After two years of producing and reporting for 670 The Score, Adam is now the Sports Editor for CBSChicago.com. In other words, he writes and edits the content that appears on 670TheScore.com.
Adam joined The Score in May of 2009 after a year producing Blackhawks games and various shows at WGN Radio. He was born and raised in the Lincoln Park area of Chicago and attended St. Ignatius College Prep before going off to the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he earned his journalism degree.
Adam spends time covering all of Chicago’s sports teams for CBSChicago.com, but his specialty tends to be college sports, which he has covered for a number of media outlets over the last eight years. He is a member of both the Football Writers Association of America and the United States Basketball Writers Association.
Adam also spent three years freelancing at the Big Ten Network and has contributed to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, The Capital Times, NBC-15 (Madison, Wis.) and the Badger Radio Network.
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The latest Jay Cutler injury saga has not played out in a typical fashion.
Jeremiah Ratliff did not want to come off the field Sunday.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was back at practice Thursday, but head coach Marc Trestman ruled the quarterback out for Monday night’s game against the Cowboys.
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Sometimes you’re just wrong.
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The day was not supposed to end that way for Robbie Gould.
The Bears will be without starting strong safety Major Wright Sunday against the Vikings as he was officially ruled inactive with a hamstring injury.
Opponents are taking advantage of common problems that are easy to see on film.
The Bears are expecting to have Matt Forte Sunday against the Vikings.
Jermon Bushrod and Jordan Mills faced their toughest test of the season against the Rams and there are some differing opinions on how they fared.
The Bears’ quarterback will not play against the Vikings, however.
For the second straight week, Trestman had to answer questions about his coaching decisions.
Kyle Long is fortunate he was able to play the entire game Sunday.
There were three areas of concern Marc Trestman wanted his team to improve on this week: Poor starts, penalties and red zone offense.
ears safety Craig Steltz cleared concussion protocol and is active for Sunday’s game against the Rams.
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