After the Bears’ 13-10 overtime loss to the Broncos on Sunday, linebacker Brian Urlacher had some interesting comments about the Broncos signal caller.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show to break down the game.
One NFL expert said there is no way the Jaguars would want Martz.
With the Bears fighting the Lions for a wildcard playoff spot, Thursday’s Lions-Packers match up has interesting implications.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk joined The McNeil and Speigel Show today to break down the NFL.
Florio even suggested if the Packers secure the No. 1 seed in the playoffs and the Bears take the No. 6 seed, he could see the Bears heading to Green Bay and taking down the Packers in the NFC Championship game.
The Bears have the option of using the franchise tag on Matt Forte for the next two season, ultimately getting six seasons out of Forte for minimal cost.
Now that the lockout is over, fans everywhere are wondering when free agency will start and when their team will report to training camp.
Pro Football Weekly’s Mike Florio thinks logic suggests the Hall of Fame Game between the Bears and Rams will be played.
Over the course of the 120 days of the NFL Lockout, conflicting media reports have surfaced several times per week indicating that an end was either on the horizon, or that preseason games would be missed.
The Chicago Bears are scheduled to open their 2011 training camp on July 22, that is of course if the league and the players work out their an agreement for a new collective bargaining agreement.
On the heels of the NFL owners meeting in suburban Chicago, there seems to be a mixture of positive and negative thinking towards the league and players being able to reach an agreement before football is missed.
he NFL and the players held several “secret” meetings both in a Chicago suburb, and recently in New York. The most encouraging element of these meetings was an intentional lack of a specific group.
NFL fans have had to put up with an awful lot, as the players and owners have been battling in court and at the negotiating table, all the while, the fate of the 2011 season has been in doubt.
Chicago Bears fans, and all NFL fans, are anxiously awaiting the end of the current lockout and labor dispute so their teams can return to business as usual and get back to preparing for the 2011 season.
Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio says there’s no way of knowing whether or not the Bears were really going to draft Gabe Carimi had they executed the trade properly.
The Chicago Bears will play one of their 2011 regular season games in London, as the NFL continues to try and build a fan base in Europe.
One of the major sticking points in the ongoing NFL labor negotiations is the expanded regular season schedule that the league is pushing for.
As the disappointment begins to fade, we start to look ahead to what next season may bring. And for the Chicago Bears it will likely bring high expectations and a target on their back.
The Bears were rewarded for their 11-5 record with a first round bye in the playoffs and a home field advantage for this divisional round game. But according to ProFootballTalk.com’s Mike Florio, that week off could hurt them.