The Chicago Bears have waived quarterback Nathan Enderle.
The Bears may have at last accepted defeat with the playoff dream over and one game remaining in a ruined season, but Lovie Smith’s pronouncement that the team won’t be holding a tryout for next year in the finale at Minnesota boggles the mind.
Lovie Smith was somewhat vague Monday regarding his starting quarterback, saying Caleb Hanie is his starter, but adding that there would be an evaluation with more information available Wednesday.
Bears wide receiver Devin Hester is active despite tweaking an ankle injury this week and missing Friday’s practice.
I never thought I would say it, but I do not want Donovan McNabb, who is expected to clear waivers and be officially released by the Minnesota Vikings around 3pm Friday, in a Chicago Bears uniform. Unless he is on his couch eating soup.
With Cutler sidelined for an extended period of time with a broken thumb, head coach Lovie Smith said the Bears will look to add a veteran quarterback to the roster.
As expected, Bears offensive tackle is out for Monday night’s contest against the Eagles.
It’s probably a good thing that the biggest story in training camp right now is the backup quarterback.
The Bears have agreed to terms with quarterback Nathan Enderle and linebacker J.T. Thomas, who were both selected by the team during April’s NFL Draft.
Considering the Chicago Bears picked near the end of each round of the NFL draft, general manager Jerry Angelo on Saturday thought he did a reasonable job filling team needs.