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  • Urlacher hurt, but offense feels the pain

    Urlacher hurt, but offense feels the pain
    Isn’t this where we came in with the Bears almost six months ago? Brian Urlacher was coming back from a knee injury suffered in the final game of last season. His status and abilities were in question as he missed chunks of training camp reps....
  • Memo to Emery: Draft starters. Plural.

    Memo to Emery: Draft starters. Plural.
    My issue isn’t that Bears General Manager Phil Emery has fewer draft picks than he has positional needs. Every GM has fewer picks than he has needs. Just ask them. But for those of you keeping score at home, Tribune football guru Dan Pompei did...
  • Attention, Bears offense: This is your last bad defensive foe this year

    Attention, Bears offense: This is your last bad defensive foe this year
    Jay Cutler was asked to explain his NFL-best fourth-quarter ability. “I don’t know.’’ Cutler said Wednesday. “I’m getting lucky, I guess.’’ No, you’re getting behind, and that has to stop right now....
  • Bears unable to dig out of early hole in loss to Vikings

    Bears unable to dig out of early hole in loss to Vikings
    MINNEAPOLIS — Lovie Smith stood in the middle of the cramped visitors locker room Sunday afternoon with his hands on his hips waiting for the rest of his team to assemble. A week after melting down in the final minutes and overtime against the...
  • Bears lose 6th straight against Packers, who clinch NFC North

    Bears lose 6th straight against Packers, who clinch NFC North
    Minutes after Brandon Marshall said everyone involved with the Bears offense should be held accountable, he darted out of the Soldier Field locker room, leaving behind his sad-looking Charlie Brown Christmas tree. There will be no NFC North crown...
  • Bears position analysis: Wide receiver

    Bears position analysis: Wide receiver
    General manager Phil Emery was on the job for less than two months when he accomplished something Jerry Angelo failed to do in more than a decade — acquire a legitimate No. 1 wide receiver. The addition of Brandon Marshall in a trade with the...
  • Bears receivers get fresh perspective from position coach

    Bears receivers get fresh perspective from position coach
    Sixth in a 13-part series of previews for Bears training camp. Mike Groh was at a coaching clinic in Dallas in mid-February when he received a call from the Bears. Was he interested in the team's wide receivers job? Groh didn't know there was an...
  • Where Bears roam free

     Where Bears roam free
    BOURBONNAIS, Ill. — Twelve years ago, the Chicago Bears staged a statewide hunt for their new summer home. They traveled to Charleston, site of Eastern Illinois University, to meet with the mayor. They drove five hours south to Carbondale to check...
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  • My Bears Marshall Plan: Less Marshall

    My Bears Marshall Plan: Less Marshall
    Brandon Marshall is expected to start the Bears’ scrimmage against the San Diego Chargers on Thursday, and man, do the Bears ever need him on the field. So Jay Cutler can throw to someone else. As the Bears broke training camp in Bourbonnais,...
  • New coach, same old Cutler

    New coach, same old Cutler
    Bears coach Marc Trestman has spoken highly of quarterback Jay Cutler since taking over the team. Some of the good things Trestman has said: "He's a bright football guy," "He's great to work with" and "Jay understands this offense." My question is,...