Roughly one week after he was told he wasn’t in the Bears’ future plans, nickle back D.J. Moore has signed with the Panthers.
D.J. Moore is no more in Chicago.
Under head coach Jim Schwartz, the Lions have earned the reputation of being a dirty, undisciplined team around the league.
As expected, Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery is active Monday night against the 49ers after missing four straight games with a hand injury.
Time offers the opportunity for perspective, so I thought it would be a good idea to wait each week to give my thoughts on the Bears game.
Days after speaking out about how he felt when Jay Cutler bumped J’Marcus Webb during last Thursday’s Bears-Packers game, D.J. Moore was in hot water with his head coach.
Add teammate D.J. Moore to the list of those displeased with Jay Cutler’s actions during the Bears’ loss to the Packers on Thursday night.
With the NFL Draft less than one week away, Bears cornerback D.J. Moore joined Laurence Holmes inside The Score studios.
The Chicago Bears stopped their five-game losing streak at the end of this what-could-have-been season, but even this victory was plenty painful.
Barber is a bad word to Bears fans right now, but D.J. Moore’s barber is one of his favorite people. The diminutive defensive back likes to stay a cut above – both on and off the field.
As expected, corner back D.J. Moore will miss his third straight game with an ankle injury as the Bears take on the Chiefs at Soldier Field.
For just the second time this season, defense end Corey Wootten will be active for the Bears as they take on the Chargers.
The much-talked about fines from the fight between Matthew Stafford and D.J. Moore in Sunday’s Bears-Lions game have finally been handed out.
D.J. Moore didn’t finish last Sunday’s game and he won’t play in this one either.
The Score’s Zach Zaidman reports Bears corner back D.J. Moore missed practice Thursday with an ankle injury.
In the wake of the Bears-Lions brawl that led to D.J. Moore’s ejection from Sunday’s win, one NFL expert doesn’t think there will be any suspensions — just strong fines.
In honor of the baseball general managers meeting Monday in Milwaukee, time to spray to all fields while waiting to see if Carlos squared (Quentin and Zambrano) are sent packing.
On the heels of a 37-13 victory over the Lions, the Bears have one four straight, but one Bears captain isn’t surprised by the team’s recent surge.
It’s been brewing since the Monday night game last month. In fact, the kindling for this fire was sparked with Calvin Johnson’s non-catch in the opener last year. The Bears and Lions don’t like each other and Sunday it boiled over.
Bears Coach Lovie Smith said Monday morning that the Detroit Lions’ Matthew Stafford should have been ejected along with D.J. Moore during a rough play, but the real story is the Bears’ strong playing that led to victory.