A long time ago it was always the Bears who were the scary, physical team that no one wanted to play. The San Francisco 49ers of Bill Walsh were typecast – miscast – as the finesse team.
Jay Cutler doesn’t carry the title of general manager but he appeared on Thursday to be previewing some possible personnel moves upcoming for the Bears.
Lance Briggs was clear: New teammate Jared Allen looks better now than the defensive end did much, much earlier in his career: “[No.]’69’ didn’t look as phenomenal back then as it does now,” Brigg
They were the pinnacle of durability in 2013 but Bears wide receivers came out of Sunday’s loss to Buffalo dinged up.
When the Bears lost No. 3 wide receiver Marquess Wilson to a broken collarbone on Aug. 4, little did they know it would have a domino effect on the rest of their receiving corps.