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  • Explaining Jay Cutler to John Fox; informing Joakim Noah about LeBron

    Explaining Jay Cutler to John Fox; informing Joakim Noah about LeBron
    Guessing about quarterbacks is a bad thing in the NFL, almost as bad as importing Canadian Football League coaches. But there’s new Bears coach John Fox, sounding like he’s guessing about Jay Cutler’s problems. “Maybe he got to...
  • Bears criticized for signing player under investigation in sex assault case

    Bears criticized for signing player under investigation in sex assault case
    In August, defensive end Ray McDonald of the 49ers celebrated his 30th birthday with friends at his 4,800-square-foot home in San Jose overlooking a golf course. Guests arrived as early as 3 p.m. with the party going strong enough to generate a noise...
  • John Kass: NFL rookie's decision to retire another sign football is doomed

    Years ago Rush Limbaugh called me a liberal sportswriter, suggesting I was the harbinger of death to football in America. Happily, though, loyal readers know that I'm not even remotely liberal. Just ask my editors, or the legions of Obama's peeved off...
  • Bednarik, Borland provide definitions of football toughness

    Bednarik, Borland provide definitions of football toughness
    The ultimate football warrior died on Saturday. Chuck Bednarik was 89 and was probably still nasty enough to play linebacker until a few years ago. As fate would have it, Chris Borland retired a few days earlier. He and Bednarik had the same position...
  • Transcript: George McCaskey addresses Ray McDonald signing

    Transcript: George McCaskey addresses Ray McDonald signing
    PHOENIX -- Chicago Bears owner George McCaskey understands what’s at stake. Tuesday’s signing of defensive end Ray McDonald comes with risk and plenty of potential drama. After McDonald experienced multiple legal run-ins in 2014 -- first...
  • Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh says he's not worth his $5-million salary

    Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh says he's not worth his $5-million salary
    Jim Harbaugh is getting paid quite handsomely to coach Michigan's football team -- $5 million a year with the chance to make a lot more in bonuses and incentives. Obviously the university thinks he's worth it. Not only did Harbaugh go to three NFC...
  • Bears to sign ex-49ers defensive end Ray McDonald

    Bears to sign ex-49ers defensive end Ray McDonald
    PHOENIX -- The Chicago Bears have taken another step toward fortifying their defensive front, agreeing to terms on a deal with defensive end Ray McDonald. Bears general manager Ryan Pace confirmed the move Tuesday afternoon from the NFL owners meetings....
  • Hyde: More ripples from Bullygate as ex-trainer O'Neill sues Dolphins

    Hyde: More ripples from Bullygate as ex-trainer O'Neill sues Dolphins
    He's a small name, who played a private role in a larger story everyone in South Florida has tired of. But fired Dolphins trainer Kevin O'Neill has filed a lawsuit against the team, owner Steve Ross and coach Joe Philbin with an important question: Were...
  • Former 49er Dana Stubblefield sells Bay Area home

    Former 49er Dana Stubblefield sells Bay Area home
    Dana Stubblefield, the retired NFL defensive lineman who played seven seasons for the San Francisco 49ers, has sold his home in San Jose for $1.65 million. Located in the Willow Glen neighborhood, the Mediterranean-inspired Traditional is accessed...
  • One rule change approved, but Ravens waiting for another

    One rule change approved, but Ravens waiting for another
    The rule change the Ravens proposed, prohibiting defensive players on punts from pushing teammates into the offensive formation at the line of scrimmage, got the necessary votes for approval Tuesday at the NFL owners meetings. However, there has been no...
  • Ravens opening up room for more fans to attend training camp

    Since the Ravens left McDaniel College in Westminster following the 2010 season and decided to hold training camp at their own facility in Owings Mills, team officials have been searching for ways to get their fans more exposure to summer workouts....