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Northwest Herald 10 hours ago
Chicago Bears notes: Patriots tough against receiving RBs such as Matt Forte

Chicago Bears notes: Patriots tough against receiving RBs such as Matt Forte

LAKE FOREST – Only one running back has more than four catches in a game against the Patriots this season. Only two backs have more than 20 receiving yards against Bill Belichick’s defense.
Bears Blog | Chicago Breaking Sports 13 hours ago

Encouraging sign: Kyle Fuller back on practice field for Bears

Chicago Bears rookie Kyle Fuller was back practicing Thursday at Halas Hall, an encouraging sign in his bid to play Sunday against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium.
Boston Herald 2 hours ago

Alfonzo Dennard won’t take bait on old fight with Alshon Jeffery

Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard and Bears receiver Alshon Jeffery squared off in a classic matchup in the 2012 Capital One Bowl when Jeffery’s South Carolina Gamecocks defeated Dennard’s Nebraska Cornhuskers, 30-13.Jeffery had four catches for 148 yards and a touchdown before the pair were ejected...
Chicago Sun-Times 4 hours ago

It’s time to let Matt Forte be the man

The Bears’ bell cow was seated in the corner of Halas Hall’s media room Thursday, waiting patiently to take the place of the quarterback at the podium. It’s time to feed...
Boston Herald 23 hours ago
Bears must deal with Tom Brady on a roll for Patriots

Bears must deal with Tom Brady on a roll for Patriots

Bears defensive coordinator Mel Tucker doesn’t have to go back far to find a “How To” guide on frazzling Tom Brady and the Patriots offense.In Week 4, during a Monday night game in Kansas City, the three-time Super Bowl champion quarterback looked as ordinary as he ever has, a bit jumpy behind a reshuffled line and never in a rhythm throughout the game.
Mike Reiss / New England Patriots Blog | ESPN Boston 23 hours ago

Patriots-Bears through a stats-based lens

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- A look at the New England Patriots-Chicago Bears matchup through a stats-based lens (via ESPN's Stats and Information): 1. Brady's 100th career start at home. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady makes his 100th career regular-season start at home on Sunday and is 86-13 in Foxborough....
Brian Urlacher said what we already know about Jay Cutler

Brian Urlacher said what we already know about Jay Cutler

Former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher pretty much told everyone what they already know Wednesday, when he said former teammate Jay Cutler fits the category of “elite" in salary only. Don't take that as a dig at Cutler or sour grapes on the part of Urlacher, who departed the organization unceremoniously prior to the 2013 season. Even Cutler didn't seem to take offense to Urlacher's comments. "No," Cutler said when asked if he took issue with Urlacher saying he hasn't produced like an elite quarterback.
Windy City Gridiron 15 hours ago

Should the Chicago Bears make a trade?

The NFL trade deadline is October 28th so could the Chicago Bears' roster be in need of shake up? Tell us who you'd like to see the Bears move and who you'd like to see them acquire. Among the four major sports in the United States, the NFL has the least active trading deadline. Asides from the draft...
It Is What It Is | WEEI 13 hours ago

Brian Urlacher: Jay Cutler elite in paycheck only

Former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher, now an NFL analyst for Fox Sports 1, disputed a claim by Chicago GM Phil Emery that Bears signal-caller Jay Cutler ranks among the league’s elite quarterbacks based on his record. In an interview with 87.7 FM The Game in Chicago, Urlacher said that the only thing about Cutler to […]

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Chicago Sun-Times 4 hours ago

Bears are stuck in a rut with Jay Cutler

The Bears’ stunning loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday discombobulated everybody from fan to groundskeeper. We know what it did to wide receiver Brandon Marshall — turned him into a raging Chucky doll stuck on the word, “Unacceptable!’’ I don’t think I’m exaggerating when I say all Bears fans, and the Bears themselves, were planning to roll on from the lovely 27-13 win in Atlanta over the Falcons in Week 6, and thereby make something of this season....

Bears CB Kyle Fuller limited at practice

LAKE FOREST, Ill. – Chicago Bears rookie cornerback Kyle Fuller (hand, hip) returned to practice on Thursday wearing a protective brace on his fractured right hand. The official injury report listed Fuller as having limited participation. “I talked to him after practice. He said it went well,” Bears head coach Marc Trestman said. “Our decision with Kyle is day-to-day in terms of how he’s working. He practiced today to the full extent of practice.

Cutler on Marshall rant: 'It wasn't anything ... that was off-putting'

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler said Thursday he was not put off by receiver Brandon Marshall's locker room rant following a 27-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins last Sunday.
Chicago Tribune 12 hours ago

Cutler on Marshall rant: 'It wasn't anything ... that was off-putting'

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler said Thursday he was not put off by receiver Brandon Marshall's locker room rant following a 27-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins last Sunday.
Chicago Tribune 13 hours ago

Encouraging sign: Kyle Fuller back on practice field for Bears

Chicago Bears rookie Kyle Fuller was back practicing Thursday at Halas Hall, an encouraging sign in his bid to play Sunday against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium.
Chicago Sun-Times 14 hours ago

Tom Brady is elite; Jay Cutler is, well?

ADAM L. JAHNS: It’s a bizarre week to debate whether Bears quarterback Jay Cutler can, will be or already is an elite quarterback.
Chicago Sun-Times 15 hours ago

NFL Fantasy football: 4 RBs to consider ... or not

JEFF AGREST: Torches are being passed in NFL backfields, some by design, some by necessity.
Chicago Tribune 15 hours ago

Northwestern football player learns he has only one kidney, makes tough decision

It started with abdominal pain. Nothing major, but Dwight White felt discomfort one day last June, enough to request a doctor's appointment.

Northwestern football player learns he has only one kidney, makes tough decision

It started with abdominal pain. Nothing major, but Dwight White felt discomfort one day last June, enough to request a doctor's appointment.

4 Downs: Who's leading these Bears?

Coming off the Chicago Bears' third straight home loss, our panel weighs in on four issues facing the team: Fact or Fiction: The Bears rotate captains because there are no leaders in the locker room. Jeff Dickerson, ESPNChicago.com Bears reporter: Fiction. Contrary to popular belief, the Bears do have actual leaders on the roster. On offense: Roberto Garza, Jermon Bushrod, Kyle Long, Matt Slauson and Matt Forte have displayed leadership qualities over the course of their respective NFL careers.
Chicago Tribune 19 hours ago

Emery's lame defense of Rex Cutler leads to Trestman issues

Say this for Phil Emery and Marc Trestman talking about their stars: They might be shoveling a load of manure, but they keep working at it.

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