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  • Bears sign OL Turner

    The Sports Xchange Bears sign OL Turner The Chicago Bears signed offensive lineman Rob Turner, the team announced. The 6-foot-4, 308-pound Turner played for the Tennessee Titans last season, starting the first six games at center before landing on...
  • Former Bear: Road to better defense 'starts up front'

    Former Bear: Road to better defense 'starts up front'
    Former Chicago Bears defensive end Alex Brown knows from experience what’s required for a stout defense. And after seeing the Bears’ defensive line wreak some havoc on the Philadelphia Eagles’ first-string offense in the exhibition...
  • Ex-Bears QB Grossman catches on with Browns

    Ex-Bears QB Grossman catches on with Browns
    The Cleveland Browns added Rex Grossman to their quarterback mix behind Brian Hoyer and rookie Johnny Manziel, signing the unrestricted free agent to a contract while releasing Tyler Thigpen. Grossman, 33, is a 12-year National Football League veteran who...
  • Lovie Smith stays on message with Bucs: Win now

     Lovie Smith stays on message with Bucs: Win now
    TAMPA — Less than a month before his debut as head coach, the Buccaneers scored a victory with Lovie Smith. The club announced Monday there will not be any local television blackouts based on a projection of ticket sales, meaning the club...
  • Bears breaking camp with optimism mostly intact

    Bears breaking camp with optimism mostly intact
    BOURBONNAIS — Remember back on July 23 when Bears quarterback Jay Cutler pulled into training camp in a white conversion van that seemed to be packed with crates full of both enthusiasm and patience? Cutler clearly felt a swell of outside...
  • Bears hope to fix 'disappointing' special teams vs. Jaguars

    Bears hope to fix 'disappointing' special teams vs. Jaguars
    BOURBONNAIS -- Chicago Bears special teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis was blunt Monday in his assessment of the exhibition-opening win over the Eagles. "We didn’t play very well," he said. "We had a lot of miscues. It’s disappointing, as...
  • Bears roster firming up but questions remain

    Bears roster firming up but questions remain
    The Bears' final 53-man roster has begun to crystallize after 14 training camp practices and two exhibition games. Players have two exhibitions and five full practices remaining to impress general manager Phil Emery, coach Marc Trestman and Trestman's...
  • Monday's Bears camp rundown

    Monday's Bears camp rundown
    Position battle: Safety Chris Conte: In his second practice since returning from the physically unable to perform list, Conte intercepted Jordan Palmer's underthrown wobbler in the end zone. The crowd cheered him — imagine that — as he...
  • Bears cautious about contact in practice, still stress tackling fundamentals

    Bears cautious about contact in practice, still stress tackling fundamentals
    BOURBONNAIS — Bears coach Marc Trestman spoke in broad, general terms at the conclusion of the exhibition opener Friday, but did single out one area that didn't require film review for evidence. Tackling. It's a delicate issue in training camp....
  • Jordan Mills likely out again vs. Jaguars

    Jordan Mills likely out again vs. Jaguars
    BOURBONNAIS -- Starting right tackle Jordan Mills was a bystander as the Bears practiced for the final time in training camp Tuesday. His sore left foot remained in a walking boot. Mills probably will miss his second straight exhibition game Thursday...
  • UCF offensive coordinator Charlie Taaffe's versatility helps fuel Knights' offensive development

    UCF offensive coordinator Charlie Taaffe's versatility helps fuel Knights' offensive development
    Five decades worth of notes are stowed away in boxes and filing cabinets in UCF offensive coordinator Charlie Taaffe's home office and garage in Orlando. The scribbling fills notebooks from his first job coaching running backs and quarterbacks at Albany...