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A chance encounter in his hometown of Dallas before Super Bowl XLV put Caleb Hanie in front of Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway. A bit awestruck, the suddenly relevant Bears quarterback listened as Elway offered words of encouragement for Hanie's play...
A strong possibility exists that Bears general manager Phil Emery has learned more in the last week than any other NFL executive trolling for a head coach. Well then, shame on him. How dare he work so hard to educate himself. Those who think too...
GREEN BAY — It happened gradually, like a beard coming in on a teenager. But now, this season, finally, it is all over his face: Aaron Rodgers is the leader of the Pack. Really, at the ripe old age of 28, in his eighth NFL season, he is more...
We can wonder if Marc Trestman can be a dynamic leader of one of this league's founding franchises in the country's second-largest NFL market. We can question if he will get through to Jay Cutler. We can ask if doing whatever he did to make Canadian...
ALLEN PARK, Mich. — Lost in all the opponent stomps, roadside arrests, practice sucker punches and handshake fracases is the fact that the Lions are mighty fine football team that keeps getting better. Matthew Stafford to Calvin Johnson arguably is...
NEW YORK — Say this for the 2013 quarterback class: They've learned how to slide. Four of them were selected in the fourth round Saturday, two of whom — USC's Matt Barkley and Syracuse's Ryan Nassib — were widely believed to be first-...
Keith Van Horne has traveled the path Kyle Long must take as a lanky Bears offensive lineman drafted in the first round. The Bears selected Van Horne with the 11th overall pick in 1981 out of USC. Long was taken 20th Thursday night out of Oregon....
We've said it before and we'll say it again, this is Eagles country. Pure and simple. Yeah, I know there are some Giants, Steelers and maybe even too-embarrassed-to-admit-it Jets fans out there, but most know the words to "Fly, Eagles, fly" by heart....
The Ravens repopulated their defense during the first four rounds of the NFL draft and found several high-quality players to help fill the biggest holes remaining on a defensive unit that lost six key contributors during the team's post-Super Bowl...
Tags: Crimes, Alabama Crimson Tide, Trials, Ray Lewis, Super Bowl
Matt Forte still looks big, smooth and fast. But in organized team activities, he looks a different kind of big, smooth and fast. That's because he is being used in more ways than he has been the last couple of seasons. It's part of the Bears' new...
Tags: Matt Forte, Marc Trestman, Football, Brandon Marshall, Sports
What's in a name? Even a horse's name. Or even an imaginary horse's name. We got some great answers to that question in the past week during the revival of our pre-Kentucky Derby contest of naming a great Derby winner. To my delight, about 300 of...
Last week's ranking in parentheses 1. 49ers (5): People don't want to believe this team can be this good with Alex Smith at quarterback. Believe it. 2. Patriots (3): This is what you call an overpowering offense. 3. Ravens (4): Joe Flacco was...
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