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D.J. Williams (football, linebacker)

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  • Briggs and Bostic doubtful for Patriots game

    Briggs and Bostic doubtful for Patriots game
    The Chicago Bears are planning to be without linebackers Lance Briggs and Jon Bostic for the third consecutive game Sunday in New England, continuing a month of uncertainty at the position. Both Briggs (ribs) and Bostic (back) were limited during Friday&...
  • Huddle up: rookie Christian Jones' upside to be tested

    Huddle up: rookie Christian Jones' upside to be tested
    With three losses in their last four games, the Bears are reeling, their playoff aspirations fading after last week's 27-14 home loss to the Dolphins. And now Marc Trestman's team faces even bigger obstacles in an attempt to avoid a prolonged...
  • Patriots' double tight end alignment trouble for Bears

    Patriots' double tight end alignment trouble for Bears
    The Bears defense will have to play with technique and discipline in their Cover-2 shell inside the deep red zone to limit quarterback Tom Brady and the Patriots tight end talent. As shown here, the Patriots have their Ace/12 personnel on the field (two...
  • Marc Trestman shares blame for poor special teams play

    It takes a certain type of mentality to play special teams. Just ask Bears middle linebacker D.J. Williams, a longtime star since his days as one of the most highly recruited players out of De La Salle in Concord, Calif. That high school program is...
  • Slauson suffers what could be a significant pectoral injury

    Slauson suffers what could be a significant pectoral injury
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — As the frustration of a disappointing season mounts, so too does the Bears' injury toll. In the second half of Sunday's 51-23 loss to the Patriots, left guard Matt Slauson hurt his chest, suffering what multiple league...
  • 10 thoughts after Bears' win over Jets

    10 thoughts after Bears' win over Jets
    Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears’ 27-19 road victory Monday night over the New York Jets that raised their record to 2-1. 1. The Bears have been turning to inexperienced players to fill the holes that keep opening on defense. First-round...
  • Four Bears rookies make big plays for defense

     Four Bears rookies make big plays for defense
    The Bears did some of their best work in the shadow of their own goal line Monday night at MetLife Stadium and that is the biggest reason they were able to come away with a 27-19 victory. The Jets reached the red zone on six of their 11 possessions...
  • Readers' Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag

    Readers' Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag
    Bears columnist Brad Biggs tackles readers' questions. Who has gotten the better deal so far: Green Bay with Julius Peppers or the Bears with Jared Allen? -- @tomjwallace from Twitter For starters, I don’t know that either team has scored a...
  • Bears LB McClellin expected back as soon as two weeks with broken hand

    Bears LB McClellin expected back as soon as two weeks with broken hand
    Shea McClellin was declared “week to week” by Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman on Wednesday and the good news is it shouldn’t be too many weeks for the linebacker to be on the sideline with a broken right hand. McClellin underwent...
  • Madden 15 simulation: Bears 21, Packers 17

     Madden 15 simulation: Bears 21, Packers 17
    We want to feel confidence. We want to believe the Bears are better than the Packers, finally, and should take care of business in the most important game of the season's first quarter. We want to, but we don't. The Packers come to Soldier Field at 1-2,...
  • Same old Jay, same old defense, same old joke

    Same old Jay, same old defense, same old joke
    Sunday presented the Bears with a chance to announce themselves as a division power and maybe even a Super Bowl contender in this jailbreak of an NFL season. Instead, the Bears chose to announce they have no clue how to stop Aaron Rodgers, even when he&...