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Tribune staff reporterOn the Bears' trip south along Interstate 57 from Bourbonnais to Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon, an Illinois state trooper pulled over the team's three buses. Seems the buses were spending too much time in the left lane. It wouldn't be the last...
Tribune staff reporterThe shaving cream said it all. As wide receiver Eddie Kennison stood surrounded by microphones and cameras in the Bears' locker room, teammate Marcus Robinson crept around behind him and gave him an entire face full of shaving cream. The Bears had not...
Tribune staff reporterA bad day only got worse for Jonathan Quinn as he ambled slowly off Soldier Field and into the tunnel in the northwest corner after Sunday's 13-10 loss to the Washington Redskins. An angry group of fans unleashed a chorus of boos and leaned over the...
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: John Tait, Football, Olin Kreutz, Ike Hilliard, David Terrell
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: John Tait, Family, Thomas Jones, Football, Television
Tribune staff reporterIn a season defined by collapses great and small, the Bears suffered perhaps their worst of all Sunday in a 33-30 loss to the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots. Their seventh straight loss came as a result of blowing a 27-6 lead that...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears' Champaign experience came to a dismal, fitting close Sunday with a 15-0 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in which Bucs defensive tackle Warren Sapp taunted some of the stalwart crowd of 44,406. "Not in our house" was nowhere to be heard, and...
Tags: Football, Olin Kreutz, Henry Burris, Weather, New York Jets
Tribune staff reporterBaseball isn't the only sport in which hitters are ahead of pitchers before the regular season begins. Hitting was plentiful Saturday night at Soldier Field as the Bears' defense--particularly its secondary--teed off on last season's NFL doormats in a...
Tribune staff reporterFireworks preceded Sunday night's kickoff, and onto the field rode the Vikings mascot on a motorcycle as a cheerleader on a purple snowmobile trailed close behind. In the stands, 64,144 screaming fans blew into bullhorns, while over the speakers blared...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears had a statement to make Sunday and the New York Jets were the ones who had to pay for it, possibly with their playoff hopes. The Jets (7-7) came to Champaign expecting a walkover similar to the one the Miami Dolphins enjoyed Monday night...
Tribune staff reporterThere is no such thing as a turning point when there are seven of them. No credible big-play alibi when the other team has five. No real excuse for leading 20-9 only to lose 30-27. Not when you're supposed to be a team with a legitimate playoff agenda....
Tribune staff reporterAs they prepared for Sunday's game with the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens, Bears players saw a chance to measure themselves and their progress as a team. As they cut away the tape and picked up after a 17-6 loss, they didn't particularly like what...
Tags: Jamie Sharper, Phillip Daniels, Death, Football, Elvis Grbac
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