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Packers at Bears Friday Injury Report

BEARS Out: WR Earl Bennett (chest), T Gabe Carimi (knee) Questionable: RB Marion Barber (calf), S Chris Harris (hamstring), G Lance Louis (ankle), WR Roy Williams (groin), S Major Wright (head, neck) PACKERS Out: DE Mike Neal (knee), LB Frank Zombo (shoulder) Probable: T Chad Clifton (knee), TE Jermichael Finley (ankle), RB Alex Green (achilles), […]

Danieal Manning On His Way Out?

Manning A Lock To Leave The Bears’ 2006 second round pick from Abilene Christian is finished in Chicago. With Chris Harris moving back to his original position (strong safety) it looks more and more like unrestricted free agent safety/returner Danieal Manning will be exiting the Windy City. The new starting strong safety has a strong […]

More On Chris Conte And Why Bears Went Safety Over Corner

Raving About His Range As A Free Safety California Golden Blog on Bears 3rd round pick: “But anyways, Conte turned out to be a talented, but flawed corner, occasionally making uneblievable plays, and sometimes failing at basic pass defense. I never thought he would be someone playing at the next level . . . until […]

Bears Draft Rumors And Whispers Around The NFL

Need Meets Trend: Offensive Tackle From SEC Chosen In Middle Of Draft Aaron Wilson from the National Football Post says the Bears and OT Lee Ziemba from Auburn have spent time, among other teams, during the NFL Combine.  Ziemba is 6-6, 317, and an award-winning lineman from the National Champion Auburn Tigers.  He’s a “rising […]

7 best moments from Bears division-clinching win over Vikings

Has it sunk in yet, Bears fans? Your team is NFC North Champions. Last night was a game both bandwagon and long-suffering Bears fans will remember for a long time. So before we turn our attention to the Bears two-game run for playoff positioning, let’s take one look back at the most memorable images of Monday […]

In Lovie I trust – 7 reasons Bears fans should keep the faith

Please allow me to channel my inner Stuart Smalley The Bears are 4-2, with a one-game lead over the Packers in the North. Yet after Sunday’s home loss to the Seahawks, Bear Nation is anxious about the prospects for the remainder of the season. And with a second half gauntlet of a schedule that includes […]

Prediction and preview for Bears-Cardinals game

I’m gonna do something nobody ever does in the preseason…predict the final score of an exhibition game. Okay, maybe not the final score, but the score at the end of the 3rd period. Why? Because with the starters for both teams likely to play well into the second half, Saturday night’s games against the Cardinals […]

First teamers get quick hook as sloppy play, injuries highlight Bears loss to Chargers

Football coaches preach about the improvement they expect to see between the first game of the season to the second. If that’s the case, Lovie and crew have a lot of work to accomplish this week after Saturday night’s 25-10 loss to Ron Burgundy’s home team, the San Diego Chargers. Here’s a look at the good, the bad and the […]

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