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Marc Trestman, a championship-winning coach in the Canadian Football League, has been chosen to try to lead the Chicago Bears back to those heights in the NFL After interviewing at least 13 candidates to replace the recently fired Lovie Smith, the Bears...
DETROIT — Wearing a knotted tie and a focused gaze, Patrick Mannelly looked like a nervous stockbroker staring at the morning ticker as he sat on a folding chair Sunday inside the visiting Bears locker room. A few feet away, fellow Bears veteran...
The Week 17 opponent playing out the schedule can be both fragile and dangerous. Most players are counting the days until the final exit meeting Monday morning with team doctors and coaches before they can get out of town. That last game? Just get...
The most dangerous return man in NFL history has no immediate plans to hang up his cleats, but Devin Hester says he might need a change of scenery. Hester ended a frustrating 2012 season by telling reporters immediately after coach Bears coach Lovie...
Nothing signaled a Bears season suddenly gone askew Wednesday more than reporters surrounding backup linebackers Geno Hayes and Dom DeCicco, who both are closer to becoming potential answers to a trivia question than making a major impact. What two...
GLENDALE, Ariz. — After losing their way at some point on their 16-game journey, the Bears might have found themselves Sunday in the desert. They dismissed the Cardinals with a victory that looked the way a 2012 Lovie Smith victory is supposed...
Lovie Smith was wrong. About being wrong, that is. The situation: The Bears had a seven-point lead and were faced with a fourth-and-half-a-yard to go on the Seahawks' 15 on their first possession of the second quarter. To the delight of the...
Tags: Soldier Field, Basketball, Chicago Bears, Michael Bush, Sports
Chicago Tribune reporterThis year Gabe Carimi obviously looked nothing like the guy the Bears drafted out of Wisconsin in the 2011 draft. I have recently heard a lot of criticism aimed at Carimi. However, I think what some people don't realize is that Carimi has basically only...
Tags: Matt Flynn, Chicago Bears, Michael Bush, Sports, Brett Favre
Luck, as the saying goes, is when opportunity meets preparation. Opportunity, as I like to say, is when lucky people meet good professional networks. NFL coaching and management jobs are for the luckiest and most well-connected football minds, which...
Tags: Chicago Bears, Social Issues, Sports, Football, Racism
As shaken Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice lay flat on his back in the end zone after scoring the winning touchdown Sunday in Seattle's 23-17 overtime victory over the Bears, fans gave him a warped welcome to the southeast corner of Soldier Field....
Tags: NFC North, Soldier Field, Chicago Bears, Sidney Rice, Sports
So, let me get this right: The Bears are supposed to follow a guy reduced to tears? The Bears, I’m talking. The Chicago Bears. You remember them: They used to be tough. Now, after yet another loss to a better team and a better organization, they...
Tags: Mike Tice, Matt Forte, NFC North, Devin Hester, Brandon Marshall
Instead of watching the Packers in a wild-card playoff game Saturday night, you could have been watching the Bears. All the Bears needed to still be playing was for the Packers to beat the Vikings on Sunday when they were three-point favorites. How...
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