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Man who killed Bears fan in Jacksonville pleads guilty to murde…

Man who killed Bears fan in Jacksonville pleads guilty to murder

profootballtalk.com suntimes.com Updated May 21, 2013
Back in October, an Illinois man who traveled to Jacksonville for the game between the Bears and Jaguars was killed the night before the game. The man accused of murdering William Pettry pleaded guilty to second-degree murder charges on Tuesday. The Flo…
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  • Why you won’t see Mike Ditka on Twitter

    Why you won’t see Mike Ditka on Twitter

    suntimes.com May 21, 2013
    1. Bears QB coach Matt Cavanaugh called Jay Cutler ‘brilliant’ in regard to his football IQ. Do you agree? I’ve never been around Jay a whole lot, but I think he’s a smart kid. I think he really understands the game. I know Matt is not going to sa
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  • Adviser says Gabe Carimi’s betting on himself

    Adviser says Gabe Carimi’s betting on himself

    profootballtalk.com May 21, 2013
    Usually when guys stay away from voluntary workouts, it’s because they’re trying to make a statement. In the case of Bears offensive lineman Gabe Carimi, the statement seems to be that he’s putting all the pressure on himself. Today will be the fift
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Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Teams not buying 'Easter Bunny' excuse for moving NFL Draft to …

    May 21
    BOSTON -- Even if you happen to believe in the Easter Bunny theory, or that the NFL had to move next year's draft to May solely because of a scheduling conflict with a Radio City Music Hall "Spring Spectacular'' show, there's more than a reasonable…
  • Clayton: NFL should be careful with calendar

    May 21
    The NFL's offseason calendar works just fine, so there's no reason to tear it up, writes John Clayton.
  • Peter King: There's no good reason to move back draft; mail

    May 21
    BOSTON -- I've been trying to find reasons to justify the NFL pushing back the draft by a whopping three weeks next season, to Mother's Day weekend, May 15-17. I can't find one. I'm not alone.