There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you. -- Maya Angelou In the past few days, the world was bombarded with images of enraged Baltimore youth. But let us not forget that unrest has its roots in one thing: wanting to be heard. Show More Summary
Strong draft hauls by Minnesota and Chicago could help balance out the division in 2015. The 2014 season was a rough one for the Vikings and Bears. The pair won just 12 combined games, went 0-8 against the playoff-bound Packers and Lions and were both unofficially out of the division race by late November. Show More Summary
In a Utopian world, no person --- male or female ---would be forced into parenthood. However, as much as this may seem unfair, we must bear responsibilities for our actions. The post Is Sherri Shepard Wrongly Being Forced Into Parenthood? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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The first draft class under new general manager Ryan Pace gave us a look into the team building process at Halas Hall with the Bears targeting players who bring major upside, scheme flexibility and competition to head coach John Fox's evolving roster.
Michigan State running backs coach Dave Warner oversaw Jeremy Langford’s emergence as one of the top running backs in the Big Ten.
"Sometimes Darth Vader wins," the Times writes today in their wrap-up of last night's hotly-anticipated boxing affaire du jour, Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs Manny Pacquiao. Considering that it cost people $99.99 to be able to bear witness...Show More Summary
Shelby's new cute Craftsman style home had a lot of old charm....except for the bland builder-grade kitchen. She couldn't bear it for long, and decided something needed to be done before she started cooking and entertaining... READ MORE »
Like many, I watched the 2015 draft unfold with great interest. It was fascinating to watch the soaring success of a Marcus Mariota (including a reported effort of my Chicago Bears to unload Jay Cutler on the Tennessee Titans in exchange for their second slot — and Mariota). It was equally fascinating to watch the […]
Ryan Pace wasn't about to make any promises or outlandish projections. With his first draft class as Bears general manager assembled, Pace simply stepped back from the NFL draft frenzy Saturday evening and expressed satisfaction with how he thinks the previous three days had unfolded.
Clint Trickett remembers the trip like it was yesterday.
Brenda Buttner's Bulls and Bears segment begins with logical talk from House leaders and President Obama about the need for places for kids to play and job opportunities for the youth of America's inner-city. I was impressed that just...Show More Summary
Chicago Bears' draft wrap-up
STRENGTHS A road-grader in the run game, Tayo Fabuluje is a massive, hulking presence on the offensive line. He dominated defenders at the East-West Shrine Game and has developmental potential as a technician and athlete. He has the raw power to dump defenders and can rack up pancakes off the snap. Show More Summary
Total breakdown: Bears draft OT Tayo Fabuluje in sixth round
Instincts and intelligence are important when playing safety, and Adrian Amos has both. The Bears get a great value pick in the fifth round with this selection. Amos started 37 games over his last three seasons at Penn State. He wasShow More Summary
STRENGTHS Adrian Amos can be listed at safety or cornerback, and how he's viewed by teams may vary. He has excellent speed, agility and short-area burst. He plays with balance and control, never letting his weight get too out in front of his feet or his back too straight. Show More Summary
When the Bears added Michigan State's Jeremy Langford in the fourth round, they probably made two running backs on the team very nervous. Langford is an honorable mention All-Big Ten player who started all 27 games in the last two seasons at Michigan State. Show More Summary
After a winter of record-low precipitation and record-high temperatures, I almost can’t bear to look at the wildfire forecast for summer. But here it is. And boy, is it ugly. Read more...