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Bears QB Jay Cutler Looking Great During Rehab

Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune reports Bears quarterback Jay Cutler continues to gather his offensive teammates at an undisclosed high school field for weekly workouts — typically Tuesdays and Thursdays — during the lockout. Receiver Rashied Davis and running back Kahlil Bell have participated in those workouts. “Jay looks fine, man,” Bell said. “The […]

Bears FS Chris Harris Critical Of Roger Goodell’s Comments On Ticket Prices

Bears safety Chris Harris took to social media Thursday in joining teammate and union rep Robbie Gould in voicing critical remarks regarding the NFL labor situation. Addressing remarks made on conference calls with fans by commissioner Roger Goodell — who essentially has said the NFL lockout might be beneficial to fans because it could lower […]

Could trade of TE Scheffler stop the Bears desire to move TE Olsen?

Since Mike Martz was hired as offensive coordinator, I’ve stated on a couple of occasions my desire to trade Greg Olsen. But after seeing what the Broncos got in return for a tight end of similar talent – Tony Scheffler – I’m questioning whether the Bears should make that move now. A week after the […]

Bites on the Bears and others – Sims, Bulger and Olsen

Two days after the one-year anniversary of the Jay Cutler trade, the latest, biggest blockbuster deal of the year went down in the form of McNabb to the Redskins for a 2ndrounder. While the dominoes from that trade are starting to fall around the league, Bear Nation remains fixated on any pre-draft player movement. Here’s […]

It Was Bill Walsh’s Biggest Regret – Not Drafting Mike Singletary

Here’s an interesting nugget from Mike Sando at He referenced a 2003 interview with Bill Walsh — the late, great, Hall of Fame coach of the 49ers — who was asked about his biggest coaching regret. His answer is a tribute to a certain beloved, undersized linebacker who was the heart and soul of […]

Let’s Say Disaster Strikes in Chicago

Right now its safe to say Jay Cutler is becoming the face of the franchise along with Brian Urlacher. Their the 2 players wearing the headsets & the “C”, those are the players you want absolutely nothing to happen to! For arguments sake lets say disaster strikes, one of these players gets injured & you […]

Plenty of Promise and Fear Surrounds the Bears in 2009

The offseason is an odd time to be a football fan. During these last months, we have had a fair share of news to hold us over, but what we all long for is that first snap of the season. I for one, will smile ear to ear when on Sunday Night Football the Chicago […]

For Bears Fans – How’s Jumping Out of a Pool for Making a Splash?

Jerry Angelo has said that they will always look at defensive lineman. So to prove his point they went out and drafted one with their first pick (68th). The Bears selected Jarron Gilbert 6′-5″ 288 lbs from San Jose St. He was listed as a DT but Angelo has already said that with his versatility, […]