Adam is a senior writer, columnist and Chicago Bears reporter for CBSChicago.com and 670 The Score.
Adam joined 670 The Score in May of 2009 after a year producing Blackhawks games at WGN Radio. After producing various shows on 670 The Score for two years, Adam joined the CBSChicago.com sports team and handled the content for 670TheScore.com. After covering Chicago Bears home games in 2011 and 2012, he began covering the Chicago Bears on a full-time basis in 2013.
Adam 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.
Before covering the Bears, Adam spent eight years covering college football and basketball for a number of media outlets. He 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.
There were no surprises among the Bears’ inactives Sunday, as the team is close to being as healthy as it has been all season.
Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery and Earl Bennett have become the best blocking trio in the NFL.
Lance Briggs was officially ruled out against the Browns Friday, but all signs point to the Bears linebacker returning against the Eagles next week.
Either way, neither side seems concerned about the future.
Jay Cutler will be the Bears’ starting quarterback for Sunday’s game against the Browns.
It may have happened against the worst defense in the NFL, but not surprisingly, the Bears graded out very well in their 45-28 win over the Dallas Cowboys Monday night.
Bears head coach Marc Trestman said he’s optimistic Cutler will be medically cleared.
The Bears did not punt and did not commit a turnover for the first time in franchise history.
Talk about it all you want. It’s not happening.
Bears reserve safety Anthony Walters will play Monday night against the Cowboys, despite being listed as questionable for the game with a groin injury.
Having returned to practice this week, Jay Cutler appears to be on track to play against the Cleveland Browns Dec. 15, but Bears head coach Marc Trestman is not committing to that date yet.
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.
This may surprise you, but the Bears’ defense actually made some progress in Sunday’s 23-20 overtime loss to the Vikings.
Sometimes you’re just wrong.
Robbie Gould’s missed 47-yard field goal in overtime will go down as the play that cost the Bears’ a crucial win in the middle of a playoff chase, but it was just one of many opportunities they had to end the game.
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.