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Chicago Bears: Why to watch Christian Jones during camp

While Lance Briggs is the only linebacker to be guaranteed a starting linebacker spot with the Chicago Bears, there are still two more spots on the depth chart to be figured out. Training camp will be a perfect time for this, as each potential starter will get an adequate amount of consideration for a starting spot. Out of all the names to be put out there as options at linebacker...
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Jordan Mills Predicts Chicago Bears Super Bowl

Posted to Chicago BearsIn an interview on, Jordan Mills spoke about a few of his experiences in the NFL last season. The interview specifically focused on Mills’ devotion to the New Orleans Saints as a former fan growing up. “I was a Saints fan, but I’m a Bear now. Being a Saints fan still has a little spot in my heart but I’m a Bear now, Chicago Bears for the rest...
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Fantasy Preview: Chicago Bears’ Jay Cutler rated as top-10 QB option

With training camps getting underway this week, the NFL season is right around the corner. And that can only mean one thing: Fantasy football drafts are about to start happening. In order to get a jump on the competition, it’s never to early to start putting together a draft board. To help the cause, cover32 will be ranking each position, with updates from now until the start of...
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Marc Trestman: Never Seen Anything Like Chicago, Fans Truly Love This Football Team

Posted to Chicago BearsMarc Trestman is approaching his second season with the Chicago Bears, and expectations seem to be much higher than the first. Trestman acknowledged these expectations and said it’s because Chicago fans have “true love” for the Bears. “It’s beyond passion, these fans’ love of this football team. And I do have perspective on that,” Trestman told...
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Chicago Bears: Top 5 Defenders Who Missed the Most Tackles in 2013-14

Posted to Chicago BearsThe Chicago Bears missed a lot of tackles last season, 137 to be exact. The defensive front was exposed on numerous occasions, especially when Adrian Peterson galloped for 211 yards on December 1st at Soldier Field. Most blame the poor play of the defensive line, but mistackles also played a key role. Here are the top 5 defenders from the Chicago Bears that...
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Jay Cutler says he's more comfortable in second year of Marc Trestman's system

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has been surrounded by top notch offensive weapons in wideouts Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, running back Matt Forte, and tight end Martellus Bennet. He now has to show he can make it work and the signal caller said that he's more comfortable in his second year running the offense. ‘‘For sure, for sure,’’ Cutler said, via...
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Bears’ Jordan Lynch Begins NFL Dream

As usual, Bourbonnais, IL is where the Chicago Bears will hold their training camp for the upcoming NFL season. For one Bear in particular, rookie running back Jordan Lynch, it is a dream come true. After starring as a quarterback for the Northern Illinois Huskies football program, Lynch, age 23 sat around hoping to get […] The post Bears’ Jordan Lynch Begins NFL Dream appeared...
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Five bold predictions for Bears training camp

With the Chicago Bears about to embark on their 2014 season, here are five training camp predictions as second-year head coach Marc Trestman welcomes his squad back to Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais. 1. Sixth-round QB David Fales will push for the backup job by the end of the preseason schedule. Fales, despite his youth, possesses the mix of accuracy, [...]
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Role of defensive line changing in the NFL

I grew up watching the Chicago Bears “Monsters of the Midway”, the Minnesota Vikings “Purple People Eaters”, the “Doomsday Defense” of the Dallas Cowboys,  the “Fearsome Foursome” of the Los Angeles Rams and the Pittsburgh Steelers “Steel Curtain”. Changes in rules dictating more pass-oriented offenses, and the way defenses play have virtually eliminated the...
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Rewind: Are Chicago Bears fans top-10, Power Rankings, best NFL owners

In case you missed it, the best columns from the cover32 universe this week: National Columns • Top 10 in 2014: The best owners in the NFL today (READ) • Power Rankings: Each NFL team’s best home run hitter (READ) • Top 10 in 2014: The best players at every NFL position (READ) • Top 10 in 2014: The best fans in the NFL today (READ) • Ten storylines that would be shockers...
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Bears LB Khaseem Greene describes the inspiration he draws from former teammate Eric LeGrand

We told you in March that Chicago Bears linebacker Khaseem Greene switched to No. 52 for his second NFL season in tribute to former Rutgers teammate Eric LeGrand, who was paralyzed from the neck down during a 2010 game. Greene and LeGrand remain close from their days as roommates at Rutgers. Greene has LeGrand's "Believe" motto and the No. 52 tattooed on his left leg...
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WEEKLY REWIND: Matt Forte and Ka’Deem Carey, Bears should call Kyle Orton and draft picks who could be cut

Training camp officially begins next week. Football is in the air and the Bears are focused on preparing to be a better team this year. Here’s what you might have missed last week.   Matt Forte and Ka’Deem Carey make a solid 1-2 punch. (Read) Bears recent draft picks could be fighting for a roster spot. (Read) 5 reasons why the Bears’ wide receiver core is the best in the...
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Jay Cutler’s diabetes keeps him constantly challenged

Jay Cutler might not be the poster boy everyone wants in the NFL, but not many seem to remember the inspiration he is to many who suffer from Type 1 diabetes. Not only is he a leader for those suffering from the disease, but he’s also the quarterback and iconic leader of the Chicago Bears. Constantly challenged by keeping his blood sugars level and at a stable point to ensure that...
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Marc Trestman's belief in Cutler a no-brainer

Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman says the decision to stick with QB Jay Cutler for the foreseeable future was a no-brainer. He's very impressed with Jay's growth and looks forward to a successful 2014. Cutler signed a seven-year $126 million deal in January, keeping him a Bear through 2020. "The number one thing from my standpoint is the way that he has invested...
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Jimmy Clausen could enter season as Bears backup QB

When the Chicago Bears signed former Notre Dame standout Jimmy Clausen many gasped. A recent report by ESPN Chicago’s Michael C. Wright is not likely to make those people feel any better. Wright say that “Jimmy Clausen quickly gained ground on Jordan Palmer at the club’s veteran minicamp and appears poised to unseat the latter for the No. 2 job behind Cutler.” David Fales...
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