Biggs: Don't Fear Harris On LionsInstead of safety Chris Harris lining up with the Bears secondary, he will now take his place in the Lions secondary as their strong safety. Harris was cut by the Bears on Oct. 27 and was signed by the Lions the following day.
Harris Claimed By Lions One day after his release from the Bears, the Lions have claimed veteran safety Chris Harris off waivers.
Hillenmeyer Doesn't Know What's Going On With Bears One day after former Bears linebacker Hunter Hillenmeyer took to Twitter to tell the world how he felt about Jerry Angelo's decision to cut Chris Harris, he joined The Mully and Hanley Show to discuss his comments.
Wisch: Would Lovie Smith Be Interested In The Buckeyes?Lovie Smith's name has been mentioned as a candidate to take over at Ohio State should there be another opening. Would he be interested?
Thayer: Bye Week Will Provide Much-Needed Rest For Bears VeteransFormer Chicago Bear and WBBM Newsradio analyst Tom Thayer says a four-day rest is just what the veterans on the Bears need, as the team enters a bye week.
Hillenmeyer Takes Shot At Angelo The Bears may have released veteran safety Chris Harris, but one former Bears player isn't thrilled about it.
Gabriel: Harris Release No Shock The release of Chris Harris from the Bears wasn't exactly a shock to one NFL insider.
Bears' Chris Harris Released Chris Harris' time with the Bears has come to an end, and he is calling it "one of the lowest points" in his career.
Shepkowski: The Good, Bad and Ugly of Bears-BucsThey haven't looked truly remarkable since their Week 1 thrashing of Atlanta, but in running the ball better of late and an improved defense, the playoffs don't seem as far fetched as they did after the Green Bay and New Orleans debacles earlier in the year.
Harris Starting For London Showdown Less than a week after he requested a trade from Chicago, Bears safety Chris Harris is active for the Bears showdown against the Bucs in London.
Angelo On Harris: 'You Can't Please Everyone' When Jerry Angelo pulls the trigger on a trade, he does it for one reason: to make his football team better.