• Former Negro League pitcher Gould passes away

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Nov 15, 2012
    “I don’t know what’s happening,” Gould said. Gould is survived by his wife of 61 years, Gwendolyn, and his three children Valerie A. Gould, Harold L. Gould Jr. and Lorena E. Gould. Gould said he spoke "prior to having a full understanding" of the issues involved. Gould also spent time in the U.S. Army, enlisting in 1950. Criticizing the Soldier Field grass is an annual tradition among Bears players, but it reinforces that nothing much has changed after chairman George McCaskey promised the team would get more involved in field management after conditions forced the 2011 Family Night practice to be canceled.
    Source: MLB.com
    • Robbie Gould apologizes, but threatens to leave over grass

      Bears kicker Robbie Gould issued a statement of apology to the grounds crew at Solider Field, but not before suggesting he might leave Chicago on account of the grass. Gould was critical of the conditions during a driving rainstorm that dumped two inche…
    • Robbie Gould complains about turf, with new grass on way

      That the turf at Solider Field is bad for kickers is not breaking news. But after two inches of rain fell during Sunday’s game and left the track a mess, stadium officials said they were going to replace the sod on the middle of the field. Stadium gener
    • Bears K Gould rips Soldier Field grounds crew

      Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould said the Soldier Field grounds crew made a critical error in leaving the stadium's playing surface uncovered in the hours leading up to a 13-6 loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday night.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • It's Robbie Gould's turn to rip Soldier Field

      The Chicago Bears played a game Sunday night at Soldier Field in what coach Lovie Smith called "Chicago Bears weather." They lost, managing only six points against a southern dome team, and at least one Bears player is pretty ticked off about …
      Source: ESPN.com
  • NFC North Wednesday practice report

    Let's take a quick roundup of a newsy Wednesday in the NFC North: Chicago Bears: The Bears didn't practice so there was no injury report. We've already noted that coach Lovie Smith said quarterback Jay Cutler (concussion) is improving. According to ESPN…
    Source: ESPN.com

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