Apparently you can teach old 4-3 defensive ends new tricks.
The Bears’ last true preseason practice wrapped up on Tuesday but not without a handful of punch-filled skirmishes, the best indicator of some mounting tension over either jobs, the Cleveland Brow
INDIANAPOLIS – The defensive bar for the Bears’ No.
As was the case in last week's preseason opener, the Bears opened the second half trailing, but Jimmy Clausen and his depth chart brethren rallied and finished things off in the 23-11 win over the
This short-handed Bears offense found a way to move the ball, if not finish, in trailing 11-9 in Indianapolis at halftime.