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Jerry Angelo didn't draft Brian Urlacher, but quickly learned to appreciate the cornerstone linebacker during his 11-year tenure as Chicago Bears general manager. “He meant so much to our football team, to the franchise," Angelo, who took after...
Tags: Chicago Bears, Phil Emery, Jerry Angelo
When Brian Urlacher held up that navy blue jersey for the first time on that April day in 2000, his face a little pimply and his scalp covered with closely cropped blond hair, no one had any idea what 54 would come to represent. After 13 seasons, it's...
Chicago socialites had a difficult decision to make Saturday, with three celebrity-hosted galas taking place at the same time around the city. But for the see-and-be-seen crowd, this was likely a good problem to have. Those who attended the 26th...
As a rule, the Bears' defensive scheme may be the most predictable in the NFL. But coordinator Rod Marinelli and the boys stepped out of character a bit Monday. They blitzed on nearly 23 percent of Tony Romo's dropbacks, mostly in the first half. It was...
Isn’t this where we came in with the Bears almost six months ago? Brian Urlacher was coming back from a knee injury suffered in the final game of last season. His status and abilities were in question as he missed chunks of training camp reps....
Some people say the worst thing you can call a football player is soft. The Bears were soft against San Francisco. Soft and unprepared. Soft and unresponsive. Soft and stupid. They met the 49ers’ toughness with all manner of embarrassing...
As the Bears have navigated their way through the offseason workout program, the voluntary minicamp and the rookie camp, they have started to become a team. A new team. When they convene at Halas Hall on Monday for the first of 10 scheduled OTA...
On Monday, what stood out about the Bears' performance on Sunday is the pass protection held up both in terms of recognition and execution against an aggressive, accomplished blitzing team. Arizona defensive coordinator Ray Horton sent more than four...
PHOENIX — Perhaps they should rename them the Chicago Vultures. Somewhere along the way, the Bears have become scavengers, sustaining themselves on what other teams have left behind. If you had to project the Bears' 2013 starting lineup in...
The wide receivers took the bows and the cornerbacks got the high-fives, but the Bears won their opener Sunday because they beat the Colts in the trenches. The play of the Bears offensive line was particularly eye-opening. And no one played better on...
Being short has cost Russell Wilson money, not touchdowns. The quarterback from Wisconsin fell to the Seahawks in the third round in the NFL draft and was the sixth quarterback taken because he measures is 5 feet 105/8. He might need a step stool to...
DETROIT — The Bears' season met a sudden, stunning death when Blair Walsh's 29-yard field goal sailed over the upright in the Vikings' victory over the Packers. But really, the Bears' season had been dying one incompletion at a time. One stuff...
Tags: Matt Ryan, Blair Walsh, Ford Field, Jay Cutler, Aaron Rodgers
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