Trend Results : The Chicago Bears


Blog Post Results (1-20 of 10000+)

FILTER RESULTS

Alshon Jeffery's Future with the Bears Is Unclear and Strange

The Chicago Bears are in the middle of what's becoming a wide receiver cycle. It goes like this: Watch one towering target leave through either free agency or a trade, and he's then replaced by another maturing young wideout. When it's laid out like that, everything seems so simple and routine. Show More Summary

Former NFL player Charles Tillman reportedly joining Fox NFL Kickoff

Charles “Peanut” Tillman played thirteen seasons in the NFL before retiring a couple days ago. The University of Louisiana at Lafayette cornerback was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the second round of the 2003 NFL Draft and played for them for 12 years before finishing his career with the Carolina Panthers last season. Show More Summary

Report: Charles Tillman to join FOX pregame show

Having announced his retirement on Monday after 13 seasons in the NFL, former Chicago Bears and Carolina Panthers cornerback Charles Tillman is turning to broadcasting. According to Ed Sherman of the Chicago Tribune, Tillman is set to join FOX Sports for their weekly pregame show “FOX NFL Kickoff.” The announcement is expected on Thursday. Tillman…

Amini Silatolu to Bears: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

Former Carolina Panthers guard Amini Silatolu reportedly reached an agreement with the Chicago Bears on a one-year contract on Wednesday. Rand Getlin of the NFL Network first reported the agreement. Adam Caplan of ESPN provided the details...Show More Summary

Amini Silatolu set for visit with Bears

Veteran guard Amini Silatolu has visited with several teams since the start of free agency, but has yet to sign a contract for the 2016 season. Chicago may wind up being his landing spot. Adam Caplan of ESPN reports that Silatolu is scheduled to visit with the Bears on Wednesday. To get a contract, Silatolu…

Charles ‘Peanut’ Tillman Announces His Retirement (Video)

After 13 years in the National Football League, cornerback Charles Tillman has called it a career and retired. 12 seasons with the Chicago Bears and 1 season with the Carolina Panthers. Tillman retired in grand fashion by posting a video of himself punching out the clock, a nod to his ability to punch a ball loose […]

Charles Tillman retires with a creative, funny video

Charles Tillman retired from the NFL on Monday (AP) There are many ways to retire from the NFL, but not many have been better than Charles Tillman’s announcement. Tillman, the longtime Chicago Bears cornerback known as “Peanut” who spent...Show More Summary

Alshon Jeffery, Bears don't reach agreement on long-term contract as deadline passes

Jeffery is entering his fifth season in the league since the Bears took him in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft. The Chicago Bears did not sign Alshon Jeffery to a contract extension in advance of the July 15 deadline. JefferyShow More Summary

Tim Duncan once held up a team flight over a Chicago Bears game

  Tim Duncan’s love of the Chicago Bears is well known (AP) Now that Tim Duncan is retired, we’ll remember his insanely consistent greatness and his unemotional demeanor. But really, all you had to do to fire up Duncan was bring up the Chicago Bears. Show More Summary

The Schmo and The Pro: Lamarr Houston

last weekSports : The Big Lead

This week The Schmo sits down with Chicago Bears Outside Linebacker Lamarr Houston.

White Woman Walks Around Chicago’s South Side Bearing Sign: Black America, I’m Sorry 

One Illinois woman is capturing attention as she makes her way around the streets of Chicago’s South Side bearing a sign that says: ‘Black America I’m Sorry’ CBS Chicago reports that Laurella Willis of Blue Island has been walking about 20 miles a day with the sign, saying that she’s sorry about “everything that’s going […]

Kristin Cavallari Claps Back at Instagram Commenters Who Accuse Her of Starving Her Children 

Commenters were quick to criticize the former Laguna Beach reality star and current wife of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler when the mom posted a seemingly harmless picture of her boys, Camden Jack, 3 ½, and Jaxon Wyatt, 2, celebrating July 4th on the beach.

Kristin Cavallari Fires Back At Haters Who Body-Shamed Her Sons

Kristin Cavallari posted a beach photo of her two young sons wearing matching bathing suits, but she didn’t expect any backlash. The former Hills star, who has three kids with Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, posted a photo of her two boys playing on the beach during the family’s Fourth of July celebration at an... Show More Summary

Louis Murphy Woke Up in Florida Museum After Friend's Wedding

Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Louis Murphy woke up locked inside of the Flagler Museum in Palm Beach, Florida, Saturday, according to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times. He had been attending the wedding of Chicago Bears wide receiver...Show More Summary

Side Chick Blasts Bears WR Deonte Thompson On His Wedding Day

There’s literally nothing you can do anymore without it being blasted on social media. Long gone are the days of the quiet side chick who stuck to her role and kept her mouth shut. Social media has changed the game forever. Chicago Bears wide receiver found that out the hard way after his side chick […]

Bears end up claiming Shaw after Saints share their intentions

The Chicago Bears have claimed quarterback Connor Shaw via waivers. It was just a simple Friday transaction — except that the Saints put in a claim on Shaw, too, and apparently thought they had added him. Per Peter Schrager of FOX Sports, the Saints jumped the gun on thinking they’d claimed Shaw and let that…

Trump Lines Up Sports Stars for Convention

“Donald Trump’s campaign aides are lining up a slate of iconic sports figures to appear at the convention in Cleveland next month—including former undisputed world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson, legendary Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka, former Indiana University basketball coach Bobby Knight, and NASCAR chief Brian [...]

Buddy Ryan, defensive mastermind, has died at age 85

Legendary defensive mastermind Buddy Ryan, 85, has died according to multiple media reports. The Chicago Bears later confirmed the news. James David "Buddy" Ryan won two Super Bowls as an assistant coach and is perhaps best known asShow More Summary

Buddy Ryan, defensive mastermind of pro football, dies at 85

Mr. Ryan’s defensive strategies helped the New York Jets and Chicago Bears win Super Bowl titles.

Eagles say Buddy Ryan “forever left his mark” on the team and the city

After Bears players carried defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan off the field following Super Bowl XX, he left Chicago for his first NFL head-coaching job, in Philadelphia. On Tuesday, the Eagles remembered the 17th head coach in franchise history. “Buddy Ryan was arguably one of the greatest defensive masterminds in NFL history and forever left his…

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC