That’s what happens when both baseball teams are in the process of being sold for scrap.
When the Bears re-match the Vikings in Minnesota on Dec. 9, one former NFLer says the Bears need to get back at the All-Pro defensive end.
As a former NFL player who has suffered his fair share of concussions, 670 The Score contributor Matt Bowen knows exactly what Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is experiencing right now.
Heading into the Bears matchup against the Texans on Sunday night, one key matchup to watch is J.J. Watt versus Gabe Carimi.
No one will mistake the Rams for having a top-1o defense.
It may be weird for some Bears fans to see such a dominant force line up at wide receiver.
With Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall teaming up in Chicago, the Bears offensive possibilities just got a whole lot more exciting.
The Bears have been quiet on why exactly Urlacher is missing practice, but one thing is certain – if the Bears have any hopes of contending in the NFC North, they’ll need No. 54.
Anthony Adams, Matt Bowen, Alex Brown, Dez Clark and Hunter Hillenmeyer give you the good, the bad and the ugly from their training camp experience.
As Matt Bowen explains, once a player retires from the NFL, the adjustment back to a normal lifestyle can be quite difficult.
Still, one NFL expert thinks that in the NFL, talent will always outweigh character.
The ‘bounty’ system employed by the Saints and former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams may be just coming into the public light now, but it’s a system that has been in place for quite some time.
The Score’s Matt Bowen joined the Rosenbloom and Grote show Saturday to talk about Gregg Williams and the bounty rule violations in New Orleans.
While the time to retire may still be a few years away for the middle linebacker, one NFL expert said the Bears may be in trouble once Urlacher decides to hang up his cleats.
So far, it appears no one has improved their draft stock quite like Notre Dame wide receiver Michael Floyd.
Could the Bears wide receiver struggles end this offseason?
Check out this video from Bowen’s hit during the Redskins training camp in 2003.
It’s no doubt Randy Moss was one of the best wide receivers in the NFL during his prime, but can the 35-year-old wide out still play at that level?
Few of Angelo’s top picks turned out, but maybe that wasn’t all Angelo’s fault.
One commonality between Tom Brady and Eli Manning is their pocket presence.