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Chicago Bears preseason: Mitch Trubisky outshines Mike Glennon against Denver Broncos

Chicago Bears fans were eager to watch their rookie quarterback take the field against the Denver Broncos in the preseason opener. Mike Glennon was the starter. Mark Sanchez the backup. Mitch Trubisky the third string. Trubisky was sensational. Show More Summary

John Fox rooting for Jay Cutler, wishes “it went a different way” in Chicago

While Jay Cutler was signing with the Dolphins on Monday, Mike Glennon, Mark Sanchez and Mitchell Trubisky continued their competition for his old job. Bears coach John Fox said he texted Cutler well wishes. “I think it’s great,” Fox said, via Eric Edholm of Pro Football Weekly. “... I am happy for him. […]

Jets QB Christian Hackenberg Kicked Out of Practice For Not Knowing How To Break A Huddle Correctly

This may be the most embarrassing thing someone has done in Jets uniform since Mark Sanchez’s infamous butt fumble. The New York Jets aren’t expected to contend for anything this year except a top-3 draft pick in next years NFL draft, but they need to at least seem like they want to be competitive and […]

Matt Cassel out six weeks with thumb injury

The Bears will be without Mark Sanchez for the rest of their offseason program after he hurt his knee on Tuesday and he wasn’t the only former USC quarterback now serving as a backup to get hurt this week. Titans coach Mike Mularkey announced that Matt Cassel injured his right thumb on Tuesday and will…

Bears backup Mark Sanchez injured, out for offseason program

Bears backup quarterback Mark Sanchez will likely miss the rest of Chicago's offseason program after suffering what the team says is a minor injury on Tuesday        

Mark Sanchez reportedly suffers knee injury, could miss Bears' offseason program

The Bears were going to waive Connor Shaw but have decided to hang onto him after Sanchez's injury

Mark Sanchez hurts knee, Bears hold onto Connor Shaw

Tuesday began with the Bears announcing that quarterback Connor Shaw was being waived to make room on the roster for wide receiver Victor Cruz. It will end with Shaw still on the team’s roster. The Bears announced on Tuesday afternoon that they have rescinded their earlier move involving the quarterback and waived wide receiver Jhajuan…

Trevor Siemian thinks 2016 reps will help him win 2017 competition

A year ago, after Peyton Manning retired and Brock Osweiler left and Mark Sanchez arrived and speculation swirled about Colin Kaepernick, one persistent thought emerged regarding the Broncos’ quarterback situation: Don’t be surprised if Trevor Siemian get the job. He did get the job for the defending Super Bowl champions, holding off Sanchez and first-rounder Paxton Lynch…

Mark Sanchez will wear Jay Cutler’s number 6

When Tim Hightower arrived in San Francisco, he declined No. 21 out of respect for Frank Gore, who wore it before him with the 49ers. When Latavius Murray arrived in Minnesota, he declined No. 28 out of respect for Adrian Peterson, who wore it before him with the Vikings. But in Chicago, Mark Sanchez will…

John Fox sees a Bears team in “striking distance”

It is easy to be skeptical of the Bears’ outlook for 2017. Of their current quarterbacks, Mark Sanchez attempted the most passes last year; he threw 18 as a backup in Dallas. They finished in last place in the NFC North for a third straight year. Their 3-13 record was the franchise’s worst, in the terms of loss…

Quarterbacks the Chicago Bears could draft in later rounds

1 of 4 | NEXT » Chicago Bears GM Ryan Pace sounds like someone who’s open to drafting a quarterback but feels confident in his trio of Mike Glennon, Mark Sanchez and Connor Shaw. “We’re going to take the best players available… but right...Show More Summary

If Bears Wanted A Mentor QB, Colin Kaepernick Beats Mark Sanchez

The Bears had a great opportunity. But they butt fumbled. [ more › ]

Mark Sanchez signs one-year, $2 million deal with Chicago Bears

Quarterback signs one-year, $2 million deal with Bears, is expected to back up Mike Glennon.        

Bears announce signing of Mark Sanchez

Mark Sanchez has found his fifth NFL team. Sanchez has signed with the Bears, the team announced today, making him the backup to starting quarterback Mike Glennon. The Bears may still draft a quarterback, and if they do Sanchez could have value as a veteran mentor. Last year in Dallas, rookie quarterback Dak Prescott credited…

Bears set up private workout with DeShone Kizer

The Bears signed their starter at the beginning of free agency with a deal for Mike Glennon, and are close to a deal for a backup in Mark Sanchez. But they’re obviously still looking to the future. In fact, they might have already gotten a peek at their next one wearing gear from their city.…

Bears Sign Mark Sanchez, For Some Reason

5 months agoSports : Deadspin

Former Jets and Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez is back, baby. The Chicago Bears added Sanchez to their dogpile at quarterback and signed him to a one-year deal tonight, per a report from Ian Rapoport which was later confirmed by Adam Schefter. Read more...

Report: Bears finalizing deal with Mark Sanchez

Whatever cure is required for the quarterback situation in Chicago, it seems, won’t be found at this late stage in free agency. The best hope for remedy on the current roster comes in the form of Mike Glennon, he of 11 passes the past two seasons combined. Depth, though, is depth. The Bears appear on the brink of adding…

Mark Sanchez expected to sign with Bears in a move that just feels right

The quarterback will be a nice veteran backup for the newly signed Mike Glennon. The Chicago Bears have signed a backup quarterback. Per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Mark Sanchez has joined the team to back up newly signed Mike Glennon. Show More Summary

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