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Sun-Sentinel.comThe Dolphins' drafts from 1991-95 mostly were solid but unspectacular. Shula added several quality players but also made his share of questionable choices. One sharp move was to take Bryan Cox in Round 5 in '91. Cox soon would emerge as a defensive leader...
Tags: Troy Vincent, Sports, O.J. McDuffie, Tim Ruddy, Tim Bowens
South Florida Sun-SentinelBill Stanfill knows his record won't last forever. He knows eventually, maybe this year, some Dolphins player, perhaps Trace Armstrong, will get more than the 18 sacks he had as a defensive end in 1973. But Stanfill, the Dolphins' career sacks leader...
Sun-SentinelThis was the Dan Marino we were told so loudly in recent weeks did not exist anymore, could not exist, never would exist again in a Dolphins uniform. The game was against him. The game plan was against him. The score, the noise, the third down, the...
Tribune staff reporterThey were too weary to do much more than raise their grimy arms in triumph, too relieved to keep from falling into their teammates' giddy embraces. This victory could not have been any bigger, any sweeter, any more dramatic for the Bears than if they...
Tags: John Thierry, Sports, Chris Penn, Ricky Proehl, Bobby Engram
Tribune staff reporterSo this is how it ends: in the mud, in distress, in a California fog. The Bears, 17-point underdogs going into Saturday's second-round NFC playoff game, had their lunch handed to them Saturday-a five-star San Francisco treat. A mere 17-point loss would...
Tribune staff reporterRoad 'dogs. The Bears love that role. Send them on the road, tell them they have no chance to win. Push them to the brink of extinction. And then watch them respond. They were underdogs at Miami in November and knocked off the AFC East champions. They...
Tribune staff reporterOminous dark clouds scudded overhead and driving rain bursts and swirling winds whistled through Joe Robbie Stadium, creating eerie special effects for the Bears and Miami Dolphins to perform in the theater of the bizarre. Maybe the victory was a fluke....
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears have demonstrated over the last three weeks just how well they respond to adversity. Now, after a bye next weekend, the football world will see how they respond to success. Since starting the season 1-2 and being counted out by many as serious...
Tribune staff reporterThere will be bigger games, in bigger arenas with bigger consequences. But for this Sunday, the Bears' 20-13 victory over the Buffalo Bills was, well, really big. A Soldier Field crowd of 62,406 watched an unpredictable Bears team, which was embarrassed...
Tribune staff reporterIt was neither a thing of beauty nor a monstrosity. It was something in the middle. And, after all, that is where most folks figure the Bears to finish this season. But for opening day at Soldier Field, the Bears could not have done much more to energize...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears may have learned more about quarterbacks Erik Kramer and Steve Walsh on Monday night than they did about their ancillary players, at least 10 of whom must be cut to reach Tuesday's 60-man roster limit. The Bears climbed to 3-0 for the preseason...
Tags: Jay Taylor, Chicago Bears, Robert Green, Football, Sports
Tribune staff reporterThis one might have been a little tougher to digest than your Thanksgiving Day turkey. But after the Bears' 10-6 victory Thursday over the Detroit Lions, Dave Wannstedt smiled and gave thanks to his assistant coaches and players. Terry Obee gave...
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