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  • Bears need Emery's inspired vision

    Bears need Emery's inspired vision
    To the delight of Navy football players, the blizzard of 1996 had blanketed their campus in Annapolis, Md., with 2 feet of snow. Everything shut down — except Phil Emery. In case Emery, then Navy's inexorable strength and conditioning coach,...
  • Lot of talk from Emery, but not a lot of specifics

    Phil Emery’s honeymoon period beganwith a lot of talk about, well, talk. The Bears’ new general manager talked about processes and talked about moving forward. I’m all for the moving forward stuff. Moving forward is what the Bears need....
  • Doesn't sound like Emery knows how to judge a coach

    Doesn't sound like Emery knows how to judge a coach
    Phil Emery got so revved up that he forgot reality. No, wait, ¬†Emery didn’t get revved up at his introductory news conference. Emery seems incapable of getting revved up. So, maybe Emery was just so focused on offering snappy catchphrases about...
  • Bears place franchise tag on RB Forte

    Bears place franchise tag on RB Forte
    Matt Forte still does not have the long-term contract he is seeking, but the Bears have ensured that the Pro Bowl running back will return in 2012. In a move that was no surprise, the club placed the franchise tag on Forte on Friday, tendering him a one-...
  • One happy family: Nothing but good vibes with Cutler's new team

    One happy family: Nothing but good vibes with Cutler's new team
    All signs pointed away from the AFC, but Jay Cutler never figured his destination would be so familiar. He grew up in southern Indiana worshiping the Bears, appreciating their tradition. He understood the high expectations placed on their quarterbacks...