Bears reserve running back Kahlil Bell may have sparked Saturday night with 73 yards on 13 rushes and 48 yards on two catches, but his true value still lies on special teams.
After kicking off from the 30-yard line on two first half kickoffs Saturday, Bears special teams coach Dave Toub confirmed that the NFL told them they had to move up to the 35-yard line for the second half.
Reports surfaced on Wednesday that the framework for a new collective bargaining agreement between the NFL and the players could be finalized by this weekend, and officially agreed on by July.
If you talk to players about the NFL game, they all will tell you that the kickoff is the most dangerous play in the game.
For three years now, one common question Bears fans always have is: Why was Devin Hester taken off kick return duties?
By Jeff Joniak– Offense: Control the Clock Like the Bears did in Miami, it is wise at this point to control the clock in order to quiet down the high scoring Eagles offense. It’s asking […]