The Bears may have returned from London, but could they be going back?
The Bears have signed draft pick Stephen Paea to a four-year contract, and have agreed to terms with fellow draft pick Chris Conte.
While the representatives for the NFL owners and players continue to try and reach an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement, there’s a group of players not only uncertain when they’ll play again, but also where they’ll play.
As the NFL Lockout now drags into its 119th day, fans are really only concerned about when a deal will get done. If fans ever cared about revenue sharing and rookie wage scales, those days days are long gone.
The NFL Lockout has now lasted 115 days, and still, the fate of training camp, preseason and the regular season are uncertain. The one thing that the work stoppage has given teams, is the time to prepare themselves for handling the resumption of football.
Despite being encouraged by the NFL to compensate the Ravens for botching a deal the two teams had agreed to, the Bears say they refused to do so.
The Bears had not traded up in the first round since 1996, but were willing to do so for Wisconsin OT Gabe Carimi.
Bears kicker Robbie Gould says the Bears and the rest of the NFL players want to play, and accuses team owners of wanting to lock out the players all along.
A year ago, after the 2009 season, when Lovie Smith addressed the media and the fans after a 7-9 season there was an almost unanimous call for Smith to fired.
Forced to part ways from the Bears coaching staff after the 2006 Super Bowl appearance, Ron Rivera learned a big lesson.
There’s something different about Boston College offensive tackle Anthony Castonzo from Hawthorne Woods.
Oliver Purnell was known as a good recruiter before he stepped on to the campus of DePaul University. And already in his first season, Purnell has started to see some production from his young players.
Michael Vick steals most of the headlines when it comes to the Eagles’ offense, but he’s not the only playmaker the team has. The best way to slow down the Eagles’ offense might just be the Bears’ offense.
There has been a shift in the Bears offense attack. They are no longer relying on the pass to win games. However, with the added run game has Jay Cutler become a game manager?
Over the course of Lovie Smith’s career, the the formula for success has been pretty simple. From an offensive perspective, all they’ve had to do was score 18 points.
Outside of the Carolina game, the Bears have been primarily a passing offense. However, against the lowly Bills it would be a crime not to commit to the run.
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