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Lovie Smith has to go. Now. If I'm Phil Emery, I wouldn't have let him on the plane home after that 21-14 disaster in Minnesota. Smith’s team wasn't ready to start a must-win game. Smith's defense wasn’t ready to start a must-win game....
Tags: Brandon Marshall, Phil Emery, Sports, Mike Tice, Chicago Bears
MJ-signed golf ball going on display on Michigan Ave., Pippen throwing out first pitch at Sox game, 'Rampage' parties at Board RoomMichael Jordan is lending his support (and signature) to the next outdoor art exhibit coming to Michigan Avenue. The five-time NBA MVP signed a 3-foot golf ball Monday at Michael Jordan’s Steak House that will be on display in September on...
Brian Urlacher may play on opening day. He may not. He may run like the Urlacher of old. He may not. The uncertainty of Urlacher's situation makes the certainty of Lance Briggs' situation all the more comforting. Briggs answered the bell consistently...
To the men in the graying goatees who pull those ridiculous-looking navy No. 54 jerseys over slight paunches every Sunday, and the women who proudly wear the pink model, you don't matter to the Bears franchise player. To young kids across Chicagoland...
In the April draft, the Bears chose Shea McClellin in the first round and passed over Illinois' Whitney Mercilus. On Sunday, during his first visit to Soldier Field, Mercilus would like to offer them a not-so-subtle reminder of that — perhaps by...
SAN FRANCISCO — In 2009, the Cubs selected a strong, 6-foot-4-inch power pitcher named Colin Kaepernick in the 43rd round of the amateur baseball draft. So in some ways Kaepernick's right arm always seemed destined to disappoint Chicago one day....
Go ahead and pinpoint the Hail Mary touchdown pass as the difference in the Bears' 10-3 loss Sunday to the Chiefs at Soldier Field, and mathematically, nobody can argue. But the Bears weren't beaten by an answered Chiefs prayer. They were beaten by their...
Coming off a game in which he forced an incredible four fumbles, Charles Tillman’s absence Sunday night against Houston would be a big loss -- bigger still considering he has forced seven fumbles in eight games and returned two interceptions for...
MOBILE, Ala. — "Relentless equals high velocity, nonstop." That coaching slogan sure sounds like it could have come out of the Rod Marinelli book of wisdom. But it didn't. It is the motto of the new Bears defensive coordinator, not the old....
The Cover-2 defense is boring. And it lacks creativity. I can't tell you how many times I've heard that about the two-deep scheme the Bears still lean on in their game plan. Sure, they have become more "multiple" with coordinator Rod Marinelli in...
In retrospect the question was more rhetorical than anything, a reaction that popped into my head late Monday night as Lovie Smith tried processing the punishment the 49ers had just inflicted on the Bears. What makes you think the offensive line will...
Tags: Brandon Marshall, J'Marcus Webb, Jared Allen, Sports, Mike Martz
BOURBONNAIS — Jeremy Bates is new to the Bears, but he's totally at home in training camp. The team's new quarterbacks coach can measure his life in yard markers, tackling dummies and two-a-day practices. "When I was 5 years old at Texas Tech I was...
Tags: St. Louis Rams, Sports, Mike Mulligan, Chicago Bears, Football
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