Best Case, Worst Case: Bryce Callahan

As we get ready for the 2017 Bears season, it is a good time to look at the ceiling and floor of every player currently on the Bears roster. Of course, career ending injury is the absolute floor, but we will try to keep it to an on the field scenario. Also, this is the […] Best Case, Worst Case: Bryce Callahan - Bear Goggles On - Bear Goggles On - A Chicago Bears Fan Site - News...
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77 Days Until Chicago Bears 2017 Season Kicks Off: Red Grange tribute

The Bear Goggles On Countdown to Kickoff series is now underway. The number 77 is retired to one of the greatest football players to ever live, Red Grange. Let’s look into the legacy of an under-appreciated member of the Chicago Bears. Embed from Getty Images If someone asked who you favorite Chicago Bear was, who […] 77 Days Until Chicago Bears 2017 Season Kicks Off: Red Grange...
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2 hours ago

78 Days until Chicago Bears 2017 Season Kicks Off: William Poehls Profile

The Bear Goggles On Countdown to Kickoff series is now underway for the second season in a row.  With 78 days to go until the Bears season kicks off, we will highlight the Bears player that is wearing number 78, offensive tackle William Poehls. 2016 Review Offensive Tackle William Poehls has not been with the […] 78 Days until Chicago Bears 2017 Season Kicks Off: William Poehls...
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22 hours ago

Chicago Bears: Adam Shaheen should push for starting job

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2 days ago

Can Deiondre' Hall overcome on- and off-field hurdles to make an impact with Bears?

Deiondre' Hall has plenty of on- and off-field hurdles to overcome, but can he rise above it and make an impact in the Bears secondary?
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2 days ago

Jay Cutler has no idea how to retire from NFL

Former Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler’s playing days are over. The much-maligned figure announced his retirement from the NFL earlier this year, taking a job broadcasting games for Fox in the process.But Cutler himself has absolutely no clue how to actually retire from football.Really.“Is there actual paperwork?” Cutler asked on a recent podcast with...
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Bears announce training camp schedule

The Bears released their official training camp schedule Thursday morning. After reporting to Olivet Nazarene on Wednesday, July 26, the first of ten practices open
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3 days ago

Forget Patience, Bears Should Be Preparing Trubisky To Start

Promises be damned. The Bears need to start their best quarterback in 2017. Early indications are it is not Mike Glennon. Beat reporters aren’t allowed to report who played well and who didn’t during organized team activities and minicamp practices but they’ve had a hard time hiding the fact that Glennon has struggled. And almost unanimously, they’ve “hinted” Trubisky...
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4 days ago

Bears Talk Podcast: How will the offensive line fare in 2017?

In this edition of the BearsTalk Podcast, JJ Stankevitz and Chris Boden discuss what should be a strength - the offensive line, and one member who
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4 days ago

Jets sign former Bears wide receiver Marquess Wilson

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Green Bay man takes new bride's maiden name of 'Packer'

On June 17 at Willis Tower in Chicago, a Packer wedding took place — literally. There, lifelong Green Bay Packers fan Ryan Holtan-Murphy married Marie Packer. In a decision that the groom described as a “no brainer,” he broke from tradition and took his wife’s name.“We’re the Packer family now,” he said on ABC News, via Eliza Murphy of “Good Morning America.”While...
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2017-2018 Chicago Bears season preview and predictions

I have been known to be more optimistic than most regarding the Chicago Bears. Despite the teams struggles the last two years, I feel that John Fox is the right man for the job. Although the jury is still out on offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains, it is clear that the Bears have one of the best in the business in defensive coordinator Vic Fangio. He has quietly turned the defense...
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Kevin White back at full strength: ‘I’ve got to turn it up’

The Chicago Bears expected Kevin White to be an NFL star when they used the No. 7 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft on the wide receiver, but injuries have prevented him from making an impact. White is aiming to change that in his third year as a pro.After raising some concerns by being held out of OTAs with a leg injury, White has declared himself fully healthy. He’s now focusing...
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Bears LB Leonard Floyd on concussion: ‘You don’t think the same’

Rookie linebacker Leonard Floyd was living his dream last season as a top-10 pick for the Chicago Bears. Then he got carted off the field after a concussion against the Giants in Week 11. He returned only two weeks later, and then in Week 16 he suffered his second concussion of the year on Dec. 24 against the Redskins, putting him on injured reserve for the remainder of the season...
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Leonard Floyd: Recovery from second concussion in 2016 took two months

Chicago Bears linebacker Leonard Floyd showed a lot of promise as a rookie in 2016, but he also suffered two concussions. The second concussion, Floyd told reporters Wednesday, took him two months to recover from after the injury took place the day before Christmas. Floyd, just 24 years old, was a first-round pick in 2016 out of Georgia. The fact he’s already suffered two concussions...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Kendall Wright blames Titans for bad season

When Kendall Wright and the Titans parted ways during the offseason, he might as well have said “It’s not me. It’s you.”Wright caught a career-low 29 passes last season, and the new Bears receiver says it was the Titans’ fault.“What motivates me the most is I was probably the best receiver on the Titans roster last year and I was playing like 10 plays a game,” Wright...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Glennon says he can mentor Trubisky and compete with him

Mike Glennon won’t easily surrender his job as the Chicago Bears starting quarterback. At the same time, he says he’s going to help Mitchell Trubisky prepare for the job.The Bears signed Glennon to a three-year, $45 million contract before trading up to draft Trubisky with the No. 2 pick. Glennon is 5-13 as a starter since the Buccaneers drafted him in the third round in 2013...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Bob Stoops denies he’s angling for Chicago Bears job

Apparently, Bob Stoops’ idea of a dream vacation is fun, sun and wind. Lots of wind.Stoops recently bought a second home in Chicago for $2.25 million, according to the Chicago Tribune, and said that he and his wife like to vacation in the Windy City. He says he doesn’t have his eye on a Chicago Bears head coaching job that could be vacant early next year.The 56-year-old Stoops...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

A successful season for the Chicago Bears will not take much

Soldier Field is not only home to the Chicago Bears but possibly the highest number of sighs recorded during the 2016 NFL season. The Bears had a tough go last season, and that may be an understatement. No, they were not on the Cleveland Browns level of bad, but they were pretty close. Chicago was tied for the third worst record in the NFL with the Jacksonville Jaguars and exposed...
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Cutler on why he didn't sign with Jets: ‘Stars didn’t really align’

Jay Cutler decided to move on from the football field for the safer confines of the broadcaster’s booth after being cut loose by the Chicago Bears. While there were reports of a handful of teams being interested in the quarterback, nothing ever materialized, something that presumably effectuated Cutler’s decision to sign on with FOX Sports.One of the teams that reportedly had...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

The Chicago Bears receiving corps: Mike Glennon’s island of misfit toys

The Chicago Bears have gone from the laughable losers to the sickest joke in the NFL. A team that cannot seem to find an identity nor has the desire to want one. The idea that the Bears want to get younger yet stay competitive feels somewhat like an oxy-moron, and leaves Bears fans in a state of confusion. The constant struggle between upper management and coaching personnel is...
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Jay Cutler, Kristin Cavallari selling Chicago-area mansion

I’ll come right out and say it, articles about athletes selling mansions are silly because it happens all the time. BUT! This one is different! Why, do you ask? Well in this case, it’s Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari selling their mansion, and this house is way different than most if not all athlete mansions.Cutler, 34, has retired from the NFL to pursue a future as an NFL broadcaster...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Sanchez suffers knee injury, delaying Connor Shaw release

The Chicago Bears apparently jumped the gun on announcing the release of Connor Shaw as they now will be needing his services with Mark Sanchez injured.The Bears on Tuesday announced that they had waived Shaw, a potential fourth-string QB, to make room for wide receiver Victor Cruz. But the team had to rescind the waiver after Sanchez suffered a knee injury. NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

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