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Bears sign Armanti Edwards, Micheal Spurlock

Bears sign Armanti Edwards, Micheal Spurlock

profootballtalk.com Updated Jun 3
The Bears now longer have Devin Hester on the roster to return punts and kickoffs and they are reportedly adding a couple of players who could compete for those openings. The team announced that they have signed veteran free agent wide receivers Armanti…
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  • Bears can cure the Chicago blues

    Bears can cure the Chicago blues

    suntimes.com Jun 3
    TELANDER: The big boys are back, and just in time. Chicagoans suffering from post-hockey depression — those who finally learned what last change means and had defibrillators implanted after the Blackhawks-Kings Game 5, and then, bip, it’s all gone — wel…
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  • Bears altercation nothing personal, just competition

    Bears altercation nothing personal, just competition

    suntimes.com Jun 3
    There was plenty of shoving. There was loud, come-get-me trash-talking. And there was a helmet taken off and violently slammed against the ground. “It’s football,” defensive end Lamarr Houston said after organized team activities at Halas Hall on Tuesda…
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  • No. 2 WR Alshon Jeffery happy to be part of No. 1 receiving duo

    No. 2 WR Alshon Jeffery happy to be part of No. 1 receiving duo

    suntimes.com Jun 3
    By reputation — though not last year’s statistics — Alshon Jeffery is the Bears’ No. 2 receiver. When he speaks with the team’s No. 1, Brandon Marshall, however, the two agree that No. 2 isn’t a goal in any facet of the game. “It’s just competitiveness,…
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  • Observations: Scuffle breaks out

    Observations: Scuffle breaks out

    ESPN.com Jun 3
    LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- A brief skirmish broke out at Tuesday's organized team activity during a team drill between members of the Chicago Bears' starting offense and defense. Involved in the short-lived fracas was defensive end Lamarr Houston, right tackl…
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  • Conte: 'No setbacks' with repaired shoulder

    Conte: 'No setbacks' with repaired shoulder

    ESPN.com Jun 3
    LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Chris Conte is unsure of the exact date he'll receive medical clearance to return to the field, but the Chicago Bears free safety said on Tuesday he's experienced no setbacks with his surgically repaired shoulder. Conte underwent a …
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  • 49ers bring back Blake Costanzo

    49ers bring back Blake Costanzo

    In 2011, linebacker Blake Costanzo helped give the 49ers some of the best special teams units in the league but he left for the Bears as a free agent the next offseason. Costanzo remained a core special teams player over two years with the Bears, but he…
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  • Video - Bennett, Houston Involved In Scuffle 00:36

    Bennett, Houston Involved In Scuffle

    Jun 3
    Martellus Bennett and Lamarr Houston were involved in a scuffle at a Bears organized team activity

Sports Columnists

  • Marcell Dareus - Don't simply judge Buffalo Bills defensive lineman by rec…

    Jun 3
    Marcell Dareus needs to make sure he's defined by all he's overcome to get where he is, not by his recent mistakes, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
  • Dan Marino: ‘I Am Withdrawing as a Plaintiff Effective Immediately’

    Jun 3
    The football world was stunned Monday when a concussion lawsuit with Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino as star plaintiff was announced. Evidently, Marino himself was just as stunned to hear the news. Late Tuesday afternoon, Marino confirmed the news t…
  • Don Banks: Few teams better than Packers at finding late-round, undrafted …

    Jun 3
    The Packers' recent signing of baggage-laden tight end Colt Lyerla struck some as an out-of-character move for Green Bay, which doesn't routinely take chances on players who enter the NFL with the bevy of red flags featured by the talented but troubled …
  • What’s Dan Marino Doing?

    Jun 3
    In the wake of the news, first reported by the Los Angeles Times, that Dan Marino is one of 15 former NFL players to file a new concussion-related lawsuit against the NFL, there was one popular theory floating around: Marino would never have joined the …