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  • Wake up and smell the modern, Bears

    Wake up and smell the modern, Bears
    The great experiment begins. Can the Bears, always known for middle linebackers and running backs, evolve into a modern NFL franchise? One with an offensive-minded head coach, talented QB and modern-thinking GM? Of course not. This is Chicago, and...
  • 'Hey, I'm in the NFL!'

    'Hey, I'm in the NFL!'
    Life in the real world ain't the same as childhood. More intensity, more responsibility. Same goes for life in the NFL. RedEye sat down with a slew of Bears and asked them for their "Welcome To the NFL" moment—when they knew, "I'm not in college...
  • Whole lotta love for the 1-0 Bears

    Whole lotta love for the 1-0 Bears
    Welcome to the new age, Bears fans. The previous regime was all right; it’s not as if Lovie Smith’s 10-6 record in 2012 was a disaster. But when it’s Super Bowl or bust, you need a nuclear-powered offense or defense—or both—...
  • NHL's Gary Bettman earned more than $8 million for 2011-12 season

    NHL's Gary Bettman earned more than $8 million for 2011-12 season
    After leading the NHL into three lockouts, Commissioner Gary Bettman won’t win any popularity contests among hockey fans. But his bosses — team owners — continue to compensate him well. According to the Sports Business Journal, Bettman...
  • What would Urlacher say about this Bears win?

    What would Urlacher say about this Bears win?
    Brian Urlacher’s playing career is over, but he’s still dishing out hits. Since becoming an analyst for Fox Sports 1, the legendary Bears linebacker has stirred the pot on faking injuries, why he hates some of the NFL rules changes and how...
  • Just Joshin'

    Just Joshin'
    He doesn't have the rocket arm. Or the celebrity wife. Or even a Tumblr of him "smoking." Josh McCown keeps his distance from all that noise. The 34-year-old Texas native's happy-to-be-here approach to his NFL career has helped Chicago embrace him as...
  • 2013: The year of Jay

    2013: The year of Jay
    Jay Cutler is going to have the best year of his NFL career in 2013. Whether you love the Bears quarterback or love to hate him, Jay does not care. (DOOOOOOOOESN'T CAAAAAAAARE.) But what's happened around Cutler is what's important in forecasting his near...
  • Curse you, Sports Illustrated

    Curse you, Sports Illustrated
    We've got a 3-0 football team to celebrate, fall in love with and despair over, but before that, a word of thanks to Sports Illustrated. Thank you for ruining the entire Blackhawks season by A) putting them on the cover and B) anointing them as repeat...
  • No pressure, Jon Bostic

    No pressure, Jon Bostic
    If there's anyone out there who wants to play defensive line for the Bears, we're taking applicants. It's what happens with injuries, but let's get you caught up on the Bears depleted roster. Also, find the panic button and hit it. We have Zach...
  • You might actually like the new Bears

    You might actually like the new Bears
    Hard to believe, but we have ourselves a football game Friday. Normally the first preseason game is an opportunity for the Bears to roll out the same old same old, but darn it, this year is different. The first thing is, it's OK to admit you're not...
  • RIP, legendary Bears defense

    RIP, legendary Bears defense
    It's sad when it ends like this. I am talking about the Bears season, but I'm also speaking of the great Bears defense. So many years. So many wins. So many pick-sixes, forced fumbles, great players. It had to end sometime and it has ended …...
  • Review: 'Monsters' by Rich Cohen

    Review: 'Monsters' by Rich Cohen
    This is a football city, and that is because we (or most of us) still like to think we live in a rough-and-tumble town. The echo of Carl Sandburg remains strong. He called the city “alive and coarse and strong and cunning” and endowed it...