Mourners gathered at Old St. Pat’s Church to pay final respects to the legendary linebacker, who was found dead in his Chicago home Monday at age 70.
Rest in peace, Doug.
A legendary Chicago Bear, Buffone passed away Monday at 70.
It’s easy to envision Doug above us somewhere, primed to yell at the TV and break down the Bears.
Doug was royalty and the Everyman all at once.
Buffone had a 14-year career with the Bears and was a 670 The Score host on Bears postgame.
“The Chicago Bears are losers,” Doug Buffone says.
Chicago football legend Doug Buffone will be the target of this year’s 670 The Score celebrity roast.
So what’s Bears legend Doug Buffone’s advice for Brian Urlacher?
Find out what the guys had to say following the Bears’ 23-22 win over the Carolina Panthers Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field.
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Check out Big Doug’s break down of the Bears’ GM search.
CBS 2’s John Drummond went to the old Belmont studios when The Score was on AM 820 to film the reaction after Mike Ditka was fired.
While watching the first round of the NFL playoffs this past weekend, former Bear Doug Buffone couldn’t help but wonder where the Bears went wrong this season.
Check out Buffone’s thoughts on the Bears’ 13-10 loss to the Broncos.
The Bears defense forced the Lions offense into six turnovers in Sunday’s game alone — something one Bears expert said was the key to the game.
If you missed Big Doug Buffone on with The Mully and Hanley Show on Thursday, check it out here.
You can add Bears great Doug Baffone to the list of those who aren’t too thrilled with the play-calling by offensive coordinator Mike Martz.
There’s very little argument against the fact that Brian Urlacher has been one of the best Bears players during his time in Chicago. But there are some that are hesitant to place him among the ranks of Dick Butkus and Mike Singletary.
The NFL owners voted to change several rules before the start of net season, and that has taken the headlines away from the labor negotiations, at least for a little while. But the proposed 18-game schedule is still the biggest issue.