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Chris Conte

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  • Cutler in command in victory over Redskins

    Cutler in command in victory over Redskins
    Jay Cutler sat out the Bears' first exhibition game but did not look the least bit rusty in his debut Saturday night at Soldier Field. The quarterback was comfortable and in command of the new offense against the Redskins, setting the tone early in a 33-...
  • So much good stuff, and then there are the Bears safeties

    So much good stuff, and then there are the Bears safeties
    The Bears’ passing game? Just like big-boy offenses. The Bears’ running game? Looks like third-and-1 is no longer their version of clown college. The Bears’ pass rush? Look at you, Israel Idonije, finally racking up sacks the way...
  • Bears pay a price for win over Vikings

    Bears pay a price for win over Vikings
    After the season, the Bears plan to begin expanding Halas Hall, but they might need to build out the training room now. In what resembled a last-man-standing battle, they beat the rival Vikings 28-10 on Sunday at Soldier Field, but the badly needed...
  • Chris Conte, meet Megatron

    Chris Conte, meet Megatron
    Like all the Bears, Chris Conte enjoyed his bye week. He and his teammates also are glad to be back at work, and with good reason: Conte will have his work cut out for him against Calvin Johnson and Detroit on Monday. The safety talked to RedEye about...
  • Biggs: 10 thoughts on Bears' win over Giants

    Biggs: 10 thoughts on Bears' win over Giants
    Ten thoughts on the Chicago Bears after their 20-17 exhibition victory Friday night over the New York Giants in East Rutherford, N.J. 1. Lovie Smith always has said that it's hard to make final roster cuts, with plenty of hard decisions in the process....
  • Bears trounce Colts in opener

    Bears trounce Colts in opener
    As an Arlington Heights native, Colts safety Tom Zbikowski remembers years of bland, rarely potent offenses from the Bears. Standing in the mostly cleared-out visiting locker room at Soldier Field on Sunday afternoon, Zbikowski shook his head after the...
  • Packers beat Bears 23-10

    Packers beat Bears 23-10
    GREEN BAY — At least the on-field camera for this nationally televised game didn't capture Jay Cutler shouting vulgarities at his offensive coordinator. That's maybe the only way progress can be judged for the Bears, who were looking to make a...
  • Bears topple Bucs in London

    Bears topple Bucs in London
    LONDON — The Bears talked about it so much you hate to wonder where they would be if they didn't reach 4-3 before their week off. Fortunately, they don't have to consider that now because the goal coach Lovie Smith set forth after a dismal effort...
  • Offense anemic as Bears fall to Chiefs

    Offense anemic as Bears fall to Chiefs
    A report before Sunday's game said Mike Martz will not return next season as the Bears offensive coordinator. If a painfully bad 10-3 loss to the Chiefs at Soldier Field weighs in the final decision, perhaps he won't. But what matters now is the Bears'...
  • Bears' season all but over

    Bears' season all but over
    A week after being Tebowed, the Bears managed to get T-Jacked with their fragile season hanging in the balance. Minus quarterback Jay Cutler and running back Matt Forte, the Bears admitted their defense needed to step up and carry them. Brian Urlacher...
  • This entire season has become a false-start

    This entire season has become a false-start
    They can’t stop the run. They can’t pressure with their front four. They can’t get home on the blitz. They can’t get their safeties to play safety. The Bears’ defense looks done. The Bears’ offense, of course, started...
  • Bears escape exhibitions unscathed

    Bears escape exhibitions unscathed
    This charade is just one reason NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell would like an 18-game regular season. The final exhibition game is an exercise based far more on how carefully a team can make the transition to the regular season in full health than it is...