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Phil Emery

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  • Eventful preseason gives way to real show

    Eventful preseason gives way to real show
    It has been anything but an uneventful seven weeks keeping tabs on the Bears. Whoever said there's nothing to be learned or nothing worth debating in preseason is a knucklehead. We learned general manager Phil Emery's rookie class has talent. There...
  • Bears will lean on Briggs this season

    Bears will lean on Briggs this season
    When Brian Urlacher first established himself as the Bears' middle linebacker, he was playing between pretty solid players in Rosevelt Colvin and Warrick Holdman. The trio had a good bond. Young and not yet savvy to the realities of the business side of...
  • Big things expected from Bennett

    Big things expected from Bennett
    Eighth in a 13-part series of previews for Bears training camp . The departure of tight end Greg Olsen on the eve of training camp in 2011 had more to do with the Bears' decision not to invest in the position for the long haul than it did with offensive...
  • Emery should've dialed down volume on Marshall

    Emery should've dialed down volume on Marshall
    Phil Emery went on and on about Brandon Marshall on Labor Day, and I believe he’s still talking. The Bears general manager said his Pro Bowl wide receiver is a better player than he was during his record-setting 2012. More dynamic, Emery said....
  • Bears really will be playing moneyball this season

    Bears really will be playing moneyball this season
    BOURBONNAIS — Tradition dictates that the day the Bears report for training camp at Olivet Nazarene University includes plenty of floppy hats and flimsy subject matter. So it came as no surprise when general manager Phil Emery began his remarks...
  • Bears receivers get fresh perspective from position coach

    Bears receivers get fresh perspective from position coach
    Sixth in a 13-part series of previews for Bears training camp. Mike Groh was at a coaching clinic in Dallas in mid-February when he received a call from the Bears. Was he interested in the team's wide receivers job? Groh didn't know there was an...
  • Trestman remains ultimate unknown for Bears

    Trestman remains ultimate unknown for Bears
    They aren't used to lining up for a Canadian import in Bourbonnais, unless it's a bottle of Molson at T.J. Donlin's. But ready or not, Bears summer home residents, here comes Marc Trestman to Olivet Nazarene University to begin his transition from the...
  • Bears standing pat at cornerback

    Bears standing pat at cornerback
    Ninth in a 13-part series of previews for Bears training camp Never mind his secret to punching the ball out. Teammates seeking advice from Charles Tillman instead should inquire about keys to maintaining a high level of play deep into a career as he'...
  • A clean Cutler is a happy Cutler

    A clean Cutler is a happy Cutler
    For the past decade, the Bears were the team with great defense and special teams and juuuust enough offense to be competitive. This combo resulted in a couple of close calls, but no Super Bowl wins. The recipe for NFL success changed, and we've...
  • Welcome back, Devin Hester

    Welcome back, Devin Hester
    Isn’t this where we came in with Devin Hester? Isn’t this the kind of guy we saw eight seasons ago when he pantsed the NFL with kickoff and punt returns that were, well, ridiculous, as Jeff Joniak said? Hester is back to returning kicks...
  • Football's just in time

    Football's just in time
    Guess what day it is! Guess what day it is! Training Camp Day is here. First day of practice-open to the public at 9 a.m. Denim shorts and tube socks are both ready! Congratulations, you survived the summer and even saw the start of the Junior Lake...
  • Losing Melton hurts, but Bears can't neglect opportunity

    Losing Melton hurts, but Bears can't neglect opportunity
    When Henry Melton insisted on driving himself home in the wee hours of Monday morning after returning from Pittsburgh, coach Marc Trestman exchanged texts with the injured Bears defensive tackle like a parent checking on his child. When Melton showed up...