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Latimes.com ColumnistOne thing about New England's Tom Brady that makes him a candidate for best active quarterback is that he plays successful NFL football without a cast of great pass receivers. As the Chicago Bears will see Sunday, the only first-class receiver in the...
Thank you. Thank you. You know when I first got here, we made a wager who would be the first one to break down in tears and I was the first one to say that I wouldn't and I was the first one to say how strong I was and everything else. As it goes to...
Tribune staff reporterLeon Johnson insists he would do nothing to fuel a running back controversy on the Bears, and he's being at least half-truthful. It is indeed hard to imagine the aw-shucks fifth-year man out of North Carolina generating any serious competition for the...
Tribune staff reporterA young boy dressed exactly like his father in a blue Cubs T-shirt and hat walked by White Sox fan Mike McGinnis' tailgate party in the southwest parking lot of U.S. Cellular Field before Friday's 7-4 Cubs victory. South Side pride compelled McGinnis...
Tags: Juan Uribe, Chicago White Sox, Ozzie Guillen, Politics, Sports
Latimes.com ColumnistThe time may already be here when it's possible to think of Michael Vick, the Atlanta Falcons' young quarterback, as the finest football player ever born. In only his ninth start as a pro, Vick, a smooth-throwing lefty, will show the Baltimore Ravens...
Courant Staff WriterFor a college kid from Nebraska, it was like waltzing into nirvana. A five-star hotel and a classy athletic club rolled into one. The walls in the lobby and function rooms were adorned with oil paintings of former Heisman Trophy winners. The guest rooms...
ChicagoSports.comLate start this morning, so let's get right into the action... The Lions' 13-game road losing streak goes head to head against the Bears' equal opportunity, home-and-away eight-game streak. Something's got to give. The Bears kick to the Lions and on...
Tags: Mike Green, Shoulders, McDonald's, Diving, Neck
Latimes.com ColumnistMost end-of-the millennium voters have been making what I think of as a couple of wrong calls. Contemplating the most recent 100 years: • Babe Ruth was the athlete of the century, I'd say, not Muhammad Ali. • O.J. Simpson was the football player of...
Tribune staff reporterThe Soldier Field turf, hallowed by the presence of Bears Hall of Famers such as Sid Luckman, Gale Sayers, Walter Payton and Dick Butkus during special pregame ceremonies Sunday, was then desecrated by a second straight sorry performance by the '94 Bears....
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears struggled to get out of the regular season and across the Detroit Lions' goal line Sunday. But in the end, they emerged with a 37-17 victory. They even managed to provide some extra entertainment in the form of William Perry's long gallop with...
Sun ColumnistGrowing up in the Baltimore suburbs was an occasion for Michael Flanagan to watch John Unitas from a seat in the stands and applaud his achievements. He finally met him, via a rather circuitous route, having to go to Indianapolis from his office in...
Tribune staff writerChanging directions as he did so well on the field, Walter Payton faked himself out Saturday by turning his Hall of Fame induction into the emotional, introspective event he had vowed to avoid. Instead of running away from his feelings, the NFL's all-...
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