Posts Tagged ‘mike brown’

Bears Inform Safety Brown He Won’t Be Offered a Contract

The heart and could of the Chicago Bears defense is not going to be getting a contract offer from the team. The Chicago Sun Times is reporting that the Bears have told safety Mike Brown, a 2nd round pick of the team all the way back in 2000, is going to be a free man […]

Bears Blitz – Saturday, September 20th 2008

Catch a precise preview of Bears/Bucs with Columnist Eric Cook and Site Editor Russ Loede as they go through intriguing match-ups, injury replacements, and game predictions for this Sunday’s NFC battle at Soldier Field. Each analyst provides their own insight and personal opinions, fully covering all that needs to be covered in preparing for Week […]

Bears Say They Have No Interest in Veteran Safety John Lynch

Despite it appearing like it might be a good fit, the Bears seem to have no interest for now in recently released safety John Lynch. The 36-year-old got what he wanted when the Broncos let him go after he threw a fit and left the team over what he felt was a lack of playing […]

Bears Safety Brown Reduces Salary for 08 Season

In a move to help the team and help himself, Bears safety Mike Brown has agreed to restructure the final year of his five-year, $17 million contract. The 30-year-old has had an awful string of bad luck, not being able to stay on the field over the past few seasons due to a variety of […]

Bengals Waive So Long to Wide Out Henry

The Bengals, after taking yet another beating from the media, have finally done the right thing, releasing wide out Chris Henry after his fifth arrest since 2005.  The latest arrest came after he was accused of punching an 18-year-old man in the face and breaking his car window with a beer bottle. Bengals President Mike […]