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Three Bears Who Need To Step Up Their Game in 2015

Before the 2014 season, many analysts projected the Bears to improve from their 8-8 standing in 2013 and begin the push toward a playoff berth. But instead of a playoff berth in 2014, the Bears drastically backtracked to a 5-11 record to finish in the cellar of the NFC North.Last year, the Bears had many excuses as to why their play diminished: Marc Trestman had no control of the...
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Weekend web roundup: Chicago Bears

Chicago Bears: Five Most Important Offensive Backups After going through and making full projections on who will be the offensive starters for the Chicago Bears to begin the 2015 season, it is now time to see which ...  Are there any Chicago Bears comeback player candidates? The 5-11 Bears of 2014 were a sorry bunch and an embarrassment to the navy and orange faithful. As...
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Chicago Bears: Can Jay Cutler bounce back in 2015?

After last year’s embarrassing 5-11 record, the Chicago Bears made some much needed changes to their management and coaching staffs. The team started by firing general manager Phil Emery and replacing him with Ryan Pace, who had been with the New Orleans Saints for the past 14 seasons. Head coach Marc Trestman, offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer and defensive coordinator Mel Tucker...
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John Fox ranked No. 9 in NFL coach power rankings

Chicago Bears coach John Fox has taken two teams to the Super Bowl (Panthers/Broncos) and is known for putting together great coaching staffs. Fox is considered a defensive-minded coach, but presided over a record setting offense as the head coach of the Broncos. He's in charged with getting the Bears back to prominence and according to Elliot Harrison of, Fox ranking...
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Three games where the Bears are capable of pulling off the major upset

The Chicago Bears and their fans may not be expecting for major things in the Windy City in 2015. Though things are looking like another losing season early on, the Bears have more overall talent than you think. That being said, they’re also capable of beating some of the league’s elite teams next season. Here are some of their three toughest game where a Bears’ victory is...
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New Faces for Chicago Bears Shoot for Defensive Rejuvenation

MINNEAPOLIS, MN – DECEMBER 28: Teddy Bridgewater #5 of the Minnesota Vikings gets sacked by Jeremiah Ratliff #90 of the Chicago Bears in the fourth quarter on December 28, 2014 at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Adam Bettcher/Getty Images) The 2014 season was an all-around disappointment for the Chicago Bears, especially on the defensive side of the ball...
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The five funniest / meanest Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler memes on the Internet

Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler may be the most polarizing man in football. In Chicago, people are still 50/50 on Cutler. Outside the city, almost everyone dislikes him. Of course, the Internet decides to have an abundance of fun with this fact. Here are the five funniest / meanest Cutler memes on the web. No. 5 — Don’t compare him to the ginger!  Via You...
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Chicago Bears: Offensive Preview 2015

MINNEAPOLIS, MN – DECEMBER 28: Jay Cutler #6 walks off the field after a 13-9 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on December 28, 2014 at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Adam Bettcher/Getty Images) The Chicago Bears spent the 2014 season at the bottom of the ‘best teams’ list, and at the top of the ‘most changes needed’ list. They finished the season last...
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John Fox Confident Chicago Bears are Trending Upward After Strong Offseason

Chicago Bears head coach John Fox yells out over the field during NFL football minicamp, Wednesday, June 17, 2015, in Lake Forest, Ill. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast) No NFL team enters an offseason without questions and intrigue about the future even if they try to avoid them. But new Chicago Bears head coach John Fox has weathered the storm of the Ray McDonald signing, an undisclosed...
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Chicago Bears C Hroniss Grasu expected to compete for starting job

After a five-win season in 2014, the Chicago Bears need their young talent to step up as soon as possible. That's why, in the first two rounds of this spring's draft, they picked two NFL-ready contributors in wide receiver Kevin White and defensive tackle Eddie Goldman. The Bears also selected a starting-caliber center in third-rounder Hroniss Grasu. Grasu won't be handed the starting...
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Bears O-Line Looks For Bounce-Back Year

Editor’s Note: Continuing series examining the Bears position groups prior to training camp. This is the last story on the offensive side of the ball. By Connor Curts, Associate Editor If the Chicago Bears want to be a playoff contender for the 2015 season, or even years to come after that, they’re going to have to put the O back [...]
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How the Monsters of the Midway have Fallen

“The Bears? They suck!” “What a pathetic franchise!” “Joke of the NFL!” “Will this team ever win a championship again?!” “Bears lose, Bears lose again…” The number of times I have seen or heard people say these things is uncountable. The Chicago Bears of the twenty-teens are a laughing stock and a joke to the sports world. The last five years have seen the Bears...

Chicago Bears: Burning questions loom as camp nears

The Chicago Bears begin training camp about a month from now, and there are multiple burning questions that will undoubtedly be topics of conversation among Bears fans until they see some semblance of an on-field product. In the meantime, let’s delve into those questions in an attempt to quell some anxiety. Will we see more of Kyle Long at right tackle? Ever since he was drafted...
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Chicago Bears WR Kevin White seeks advice from Larry Fitzgerald

Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White was one of many who attended the NFL Rookie Symposium last week. The event is something like a league-wide orientation for first-year players, designed to emphasize "NFL history, total wellness, experience and professionalism," according to the official website of NFL Player Engagement.At the event, White consulted with veteran receiver Larry...
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Retired WR Curtis Conway ranks the top 5 Chicago Bears of all time

Former Chicago Bears wide receiver Curtis Conway was on NFL Network's "NFL Total Access" recently, providing his take on the team's top-five players of all time. Conway kicked off his ranking with defensive end Richard Dent at No. 5. Conway and Dent shared the field for one season (1993), so he had the ideal opportunity to observe him up close."You talk about intimidating," Conway...
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Predicting three potential Chicago Bears’ award winners

The Chicago Bears aren’t going through very high expectations right now. The team is completely rebuilding, and new head coach John Fox has his work cut out for him, as the impatient Bears fans are expecting a playoff team very soon. Well, the Bears have a lot of talent, but there is a lot of work to do if they’re going to surprise the league next year. Still, you can’t count...
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PHOTO: Former Chicago Bears LB Brian Urlacher Means It When He Says the Fish Was This Big

If you still wonder why Brian Urlacher walked away from the Chicago Bears and the NFL when he did all you have to do is take a look at his Twitter timeline at the photos of his deep sea fishing trips. The big man went on a trip over the weekend and did pretty well catching some big ole boys.Who knows--future competitive fisherman?@BUrlacher54 Read more »
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Chicago Bears: Position battles to monitor in training camp

The Chicago Bears‘ roster has endured a major turnover this offseason, with plenty of new faces in Chicago. Entering training camp, their roster will boast up to forty players that either did not make the roster last season or were not even in camp with the Bears a year ago at this time. A roster that goes through that much change undoubtedly offers a few interesting positional...
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Cutler tries to clarify wife's comments about Chicago

If Jay Cutler didn’t have an acrimonious relationship with Chicago Bears fans already, comments recently made by wife Kristin Cavallari that seemingly illuminated the couple’s unfavorable disposition about living in the Windy City made it that much worse, leaving the quarterback in a position where he had to defend his wife and extoll the virtues...Read More The post Jay Cutler...
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Chicago Bears TE Martellus Bennett Compares Himself to Ash Ketchum

It is not unusual for athletes of all sports to compare themselves to someone else--especially fictional characters. Several athletes like to lay claim to Superman every year and from time to time there are a couple Batman wannabees too. Saturday afternoon Chicago Bears tight end tweeted out a new one for himself.He has gone by Big Weirdo in the past along with the Black Unicorn...
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Bears shuffle roster as mini-camp ends

Before the Chicago Bears embarked on a brief summer vacation following the conclusion of the team’s mandatory mini-camp, the team made a series of personnel moves toward the bottom of the 90-man roster. The Bears added veteran safety Sherrod Martin and running back Daniel Thomas for additional depth at those respective positions. The club’s official announcement follows: The...
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Korea Times anoints Chicago Bears as Stanley Cup champions

It’s a good day for the Chicago Bears, who don’t even play hockey, but have been declared as the Stanley Cup champions by The Korea Times: There’s just a slight difference between the Bears and the Blackhawks, but, hey, maybe Bears fit better in that headline. This does raise intriguing questions about how the Bears would do at hockey, though. Jay Cutler, power-play quarterback...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears 2015 Team Preview and Prediction

New Bears head coach John Fox and his staff have an infinitely easier task than the one Marc Trestman undertook in 2013 and failed to achieve. Fox...
Via Athlon Sports
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Martellus Bennett Reports to Bears Facility Early

Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett likely wants to avoid the fine he would have received if he skipped the team’s mandatory minicamp this week. The tight end reportedly showed up at Halas Hall one day early for his physical, according to The Chicago Tribune. Bennett has held out of all previous Bears activities this offseason as an attempt to leverage himself into a new...
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Ray McDonald's defamation suit against rape accuser thrown out

NFL defensive lineman Ray McDonald has been accused of three separate acts of domestic violence in the past year. In one of them, McDonald tried to turn things around the on the accuser by filing a defamation lawsuit. A judge wasn’t having it. According to Pro Football Talk, McDonald’s defamation suit against his accuser was...Read More
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24 days ago  |  Discuss

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