Forced to part ways from the Bears coaching staff after the 2006 Super Bowl appearance, Ron Rivera learned a big lesson.
According to multiple reports, former Bears’ linebacker and defensive coordinator Ron Rivera will be named the next head coach of the Carolina Panthers.
Ron Rivera was the defensive coordinator of the Chicago Bears when they went to the Super Bowl in the 2006 season. And according to a report, is close to becoming the next head coach of the Carolina Panthers.
It seems everyday brings a new outlook for the 2011 NFL season. Yesterday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said he was hopeful a new deal could be reached. Today, comes a less optimistic outlook.
The Minnesota Vikings finally did something right this season. By beating the Philadelphia Eagles, the Vikings gave the Bears a guaranteed first round bye in the NFC Playoffs.
This Bears’ season has come as a surprise to most, and there’s potential for it to get even more better before playoffs start.
Julius Peppers was the biggest free agent target of the off-season. The book on Peppers, in Carolina, was that he took plays off, so far here in Chicago that couldn’t be farther from the truth.
(WSCR) – Jimmy Clausen was considered an elite quarterback prospect coming out of high school. While at Notre Dame he played in a pro-style offense and developed into a very good game manager and an […]
When the Bears hired Mike Martz as their Offense Coordinator it was expected that the passing game would become the main focus of the offense. The traditional Martz offense is a timing-based passing attack that […]
Well, after five games I must say that we are sitting pretty good. This season is shaping up to be one thats going to be wild and crazy. Not many thought that after 5 games […]
The Bears ran the ball 41 times on Sunday for 219 yards. Those 41 rushes were more indicative of a game plan designed for a specific game, than a new offensive focus. With the loss […]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) John Fox made several observations while coaching the freakishly athletic Julius Peppers for eight years in Carolina, but one stood out on Sunday. “Quick screens to his side are not recommended,” he […]
GAME HIGHLIGHTS – ‘MONDAYS WITH LOVIE’: Matt Forte rushed for 166 yards and two touchdowns, Julius Peppers had an acrobatic interception against his former team and the Chicago Bears overcame four interceptions by backup quarterback to beat the winless Carolina Panthers.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Carolina Panthers will be without top receiver Steve Smith and starting safety Sherrod Martin against Chicago because of injuries. Smith hasn’t practiced since spraining his left ankle in Sunday’s loss to […]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Jordan Gross estimates he’s lined up opposite Julius Peppers more than a thousand times in seven years of practices with the Panthers. On Sunday, they’ll go one-on-one again – only this time […]
(AP) — The Chicago Bears’ inability to protect quarterback Jay Cutler led to their first loss. Fortunately for the Bears, the Carolina Panthers’ all-time sacks leader is now on their roster. Hopeful that Cutler can […]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Julius Peppers described his offseason departure from Carolina as “a little sour” on Wednesday, claiming the Panthers tried to paint him in a bad light after deciding to let him leave in […]
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Brian Kelly’s address has changed and so have his players. The style, though, is much the same now that he’s at Notre Dame. Pitt coach Dave Wannstedt knows what to expect […]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) The winless Carolina Panthers likely will be without top receiver Steve Smith for at least one game because of a high ankle sprain. Smith’s agent, Derrick Fox, said Monday the four-time Pro […]
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Brian Kelly got plenty of TV face time as he worked his spread offense from the sidelines and chewed out assorted players for various lapses during a pivotal victory for Notre […]