Monthly Archives: July 2013

Information on the New Bears Offense Is Gradually Revealed in Camp

Bears training camp only opened Friday and we won’t really have an idea of what is going on with the Bears offense at least until the pre-season games. Nevertheless information on the new Bears offense is already coming to light … Continue reading

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Webb’s Body Moves to Right Side But His Mind Remains the Same

Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune quotes J’Marcus Webb on his move from the left tackle spot to the right: “Coach [Aaron] Kromer has definitely put me in the right spot.  ”Consistency comes just working hard every day, coming in with a … Continue reading

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No Contract Negotiations in Season Carries Risks

There are a number of articles this morning in the local papers and on the blogging sites about the fact that general manager Phil Emery has decided that no negotiations for contract extensions will take place during the 2013 season.  This … Continue reading

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Brandon Marshall and What “Being Smart” Might Actually Mean

Adam L Jahns at the Chicago Sun-Times writes about how the Bears will be taking it easy on contact in practice this summer.  Wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who had off-season hip surgery, seems to be on board: “’We’re gonna be smart,’ Marshall said. … Continue reading

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Brian Urlacher and a State of Confusion

English author Samuel Johnson once said, “While grief is fresh, every attempt to divert only irritates. You must wait till it be digested, and then amusement will dissipate the remains of it.”  It sounds like something Brian Urlacher is going to … Continue reading

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The Top NFL Assistants

Greg Gabriel at The National Football Post reviews the best assistant coaches in the NFL. “Make no mistake about it: the NFL is a coach’s league. “Except for maybe the quarterback position, the talent level from team to team is … Continue reading

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The Charles Tillman Trap

I have, of course, always loved Charles Tillman. I am a Bears fan after all and he is a Pro Bowler. I get to see him every game and I thought I appreciated him. But Sam Monson at Pro Football … Continue reading

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Why Not “T-Bone”?

I know wide receivers are a different breed. But what kind of self-involved jerk actually gives himself a nickname? From Bob Sansevere at the Pioneer Press.

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