It’s moments like this where I realize why exactly the Chicago Tribune has so many reporters to cover the Bears.
After the season-ending loss to Green Bay on Sunday, there are seemingly infinite story lines to follow.
But because of the quick turnaround between season’s end and the last holiday of the year, I found myself trying to limit what I wanted to touch on — at least for one day.
I already had a bit of an “airing of grievances” earlier via Twitter, but there is one thing I simply couldn’t fit into 140 characters.
And that’s the narrative that quarterback Jay Cutler only has eyes for Brandon Marshall.
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The Chicago Bears’ 38-31 win against the Cleveland Browns had a little something for everyone didn’t it?
Since Josh McCown entered the Bears lineup and set Chicago football fans hearts fluttering with his management of the offense, it’s been difficult to find someone not attempting to find a comparison for what McCown was doing.
Never have I seen the signing of a player whose presence takes up 1/25th of a roster and whose salary accounts for 3.486 percent of a team’s estimated payroll receive so much negative feedback.
The Chicago White Sox re-signed first baseman Paul Konerko to a one-year deal worth $2.5 million, with $1 million being deferred. Much has been made about the intangibles Konerko will bring for his 16th year with the club.