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  • Sighting: Lil Jon, Dallas Mavericks' Shawn Marion at Enclave

    Sighting: Lil Jon, Dallas Mavericks' Shawn Marion at Enclave
    The Dallas Mavericks' Shawn Marion joined rapper Lil Jon during his appearance at Enclave Saturday. NFL free agent Tommie Harris was also in attendance. "I'M SORRY CHICAGO I (MESSED) YOUR CITY UP LIKE THE DECEPTICONS N THE NEW TRANSFORMERS! YEAHHHHHHH,"...
  • Sighting: Brian Urlacher, Greg Olsen participate in kickball benefit

    Sighting: Brian Urlacher, Greg Olsen participate in kickball benefit
    The Bears' Greg Olsen hosted the 8th annual "Kicks for a Cure" kickball tournament Saturday at Grant Park. He was joined on "Bear Feet," which won the 62-team tournament, by his Bears teammates Brian Urlacher and Matt Forte and the Detroit Lions' Drew...
  • Doesn't anyone like Jay Cutler anymore?

    Be afraid, Jay Cutler. Be very afraid. The Bears’ latest reported moves, or latest reported attempts at moves, might put your life and suspect knee in greater jeopardy. First came word from Trib Football Monster Brad Biggs that the Bears were...
  • Here's why Kreutz wouldn't matter

    Here's why Kreutz wouldn't matter
    I loved the way Olin Kreutz played. I loved the way players spoke of his leadership. I hated the way Kreutz left the Bears. Bad guessing and hamhandedness seem to abound, but look, losing Kreutz doesn’t matter if Mike Martz was still going to...
  • Warning: Martz is talking

    Warning: Martz is talking
      Mike Martz spoke Wednesday. Be afraid. Be very afraid. The Bears'’ offensive coordinator said he believes the Bears “should be able to continue to improve from where we left off and make a quantum leap.’’ Stop right there. You...
  • Wait, J'Marcus Webb said what?

    Wait, J'Marcus Webb said what?
    First-and-long: It’s hard to know which is worse: J’Marcus Webb playing left tackle during the Bears’ exhibition opener against Buffalo on Saturday night or J’Marcus Webb talking about it later. Webb lined up at the most...
  • Fantasy Fodder season preview: Ranking fantasy tight ends

    Fantasy Fodder season preview: Ranking fantasy tight ends
    There are very few slam-dunk picks in fantasy football. For years, owning LaDainian Tomlinson guaranteed you a spot in the playoffs. Peyton Manning has been an elite fantasy QB for more than a decade. And though he's now in the twilight of his career,...
  • Big mouth, little production -- WIlliams just doesn't get it

    Big mouth, little production -- WIlliams just doesn't get it
    Muhsin Muhammad said famously that Chicago was where wide receivers go to die. Tribune Bears beat monster Brad Biggs brought up that line in this piece about Roy Williams, who is the first Bears receiver to be presented as a No. 1 guy since Muhammad....
  • Fantasy Fodder: Gearing up for Week 1 (maybe without Peyton)

    Fantasy Fodder: Gearing up for Week 1 (maybe without Peyton)
    The news that Peyton Manning will miss Week 1 with a neck injury -- and that his status going forward is unclear -- is good news for the Texans, Ravens, Patriots, Steelers and the other contenders in the AFC. It's bad news for fantasy football owners...
  • Fantasy Fodder: The biggest surprises of 2011 so far

    Fantasy Fodder: The biggest surprises of 2011 so far
    Every season, a few surprise studs come out of fantasy Siberia to reward savvy owners who had the foresight to select them in the later rounds of the draft. A season ago, Adrian Foster, Peyton Hillis and Brandon Lloyd come to mind. Ray Rice, Miles...
  • For those of you pining for last year's utterly futile Bears offense...

    For those of you pining for last year's utterly futile Bears offense...
    The Bears’ offense had one -- count it, one -- drive. It came on their second possession. After that, pffft. Fifty-one minutes of pffft. Last season kind of pffft. I thought the Bears had learned something this year. I thought they had it...