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Bears’ Chris Conte can’t fathom how his fine matches Jared Allen’s
suntimes.com Updated Nov 30, 2012
The inequity of NFL jurisprudence continues to confound Chris Conte. The second-year Bears safety, still smarting from a $21,000 fine for an inadvertent helmet-to-helmet hit against the Carolina Panthers on Oct. 28, was surprised to see Jared Allen of t…Upvote Share Tweet
suntimes.com Nov 30, 2012The list of receivers contained by Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner, the Seattle Seahawks’ big, fast and contentious cornerbacks, is impressive. Larry Fitzgerald, Calvin Johnson and Steve Smith are on it, and up next is the Bears’ Brandon Marshall.Upvote Share TweetBears quarterback Jay Cutler was fined $10,000 for taunting, after flipping the ball at Vikings cornerback A.J. Jefferson last week, according to Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune. Cutler was scrambling, and heading out of bounds, when he stiff-arme…Upvote Share Tweet
NFC North Friday injury reportESPN.com Nov 30, 2012Let's get inside the Friday injury report in the NFC North: Chicago Bears: We already knew that the Bears wouldn't have guard Chris Spencer (knee) or receivers Devin Hester and Alshon Jeffery (knee) for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks. The re…Upvote Share TweetChicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher plans to appeal a fine levied by the NFL for a horse collar tackle on Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson on Sunday.Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 30, 2012It looks like the Bears will have running back Matt Forte on the field against the Seahawks on Sunday. During last week’s victory over the Vikings, Forte tweaked the ankle injury that kept him out of one game earlier this season. He’s been sleeping inUpvote Share Tweet
'Playbook': Seattle Seahawks vs. Chicago BearsNov 30The "Playbook" crew debates whether the Seattle Seahawks will be able to pressure Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler in their Week 13 matchup.
Peter King: RGIII's smarts, skills leave opposing defenses scramblingNov 30Pardon the clichÃ©-fest, but it's the little things that, very often, are the difference between winning and losing in a football game. Sometimes they're so little that you don't see them when you watch the game, and you don't even notice on the fourth …
NFL Week 13 review: John Clayton's Last CallNov 30The AFC playoff picture is mostly set, but the Steelers are making things interesting, writes John Clayton.
The Sports Guy's Week 13 picks and trying to keep up with all the changes …Nov 30The 2012 NFL season will be memorialized as the season football changed, but not necessarily for the better — plus Week 13 picks.