Hoge: Why Rose, Cutler Injuries Might Lead To ChampionshipsThe Bulls had no chance of winning the NBA Finals once Derrick Rose’s ACL snapped in half, just like the Bears had no chance of winning the Super Bowl when Jay Cutler’s thumb broke.
Bears Sign Campbell As Backup QBThe Chicago Bears have signed free agent quarterback Jason Campbell to a one-year deal.
Dennis McKinnon: 'Embarrassed' By BearsFormer Bears wide out Dennis McKinnon joined The Matt Abbatacola Show to share some of this thoughts on the organization he spent seven seasons with -- and won a Super Bowl with in 1985.
Angelo: McCown Could Be Around For 2012 SeasonIn his first start since 2007 on Sunday against Green Bay, McCown was 19-of-28 for 242 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions.
McCown To Start Against PackersJosh McCown will start at quarterback for the Bears Sunday night when they take on the Packers in Green Bay.
McCown To Get Snaps With No. 1 UnitBackup quarterback Josh McCown will get snaps with the Bears' No. 1 offense in Wednesday's practice, 670 The Score's Zach Zaidman reported Tuesday.
Knox Spinal Surgery A SuccessJohnny Knox's spinal surgery was a success, his agent said on Twitter Monday.
Smith Vague Regarding QB Situation Against PackersLovie Smith was somewhat vague Monday regarding his starting quarterback, saying Caleb Hanie is his starter, but adding that there would be an evaluation with more information available Wednesday.
Jim Miller: Hanie Failed To 'Put His Big Boy Pants On'After another dismal performance in his fourth start as Bears quarterback, Caleb Hanie has his fair share of critics.
Lovie: Hanie Shouldn't Get All The Blame For Bears' LossBears Coach Lovie Smith said quarterback Caleb Hanie should not get all the blame for the crushing loss to the Seattle Seahawks Sunday, but would not rule out any lineup changes for when the Bears take on the Green Bay Packers next week.
Shepkowski: Last Four Games Further Indictment on AngeloThat was as ugly as it gets. It feels like I’ve said that three weeks in a row now but the Seattle Seahawks looked like world-beaters at the hands of the Chicago Bears Sunday.