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The Bears announced Tuesday that they have completed an interview with Jimmy Raye for their vacant general manager position.
ESPN Monday Night Football analyst Jon Gruden is ready to return to coaching, CBSSports.com confirmed.
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The Bears’ decision to sign Marion Barber after the Cowboys released him may pay great dividends in the absence of Jay Cutler.
In the wake of the Bears’ win over the Chargers where quarterback Jay Cutler broke his right thumb, NFL expert Hub Arkush joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show to break down the game.
Up until the injury to Jay Cutler’s throwing hand, he was starting to look like an elite, franchise quarterback.
Check out these photos from the Bears-Chargers game.
The Bears sit a 7-3 with a Wildcard playoff berth still within reach, but one former NFL quarterback said it’s going to be an uphill battle for Chicago.
Just over a month ago, the Bears were 2-3 and looked to be headed for disappointment. Five wins later, they seem like a legitimate player in the NFC race after another rather impressive showing against San Diego on Sunday. That is, if they are able to overcome Jay Cutler’s broken thumb.
The Bears’ impressive 31-20 win over the Chargers Sunday quickly turned sour after reports surfaced that quarterback Jay Cutler broke the thumb in his throwing hand and could miss significant time.
Cutler threw for 286 yards and two touchdowns, and the Bears won their fifth straight, beating Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers 31-20 on Sunday.
For just the second time this season, defense end Corey Wootten will be active for the Bears as they take on the Chargers.
By Laurence Holmes- (WSCR) This week starts a strange stretch of games for the Bears. In the next four weeks, they will play every team in the AFC West. It leaves the Bears with some opportunities […]
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.”
This weekend’s matchup between the Bears and the Chargers could be categorized as the tale of two teams heading in drastically different directions.
D.J. Moore didn’t finish last Sunday’s game and he won’t play in this one either.
The Bears are going to beat San Diego on Sunday. That will extend the win streak to five, my friend.
The Chargers have been taken down by injuries and costly turnovers — something the Bears will look to capitalize on when the two teams square off Sunday in Chicago.