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The doctor asked him how many fingers he was holding up, and Chris Chandler answered: "That's not important right now. What's important is that it's not easy being Joan of Arc, especially when you're being followed as closely as I am by government...
Sun StaffTwo weeks after a congressional hearing intensified the steroids spotlight on baseball, the onus of abusing performance-enhancing drugs shifts to the NFL tonight. In the television show 60 Minutes Wednesday, CBS will report that three members of the...
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...
Another year, another unavoidable homemade sign popped up Thursday along the access road near the entry to Halas Hall intended to motivate the Bears. Last January before the playoffs, a well-meaning fan posted the message, "Play Angry,'' a motto the...
Tribune staff reporterThe season was all but over. A little more than 5 1/2 minutes remained in regulation Sunday and the Denver Broncos led the Bears by 14. Rex Grossman was staggering through a three-turnover day. Cedric Benson was on crutches after suffering a first-half...
Tribune staff reporterPacker fans give no indication when it's over. They don't jeer any louder. And they don't head for the exits. They could have revved up the RV's with six minutes remaining in Green Bay's 28-17 victory over the Bears Sunday, and maybe saved themselves a...
Tribune staff reporterDave Wannstedt may not take his team to the Super Bowl this season. Before it's over, he may not escape the wrath of Bears fans impatient for significant progress in his fourth year as head coach. But he--and his team--made a definitive statement in their...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears consistently reduce the size of a football field to a window ledge. This tendency to microwave their games is dangerous. Fans should beware not of radiation, but of the danger of being hit by falling Bears. An entire team is tossing itself...
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Tribune staff reporterAfter 76 years, time for a nickname change. How does the Chicago Chameleons sound? These Bears are a different kind of animal. They are harder to pin down than a greased pig. Ferocious as Bears? Not really. Frustrating and fickle? Most definitely. A...
Tribune staff reporterHis voice grew louder as he tried to drive his point across, and all around him the Bears dressing room grew just a little quieter. Bryan Cox was not issuing a challenge Sunday, he was leveling a charge, one as serious as any athlete can make, and a team'...
RedEyeThe Cubs haven't won a World Series since 1908 and, in that time, it's become a common exercise to inspect teams playing in the World Series for their relative ex-Cubness. As the theory goes, the more ex-Cubs, the worse a team's chance to win. Since the...
ChicagoSports.comThe Bears arent playing the Super Bowl, but what's happening in San Diego still involves Chicago. For example, did you know that the Raiders have a couple of Brian Piccolo award winners? And that the only school with more players on the Tampa Bay roster...
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