2012 Bears Training Camp
What exactly is going on with Brian Urlacher?
With Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall teaming up in Chicago, the Bears offensive possibilities just got a whole lot more exciting.
Training camps aren’t just about accommodating a team. They’re also about accommodating a team’s fan base.
Here’s something you may have never thought you’d hear: The Bears wide receivers were a strong point in training camp.
J’Marcus Webb may look confused when he squats down on the Bears offensive line, but when he’s ordering at McDonalds, the left tackle knows exactly what he wants.
When news broke Tuesday that Brian Urlacher underwent arthroscopic surgery on his knee, Bears fans across Chicago covered their eyes and hoped for the best.
Mystery solved. Brian Urlacher had arthroscopic surgery Tuesday morning on his left knee.
With a big crowd on hand at Ward Field and a light mist falling at Monday night’s practice, things were bound to get a little chippy.
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While Bears general manager Phil Emery won’t come out and say his goals are championship or bust for the 2012 season, he knows that’s exactly what the Bears are capable of.
Let’s just say former Bears Super Bowl champion Tom Thayer has some strong opinions on this year’s Bears team.
When the Bears kick off their first preseason game against the Broncos tonight, eyes will be focused on first-round draft pick Shea McClellin.
The Bears announced Wednesday they have waived TE Draylen Ross.
Brian Urlacher is still good at his job, as far as any of us know.
Jeremy Bates is new to the Bears, but he’s totally at home in training camp. The team’s new quarterbacks coach can measure his life in yard markers, tackling dummies and two-a-day practices.
The Bears have been quiet on why exactly Urlacher is missing practice, but one thing is certain – if the Bears have any hopes of contending in the NFC North, they’ll need No. 54.
Brian Urlacher was once again not on the field Tuesday, missing his sixth consecutive practice.
Mike Tice confirmed Monday what we’ve thought for nearly a week: J’Marcus Webb is the Bears starting left tackle.
The Bears have re-signed veteran wide receiver Rashied Davis to a one-year contract.
While any injury merits concern, one Bears expert said there’s reason to be positive about Urlacher’s injury.