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Phil Emery

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  • Bears finally loaded at key positions

     Bears finally loaded at key positions
    Here is a fun game to play with friends: Name the best or deepest position on the Bears. Where are they at their best? Is it their depth at defensive line or running back or in the secondary, perhaps? "Cornerback,'' cornerback Tim Jennings said....
  • Bears' lack of Plan B means Cutler holds all the cards

    Bears' lack of Plan B means Cutler holds all the cards
    Marc Trestman's arrival is supposed to signal a new era of responsibility and accountability for Jay Cutler. If we understand the plan correctly, the relationship between coach and quarterback will determine Cutler's future with the Bears. Cutler isn'...
  • 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...
  • Bears should let nature take course with Bostic

    Bears should let nature take course with Bostic
    BOURBONNAIS — In the 2003 preseason, a Bears rookie linebacker pressed into the starting lineup for the first exhibition game because of injury graded lower than any other player in his position group with a 66. Ten years later, everybody can...
  • Biggs' 10 thoughts after Bears beat Giants

    Biggs' 10 thoughts after Bears beat Giants
    Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears held on for a 27-21 victory over the New York Giants Thursday at Soldier Field, improving them to 4-2 on the season. 1. The arrival of the Giants represented an opportunity for the Bears to get the dormant pass...
  • 6 ways to fix the Bears' defensive line

    6 ways to fix the Bears' defensive line
    The most frustrating part of watching Bears games this season comes when they're on defense, a 180 from every year in recorded history. More specifically, the weak spot is the very center of the defense. Season-ending injuries to tackles Henry Melton...
  • Breakout seasons on tap for Conte and Wright

    Breakout seasons on tap for Conte and Wright
    — In the NFL, your secondary should dictate the flow of the game. Whether that is the ability to take away the deep ball, win on third down or show up in the run front, the secondary can be the difference between a team competing in the postseason...
  • Browns beat Bears 18-16 in last pre-season game

    Browns beat Bears 18-16 in last pre-season game
    Bears coach Marc Trestman said earlier this week he wasn't ready to make any announcements about the rookies on the right side of his offensive line. His decision Thursday night for the exhibition finale against the Browns at Soldier Field said it all....
  • Bears have middling feel to them

    Bears have middling feel to them
    It bears repeating on the first Monday of September that one Friday night in August hardly suggests an NFL team will play on a super Sunday in February. The Bears generally looked good in preseason, but not that good — and Mike Ditka can't stop by...
  • 5 Bears under the spotlight

    5 Bears under the spotlight
    Now that the Bears have set their 53-man roster and are beginning their game prep for the Bengals on Sunday at Soldier Field, who are the players that must prove their value under new coach Marc Trestman? After looking at the roster, here are the five I...
  • Playing Williams over Bostic is short-sighted of Bears

    Playing Williams over Bostic is short-sighted of Bears
    During a recent informative, entertaining question-and-answer session with fans on the Bears' website, in which we learned Phil Emery gets by on a cup of black coffee for lunch, the team's general manager revealed his pregame ritual. Emery likes...
  • 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...