Tag: Bears wide receivers

The Bears Beat (07.23.12): What kind of role will Michael Bush play for the Bears?

Posted in News and Rumors on July 23, 2012 at 6:06 pm by

With starting running back Matt Forte now paid and happy, what kind of role will newcomer Michael Bush play in the offense? Also, the Bears have high expectations after the additions they made to the […] Read the full article »

The Bears Beat (02.21.12): Bears must address aging defense

Posted in News and Rumors on February 21, 2012 at 5:58 pm by

Either the Bears find the Fountain of Youth on defense or they begin replenishing the talent on that side of the ball if they want to compete in the coming years. Also, what to watch […] Read the full article »

The Bears Beat (02.20.12): Cutler hoping new front office can get him “more toys to play with”

Posted in News and Rumors on February 20, 2012 at 5:38 pm by

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler applauded the addition of Jeremy Bates as his quarterbacks coach and hopes that new general manager Phil Emery can add more pieces to the offense, including a taller receiver. Also, what […] Read the full article »

The Bears Beat (02.09.12): Can Bears be contenders in 2012?

Posted in News and Rumors on February 9, 2012 at 5:38 pm by

NFL.com analyst Steve Wyche says the Bears have a good chance at contending for the Super Bowl next year. Should the Bears address the wide receiver depth chart through the draft or in free agency? […] Read the full article »

The Bears Beat (02.06.12): Would Bears have interest in Manningham?

Posted in News and Rumors on February 6, 2012 at 5:36 pm by

Would the Bears have any interest in Super Bowl champion and unrestricted free agent wide receiver Mario Manningham? Former Bears defensive end Mark Anderson loses his second Super Bowl. And what the Bears can learn […] Read the full article »

Contrary to idiocy, Bears better off sans Berrian

Posted in News and Rumors on December 16, 2008 at 11:03 am by

It was only a matter of time that the Chicago media would begin formulating ideas about why the Bears did not make the playoffs and what they needed to do to rectify that in 2009. […] Read the full article »