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Tribune staff reporterJohn Tait wore a walking boot and a look of befuddlement, just one of many Bears who seemed unable to process Sunday's spectacular collapse. "I'm not sure what just happened," Tait said. The proof remained illuminated on the scoreboard at Cleveland...
Tribune staff reporterMost teams and competitors win when they play their best. Champions typically win when they don't. What the Bears managed to do Sunday--rally to beat the Minnesota Vikings 19-16 in a place where they had lost four straight times--felt like one of those...
Tribune staff reporterBears defensive end and resident philosopher Alex Brown reflected on the place Sunday's 27-24 overtime victory over the Seattle Seahawks might warrant in team annals. "This game right here, it'll be an instant classic," Brown said after the NFC...
Tribune staff reporterFirst quarter The Bears started uneasily, getting their hands on three New Orleans fumbles, recovering only two and netting just three points in the opening quarter. That was an ominous beginning in a sport that typically presents only so many golden...
Tribune staff reporterAs Bears offensive linemen Terrence Metcalf and Ruben Brown remained after practice Wednesday watching offensive sets, Brown offered some encouraging words to his backup at left guard. "He just told me, 'You're fine.' He told me to just go out and play...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears' rallying cry began early last week, and its overly optimistic nature could have made some eyes roll and screamed of justification for a poor opening performance. Beat Detroit and first place in the victory-challenged NFC North is there....
Tribune reporterDevin Hester playfully referred to it as "Secret Weapon No. 5," but the rest of the NFL knows it as the "Wildcat" offense. The direct snap to the running back has been a staple in the Miami Dolphins' attack all season. Suddenly, it has become part of the...
Tribune staff reporterIf only the Bears had finished Saturday night's 31-28 exhibition victory over the 49ers with the biggest concerns about Rex Grossman being his ability to handle the quarterback-center exchange. Those worries, resurfacing when Grossman dropped the snap...
Tribune staff reporterRex Grossman sprinted off the field wearing a smile that said "I told you so.'' Danieal Manning squeezed the game ball that he intercepted at game's end so tightly it nearly deflated. And Adewale Ogunleye stood in a crowd of reporters yelling at the...
The Bears need a quarterback. With injury-prone Jim Miller and Chris Chandler and ineffectual Henry Burris on the roster, it's safe to say the team will pursue a veteran QB this off-season. Whether he turns into just a quarterback or the quarterback,...
Tribune staff reporterYou are not going to believe this one. Remember the San Francisco game last week? When the Bears scored two touchdowns late in the fourth quarter, then won in overtime when safety Mike Brown intercepted a deflected pass and scored the winning touchdown?...
Tags: Paul Edinger, Green Bay Packers, Kevin Johnson, Death, Football
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears' injury nightmare deepened Monday night when left guard Rex Tucker was carted off the field in the third quarter with a dislocated ankle. Tucker, a Pro Bowl alternate last season, could be lost for the season. Tucker signed a six-year...
Tags: Travel, Keith Traylor, Vinny Sutherland, Buffalo Bills, Football
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