12:06 PM EDT, Thu May 28, 2015
Times-Picayune 2 hours ago

New Orleans Saints salary cap analyst Joey Laine hired by Chicago Bears, according to report

Laine, a graduate of the University of New Orleans and Tulane, joined the Saints as an intern in 2005, according to his team biography.
Bears Gab 7 hours ago

Matt Forte Says He’ll Come to Bears Camp Despite Not Getting a New Deal

Former Pro Bowl running back Matt Forte confirmed on Wednesday that he will report to training camp on time despite the Chicago Bears’ refusal to extend his contract, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN Chicago reports. “Yeah, [I’ll report to camp on time without a new deal],” Forte said. The 29-year-old Forte can earn a maximum of […]

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Denver Post May 25, 2015
Bears release Ray McDonald after arrest in California

Bears release Ray McDonald after arrest in California

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Chicago Bears have released defensive end Ray McDonald following a domestic violence arrest in Northern California that police say stemmed from him assaulting a woman who was holding a baby.

Ray McDonald signing looks even worse now

George McCaskey, you have some explaining to do.
Chicago Tribune May 25, 2015

Ray McDonald signing looks even worse now

George McCaskey, you have some explaining to do.
Chicago Tribune May 25, 2015

Bears' Ray McDonald arrested on domestic violence charge: report

Chicago Bears defensive lineman Ray McDonald has been arrested on a domestic violence charge, NBC Bay Area reported Monday morning, citing two anonymous San Jose police sources.

Bears' Ray McDonald arrested on domestic violence charge: report

Chicago Bears defensive lineman Ray McDonald has been arrested on a domestic violence charge, NBC Bay Area reported Monday morning, citing two anonymous San Jose police sources.
Northwest Herald May 25, 2015

Report: Chicago Bears' Ray McDonald arrested on domestic violence charge

Chicago Bears' defensive end Ray McDonald has been arrested on a domestic violence charge, according to a report by NBC Bay Area's Damian Trujillo.
Northwest Herald May 25, 2015

Chicago Bears release Ray McDonald following arrest on charges of domestic violence and child endangerment

The Chicago Bears have released defensive end Ray McDonald following a Monday morning arrest on charges of domestic violence and child endangerment.

Indianapolis 500 updates: Another caution

Bryan Clauson brought out another caution in the Indianapolis 500 when he ran out of room and hit the wall near the front-stretch entrance to pit road. Clauson, one of the world's top sprint car drivers, was making his second start in the Indy 500. He had mechanical problems and finished 30th in...
Chicago Tribune May 24, 2015

Indianapolis 500 updates: Another caution

Bryan Clauson brought out another caution in the Indianapolis 500 when he ran out of room and hit the wall near the front-stretch entrance to pit road. Clauson, one of the world's top sprint car drivers, was making his second start in the Indy 500. He had mechanical problems and finished 30th in...
Chicago Tribune May 24, 2015

5 Things: Antoine Vermette got redemption, but not for what you think

If the Blackhawks were going to go through all that nonsense in the third period, they figured they might as well win it in overtime because that’s the only time they’ve won in the Western Conference finals. Here’s the 5 Things blog about Hawks 5, Ducks 4 in double-OT:

5 Things: Antoine Vermette got redemption, but not for what you think

If the Blackhawks were going to go through all that nonsense in the third period, they figured they might as well win it in overtime because that’s the only time they’ve won in the Western Conference finals. Here’s the 5 Things blog about Hawks 5, Ducks 4 in double-OT:

Antoine Vermette scores in 2nd overtime as Blackhawks tie series

Sitting in the dressing room just after another momentous Blackhawks victory, Patrick Kane said it best: "In the playoffs, anything can happen."

White Sox have yet to find new clubhouse leader after Paul Konerko

Paul Konerko wasn't hard to replace in the White Sox lineup because he seldom played during his final season.
Chicago Tribune May 22, 2015

White Sox have yet to find new clubhouse leader after Paul Konerko

Paul Konerko wasn't hard to replace in the White Sox lineup because he seldom played during his final season.

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