Monday Night Football
Marshall knows how to stay in the spotlight.
There’s never been anyone quite like Devin Hester.
With Jason Campbell calling the signals tonight in San Francisco, coach Lovie Smith says the Bears won’t do anything differently on offense than they would if Jay Cutler was ready to play.
Nathan Burris must really like football.
During the Broncos-Chargers game in Denver on Monday night, Mickelson will attempt his first public shot on a football field.
The network acknowledged its shortcomings when it reassigned… ahem… Ron Jaworski and took him out of the booth.
The former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback has signed a five-year extension with the network that includes more studio work and removes him from the Monday Night Football booth.
As the Bears offense struggles to find its identity, CBS Sports football analyst Boomer Esiason thinks the Bears should just stick to what works.
Williams’ has cut a new song “I’ll Keep My …,” calling out “Fox & Friends” and ESPN after an interview last week on the Fox News talk show led to the end of his association with the sports network and “Monday Night Football,” long home to his “Are you ready for some football?” theme.
As the Bears head to Detroit to take on the undefeated Lions as the nation watches on Monday Night Football, head coach Love Smith isn’t buying the hype that this is a “must-win” game.
The Bears have won their last six games against the Detroit Lions, but the game coming up this Monday is expected to be a difficult one, and what analyst Tom Thayer calls “the most physical game” ever between the two teams.
The NFL released the complete schedule for the 2011-2012 regular season on Tuesday. If there is a NFL season this year, and right now that’s a big if, the Bears know whom, when and where they will play.
The Bears have a lot on their minds this week. They don’t know for sure where their game against the Vikings will be played and they can lock up the division with a win. LISTEN: TOM THAYER
Either time messes with your mind on days like this, or your mind messes with time. If somebody wanted to bet that 7:30 PM was actually going to arrive tonight, I’d think seriously about wagering against […]