It’s possible that Urlacher will be ready to go in 25 days. He’s a tough guy, fast healer and committed to the rehab process, but it might be better to hold him back.
Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher had arthroscopic knee surgery Tuesday morning and is status for the season opener Sept. 9 against the Colts is uncertain.
Mystery solved. Brian Urlacher had arthroscopic surgery Tuesday morning on his left knee.
As lightning and thunder took over the sky above a soggy Soldier Field Thursday night, the Bears opted to keep their stars off the field.
When the Bears take on the Broncos Thursday night at Soldier Field, you won’t see their cards.
With Urlahcer missing so much time, it lends credence to the idea that the MCL injury suffered against the Vikings was more serious than most believed.
Former Bears defensive tackle Anthony Adams is still a free agent looking for work.
In the first few days of padded practices, first-round draft pick Shea McClellin has had a hard time.
Anthony Adams, Matt Bowen, Alex Brown, Dez Clark and Hunter Hillenmeyer give you the good, the bad and the ugly from their training camp experience.
I thought I’d share some tips with you on surviving camp and offer up suggestions to increase your enjoyment of the experience.
Check out the video of Laurence Holmes in The Score Interrogation Room, hosted by Nick Shepkowski.
All right, now it’s time to take you inside the mind of The Score’s Laurence Holmes.
There weren’t any real epiphanies that came out of day 2 of Bears Mini-Camp, but there was some interesting stuff. Here’s what I saw, heard and was told at Halas Hall on Wednesday.
As Lovie Smith says, mini-camp is the end of the Bears offseason. It’s three days where the foundation is laid and the scene is set for Bourbonnais.
Before Dominique Moceanu, a member of the 1996 gold-medal-winning US women’s gymnastics team, gave birth to her first child in 2007, she received a letter than would change her life forever.
Considering the amount of quality players that were available at a position of need for the Bears, it would’ve been pretty hard for Phil Emery to make a selection that left fans scratching their heads, but somehow he did it.
Here’s a message to Phil Emery: If you want to further win over your fan base, simply draft a player with the No. 19 pick who will have an immediate impact on the team.
When drafting in the NFL, what’s more important: selecting the best football player or selecting the best athlete who you can develop into a football player?
The Bears learned the hard way in 2011 how important depth can be.
In preparation for the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, The Score hosted a roundtable discussion Tuesday night featuring The Score’s Laurence Holmes, Zach Zaidman, Mike Mulligan and the Chicago Tribune’s Brad Biggs, Dan Pompei and Matt Bowen.