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Can a personal foul for a late hit out of bounds be challenged? It appeared in Monday night's game the Ravens were called for a late hit when the ball carrier still had both feet in bounds. --John Eisenmann, Burlington, Vt. Under the current replay...
Tags: Football, Hunter Hillenmeyer, Brad Maynard, Crimes, Kyle Orton
Tribune staff reporterAn extremely long and rewarding Sunday began with a challenge and ended with a Bears celebration not seen in this stadium since, well, forever, and not seen in Chicago since 2001. There's something about Jeff Garcia and interception returns for game-...
With Kevin Hardy available, would cutting Paul Edinger and restructuring R.W. McQuarters' contract open up some cap room and be a smart move by the Bears to fill the outside linebacker position? --Patrick D., Raleigh, N.C. Patrick, the Bears have...
Tribune staff reporterLovie Smith might have accepted Sunday's 31-14 season-ending rout by the Green Bay Packers more easily if he had reduced the mismatch to a disparity in skill level. But all week Smith framed the season finale as a measure of pride for his team, and a 17-...
Tags: Soldier Field, Super Bowl, Olin Kreutz, Football, Darren Sharper
Tribune staff reporterTaking one look at the replay on the giant video board inside Ford Field with 1 minutes 26 seconds left in Sunday's 19-13 loss to the Detroit Lions, the Bears believed they had regained their mojo in Motown. Bernard Berrian, who had just scored the...
Tribune staff reporterWhen Bears running back Thomas Jones fumbled a handoff midway through the first quarter of Sunday's 24-5 loss to the Houston Texans, more than a football slipped through his frozen fingertips. "When the ball is that cold, sometimes it's hard to feel...
Tribune staff reporterAt midfield of Texas Stadium, Thomas Jones gripped the shaved head of his little brother, Julius, and embraced the star of Thursday's 21-7 Cowboys victory over the Bears. Thomas then smiled through gritted teeth, Julius flashed a toothy grin and the...
Tags: Football, Jonathan Quinn, Paul Edinger, Lance Briggs, John Tait
Tribune staff reporterAs Bears defensive ends Alex Brown and Adewale Ogunleye picked themselves off the mound of bodies in the end zone Sunday at The Coliseum, they quickly found themselves buried in a pile of joy. Their teammates flooded the field to celebrate a game-winning...
ChicagoSports.comThe Bears go for their third straight win today as they face the Titans for the first time ever at The Coliseum. The last time these teams met, the current stadium was not built and they were the Tennessee Oilers. Bear fans, Adam Caldarelli is at The...
Tribune staff reporterNo kids in Chicago enjoyed Halloween night more than the Bears' rookies. Rookie Nathan Vasher clinched a 23-13 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night at Soldier Field with a thrilling 71-yard interception return for a touchdown with 3...
Tribune staff reporterIn the agonizing aftermath of Sunday's 19-7 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, rookie quarterback Craig Krenzel was asked where the 1-5 Bears go from here. "Chicago," Krenzel said. It might have been the only answer the Bears knew for sure as they left...
Tribune staff reporterA bad day only got worse for Jonathan Quinn as he ambled slowly off Soldier Field and into the tunnel in the northwest corner after Sunday's 13-10 loss to the Washington Redskins. An angry group of fans unleashed a chorus of boos and leaned over the...
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