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  • Luck will be keeping an eye on Urlacher

    Luck will be keeping an eye on Urlacher
    Andrew Luck will be paying attention to reports of how Chicago Bears middle linebacker Brian Urlacher progresses this week. The rookie quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts might be new to the league, but he knows enough about the defense he will face...
  • Chicago Bears bar guide

    Chicago Bears bar guide
    Freshly laundered Urlacher jersey? Check. Insatiable craving for bloody marys and early-morning beers? Check and check. Sounds like you're ready for Bears season to begin. Local bars are pulling out all the stops when it comes to game day entertainment...
  • Bearing Down With ... Charles Tillman

    Bearing Down With ... Charles Tillman
    Charles Tillman came to the Bears in the 2003 draft as a relative unknown. Nine years later he is a Pro Bowl cornerback, special teams ace, fan favorite and fumble-forcing master. RedEye spoke with him about his first opening day, his 10th opening day and...
  • Alexian Brothers AIDS Ministry joins AIDS Foundation of Chicago Run/Walk

    Alexian Brothers AIDS Ministry will be teaming up the AIDS Foundation of Chicago for it's 11th Annual Run/Walk. The event will take place on Sunday, September 30, 2012 at Soldier Field starting at 9:00 a.m. All who would like to join or make a donation...
  • Looks like a beautiful day for Bears opener

    Looks like a beautiful day for Bears opener
    The Bears start a new season at noon today at Soldier Field, and Mother Nature is not going to make it hard on either the team or its fans. Looks like a beautiful day for football. WGN-TV meteorologist Tom Skilling is predicting mostly sunny skies with...
  • Early momentum fades for Colts as new era dawns

    Early momentum fades for Colts as new era dawns
    CHICAGO - For six minutes, there was a building uneasiness that blew into Soldier Field as the wins has pushed off Lake Michigan for so many years. Their quarterback was sacked on the game's opening play. He then topped that with a "Pick Six" on the...
  • Top 5 Reasons Star Wars Is Better Than Sports

    Top 5 Reasons Star Wars Is Better Than Sports
    This past weekend the Chicago White Sox held a special Star Wars day at U.S. Cellular Field. People were encouraged to come to the game dressed as their favorite character to participate in an on-field parade. The 501st Midwest Garrison, the costuming...
  • If you thought Bears fans sounded dumb Sunday . . .

    If you thought Bears fans sounded dumb Sunday . . .
    Dear Stupid (and you know who you are, Bears fans): Shut up. Love, Jay Cutler and Lovie Smith. OK, so maybe the Bears quarterback and head coach didn’t say it that way at the podium, but they probably wanted to. Cutler, in fact, actually did...
  • Bearing Down With ... Patrick Mannelly

    Bearing Down With ... Patrick Mannelly
    The Bears used the final pick of the sixth round of the 1998 draft on a long snapper from Duke. Fifteen years later, Patrick Mannelly still is the team's long snapper and the franchise's longest-tenured player. On Thursday he will play in his 29th Bears-...
  • Biggs: 10 thoughts on the Bears' loss

    Biggs: 10 thoughts on the Bears' loss
    GREEN BAY -- The coaching adage is that a team is never as good as it might look in a victory and never as bad as it might appear in a defeat. Keeping that in mind, we’ll try to maintain perspective with 10 thoughts coming out of another ugly loss...
  • Peanut Tillman gets “Chipwrecked”

     
    Chicago Bears' Charles Tillman is a busy man this season, both on and off the field. From his famous ball punch on Sundays to his quest to make an impact in the lives of the youth of Chicago with his Cornerstone Foundation . Tilliman on Monday hosted a...
  • Five minutes with Olympic gold medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee

    Five minutes with Olympic gold medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee
    Like other 50-year-olds, Jackie Joyner-Kersee aches a bit the day after a vigorous workout. And she has noticed that her vision isn’t what it once was. But Joyner-Kersee, one of the most accomplished and gracious female athletes in history, isn&...