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Tribune staff reporterBears fans waiting to see the sleeker model of the new and improved "A-Train" are still waiting. Bears running back Anthony Thomas, seeing his first action Saturday night since breaking his finger Dec. 1, responded much like a guy who hadn't carried...
Tribune staff reporterFace down and motionless, Kordell Stewart just lay there at the 5-yard line of a Lambeau Field that delivered the coldest of realities to the Bears during Sunday's 34-21 loss to the Packers. Stewart lay so still for so long that two Bears teammates...
Tribune staff reporterAn ominous shadow of doubt continued to grow over and within the Bears on Sunday, as a 21-14 loss to the Detroit Lions ran their record to 0-4 and their answers to zero. The defeat was the Bears' eighth in their last nine games and their 12th in the last...
A look at how each player on the 2003 roster came to be a Bear. Thirty-two of the 53 players on the active roster (60.4%) were either draftees of the Bears or undrafted free agents signed with the Bears. Only one player (R.W. McQuarters) was acquired via...
ChicagoSports.comMonday in lake Forest, Brian Urlacher's defensive teammates were still talking about his leap over Atlanta running back Warrick Dunn Sunday. Late in the third quarter with the Bears up 14-13, Urlacher charged in on a blitz. Dunn tried to block the...
Tags: Sports, Keith Traylor, Warrick Dunn, Michael Vick, Aaron Brooks
Tribune staff reporterGood thing for the Bears that cornerback R.W. McQuarters' memory is shorter than his hair. The last time McQuarters tried stopping the opponent's elite wide receiver while trying to protect a fourth-quarter lead at Soldier Field, two weeks ago Sunday...
Tribune staff reporterIf the Bears can turn a 17-10 comeback victory over the Minnesota Vikings into the foundation for a season, one 12-minute stretch Sunday will loom as the turning point. It was not on the field. It was in the locker room at halftime, when the Bears made...
Tags: Sports, Gary Anderson, Chris Villarrial, Chicago Bears, Death
Tribune staff reporterIf the Bears had some questions of game officials after being called for 12 penalties last week, they had even more Sunday after a bizarre sequence of events that officials refused to explain at the time or afterward. With 40 seconds left in the game,...
ChicagoSports.comIt's New Orleans this week. Home of paper-bag-wearing fans, the Neville and Marsalis clans, crawfish Po' Boys, Girls Gone Wild and Super Bowl XX. Bears 46, Patriots 10. Grab your beignets and café au lait. Aiee! This game's in Champaign, I'm told....
Tags: Sports, Keith Traylor, Jerry Azumah, Aaron Brooks, George Halas
ChicagoSports.comThe Monday following their sixth straight loss, Bears players were hardly in a talking mood. The few that were at Halas Hall to explain why everything could go so wrong in the second half of a the 19-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles repeated familiar...
Tribune staff reporterHeat lightning lit up the desert sky Friday night in the fourth quarter of the Bears' 27-17 exhibition loss to the Arizona Cardinals at Sun Devil Stadium. Unless the Bears caught some of that lightning in a bottle, they returned to Halas Hall for practice...
Tribune staff reporterOf all the things Anthony Thomas did Sunday in his first 100-yard rushing game of the season, it was the one thing he didn't do that stood out most in the Bears' 29-23 loss to New Orleans. On third-and-2 from the Bears' 44-yard line and the Bears up 23-...
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