matthews while the rest of the No. 1 offense remained on the field. Where the competition...
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 reporterA bad day only got worse for Jonathan Quinn as he ambled slowly off Soldier Field and into the tunnel in the northwest corner after Sunday's 13-10 loss to the Washington Redskins. An angry group of fans unleashed a chorus of boos and leaned over the...
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....
Tribune staff reporterAt midfield of Texas Stadium, Thomas Jones gripped the shaved head of his little brother, Julius, and embraced the star of Thursday's 21-7 Cowboys victory over the Bears. Thomas then smiled through gritted teeth, Julius flashed a toothy grin and the...
Tags: Lance Briggs, Adewale Ogunleye, Holidays, Lovie Smith, Family
Tribune staff reporterLovie Smith might have accepted Sunday's 31-14 season-ending rout by the Green Bay Packers more easily if he had reduced the mismatch to a disparity in skill level. But all week Smith framed the season finale as a measure of pride for his team, and a 17-...
Tribune staff reporterIn a season defined by collapses great and small, the Bears suffered perhaps their worst of all Sunday in a 33-30 loss to the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots. Their seventh straight loss came as a result of blowing a 27-6 lead that...
Tribune staff reporterDefensive end Phillip Daniels and cornerback R.W. McQuarters were injured in Sunday's season opener. Their status for Game 2 against the Atlanta Falcons is uncertain. Daniels sprained his left ankle in the first quarter. He was on crutches with his ankle...
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