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Terrelle Pryor’s nagging hamstring injury has been one of the biggest disappointments of the preseason for the Browns. His transition from quarterback to receiver was brought to a screeching halt after an impressive start to training camp. He missed three weeks of practice and the first three preseason games and hasn’t been the same since Read More... The post Browns WR Terrelle Pryor wants to earn roster spot with play vs. Bears in preseason finale appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram. Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your...
Bears quarterback Jimmy Clausen wasn't able to practice Monday, sidelined after suffering a concussion late in Saturday night's 21-10 loss to the Bengals.
The Bears' top two nose tackles were injured in the first half of Saturday's exhibition game against the Bengals and did not return, bad news for a defense without established depth at the position.
CINCINNATI – Their top two nose tackles left with injuries, their defense didn’t force an incomplete pass until the third quarter, and their first-team offense didn’t score a touchdown.
Wide receiver Terrelle Pryor and rookie outside linebacker Nate Orchard won't play for the Browns when they face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Saturday night at Raymond James Stadium. Pryor is a scratch because of the hamstring injury he's been dealing with throughout training camp. He practiced Wednesday and Thursday, but described his situation as iffy. So Pryor will have one last chance to get on the field this preseason and show he deserves a roster spot. The Browns will visit the Chicago Bears on Thursday night for the exhibition finale. Orchard, a second-round pick in this year's...
LAKE FOREST – If Saturday’s regular-season tune-up in Cincinnati is anything like Wednesday’s practice, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler’s top three wideouts likely will be Josh Bellamy, Rashad Lawrence and Marc Mariani.
Eddie Royal became the latest wide receiver to sit out because of an injury. Bears coach John Fox called it day-to-day, which means Royal could be in an iron lung.
The Bears have a serious problem at wide receiver, and it’s certainly fair to wonder whether it could have been avoided and what they’re going to do about it.
Add Eddie Royal to the list of the walking wounded among Bears receivers. Royal missed Wednesday's practice at Halas Hall with a hip injury, further depleting the offense of playmakers and causing yet another round of shuffling as the Bears ready for Saturday night's exhibition game in Cincinnati.
With all of the injuries to the wide receivers, will the Bears look to trade for one or wait for other teams to cut veterans? -- @HakKwonOh
Chicago Bears receiver Alshon Jeffery did not participate in Monday's practice at Halas Hall, still hindered by the calf strain he suffered during a practice on Aug. 12. Marquess Wilson was also a spectator Monday, sidelined himself after suffering a hamstring injury during Saturday night's 23-11...
Marquess Wilson darted toward the middle of the field during Wednesday's practice and arrived on time where Jay Cutler needed him to be. The Bears' first-string offense was sputtering against the Colts' top defense in their joint practice here and, for one play at least, the wide receiver provided...
How does a season ticket holder stay motivated after Kevin White's injury, Alshon Jeffery on crutches and the Packers in the season opener? -- @ChuckieTwoGlove
The news popped Saturday with all the subtlety of an M80. Bears rookie Kevin White had aggravated a stress fracture in his left shin. Surgery was suddenly inevitable. And just like that, the Bears' top draft pick is staring at the very real possibility that he will miss his entire rookie season.
BOURBONNAIS – Let’s start with this: Since the Bears announced that Kevin White needs surgery for a stress fracture in his left shin that will cost him the bulk of the 2015 season and quite possibly all of it, I have spoken with several other NFL teams to confirm their predraft evaluations of the young man.
The Bears don't have to announce injuries officially until the Wednesday before the first game of the season, but Ryan Pace's and John Fox's credibility is listed as day-to-day.
Rookie receiver Kevin White will have surgery on his left shin to repair a stress fracture and will start the regular season on the physically unable to perform list. He is expected to miss several weeks of the season.
As if the news that rookie receiver Kevin White needs surgery on a stress fracture in his shin wasn't bad enough, the Chicago Bears will also continue holding their breath with distressing injury news about top receiver Alshon Jeffery.
Bears rookie Kevin White has a stress fracture in his left shin, and will undergo surgery, GM Ryan Pace said Saturday.
The master plan seemed to be unfolding as Bears general manager Ryan Pace had hoped. Rookie receiver Kevin White, drafted with the No. 7 overall pick in April, had enjoyed a promising morning Monday, doing some agility work and light running off to the side of the team's training camp practice.
Chicago Tribune sports columnist David Haugh recaps the Bears' Thursday night victory over the Miami Dolphins but cites penalties before the first snap and wide receiver injuries as big concerns.
Kevin White says he's ready to begin his Chicago Bears career now, but the rookie receiver trying to remain patient and diligent on the team's cautious timetable for returning from a left shin injury that has sidelined him since mid-June.
The Dolphins inactives are in and cornerback Brice McCain is not among them. McCain, who is competing against Jamar Taylor for the starting outside job, suffered an injury in Tuesday’s practice. It wasn’t serious because he’s in ...
The Browns have been hit by a rash of injuries at the running back position. Most polls project the Bears well below .500. Matt Forte is at a point of his career that he has value but could have a brighter future on another team. What type of value could the Bears receive if they made Forte available?...
Tuesday's practice, the last non-walk-thru prior to Thursday's preseason-opener at Chicago against the Bears, is over. Here's what's happening: The best news of the day is that left tackle Branden Albert, recovering from reconstructive knee surgery, continues to progress toward...