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Chicago Tribune reporterHow concerned are you about Brian Urlacher? Do you think his knee is something that could really hinder his performance during the upcoming year? Can the Bears be an elite defense even if Urlacher is not playing at a Pro Bowl level? Daniel G., Lincolnwood...
Sports NowThe owners of the Pujols 5 Westport Grill in St. Louis, named after former Cardinals star and new Angels first baseman Albert Pujols, are dropping the slugger's name from the restaurant, but a larger-than-life-sized bronze statue of Pujols pointing to.......
TV SPORTS SATURDAY Soccer-FIFA Women's World Cup, North Korea vs. Sweden, 6:45 a.m. (ESPN2); United States vs. Colombia, 10:30 a.m. (ESPN); MLS, New York at San Jose, 9:30 p.m. (ESPN2) Cycling-Tour de France, Stage 1, 7 a.m. (VERSUS), same-day tape,...
Sun-SentinelEddie Moore wasn't the only one stunned after becoming the first player chosen by the Dolphins in Saturday's draft. Despite left tackle being the biggest area of need and several well-regarded wide receivers still available, the Dolphins decided to...
Tribune staff reporterYou could hardly blame them. It's pouring rain. Their team hadn't shown the ability to move the ball without turning it over, much less score. From the opposing sideline, Mike Ditka, for crying out loud, was glowering at his team to close it out. None of...
Tribune staff reporterThey grasp at numbers now, juggling and rejuggling the equation each week until it still somehow works. And for the purposes of maintaining their professional sanity, anyway, it still does. The magic figure now is 9-7. So what if it requires beating...
Tribune staff reporterForgive them for acting a little silly. For offering up metaphors for life. And crediting a change to green Gatorade from orange. For sprawling on the Soldier Field turf when the day was over and making grass angels until they didn't know whether to laugh...
Tribune staff reporterThey are going to be hard-pressed laying claim to that best-little-one-win-team-in-the-history-of-the-NFL title. After Sunday, any self-respect the Bears were starting to develop faded as cruelly as a desert mirage. This was the sort of day that's hard...
Tribune staff reporterThey are the Charlie Browns of the National Football League. Each game the ball is jerked out from under them. Each week they come back for more. And every time the Bears depart politely into the night--the sooner to get beat up again. On this Sunday,...
Tribune staff reporterThis was a loss of a supposedly bygone era, when humiliation could spring up on any given Sunday, morale always a fragile proposition and the whole lot if it's serving as more evidence of a disintegrating season. If the Bears' 48-22 loss to the...
Tribune staff reporterSometimes it doesn't demand domination on defense. It doesn't require killer instinct on offense. It doesn't even take a 33-yard field goal to stay its course in the final minutes of the game. Sometimes, just when fate is staring you down again, all it...
Tribune staff reporterThey might as well be wearing leg irons. Or scribbling their game plan on their foreheads. Handicapped by their personnel, burdened by their limitations and apparently convinced that their options are few, the Bears are no longer playing not to lose....
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