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Tribune staff reporterTerry Shea wanted to call plays from the sideline instead of the press box so he could look eye-to-eye with Bears offensive players as they came off the field. In the first half of Friday night's 17-13 loss to the Saints, Shea probably felt like covering...
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...
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 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 reporterTo hear David Terrell echo the beliefs of his teammates on the way off the field Sunday after a rousing 28-21 victory over the New York Giants, if the Bears can make it here, they can make it anywhere. "We're right back in it, we're right back in it,"...
Tags: Amani Toomer, Paul Edinger, Mike Green, Tiki Barber, Ruben Brown
Tribune staff reporterAs the final seconds ticked off in the Bears' 24-7 loss to Cincinnati on Sunday at soggy Soldier Field, Thomas Jones grabbed Kyle Orton by the shoulder pads. Contrary to any cynics' thoughts, he wasn't doing so to prevent another interception, but to...
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: Paul Edinger, Holidays, Ruben Brown, Thomas Jones, Football
Tribune staff reporterAfter barely hanging on during a dismal first half Sunday night, the Bears crushed the Giants with 28 points in less than 25 minutes of the second half for a 38-20 victory over a team that didn't show them much respect before the game. The result was a...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears ran off the Raymond James Stadium field Sunday like they owned the place, their smiles large and their confidence even more difficult to quantify. Not even Matt Bryant's 29-yard missed field-goal attempt with 2 minutes 47 seconds remaining...
Tribune staff reporterIt was a victory for a division championship that was anything but cause for celebration. The Bears lost their best defensive lineman, Tommie Harris, with an apparent knee injury. Their Pro Bowl cornerback, Nathan Vasher, left the game with a strained...
Tribune staff reporterLast time he heard boos. This time, not so much. Rex Grossman led the Bears to a 34-7 thrashing of the Detroit Lions in the home opener Sunday by going 20-for-27 with 289 yards and four touchdowns. Tribune staff reporter John Mullin breaks down the...
Tribune staff reporterMost teams and competitors win when they play their best. Champions typically win when they don't. What the Bears managed to do Sunday--rally to beat the Minnesota Vikings 19-16 in a place where they had lost four straight times--felt like one of those...
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