By Dan Durkin (CBS) — The Bears wrapped up their fourth day of training camp on Monday and have an off-day on Tuesday. Added to the injury list from Sunday’s practice were wide receiver Alshon Jeffery (sore […]
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The high/low attack can stretch the defense vertically and horizontally if executed correctly.
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An important concept worked wonders for the Bears’ offense last season.
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Dan Durkin breaks down Marshall’s blocking, release from the line and some tricks of the trade.
“You want to win in this game, you have to have guys that really see the big picture,” Brandon Marshall said.
Let this not escape us: Patrick Kane is just 25 years old.
Alshon Jeffery and Jadeveon Clowney were teammates at South Carolina in 2011.
Marc Trestman says Marquess Wilson has the intelligence and flexibility the team’s looking for.
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Cardinals wideout Larry Fitzgerald is impressed by his counterparts in Chicago.
Alshon Jeffery was voted the Most Improved Player Of The Year by the Pro Football Writer’s Association.
Alshon Jeffery’s breakout second season didn’t go unnoticed.
Brandon Marshall predicts his best season is still coming.