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I'm an expat working overseas but I have been a Bears fan for a long time.

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Tampa Bay Hires Lovie Smith As Head Coach


Looks like Lovie is coming back to the NFL and will have Rod Marinelli as his defensive coordinator, will a number of Bears free agents join him?

Hester: Majority of Bears Fans Are False Fans


"The media, the false fans, you all got what you all wanted," Hester said without making eye contact. "The majority of you all wanted him out. As players, we wanted him in. I guess the fans – the false fans – out-ruled us." Wow, what a cheap shot.

Did Bears Frugality in 2011 Cost Them The Season?


Bears one of the bottom 5 spenders in the NFL last season but was it the deciding factor?

McNabb: I Waited For Bears To Call Me


Could good ol' Donovan McNabb have made a difference in getting the Bears into the playoffs when Cutler got injured? I guess we'll never know.

'85 Bears Team to Finally Get White House Visit!


Some good news for a change! One question does come to mind though: will the Superfans be in attendance?

Bears to Get Veteran QB as Backup?


John Mullin: "Mike Martz likely would welcome a veteran as his backup quarterback after the bad last week and shaky first game Caleb Hanie had. And if the struggles under center continue (and no Bears quarterback is looking especially good right now, including Jay Cutler), the offensive coordinator might get one." What?

Lovie Smith Not Impressed By Craig Steltz


Gene Chamberlain: One big practice by S Craig Steltz that included two INTs didn't impress coach Lovie Smith much. "But that's normally what he does in training camp," Smith said. "He makes plays and for whatever reason he hasn't gotten an opportunity to play a lot in the regular season. But we noticed him. That's what it's about -- not blending in, making a few big plays for people to take notice." LOL- just thought I'd put this out there.

Maurice Jones-Drew Will Not Apologize To Jay Cutler


PFT: "I haven’t gotten a chance to, but I wouldn’t apologize because I didn’t do anything wrong, I don’t think," Jones-Drew said. "I didn’t commit a crime. I didn’t kill anyone or rape anyone or anything like that. I mean, I stated my opinion, and it seems like you get more backlash for that than committing a real crime in some sense. I feel like I didn’t do anything wrong, I just said what everybody else was thinking." It's a pity the Bears aren't playing the Jaguars this year in the regular season- I have a feeling Brian Urlacher and Co. will have something to say (and even do) to Mr. Jones-Drew...

Olin Kreutz to Join Competing Team?


From Brad Biggs: "Kreutz’s agent Mark Bartelstein of Priority Sports would not reveal the suitor, but said Kreutz will play for a "competing team" if the 34-year-old decides to pick a new home. Kreutz, who played for the Bears for 13 seasons and was named to six Pro Bowls, is past the stage in his career where it’s about the money." Update: Kreutz to visit Saints.

SN's Greg Couch Bashes Jay Cutler


Says Cutler is totally immature and labels his defenders the "excuse patrol". Hey Greg, up yours.


Bears Bites

* With the lockout in full force, players are either just having fun (like Hines Ward being arrested at gunpoint) or actually organizing workouts since they cannot get into practice facilities. *...


2011 New Bears Free Agents We'd Like To See

Now that the draft is over and assuming that the labor problems of the NFL could be sorted out, it's time to move to the subject of free agency. With Bears GM Jerry Angelo stating that the team is...


The Real Reason Why Gabe Carimi Is Perfect For The Bears

Gabe Carimi is the guy Chicago Bears need, not just because of his physical skills, but because he is a talker- we need tough guys who can talk the talk, Im sick of the Lovie Smith robot team....

Ravens Angry Over Bears GM Jerry Angelo's Draft Foul Up?


From Peter King's story on SI: Chicago, picking 29th, and Baltimore, at 26, finalized a trade that would have had them switch slots, with the Ravens getting the Bears' fourth-round pick in return. Chicago would take Wisconsin tackle Gabe Carimi, and the Ravens, if Colorado cornerback Jimmy Smith was still on the board, would take Smith at 29. With two minutes left in the Ravens' period, the deal was done. Under NFL rules, each team has to report the trade to NFL draft headquarters at Radio City Music Hall. The Ravens called it in. They assumed Chicago called it in, but due to a miscommunication in the Bears draft room, no one from Chicago ever called the league. As the clock ticked down to zero, and Chicago was on the phone with Carimi to tell him he was going to be their pick, Baltimore noticed no one at the league had announced the trade and Chicago's pick of Carimi. Meanwhile, Kansas City, with the 27th pick, rushed its card to the desk at Radio City, taking Pittsburgh wideout Jonathan Baldwin. Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome, on an open line to New York, demanded to know why the trade hadn't gone through. Chicago never called to confirm it, Newsome was told. Baltimore was infuriated. The league didn't allow the trade. The Ravens picked Smith at 27 (not 26; Kansas City was awarded the 26th pick and picked Baldwin, because the Chiefs got the pick in before the Ravens did), and the Bears got lucky, getting Carimi at 29. "Whatever you hear, Baltimore did everything the right way," Angelo told Chicago media. "There were a lot of things happening in the draft room. We were getting a lot of calls, we just ... dropped the ball. I dropped the ball. I can't say anything more than that." All's well that ends well, you say? Not so fast. Angelo called Baltimore owner Steve Bisciotti to apologize, but Bisciotti wanted the fourth-round pick anyway, claiming it was part of the deal they'd agreed to. In fact, I'm told Bisciotti today will push to get the fourth-round pick, or to make the situation right in some way. The league is under no obligation to do so, because the trade was never official. And maybe all's fair in love and draft-night trades, but as far as Baltimore's concerned, I don't think this one's over. I think the Ravens will ask the league to award them some compensation from Chicago before the draft resumes at 6 p.m. Eastern today. Stay tuned.

Todd Collins Injured During His Last Play


So it seems the real reason Todd Collins was taken out of the game against the Packers was because he got injured.


Picking Up The Pieces

Anyone who isn’t living under a rock knows that he Bears lost to the Packers in the NFC Championship Game 21 to 14. What is clear is that every Bears fan right now feels a combination of anger,...


SuperBowl Shuffle II?

    Well, now that the Chicago Bears are on a hot winning streak and Jay Cutler is confident that the team is going to the Superbowl and with this season being the 25th anniversary of the 1985...


Da Bears Get No Respect

It can pretty much be argued that the Chicago Bears are the Rodney Dangerfields of the NFL. Despite our recent win against the vaunted Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles, many nationally...


3 Active Head Coaches of the 85 Bears Team In The NFL

With Leslie Frazier replacing Brad Childress as the new head coach of the Minnesota Vikings, this marks an impressive achievement for the 1985 Bears alumni; there are now 3 active head coaches in...


85 Bears Movie: Who Would You Cast?

Hey y'all, this is my first fanpost ever so please take it easy on me!   In celebration of the 1985 Chicago Bears team (let's face it, until the Bears win another Superbowl, the 85 team will always...

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