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Sun StaffMIAMI -- On the day that Ray Lewis returned, the rest of his teammates failed to show up. In a game billed as a smash-mouth showdown, the Ravens proved to be featherweights. Clumsy on offense and clueless on defense, the Ravens suffered a 26-7...
Sun StaffMIAMI - The Ravens' hopes, like a ball in Jamal Lewis' hands, are growing more fragile. Their season, like their team identity, is splintering more every game. What looked so promising a couple of weeks ago now appears utterly haywire, as the Ravens'...
Tags: Ray Lewis, Sam Madison, Basketball, Arts and Culture, Sports
South Florida Sun-SentinelIt is not hero worship, just appreciation mixed with ambition, a desire for the same sort of transcendence and permanence in the market he has made his home. It is also no secret, because Jason Taylor has never made it one. "I want to be Dan Marino in...
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,"...
ChicagoSports.comWith the NFL draft looming, ChicagoSports.com and Bears Today present their first mock draft. We'll update it as we approach the April 24 draft and results from workouts are released. 1. San Diego Chargers (New York Giants) The Chargers need a...
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...
Tribune staff reporterLovie Smith spent Saturday afternoon making a statement about what brand of football the Bears will emphasize during his tenure, and his team spent the early part of Saturday evening backing him up. Hours after the new coach told wide receiver Marty...
Tags: Chicago Bears, Adrian Peterson, Jonathan Quinn, Sports, Football
Tribune staff reporterLovie Smith had seen the image before: Brett Favre escaping the rush of Adewale Ogunleye only to run into Brian Urlacher and heave a desperation pass into the air. It used to be the stuff of the Bears coach's dreams. As that fantasy became reality...
Tags: Chicago Bears, Ruben Brown, Death, Alfonso Boone, Sports
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears saw some things they wanted to see and a few they didn't want to see in their final exhibition game, a 24-22 loss to the Miami Dolphins before an announced crowd of 57,113 Thursday night at Pro Player Stadium. The Dolphins scored on three of...
Tribune staff reporterAs Bears defensive ends Alex Brown and Adewale Ogunleye picked themselves off the mound of bodies in the end zone Sunday at The Coliseum, they quickly found themselves buried in a pile of joy. Their teammates flooded the field to celebrate a game-winning...
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