Since Forte has started looking for a new contract, the Bears have signed running backs Marion Barber and Michael Bush to multi-year deals – something one Bears expert thinks has started to bother Forte.
Barber signed a two-year deal with the Bears before the start of last season, but wasn’t expected to be brought back, especially after the team signed Michael Bush Thursday.
The Bears signed running back Michael Bush to a four-year contract Thursday.
After avoiding the media since Sunday — and for most of the season — Marion Barber spoke Thursday, but only to 670 The Score’s Zach Zaidman and ChicagoBears.com’s Larry Mayer.
To break their current three-game skid, one Bears expert said the Bears need to do one simple thing.
Three weeks into the Caleb Hanie experience, it’s safe to say this back-up plan has not gone as smoothly as hoped.
Bears running back Marion Barber has been warned by the NFL for not talking to the media.
It’s two days after the Bears’ overtime loss to the Broncos and it’s still as baffling as ever.
Following the Bears 13-10 loss to the Broncos, Bears expert Zach Zaidman joined The Boers and Bernstein Show to break down the game.
Marion Barber’s decision to run out of bounds was just one of many stupid plays in an unbelievable sports weekend.
Check out Buffone’s thoughts on the Bears’ 13-10 loss to the Broncos.
In the words of one former Bears quarterback, Marion Barber commited the ultimate no-no when he ran out of bounds in Sunday’s 13-10 loss to the Broncos, ultimately costing his team a chance at the win.
Caleb Hanie has looked less than prepared, and the Bears are on a three-game losing streak since he took over. In the Bears 13-10 overtime loss to the Broncos, the defense gave up only one touchdown for the second straight week, yet the offense couldn’t muster up enough points to win.
After Sunday’s 13-10 overtime loss to the Broncos, many members of the Bears felt just as the fans did — speechless.
Bears Coach Lovie Smith said three consecutive losses have “really hurt us,” after the Bears blew a 10-0 lead and lost to the Denver Broncos in overtime Sunday.
So, that happened. With the Bears leading 10-0 with 4:34 to play and 63 yards of (somewhat) green grass in front of Tim Tebow and the Broncos offense, the “Almighty One” found his magic and wound up a 13-10 overtime winner against the Bears.
It’s truly amazing how there is always two sides to a story. Out here in Denver the talk continues of “Tebowmania” Meanwhile back in Chicago the talk is pretty simple…The Bears blew this one BIG TIME.
Never again do I want to have another leaflet-passer on the corner look me in the eye, grin vacantly and say “Jesus loves you.”
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The Bears may have only put up three points in their loss to the Chiefs on Sunday, but the opportunities to score were certainly there.