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Bears still have questions seeking answers - Bob LeGere: Most of the questions the Bears faced when they started training camp haven't been completely answered yet, with the start of the regular season less than a week away.
Every NFL team made cuts to get themselves down to the 53-man standard. With few surprises, here are the five moves that surprised me from the Chicago Bears.
So, exactly how bad is Shea McClellin ? We "know" that he was a failure at defensive end, the lead example in the 'Emery can't draft defense' argument, and he might actually kick puppies .
Senorise Perry rushes for 22 years on the play in the fourth quarter against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
A frequent conversation topic among friends back in the '90s centered on the cities in which it would be most fun to be a professional athlete.
Jan 19, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson hoists the George Halas Trophy, named after the Chicago Bears legend, after the 2013 NFC Championship football game against the San Francisco 49ers at CenturyLink Field.
The Bears cut their roster down to the 53-man limit today, but I hear that they are still scanning the waiver wire for potential upgrades.
The name of the Double Nickel Smokehouse, which will open in Elk Grove, refers to the number Lance Briggs wears as an NFL linebacker.
I have already covered the Bears final cuts earlier today and now I'm going to focus on some players who made the roster that could be considered a surprise.
The NFL's 53-man roster deadline has just passed and the Bears made 17 cuts today to get down to the roster limit.
The most notable casualties among the Bears' early cuts Saturday were versatile, veteran offensive lineman Eben Britton and speedy big-play wide receiver/kick returner Chris Williams.
McCray raises game, should start at free safety - Adam L. Jahns: Danny McCray, signed to be a special-teams stalwart, stands out as the best example of an unheralded player who took his opportunity and ran with it.
After five weeks of practice and four preseason games, the Bears' roster - and their strengths and weaknesses - is coming into clearer focus.
Danny McCray didn't know how to take the news. The safety was going to be one of 40 players who would be sitting out the Bears' final exhibition Thursday night against the Cleveland Browns.
Running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis was released by the Bengals on Friday, among a handful of players out of jobs - for now - as NFL teams started to trim their rosters to get down to the mandatory 53 players by Saturday afternoon.
Aug 8, 2014; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears running back Jordan Lynch runs with the ball during the second half of a preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Soldier Field.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 06:27 am
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