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.
Patriots director of pro personnel Jason Licht returned to Halas Hall Thursday for his second interview with the Bears.
Here’s my take on how the NFL’s Week 15 will shake out with my predictions, my juggernaut game of the week, and my “juggernot lame of the weak”.
Tony Sparano has been fired as coach of the Miami Dolphins, the third dismissal of an NFL coach in the past two weeks.
Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby is out indefinitely with concussion-like symptoms.
Here’s my take on how the NFL’s Week 14 will shake out with my predictions, my juggernaut game of the week, and my “juggernot lame of the weak.”
2011 was the year of the “paper champion” in professional sports, and I have to admit, I have enjoyed watching every moment of each collapse.
Here’s my take on how the NFL’s Week 11 will shake out with my predictions, my juggernaut games of the week, and my “juggernot lames of the weak.”
FOX analyst Brian Billick, who will call the game Sunday, said the Bears win over the Eagles was a good test coming into this week’s matchup.
Regular season games don’t get much bigger than this one.
The Bears announced Friday that rookie right tackle Gabe Carimi suffered a setback and will undergo an arthroscopic debridement procedure Friday.
Since that debacle in Detroit, the Bears offensive line has come together. The team has one three straight games, and the Bears didn’t surrender a single sack in their last win over the Eagles.
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.
Michael Lombardi joined The Mully and Hanley Show to break down the Bears win over the Eagles on Monday night and preview the upcoming game against the Lions.
When the Bears fell to the Lions 24-13 as the nation watched on Monday Night Football, some thought that was the final nail in the coffin in the 2011 season.
The Bears mixed coverages and looks to confuse Michael Vick, but the biggest change was how physical the cornerbacks were allowed to be.
As the Bears wide receiver made his debut after missing six games with a chest injury, he caught five balls for 95 yards and a touchdown as the Bears defeated the Eagles, 26-20.
Check out this video below of Reid, then 13-years-old, competing in a punt, pass and kick competition.