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RB Matt Forte brushes off trade talk: 'They can trade me if they want to'

Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte is in a contract year while going on the wrong side of thirty, which has prompted speculation he could be trade bait until the deadline passes sent to another team. “I don’t worry about those things,” Forte said, via “A lot of it is media speculation, just like in the offseason they were like ‘the Bears could trade...
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Bears Release P Spencer Lanning & LB John Timu

Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports that the Bears have released P Spencer Lanning and LB John Timu on Tuesday. Jeff Dickerson reports that the Bears also promoted OT Nick Becton to their active roster and signed S Sherrod Martin. Dickerson adds that Chicago signed C Barrett Jones and DT Brandon Dunn to their practice squad. Biggs mentions that the decision to release Lanning...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
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Bears place Will Montgomery on injured reserve

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) Chicago Bears center Will Montgomery will miss the remainder of the season because of a broken left fibula. The team placed Montgomery on injured reserve Tuesday. He broke his leg early in Sunday's 22-20 win over the Oakland Raiders, forcing the Bears to juggle an already short-handed line. Matt Slauson shifted from left guard and spent most of the game at...
Via AP on Fox
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Jay Cutler’s 3-year-old son dropped F-bomb thanks to wife Kristin Cavallarri

Jay Cutler’s son has already dropped his first F-bomb, but you might be surprised where the 3-year-old picked up on it. Believe it or not, Smokin’ Jay is not the reason his eldest son Camden has already developed a bit of a potty mouth. Cutler’s wife, Kristin Cavallari, recently told People that she needs to...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Tom Waddle says Bears, Matt Forte will go separate ways after season

According to Tom Waddle of the “Waddle and Silvy Show,” Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte's time with the team will most likely stop at the end of the season. Forte, who will be free agent in 2016, may be on the wrong side of thirty as the team looks to rebuild at the position going forward instead of handing out big bucks to the versatile backfield threat. “You don’t...
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Ryan Tannehill frustrated at Dolphins' practice squad

To say the Miami Dolphins 2015 season has been tumultuous might be an understatement. After being billed to make the playoffs in the preseason by several outlets, the Dolphins have underwhelmed and gotten off to 1-3 start. On Monday, owner Stephen Ross cut bait with Head Coach Joe Philbin and hired Tight Ends coach Dan Campbell to be the interim head coach. Around the same time...
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Chicago Bears Teammate Makes Odd Comparison Involving Jay Cutler

It’s no secret that their is a love/hate relationship the media, fans and even teammates have with Chicago Bears quarterback. He can come across as a person you don’t really want to be around and is the closest thing to a real life Debbie Downer. But, giving credit where it is due, Cutler does know how to play a little football. Sunday, the Bears came from behind for the 22-20...
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Watch: Three times Matt Forte ran all over the Raiders

The Monday morning following a victory always feels good. The air seems fresher, the coffee tastes richer, and the future looks a little brighter. Chicago Bears fans are enjoying the sensation for the first time this season, courtesy of a thrilling 22-20 win over the Oakland Raiders yesterday. Robbie Gould sealed the deal with a clutch 49 yard field goal. While a number of Bears...
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Gould’s kick lifts Bears to first win

Robbie Gould’s 49-yard field goal with two seconds remaining gave the Chicago Bears their first win,  a 22-20 victory over the Oakland  Raiders Sunday afternoon at Solider Field.  The victory gave head coach John Fox his first in Chicago and improved the Bears to 1-3. The Raiders fell to 2-2. Gould’s heroics were set up by an efficient two-minute drive engineered by [...]
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Chicago Bears: 3 takeaways from their first win

Every Chicago Bears fan across the country took a deep sigh of relief as Robbie Gould’s 49-yard field goal sailed through the uprights, giving the Bears a 22-20 win against the Oakland Raiders. The win against the Raiders is the first win of the season for the Bears and allows the fans to quit worrying about the possibility of the Bears not winning a game this season. Here are...
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Martellus Bennett compared Jay Cutler to Jesus

The Bears defeated the Raiders 22-20 on Sunday to earn their first victory of the season. After the game, Martellus Bennett offered an interesting perspective on the criticism teammate Jay Cutler often receives. Cutler returned to the Bears starting lineup after missing last week’s game due to a hamstring injury. He was initially expected to...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Bears C Will Montgomery Out With Broken Filbula

The Bears have lost C Will Montgomery to a broken left fibula, according to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune. Montgomery wound up leaving the game with what appeared to be an ankle injury after he was rolled up on from behind. Montgomery was later carted off the field to the locker room. Montgomery, 32, signed a one-year, $950,000 contract that included $120,000 guaranteed...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
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Report: Jay Cutler expected to play hurt against Raiders

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is expected to return to the field against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, assuming he doesn’t suffer a setback during warmups. Jay Glazer of FOX Sports reports that the Bears are planning on Cutler starting despite his hamstring injury still not being 100 percent healed. When Cutler suffered the injury...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Staff Predictions: Chicago Bears v. Oakland Raiders

The Chicago Bears (0-3) host the Oakland Raiders (2-1) at Soldier Field on Sunday. Oakland is having a potential breakout season, while the Bears have been ridden with injuries and poor play. Below the Bears’ writers at give their individual game predictions. As always, offer your thoughts and predictions in the comment section below. Adam Hartog The Bears are...
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Alshon Jeffery injury: Chicago Bears WR out in Week 4 vs. Oakland Raiders

Alshon Jeffery’s injury woes continue to haunt him early in the 2015 season. The Chicago Bears receiver has been ruled “out” on Sunday when the Oakland Raiders come into town. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported this unfortunate news on Friday. The issue for Jeffery is sore hamstring that won’t go away. He’s already missed three games this season because of the injury...
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Chicago Bears have nothing to look forward to except next year, and they know it

There are just four teams in the NFL who are still winless heading into Week 4—the Detroit Lions, the New Orleans Saints, the Baltimore Ravens and the Chicago Bears. But among the four, only the Bears seem to have already thrown in the towel on the 2015 season and are looking towards the future. The hints of giving up are all over the place. First, there’s the 10 punts that ended...
Via The Sports Daily
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You won’t believe why the NFL fined Bears tight end Martellus Bennett this week

Is there anything more silly in sports than the NFL’s anal-retentive uniform rules? This week we got more evidence that the league is just plain ridiculous when it comes to fashion. According to Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett, he was fined this week because the cleats he wore against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday were “too black.” No, seriously. Martellus Bennett...
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Bears’ most productive player could miss Week 4: Punter Pat O’Donnell

The Chicago Bears are 0-3 and an unmitigated disaster not even one-quarter the way through the NFL season, something that can be easily explained given that the team’s punter, Pat O’Donnell, arguably has been their most productive player. And the news that he might sit out of the Bears’ Week 4 match-up with the 2-1 Oakland Raiders could be deemed comically devastating. After...
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Raiders favored to win on road for first time since 2012

Don’t look now, but the (2-1) Oakland Raiders are playing good football and are off to a solid start in 2015. It appears the rebuilding effort by general manager Reggie McKenzie is finally beginning to pay off, and there’s a clear difference in coaching style and attitude from (former head coach) Dennis Allen and Jack Del Rio. Sportsbooks are taking note as well, as the Raiders...
Via The Sports Daily
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Four tweets that show why Chicago Bears fans are so mad right now

To say that the 2015 NFL season has been a disappointment for Chicago Bears fans so far would be the understatement of the year. Not only is the team 0-3, but they’ve lost their starting quarterback to an injury and already the front office has gone into fire-sale mode by trading players for late round draft picks. Jared Allen and Jon Bostic have been shipped off the the Panthers...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears: Has the fire sale begun?

After the loss this past Sunday, the Chicago Bears fell to 0-3 and it seems as if this season is already lost. It has become even more apparent that the Bears, while not giving up on this season, are certainly making moves to help them begin their full-rebuild. The first of those moves came when they traded veteran defensive end Jared Allen to the Carolina Panthers in exchange for...
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Bears wave white flag with trades of Allen, Bostic

Not even the French have ever capitulated this quickly. Three weeks into the the 2015 season, the Chicago Bears have come to official grips with what anyone who has watched them this year already knows: they suck. So the Bears are punting on the ’15 campaign — which given Pat O’Donnell’s prominence in Sunday’s 26-0 loss at Seattle is a perfectly apt metaphor. Mid-season...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Bears trade linebacker Jon Bostic to Patriots

The New England Patriots reportedly upgraded their linebacker depth with a midseason trade for the second consecutive year. The Patriots acquired linebacker Jon Bostic from the Chicago Bears in a trade, league sources ESPN’s Field Yates and Jeff Dickerson on Monday. The Patriots sent a sixth-round draft pick to the Bears for the third-year pro, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported...
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Chicago Bears punted on every single possession vs. Seattle

If you happen to play in some sort of fantasy league that gives points to punters, Chicago Bears punter Pat O'Donnell was the man to have Sunday.Against the Seattle Seahawks, the Bears punted on all ten of their offensive possessions Sunday. This is the first time such an occurrence has happened in the NFL since 1980. The Bears lost 26-0.Granted, the Bears were without starting quarterback...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Chicago Bears Jarvis Jenkins With The Sack And Sack Dance Against Seattle

The Chicago Bears are going to need to lean heavily on two things while they wait on Jay Cutler to get healthy (because a healthy Jay Cutler will be a step up over Jimmy Clausen): (1) Matt Forte and (2) the defense. Forte is always dependable, but the defense has not been the dominant force that fans remember it once being. Over the course of the first two weeks of the season it...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

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