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LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- The Chicago Bears announced Friday they signed tight end Zach Miller to a one-year extension. Miller, 30, landed on the injured reserve last August after suffering a season-ending Lisfranc injury (torn foot ligament) in the preseason, but caught the staff’s eye prior to that with a strong preseason debut against the Philadelphia Eagles (six catches, for 68 yards and two touchdowns) and promising workouts during training camp.
Chicago Bears cornerback Tim Jennings posted a status and picture on Twitter of himself sitting in a wheelchair on Friday alluding to him undergoing some type of surgical procedure, before later deleting the status and picture. But according to a source, Jennings underwent arthroscopic knee surgery. The source, who declined to say which knee Jennings had scoped, called the procedure a “simple clean out." Jennings isn’t expected to miss time in the club’s offseason conditioning program as most arthroscopic knee surgeries require just a two- to three-week recovery period.
We started to look last week at the top 10 plays that most shaped the Chicago Bears' season, which culminated in a disappointing 5-11 campaign and forced the organization to clean house. We continue the series with the No. 3 play: Date: Dec. 4, 2014 Location: Soldier Field Game: 41-28 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. The play: Brandon Marshall suffers season-ending injuries on hit from Cowboys safety Barry Church. Why it mattered: Marshall finished the season with just 61 receptions for 721 yards and eight touchdown catches, and failed to reach 1,000 yards receiving for the first time since...
Whether through Twitter or email, Chicago Bears fans often ask what's going on with former receiver Johnny Knox, who suffered a horrific career-ending back injury during a 2011 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Well, now you can find out by checking out this "Inside the Bears" feature on Knox on the team's official website. "I feel good. I'm standing, that's the main thing," Knox said. "It could be worse than it is now. But for me to be able to walk after an injury like that, that's big.