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RENTON, Wash. (AP) - Mike Holmgren's hopes of avoiding the second 1-5 start of his 17-year coaching career rest upon a backup quarterback who has a sore leg and will make his first start in two years. Seattle's coach confirmed Friday that...
Tribune staff reporterIt was as good as it gets for a little while Monday night. Good enough for the Bears' defense to feel truly proud of itself. Good enough for Rashaan Salaam and Raymont Harris to believe the running-back combination could actually work. Good enough even,...
Tags: Super Bowl, Jeff Thomason, Football, Todd Perry, Rick Mirer
Tribune staff reporterLate in the first quarter, Bears quarterback Chris Chandler was sacked by Jets defensive end John Abraham. Left tackle Mike Gandy, who was beaten for the sack, approached Chandler afterward. "I have him," Gandy reassured Chandler. "Don't worry."...
Tribune staff reporterIf the Bears have not exactly embraced their fate as participants in one of the worst football seasons in their history, they have now, it seems, accepted it. With an odd sense of detachment at 1-10, they numbly go through the motions of analyzing each...
Tribune staff reporterSo much for keeping up with the big boys. So much for playoff hopes dangling by a mathematical thread. Beating the Detroit Lions, as it turns out, doesn't mean much when you're playing a real playoff team. And easy schedule, easy conference or not,...
Tribune staff reporterA typically sloppy preseason game? Or a game typical of what will be a sloppy team? You make the call. Actually, the replay official did in reversing a safety after Pittsburgh's block of a Todd Sauerbrun punt and calling it a touchdown to give the...
Tribune staff reporterBased on the most significant playing time of his fledgling pro career, Cade McNown's rookie season will be nothing if not suspenseful. And the Bears are sure to follow. Youthful 3-yard touchdown run. Two rookie interceptions. Dramatic 20-yard touchdown...
Tags: Fabien Bownes, Jim Miller, Aaron Stecker, Football, Walt Harris
Tribune staff reporterThey are 3-2 and kings of the universe. A real team with serious goals, an agenda and an attitude. They are one victory short of their season total for each of the last two seasons, but you'd never know it. Never guess that this was the same team that...
Tribune staff reporterA zombie-like Bears team reacted with neither anger nor disgust nor any real emotion at all to the events that had transpired before them Sunday night. They were, in fact, numb. Worn from an effort that was not good enough. Drained, no doubt, by their...
Tags: Johnnie Morton, John Jett, Thanksgiving, Football, Charlie Batch
Tribune staff reporterIt was a miserable Sunday at Soldier Field. Penetrating cold, gusting winds, pelting rain turning to sleet. The kind of day that makes football teams look bad. Only in this case, while the Bears were huddled against the elements, slipping, bobbling and...
Tribune staff reporterIt was right there in front of them. Again. This time with the freaky hand of fate that hangs around places like Three Rivers Stadium, it turned a deflected pass by Erik Kramer on third-and-long into a diving completion by Curtis Conway and a first down...
Tribune staff reporterThey are going to be hard-pressed laying claim to that best-little-one-win-team-in-the-history-of-the-NFL title. After Sunday, any self-respect the Bears were starting to develop faded as cruelly as a desert mirage. This was the sort of day that's hard...
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