If you need a spot starter, give Dan Herron and Kenny Stills a look.
In a critical AFC East showdown last night, the Dolphins emerged with a 22-9 victory, scoring the game’s final 19 points in the last 18 minutes.
Give Derek Carr and Kenny Stills a look this week if you need a spot starter.
Give Kyle Orton, Darren McFadden and John Brown a look if you need a spot starter.
Jay Cutler was oh-so-close to getting traded to Washington in 2009.
The sight of Jimmy Clausen or Jordan Palmer can only strike fear in Bears fans.
The idea of Kyle Orton being a backup in Chicago appears far-fetched.
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Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo underwent back surgery and will miss the remainder of the season and the playoffs, the team announced Friday.
Dallas owner Jerry Jones says the Cowboys aren’t ruling Tony Romo out of a winner-take-all game against Philadelphia because doctors could clear him after treating his back injury.
That’s the way it goes with Bears fans. The backup is beloved until called upon, and if he doesn’t perform like a starter, start yelling for the next guy in line.
Check out the audio clip from when the news broke that the Bears had acquired Jay Cutler during The Boers and Bernstein Show on 670 The Score.
A person with knowledge of the decisions says the Dallas Cowboys have agreed to deals with quarterback Kyle Orton and cornerback Brandon Carr.
Former Bears quarterback Kyle Orton may be done with the Bears, but his business with Chicago isn’t quite finished.
I’m finding it very difficult to make a persuasive argument on why Bears fans should be worried about Kansas City. Strangely, that worries me.
If the Bears have any plans of extending their season beyond their matchup with Vikings on Jan. 1, this Sunday’s game against the depleted Chiefs is a must-win.
Let’s take a look at the Chiefs’ strengths and weaknesses, as well as the key match-ups in a bounce-back game for the Bears.
Check out this video of Fake Kyle Orton’s goodbye message to the Denver Broncos
The NFL’s wild quarterback-go-round often seems as much a game of chance as anything a Las Vegas casino can offer.
If you’ve ever wondered how Kyle Orton really ended up in Kansas City, here’s your answer.