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  • Why Tice sounds crazy

    Why Tice sounds crazy
    J’Marcus Webb has yet to play 16 NFL games. He’s the Bears’ starting left offensive tackle. Chris Williams has played enough games for me to think he’s a bust. He’s the Bears’ starting left guard. Roberto Garza has...
  • Monday, September 12, 2011

    5 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.   Greg Jarrett                               5:49 a.m.  Today begins repair of the Torrence Ave Bridge over the Calumet River; it’s going to be shut down for over a year for reconstruction. Justin Swain details both the repair...
  • Saints Center Olin Kreutz Quits Team

    Saints Center Olin Kreutz Quits Team
    "Who Dat" they say is leaving the New Orleans Saints?   #50, Center, Olin Kreutz is. "You know it's always difficult when you think about it because he's a hall of fame center,"  Coach Sean Payton said. 34-year old, Kreutz, only in his first season as a...
  • Bears beat, dupe Giants

    Bears beat, dupe Giants
    After barely hanging on during a dismal first half Sunday night, the Bears crushed the Giants with 28 points in less than 25 minutes of the second half for a 38-20 victory over a team that didn't show them much respect before the game. The result was a...
  • Bears clinch, Rex falters

    Bears clinch, Rex falters
    It was a victory for a division championship that was anything but cause for celebration. The Bears lost their best defensive lineman, Tommie Harris, with an apparent knee injury. Their Pro Bowl cornerback, Nathan Vasher, left the game with a strained...
  • Bears smother Seahawks

    Bears smother Seahawks
    Whether or not it was a preview of the NFC championship game as some speculate remains to be seen. And the Bears don't view themselves as the NFC champions despite crushing the defending champion Seattle Seahawks 37-6 Sunday night. But the Bears finished...
  • Bears take care of business vs. Rams

    Bears take care of business vs. Rams
    Devin Hester playfully referred to it as "Secret Weapon No. 5," but the rest of the NFL knows it as the "Wildcat" offense. The direct snap to the running back has been a staple in the Miami Dolphins' attack all season. Suddenly, it has become part of the...
  • Forte shines in debut as Bears stun Colts

    Forte shines in debut as Bears stun Colts
    After compiling the most rushing yards for a Bears rookie in a debut, Matt Forte calmly sat down at his locker, oblivious to the hype surrounding his 123-yard, one-touchdown performance. "I'm glad we won, but I'm not going to go crazy over it," Forte...
  • A perfect gift: Bears sweep Packers

    A perfect gift: Bears sweep Packers
    It means virtually nothing to the Bears this season other than sardonically costing them a little higher NFL draft choice. But the Bears' 35-7 victory Sunday over Green Bay before a weather-battered Soldier Field crowd of 55,419, the sixth in eight games...
  • David Haugh's Bears mailbag

    Kyle Orton . . . gunslinger? Drew Brees used that word to describe his successor at Purdue, where quarterbacks practically are issued a holster and ammo clip with their playbooks. But in the NFL, the Bears have yet to equip Orton with any schematic...
  • Chicago Bears lose to San Francisco 10-6

    Chicago Bears lose to San Francisco 10-6
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Lovie Smith plugged up the hole that was leaking points, but he didn't have enough fingers to plug the hole that starting leaking interceptions. And the hole that starting leaking penalty yardage. And so the Bears ended up all wet again....
  • Chicago Bears share blame in 21-14 loss to Green Bay Packers

    Chicago Bears share blame in 21-14 loss to Green Bay Packers
    Bears nose tackle Marcus Harrison slumped by his locker, pulled his baseball cap down almost over his eyes, then mumbled under his breath when asked about Packers running back Ryan Grant's 62-yard touchdown sprint Sunday. "Their bread-and-butter play...