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Tribune staff reporterThe Bears left Sunday's game against Washington with a 20-15 victory that ended the Redskins' playoff plans and improved their own. But besides the win, they also wanted to make the next statement in their playoff season. In the fourth quarter, they...
Tribune staff reporterThe teams were a study in contrast, both on and off the field Sunday in the Bears' 13-6 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. The usually demonstrative Vikings were morose as they trudged up the hallway of the Metrodome to their locker room. They had...
Tribune staff reporterTaking one look at the replay on the giant video board inside Ford Field with 1 minutes 26 seconds left in Sunday's 19-13 loss to the Detroit Lions, the Bears believed they had regained their mojo in Motown. Bernard Berrian, who had just scored the...
Tribune staff reporterNo kids in Chicago enjoyed Halloween night more than the Bears' rookies. Rookie Nathan Vasher clinched a 23-13 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night at Soldier Field with a thrilling 71-yard interception return for a touchdown with 3...
Tags: Todd Peterson, R.W. McQuarters, Sports, Soldier Field, Halloween
Tribune staff reporterR.W. McQuarters said he was searching around on the ground as he headed for the locker room at the end of Sunday's loss to the Eagles. "I think the officials threw a flag on me on the way to the tunnel," the Bears veteran cornerback said sardonically. "I...
Tribune staff reporterMike Singletary marched proudly onto the new Soldier Field for pregame introductions Monday night, hoisting a football toward a crowd hoping for a night of magic. Other Bears greats like Dick Butkus and Dan Hampton followed closely behind, but Singletary...
Is there any incentive for an NFL organization to win once it has lost a chance at the playoffs? I'm not saying the Bears are mailing it in at this point, but one has to wonder what real motivation the coaching staff has to put in lots and lots of hours...
Tribune staff reporterWhen Bears running back Thomas Jones fumbled a handoff midway through the first quarter of Sunday's 24-5 loss to the Houston Texans, more than a football slipped through his frozen fingertips. "When the ball is that cold, sometimes it's hard to feel...
A look at how each player on the 2004 roster came to be a Bear. Thirty-three of the 53 players on the active roster (62.2%) were either draftees of the Bears or undrafted free agents signed with the Bears. Seventeen players joined the team via free...
Tribune staff reporterAnger oozed out of Jerry Azumah as he sat mute and motionless in front of his locker Sunday after the Bears' 22-3 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars at Alltel Stadium. For 10 minutes, Azumah stared straight ahead without moving as his teammates dressed...
Tribune staff reporterNot that Rex Grossman needed to see how badly his Bears teammates hurt Sunday, but there was no avoiding the pain in his path off Soldier Field. Running back Thomas Jones bent over to slap the ground twice. Wide receiver David Terrell clutched his...
Tribune staff reporterMidway through the first quarter of Sunday's 24-14 Bears victory over the Minnesota Vikings, Chad Hutchinson's instincts succumbed to his intensity. Scrambling out of the pocket and toward the sideline, the Bears' quarterback lowered his shoulder into...
Tags: Wrestling, Charles Tillman, Olin Kreutz, Rex Grossman, Sports
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