Ryan Braun is an oozing abscess of gelled up hair and bad t-shirts.
It’s no doubt Randy Moss was one of the best wide receivers in the NFL during his prime, but can the 35-year-old wide out still play at that level?
The Chicago Slaughter, an Indoor Football League team, has offered Randy Moss a contact.
If Randy Moss really is coming out of retirement, former teammate Cris Carter believes the Chicago Bears would be a good fit for the wide receiver.
Charles Tillman’s interception off Tim Tebow in Sunday’s Bears game was good, but was it the best?
Randy Moss is calling it a career after 13 seasons in the NFL as one of the most dynamic and polarizing players the league has ever seen.
It’s no secret the Bears have some holes to fill, particularly on the offensive side of the ball. Who do you want to see the Bears sign?
It’s amazing how an offensive coordinator who guided the Bears to the 30th ranked offense in the league a year ago remains with so much power.
As the Bears head into a bye week, we couldn’t help but share with you some amusing quotes from the NFL season. Who said he was the best but didn’t want to say it? What did the Cowboys’ adviser have to say about the team’s $54,896 dinner? How did Jay Cutler feel about throwing four picks to DeAngelo Hall?
The Vikings are fighting to get back into the NFC North race while the Bears have a chance to tie the Packers for the lead. Both teams have a lot to gain from Sunday’s game.
Jay Cutler said the Chicago Bears didn’t come to him for his opinion in going after Randy Moss. He stated that Mike Martz’s system is too difficult for someone new to grasp this late into the season. Had the Bears put in a claim, due to their record, they would have won the waiver claim.
From the moment the news broke that Randy Moss had been waived by the Minnesota Vikings, every Bears fan wondered if the team would take a shot at him. According to Hub Arkush it could happen.
We can debate the actual merits of the Bears pursuing the just-waived Randy Moss. We can soberly weigh the risks and potential rewards of acquiring the unpredictable receiver, and reach a well-considered conclusion about how he makes the Bears better or worse.
News of the Minnesota Vikings reportedly waiving Randy Moss sent ripples of reaction across the NFL Monday, including Halas Hall. Bears’ tight end Greg Olsen joined Zach Zaidman on 670 The Score Monday night and said he was surprised by the news