Month: March 2009

Bears upgrade at safety with acquisition of Bullocks

Posted in News and Rumors on March 11, 2009 at 6:36 pm by

The Bears added depth to their secondary by agreeing to a 1-year deal with free agent free safety Josh Bullocks on Wednesday. He should be able to compete with — and defeat — Craig Steltz […] Read the full article »

Patience is a virtue few Bears fans possess

Posted in News and Rumors on March 11, 2009 at 12:03 pm by

With each passing day it seems as though another veteran, sometimes a former Pro Bowler, hits the open market after becoming a victim of his team’s salary cap situation and youth movement. Marvin Harrison, Terrell […] Read the full article »

Bears re-sign RB Jones to 2-year deal

Posted in News and Rumors on March 6, 2009 at 11:57 pm by

The Bears signed a veteran backup running back to complement Matt Forte, and they didn’t have to look very far to do it. The team agreed to a 2-year contract with free agent Kevin Jones, […] Read the full article »

Williams would be better fit than Owens

Posted in News and Rumors on March 5, 2009 at 7:44 pm by

Less than 24 hours after the Cowboys released wide receiver Terrell Owens, the team continued its systematic dismantling of its roster by cutting ties with safety Roy Williams. Williams had requested a trade earlier this […] Read the full article »

Cowboys drop Owens; Bears not an option

Posted in News and Rumors on March 5, 2009 at 8:43 am by

As was rumored months ago, the Dallas Cowboys released wide receiver Terrell Owens, according to multiple reports. Owens had three fairly successful, yet controversial seasons with the Cowboys where he averaged 78 receptions for 1,189 […] Read the full article »

Cutler option not feasible, but veteran backup needed

Posted in News and Rumors on March 3, 2009 at 3:18 pm by

As of the time of this post, the lead story on the sports page of ChicagoTribune.com was a column written by David Haugh preaching that the Bears need to pursue Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler. Ironically, […] Read the full article »