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.
The Bears are looking to stop the pressure the Packers’ defense has put on their quarterback in recent years.
Given the struggles of the Bears’ defense, it might be asking too much to expect a win.
The Bears cornerback will likely play Monday against the Packers.
It can be an unforgiving position.
Marshall earned respect from his team for how he handled Brandon Meriweather’s comments.
The Bears have opened the door to Jay Cutler possibly returning against the Lions Nov. 10.
There’s never a good time for a bad game, but the timing of Chris Conte’s subpar performance against the Redskins couldn’t have been worse.
One week down. Less than three to go?
Adam Hoge reviews the first seven games of the season by providing his overall performance grades.
Adam Hoge takes a look back at the Bears’ 45-41 loss to the Redskins.
General manager Phil Emery isn’t giving up on his team just yet.
Both head coach Marc Trestman and general manager Phil Emery confirmed Monday that Jordan Palmer will join the Bears as the team’s backup quarterback and that the team is content with just two quarterbacks for now.
The two rooms inside the visitors’ locker room were like two different worlds Sunday.
Brandon Meriweather, a noted headhunter in the NFL, was called for two personal fouls Sunday for targeting a defenseless receiver.
Jay Cutler. Down. You’ve seen it before. And you know what it means. Game over. Season over. But maybe not this time.
While the Redskins’ defense has its fair share of playmakers, it also has plenty of holes.
The banged up Bears should have everyone at their disposal Sunday against the Redskins at FedEx Field.
No one can blame Jay Cutler for not wanting to talk about DeAngelo Hall, the Redskins cornerback who picked him off four times in one game back in 2010.
No matter who you talk to on the defensive side of the football — from coaches to players — you hear the same two words in regards to the struggles of the Bears’ defensive line.
Just barely a month into his new job, Marc Trestman was still seeking all the information he could while attending the NFL Combine in Indianapolis last February.