This is the March 22, 2013 news archive. View today's Bears rumors and news.
A free agent for the first time in his 13-year career, former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher said Friday "maybe nobody wants me," but he is happy to talk to other teams.Share TweetESPN.com Mar 22, 2013All week Scouts Inc. has been taking a look at how the NFC's divisions have been affected by this year's free-agent shuffle. After tackling the East, South and West, the old Black-and-Blue Division, the NFC North is up. Kevin Weidl examines the thinking…Share Tweetyahoo.com Mar 22, 2013San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh is one of the most maniacally well-prepared people in the NFL, and he's been that way for a long time. It's one of the things that allowed him to play quarterback in the pros for 14 seasons with the Chicago Be…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Mar 22, 2013A day after visiting Cleveland, free agent tight end Kellen Davis has signed on the line which is dotted. Davis has signed a one-year contract with the Browns, a league source tells PFT. A 2008 fifth-round draft pick of the Bears, Davis has spent his en…Share Tweetyahoo.com Mar 22, 2013Just over six weeks after hoisting the Lombardi Trophy, former Baltimore Ravens and future Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed said he's joining the Houston Texans to help the franchise deliver a championship to the city of Houston. [Also: Brian Urlacher was gi…Share TweetESPN.com Mar 22, 2013A look at whether each NFC North team has been a winner or a loser in free agency. Chicago Bears: A hot start in free agency netted left tackle Jermon Bushrod and tight end Martellus Bennett. The Bears had been trying for five years to find a genuine le…Share Tweet
PFT Live: Bears talk with John Mullin, PFT Planet calls and tweetsprofootballtalk.com Mar 22, 2013The end of Brian Urlacher’s run with the Bears will be one of the topics up for discussion on Friday’s edition on PFT Live. John Mullin of CSN Chicago will join Mike Florio to talk about the Bears’ decision to draw a hard line on what they were willShare Tweet