(CBS) Bears wide receiver Roy Williams practiced without limitations Thursday as the Bears prepare to take on the Packers for an NFC North showdown. Williams, who signed with the Bears as a free agent this […]
Bears wide receiver Roy Williams was back at practice on Wednesday, although he was limited after missing Sunday’s loss to the Saints with a groin strain.
Questions have been pouring in since the Bears lost to New Orleans Sunday. Let’s see what’s on tap in this week’s mailbag.
The Saints have declared cornerback Tracy Porter inactive for Sunday’s game against Chicago, while the Bears have scratched receiver Roy Williams, safety Chris Harris and guard Lance Louis.
Marion Barber, Chris Harris and Lance Louis were all listed as “doubtful” for Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints Friday.
The Island of Cautious Pessimism is a comfortable place to be. You’ve been here before, too, at one time or another. I’ve seen you. I remember faces of like-minded Bears fans who wait with me for the inevitable.
Without a new contract done, Matt Forte knows his long-term value will directly correlate with how he plays this season.
To say the preseason didn’t go well for newly acquired Bears wide receiver Roy Williams would be an understatement.
As we focus once again on the sheer joy of watching huge men clobber each other until their brains leak out, I’m picturing the next four months for the Bears, and here’s what’s in store.
The third game is the most important in the pre-season. Teams put in a minimal game-plan, but try not to show too much of what they want to accomplish in the regular season.
Offensive football can feel like it’s so complicated. Especially when you’re dealing with the intricacies of Mike Martz’s offense, but it really comes down to one thing: can you protect your quarterback?
Roy Williams has yet to catch a pass in two preseason games, but many believe he should have.
Laurence Holmes takes your Bears questions every week in his mailbag.
Lovie Smith didn’t pull any punches when expressing how he felt about the Bears performance vs. the Giants. It’s not about winning and losing in a preseason game, but it is about improvement.
A quick look back at the good, bad and ugly from last night’s 41-13 loss to the Giants.
The second preseason game is here and there is plenty to look at. Here’s what I’ll be watching for tonight as the Bears face the Giants in New York.
Lance Briggs missed practice on Thursday with a knee bruise. He will not practice on Friday and will not play in the Bears’ second pre-eason game vs. the Giants on Monday.
During practices, you can see Mike Martz stalking the practice field making sure that offensive players are in the right spot on time.
Well, one preseason game is in the books and there is a lot to talk about. Let’s get straight to your questions:
Saturday provides the first opportunity to see what the Bears look like in game-situations. Here are some of the things that I’m interested in seeing Saturday.