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.
When you’ve lost two defensive tackles for the season and have missed a third for two straight games, it’s fair to wonder if you still have enough available talent on your defensive line.
There’s no getting around the fact that the Bears’ defensive line has underwhelmed this season.
After getting a chance to review the film, Bears head coach Marc Trestman met the media Friday afternoon to discuss Thursday night’s 27-21 win over the New York Giants.
The Bears may have lost another key defensive player for the season.
Zero sacks. Zero turnovers. The Bears hadn’t done that since Dec. 23, 2007 against the Green Bay Packers.
The signs were there in Bourbonnais.
Despite playing through injuries the last four games, Bears cornerback Charles Tillman will not play against the Giants Thursday night
Martellus Bennett will face his former team Thursday for the first time when the Bears host the Giants, but he made it clear Wednesday — in his own unique way — that any warm feelings he has for his former teammates will go out the window once the ball is kicked off.
A short week could leave the Bears shorthanded Thursday night against the Giants.
Brandon Marshall didn’t want anyone to miss the show.
A slow start on offense Sunday dug a hole too big for the Bears to get out in their 26-18 loss to the Saints.
The Bears’ offensive numbers Sunday are little confusing.
Brandon Marshall is frustrated.
The Bears depth at defensive tackle took another hit Sunday morning when Stephen Paea was declared inactive against the Saints.
How do you prevent Jimmy Graham, Darren Sproles and Marques Colston from beating you?
Marc Trestman was out of a job. That’s when Sean Payton called.
Adam Podlesh knew the situation as soon as he walked off the playing surface Sunday at Ford Field.
Adam Hoge tackles your questions in his weekly Tweetbag.
The Bears played a ton of nickel Sunday, leaving their middle linebacker off the field.
After a drama-free 3-0 start to the season, one major question remained about Bears’ first-year head coach Marc Trestman.