The Bears went from having $44 million of reported salary cap space for 2014 on Dec. 26, to just $11 million of reported spending ability a week later.
The news will be when a player states publicly that he does not want to be back with his current team. All that accomplishes is shrinking the player’s market by one. So, predictably, D.J.
Lance Briggs was on a limited-snaps plan in his first game back since fracturing his left shoulder on Oct. 20.
When Lance Briggs went down with his fractured shoulder during the Oct. 20 game against the Washington Redskins, the Bears were allowing 117 rushing yards per game.