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    Justin Fields is moving around “pretty good,” according to coach Matt Nagy, but it’s premature to say what the rookie quarterback’s status will be with the Chicago Bears, who launched into a mini-bye weekend Friday. Fields was inactive for Thursday’s come-from-behind, 16-14 victory over the Detroit Lions at Ford Field, sidelined with what Nagy confirmed were cracked ribs. On Friday morning, with players set to be off for the weekend, Nagy said he didn’t know the recovery time, but it’s certainly possible the first-round draft pick could return and start against the Arizona Cardinals on Dec. 5 at Soldier Field. “We have some time on our side right now,” Nagy said. “Every day matters for him. I think he’s doing a good job of keeping the communication open. But we’re going to have to wait and see truly where his health is to the point of him being able to play or not play. We don’t want to obviously risk more injury to him as well.” The status of inside linebacker Roquan Smith also remains up in...
    Justin Fields is moving around “pretty good,” according to coach Matt Nagy, but it’s premature to say what the rookie quarterback’s status will be with the Chicago Bears, who are launched into a mini bye weekend Friday. Fields was inactive for Thursday’s come-from-behind 16-14 victory over the Detroit Lions at Ford Field, sidelined with what Nagy confirmed were cracked ribs. On Friday morning, with players set to be off for the weekend, Nagy said he didn’t know the recovery length, but it’s certainly possible the first-round draft pick could return and start against the Arizona Cardinals on Dec. 5 at Soldier Field. “We have some time on our side right now,” Nagy said. “Every day matters for him. I think he’s doing a good job of keeping the communication open. But we’re gonna have to wait and see truly where his health is to the point of him being able to play or not play. We don’t wanna obviously risk more injury to him as well.” The status of inside linebacker Roquan Smith also remains up in...
    Cole Kmet had to turn off his phone this week. Enough thoughts already were racing through the Chicago Bears tight end’s head as he tried to prepare for Thursday’s game against the Detroit Lions on a short week while also sifting through a blizzard of rumors about coach Matt Nagy’s job status. He didn’t need to add questions from his friends and family to the mix, as much as the Chicago-area native might understand the craving for info about a bizarre week in Lake Forest. “I’m not going to lie, it’s tough,” Kmet said of the Bears’ week. “You don’t know what’s true, what’s not. Then you see things that are true because you were there for them, and you wonder how those things get out. “So there’s a lot of confusion in that sense. But at the end of the day, you’ve got to just block it out and go play football.” Bears players focused well enough to eke out a 16-14 victory over the 0-10-1 Lions on Cairo Santos’ 28-yard field goal as...
    Joe Buck had no choice but to troll the poor Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving after the were flagged for a penalty after scoring against Chicago.  When is the suffering going to end for the Detroit Lions fans? The team had a golden chance to try and win their first game of the season on Thursday, but they suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Chicago Bears thanks to a walk-off field goal. The Lions took a fourth-quarter lead against the Bears following a touchdown pass from Jared Goff to T.J. Hockenson. However, Detroit’s first PAT try was void thanks to a penalty for too many men on the field. While the Lions ended up making that PAT on the next play, commentator Joe Buck had no choice but to savage the team for their mistake. "Theyre just not used to scoring touchdowns." "Youre a bad man!" pic.twitter.com/XmD9ldoMn8 — The Comeback (@thecomeback) November 25, 2021 Detroit can’t buy a win and Joe Buck made things worse for the Lions Yup, Buck had to go there, saying the Lions just aren’t used to...
    The Chicago Bears will try to move past a strange couple of days and focus on topping the Detroit Lions on Thursday at Ford Field. We’ve got updates all day for the Week 12 game. Injury updates Bears inside linebacker Roquan Smith left the game on the Lions’ first drive of the second quarter, briefly went in the injury tent and then remained on the sideline with his helmet off. The Bears announced he was out with a hamstring injury. Outside linebacker Sam Kamara has been ruled out with a concussion. Lions running back D’Andre Swift also went down in the second quarter with a shoulder injury and is out for the rest of the game. Halftime: Bears 13, Lions 7 Andy Dalton threw for 220 yards and a touchdown and Cairo Santos made two field goals to help the Bears to a 13-7 halftime lead against the Lions at Ford Field. Dalton completed 16 of 26 passes and led a two-play, 69-yard touchdown drive. Dalton completed a 52-yard pass to Darnell Mooney and...
    The Chicago Bears will try to move past a strange couple of days and focus on topping the Detroit Lions on Thursday at Ford Field. We’ve got updates all day for the Week 12 game. Injury updates Bears inside linebacker Roquan Smith left the game on the Lions’ first drive of the second quarter, briefly went in the injury tent and then remained on the sideline with his helmet off. The Bears announced he was questionable to return with a hamstring injury. Lions running back D’Andre Swift also went down in the second quarter with a shoulder injury and was questionable to return. Week 12 inactives announced Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson will not play in Thursday’s game against the Lions as he continues his recovery from a hamstring injury. Robinson was listed as doubtful to play after he didn’t practice all week. The Bears previously announced quarterback Justin Fields (ribs), running back Damien Williams (calf) and defensive lineman Akiem Hicks (ankle) would not play because of their injuries. Also inactive for...
    If Matt Nagy was not convincing when he spoke about his future with media Tuesday afternoon, he was less convincing with Chicago Bears players later in the day after the team wrapped up its second walk-through at the Walter Payton Center in Lake Forest. The embattled coach said a Patch.com report that the Bears have told him he will be fired after Thursday’s game against the Detroit Lions “is not accurate,” but according to multiple sources, he offered little to make players believe he will be around much longer, leaving at least some players dismayed at the organization’s lack of direction. That was before Nagy canceled all meetings scheduled for the rest of Tuesday afternoon and evening, the sources said, a highly unusual move that prompted one source to wonder if Nagy is resigned to his fate. The Bears did not make Chairman George McCaskey, President Ted Phillips or general manager Ryan Pace available to discuss Nagy’s situation, and the first employee to field questions about the bizarre situation was special teams coordinator Chris Tabor in his...
    Andy Dalton is back under center for the Chicago Bears. According to Field Yates, the Bears have pulled the trigger on starting Dalton against the Lions on Thanksgiving Day. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Bears QB Andy Dalton will officially start on Thanksgiving against the Lions. — Field Yates (@FieldYates) November 23, 2021 Justin Fields is out with a ribs injury, which resulted in Andy Dalton replacing him this past Sunday during a loss to the Ravens. Sources: #Bears QB Andy Dalton is expected to start on Thursday, with Justin Fields dealing with a rib injury. He spent the day undergoing further testing, and the turnaround is too quick. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 23, 2021 This Bears/Lions game might be one of the most painful NFL games in the history of the league. Andy Dalton is starting for the Bears and there’s a very real chance Tim Boyle starts again for the Lions. What did football fans do to deserve a Thanksgiving featuring Andy Dalton and Tim Boyle? Why are we...
    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields will try to build on his season-best performance — and the Baltimore Ravens will be without their starting quarterback Sunday at Soldier Field. Stay here for more Week 11 updates. The Arlington Heights Bears? Here’s what to know about the possible move from Soldier Field. Sign up for alerts on your phone, desktop and inbox to stay current with the latest news Sign up for our sports newsletter, delivered daily each morning Justin Fields injured in the 3rd quarter Bears quarterback Justin Fields went to the locker room with a rib injury early in the third quarter. After Fields was taken down on a 6-yard run to end the Bears’ first drive of the third quarter, he spoke with medical staff on the sideline and then went to the injury tent. After spending a couple of minutes in the tent, he walked on his own to the locker room. Bears backup Andy Dalton went in at quarterback on the next drive. In two plays with...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — With Lamar Jackson missing Sunday’s game in Chicago, the Baltimore Ravens are turning to backup quarterback Tyler Huntley to lead them against the Bears. The Ravens announced Sunday morning that Jackson was inactive due to an illness, a day after the team downgraded his status to questionable. Jackson returned to practice Friday after missing consecutive practices because of the illness. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 1K New Cases & 10 Deaths Reported SundayIn Jackson’s absence, Huntley is getting his first NFL start against Chicago. Huntley, 23, saw limited action during Baltimore’s Week 6 rout of the Los Angeles Chargers and again the following week during the team’s loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Huntley played 12 snaps against the Bengals, according to Pro Football Reference, completing five of 11 passes for 39 yards and a 45-percent completion percentage.Who Is Ty Huntley?Ravens fans will likely remember Huntley from his late-game appearance in Baltimore’s 17-3 loss to the Buffalo Bills in last season’s AFC divisional playoffs. In relief of a concussed Jackson, Huntley completed six of 13 attempts...
    Lamar Jackson is out Sunday against the Bears. According to Ian Rapoport, the star quarterback of the Ravens will miss the game as he deals with a virus of some kind that he’s been fighting for a few days. It’s worth noting that it’s not COVID-19. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Source: #Ravens QB Lamar Jackson, questionable with an illness, is out vs. the #Bears. Tyler Huntley slated to get the start. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 21, 2021 This is really bad news for fans of the Ravens. They just had a brutal loss to the Dolphins and now the face of the franchise will miss the game against Chicago. If you’re a fan of the team, you absolutely have to be concerned about what will happen today. Lamar Jackson is dealing with a virus so bad that he’s simply not himself. He flew to Chicago and tried to stay hydrated. But it was too much. He’s out. https://t.co/gJayep60kC — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 21, 2021 With Lamar healthy and...
    Chicago Bears edge rusher Khalil Mack remains out with a left foot injury, leaving his status for this week and beyond still in doubt. Mack was one of seven players who didn’t practice Wednesday afternoon at Halas Hall as the Bears gear up for Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens at Soldier Field. Mack hasn’t played since the Bears’ loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Oct. 24. It remains to be seen whether he will be able to return to the field soon or whether the Bears will move him to injured reserve. Mack wasn’t the only notable absentee at practice inside the Walter Payton Center. Safety Eddie Jackson (hamstring) and defensive lineman Akiem Hicks (ankle) also did not participate. On offense, receiver Allen Robinson remains out with a hamstring issue that popped up during the latter stages of the team’s 29-27 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Nov. 8. Robinson had a key 39-yard reception on the team’s go-ahead touchdown drive in the fourth quarter of that game. But he was not on the field...
    The Chicago Bears have signed a purchase agreement for Arlington International Racecourse, a move that takes the team a step closer toward securing property for a new stadium and leaving their longtime home at Soldier Field. The Bears on June 17 submitted one of multiple bids to purchase the Arlington Heights property, which Churchill Downs Inc. last winter announced would be up for sale for redevelopment. Bears President and CEO Ted Phillips said in a statement that finalizing the agreement was the “critical next step in continuing our exploration of the property and its potential.” Churchill Downs announced the sale price was $197.2 million and said it anticipated closing the sale in late 2022 or early 2023. Soldier Field, which is owned by the Chicago Park District, holds 61,500 fans, the smallest capacity in the NFL. The Bears also would be able to develop the 326-acre property around the stadium with shopping, dining and entertainment. Here’s what to know about the possible move from Soldier Field, with reaction from City Hall to Arlington Heights. How Arlington...
    While Justin Fields had a nightmare debut in Week 3 starting for the Chicago Bears, First Take’s thoughts on the matter were somehow worse.  Chicago Bears fans are still talking about the rough starting debut for first-round pick Justin Fields. While the youngster had high expectations going into this one, the offense just never got going in a loss to the Cleveland Browns. Fields went 6-of-20 throwing the ball for only 68 yards in the defeat. That’s not what people were expecting from him at all, but you’ve got to give credit to the Cleveland defense. Well, if you ask the folks at First Take, it may be time for the Fields experience to be pulled. “I wonder why our ratings are down” Also First Take after a rookie’s debut: pic.twitter.com/2sxDX4RoH8 — Stephen A. Smith Burner (@TheSASBurner) September 30, 2021 Justin Fields had a nightmare Week 3 and people’s takes are getting worse Is this seriously what people are talking about these days? While we’re used to absurd comments from Stephen A. Smith, the fact that this topic is even...
    Getty Bears d-lineman Akiem Hicks wants to retire with the team. Akiem Hicks has finally spoken. The Chicago Bears defensive lineman hadn’t talked to the media since the team’s 2020 season ended, and after an offseason filled with rumors that he could potentially be traded, the veteran has ended his silence in an interview with Bears sideline reporter Mark Grote on 670 The Score September 14. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported last month that the 32-year-old’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, was in Chicago at the time trying to get a contract extension that would keep his client in Chicago until he chose to retire. No deal has gotten done yet, but Hicks has now officially made his intentions known. ALL the latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bears! Hicks Explains Recent Silence, Wants to Retire a Bear“I know that there’s been talk about me not speaking for months at a time,” Hicks told Grote. “Going into training camp, I think for me I’ve wanted to focus on the celebration...
    Getty Khalil Mack of the Chicago Bears tries to shed past the block of Andrew Whitworth of the Los Angeles Rams during their December 2018 meeting. They won’t square off against one another at SoFi Stadium, but three of the NFL’s elite defenders will all share the field on Sunday night in Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey of the Los Angeles Rams and the one Chicago Bears defender energized about seeing those two: Khalil Mack. The 30-year-old and 2016 NFL Defensive Player of the Year spoke to the Chicago media on Friday, September 10, about being inside the crystalized stadium with the veteran Rams who have 10 Pro Bowl appearances combined. “Absolutely, absolutely,” the Bears’ star outside linebacker said Friday after his first question. “I mean, there’s extra juice every game to feel like that. This game is no different — but it’s also more than that with those two other guys on the other side of the ball as well. It’s always humbling to go into games like this, understanding what’s at stake, and ultimately just trying...
    Matt Nagy’s squad has been a .500 team since winning the NFC North in 2018. Are the Chicago Bears capable of bigger things this season? Best-case scenarioThe Chicago defense regains a form similar to the 2018 season when coordinator Vic Fangio put together a unit that was third in the league in fewest yards allowed. That year, the Bears allowed an NFL-low 283 points while the team came up with a league-high 36 takeaways. The offseason addition of Khalil Mack was a major catalyst. More fansided.com: Every NFL team’s most underrated playerBold predictionBuoyed by a revitalized defensive unit and just enough offense led by whoever winds up playing quarterback, the Bears wind up winning more games than they lose. But despite finishing above .500, Matt Nagy’s team fails to qualify for the playoffs – somewhat ironic considering they reached the postseason with an 8-8 mark in 2020. It’s the fourth season for Chicago’s current head coach and there’s a sense that he and general manager Ryan Pace are feeling a little heat. A winning campaign would be a step in...
    Moving photos captured the moment 140 U.S. soldiers were reunited with their friends and family members at Fort Drum on Monday after returning from Afghanistan. The soldiers belonged to the 10th Mountain Division, which is considered one of the most deployed units in the U.S. Army.  Those troops, also known as the Polar Bears, served more than nine months in Afghanistan in the 4th battalion, 31st infantry.  They worked to secure Kabul's Hamid Karzai Airport ahead of the United States' final withdrawal ahead of last month's final departure.  Friends and family were relieved to see the soldiers touch the ground safely at the military base in Jefferson County, upstate NY. 140 U.S. soldiers from the 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry Regiment 2nd Bridge Combat Team of the 10th Mountain Division returned to U.S. soil on Monday after arriving at Fort Drum in New York The soldiers were welcome home by friends and family members after being in Afghanistan for more than nine months They were welcomed back with hugs and kisses from their children and significant others as they...
    Sept. 11 victims families push U.S. watchdog to investigate FBIs lost evidence Did 9/11 permanently change life in the US? More Americans think so more than ever before. © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Bears placed rookie tackle Teven Jenkins on injured reserve Wednesday in a move that was expected after Jenkins had back surgery last month. Jenkins dealt with back problems at Oklahoma State, but they did not keep the Bears from trading up to take Jenkins in the second round earlier this year. On Wednesday, General Manager Ryan Pace said Jenkins reported different symptoms this summer than he had in school and the team tried to relieve them via other routes before Jenkins opted for a “common surgery.” Pace said the team remains optimistic about Jenkins’ future and that they’re confident they’ve fixed what was ailing him. “Without getting into details, he started having some pain down his leg — I think just from the nerve,” Pace said, via Mark Potash of the Chicago Sun-Times. “The good...
    Will RB Khalil Herbert carve out a role with the Chicago Bears? Usayd Koshul August 17, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit When the Chicago Bears drafted running back Khalil Herbert in the sixth round of the 2021 NFL Draft, questions immediately arose about Herbert’s role with the team. With veterans, David Montgomery, Tarik Cohen, and Damien Williams on the roster, Herbert’s future with the Bears seemed to be another special teams player. Fast forward to Saturday’s preseason contest against the Miami Dolphins and Herbert was one of the Bears’ bright spots. With six rushing attempts for 38 yards, Herbert averaged 6.3 yards per carry. His receiving ability was on display too with three receptions for 11 yards, averaging 3.7 yards per reception. “He’s really caught my attention,” said Bears head coach Matt Nagy via the Bears official YouTube channel. “He’s somebody that you talk about the word trust, he hasn’t made many mistakes as a rookie. He’s very, very smooth. When he gets the football,...
    Assessing Robert Quinn’s role with the Chicago Bears in 2021 Usayd Koshul July 29, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit Heading into 2021, the Chicago Bears seem to have a problem on their hands: What to do with 11th-year veteran Robert Quinn, who signed a five-year $70M deal in free agency last offseason. Quinn’s first season would disappoint with just two sacks and six quarterback hits in 13 starts. Much of Quinn’s struggles were attributed to health, however, the Bears know how good Quinn, who had 80.5 sacks prior to joining Chicago, can be. Heading into 2021, the Bears appear to have different plans to utilize a player many label a pure pass rusher. “Robert is a guy that has played in this league a long time and he’s had a lot of good seasons, times where he’s lead the NFL in sacks and he has his way of doing things,” said head coach Matt Nagy via the Bears official YouTube Channel. “And so, I think that’s...
    The Chicago Bears signed Justin Fields to his rookie contract this week, and they better take advantage of that four-year window. The Vikings are a tale of why hitting on a quarterback in the NFL Draft can be so important. Rather than drafting a quarterback in 2017, the Vikings signed Kirk Cousins, and have yet to reach their ultimate goal. Cousins is a solid player, don’t get me wrong. He’s often the victim of underserving clout, and this isn’t an attempt to pile on. Yet, he’ll never be considered a top-10 quarterback, and for good reason. He’s paid like one, and it limits the Vikings from adding elsewhere. To put it into perspective how cost effective it is to have a competent QB on a rookie contract…before halftime of their 11th game this season the Vikings will pay Kirk Cousins the exact same amount that the Bears will end up paying Justin Fields over the entire next 4 years. https://t.co/fbEZcapzM2 — Brett Kollmann (@BrettKollmann) June 11, 2021 With Justin Fields signing his rookie deal that could tie him to...
    Justin Fields is well on his way towards becoming a star in Chicago. His switch of allegiance from Buckeyes to Bears has fans bursting with excitement.  Every move that Justin Fields makes between now and the start of the regular season is going to be heavily scrutinized by everyone associated with the Chicago Bears. The rookie quarterback can take some comfort in the fact that his most recent move can be met with universal praise by all Chicago fans. The first round draft pick officially signed his rookie deal with the Bears on Friday. The team announced the transaction via Twitter with the simple caption claiming that “the buckeye is officially a bear.” Fields, of course, starred collegiately at Ohio State before turning pro and becoming Chicago’s quarterback of the future. Building Fields up to be a future star is a clear priority for the team’s public relations staff. It also seems to be a strategy the team’s coaching staff is comfortable with. Head coach Matt Nagy hasn’t hesitated to speak highly of his new signal-caller. In particular, he admires...
    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields has inked his rookie deal. According to ProFootballTalk, the former Ohio State superstar has signed his rookie deal for $18.871 million fully guaranteed over four years. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Justin Fields (@justnfields) Fields, who is competing for Andy Dalton for the starting job, will get a signing bonus north of $11 million after being the 11th overall pick in the 2021 NFL draft.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Justin Fields (@justnfields) Rookie contracts are obviously pretty slotted at this point, and the old days of huge dollars being thrown around ended a long time ago. Having said that, getting more than $18 million fully guaranteed is a nice chunk of change for the young NFL passer before playing a single snap of pro ball.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Chicago Bears (@chicagobears) Fields might have fallen further than expected in...
    Will the Chicago Bears be successful with the Patrick Mahomes model? Usayd Koshul June 10, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditIf there’s one phrase to describe the NFL, it’s copycat. One successful method ends up being used by other NFL franchises in hopes of emulating any sort of success. Such is the case for the Chicago Bears this offseason after overhauling the quarterback room with the additions of Andy Dalton and Justin Fields. Head coach Matt Nagy, who was with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2017, will be responsible for overseeing the development of Fields. Nagy did the exact same five years ago with Alex Smith and Patrick Mahomes, leading to speculation that Chicago could implement the same method for Fields development in 2021. Before we get into actually examining if the Bears will be successful with the Mahomes model, there are few points to note. First, Mahomes started the final game of his rookie season, sitting on the bench for 15 games. Smith had 26 touchdowns to just five interceptions that year. Second, the...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The Bears moved quickly during the NFL Draft on Thursday to trade up for Justin Fields when the Ohio State quarterback somehow slipped out of the top 10 on draft day. During the draft process, Fields revealed his epilepsy diagnosis to teams. But he said thanks to medicine, it has never kept him off the field. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Scattered Showers By Monday Morning, Chance For Storms Later In Day “I got diagnosed with it in ninth grade, so basically, it was just that I had a seizure in school, and it was crazy, because I just woke up in an ambulance,” Fields said. “It was definitely a crazy story for me, but you know, it has had zero effect on football. I haven’t missed any practices; any games because of it, and it’s pretty simple to manage it. I just have to take three or four pills a night every night, so it’s nothing crazy. It’s kind of a thing that’s been there the past seven or eight years, so I’m used to it.” The...
    The Chicago White Sox made a move to court new Bears quarterback Justin Fields by creating a custom jersey just for him before the Cubs could have a say. The Chicago Bears may have Justin Fields’ undivided loyalty, but two other teams in Chicago are already competing for the quarterback’s baseball allegiance. If the Bears have their way, Fields will be a fixture of the Chicago sports scene for many years to come. Despite his drop out of the top 10, he’s still one of the most exciting and intriguing prospects coming into the league this year. The quarterback has a background in baseball, having played baseball in high school. Next: Patrick Mahomes Loves Him Some Michael Kopech
    The Bears have struggled to contend in the NFC North, but that could be about to change after they drafted Justin Fields. The Chicago Bears could not realistically compete in the NFC North with Andy Dalton, but they could contend in the division for years to come after drafting their quarterback of the future in Justin Fields. Chicago surged up the board as they struck a trade with the New York Giants to move up from 20 to 11 to select the Ohio State star, who had seen Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson and Trey Lance go off the board ahead of him. Now he gets the chance to revive a franchise that has been too far behind the Green Bay Packers for too long as Mitchell Trubisky and Nick Foles have failed to provide the answer under center. And, with Aaron Rodgers‘ Packers future looking uncertain, the Bears could be excellently positioned to rule the North for years to come with arguably the second-best quarterback in the class. Fields is a quarterback who can deliver accurately to all levels of...
    An Arizona wildfire thats raging out of control prompts evacuation orders for about 200 homes Vaccinated American tourists may soon travel to Europe Kim Mulkey, who won three NCAA championships and has been one of the most prominent coaches of the modern era in women’s basketball, left Baylor after 21 seasons Sunday and accepted the job at LSU. Amazing Device Lights Up Countertops And Fixes Dark Kitchens Ad Microsoft New Car Gadget Magically Removes Scratches & Dents Ad Microsoft Simple Trick To Clean Driveway 10x Faster (In Under 5 Minutes) Ad Microsoft ...
    Climate change is pushing polar bears to extinction, but a warming world has also created a new animal that will carry on the species' genes - 'pizzly bears.' Paleontologist Larisa DeSantis told DailyMail.com that polar bears are retreating inland to find food, since sea ice is melting, and are mating with grizzly bears that travel up to Alaska. 'This new type of bear is more resilient to climate change and better suited for warmer temperatures,' said DeSantis.  She blames the disappearance of polar bears on its specialized diet of blubber, but with a decline in sea-ice the animals are unable to hunt seals and may have a hard time adapting to a warming Arctic.  'It is not looking good for polar bears,' DeSantis explained. 'I've studied saber-toothed cats. Fossil records show they too had specialized diets and when the food supply went away, so did they.'  Scroll down for video  Paleontologist Larisa DeSantis told DailyMail.com that polar bears are retreating inland to find food, since sea ice is melting, and are mating with grizzly bears that travel up to...
    The Baylor Bears are national champions and according to head coach Scott Drew a movie could be on the way. In 2003, Scott Drew took over a plagued and scandal-ridden Baylor Bears basketball program. Now, in 2021, after nearly two decades of building, Drew’s Bears have hoisted the national championship trophy as his team dominated the previously undefeated Gonzaga Bulldogs from tip to buzzer. Truly a journey Hollywood films are made of. Via the USBWA press conferences, prior to the start of the Final Four, Drew initially let the cat out the bag: if the Baylor Bears bring the National Championship back to Waco, Texas, movie director and Baylor graduate John Lee Hancock, who produced The Blindside, The Rookie, and more, will transform the incredible journey from life to film. MaCio Teague had an incredible shooting night against the Zags as he posted 19 points on 8 of 15 shooting. Actor Marcus Scribner, star in Black-ish, fits the bill of Teague to perfection. Finally, rounding out our starting five for Hollywood’s Baylor Bears is Ray Fisher, DC Extended Universe’s Cyborg, as...
    Getty Head coach Matt Nagy of the Chicago Bears The Chicago Bears aren’t leaving any stones unturned in their search for a quarterback this offseason. Per Daniel Greenberg of Fansided, former St. John’s University (Minnesota) quarterback Jackson Erdmann participated in the Pro Day at the University of Minnesota last week, and the Bears were there to watch. According to Greenberg, Chicago was impressed with what they saw. Former St. John’s University quarterback Jackson Erdmann has talked with the Chicago Bears, per source. Erdmann recently participated in the Minnesota Gophers pro day. I was told that the Bears were impressed from what they saw from him. — Daniel Greenberg (@ChiSportUpdates) April 3, 2021 The former Division III quarterback didn’t get to perform at the Pro Day last year, as it was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so he got an opportunity to throw this year, and he took advantage of it. THE latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bears! Erdmann Did Not Play...
    Even the Bears were surprised that Kyle Fuller ended up with the Broncos instead of the Packers. The Chicago Bears decided to release defensive back Kyle Fuller earlier this week and he was immediately snatched up by the Denver Broncos. The move itself was a shocker and was yet another surprising decision made this offseason as teams look to cut salary to free up cap space. The two-time Pro Bowler was not on the open market for long and as it turns out, the Bears had fears that they had just sent him to a division rival. Internally the Bears were worried that GB was the top target, but Im not sure thats the case. https://t.co/Hd9EXLZClI — Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) March 20, 2021 Bears convinced Fuller was headed to PackersThe Bears cutting Fuller only for him to head to the Packers would have been yet another knock against GM Ryan Pace. It turns out the Broncos were the team to offer the best pitch. Vic Fangio being the head coach in Denver likely made the decision easier on a one-year...
    Andy Dalton said Thursday he signed with the Chicago Bears with the expectation he would be the starting quarterback for the 2021 season. Dalton signed a one-year deal with the Bears as the team moved on from its former No. 2 pick Mitchell Trubisky. Chicago went back-and-forth between Trubisky and Nick Foles last season. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "They told me I was the starter. That was one of the reasons why I wanted to come here. So every conversation I’ve had has been that, so that’s the assurance that I’ve gotten," he told reporters during his introductory press conference, via The Chicago Tribune. He added that his relationship with Bears offensive coordinator Bill Lazor was what helped make the move a no-brainer. COLTS UNVEIL CARSON WENTZ'S NEW JERSEY NUMBER "At this point in my career, you want to join a team that is competitive, that is doing things the right way, is turning in the right direction," he added. "And to get a chance to come in and start for a team like this, that’s...
    Quarterback Mitch Trubisky is reportedly headed to Buffalo. According to Adam Schefter and Field Yates, the former Chicago Bears passer is signing with the Bills after the Bears showed him the exit. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Financial details aren’t known at this time. Former Bears’ QB Mitchell Trubisky is signing with the Buffalo Bills, per @JFowlerESPN and me. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 18, 2021 This might be the perfect situation for Trubisky. With Josh Allen entrenched as the starter, there’ll be zero pressure or expectations on the former North Carolina star to win games. He can just sit on the bench, learn and grow as a quarterback as Allen leads the offense because there is zero chance Trubisky ever beats the NFL star for the starting job.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Mitchell Trubisky (@mtrubisky10) I honestly don’t know whether or not Trubisky can be a legit quarterback in the NFL. That remains to be seen, but he is physically gifted as an athlete...
    Quarterback Andy Dalton has reportedly agreed to a deal with the Chicago Bears. According to Adam Schefter, Dalton has agreed to a one-year deal with the franchise with a base salary of $10 million. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) With incentives, the entire deal’s value could get pushed to $13 million. Former Cowboys’ QB Andy Dalton is signing a one-year, $10 million deal, with the chance to earn another $3 million in incentives, with the Chicago Bears, per sources. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 16, 2021 I can’t believe the Bears actually went out and signed the former Cowboys backup. This isn’t just surprising. It’s downright shocking. It’s also a sign that they’re officially out of the running for Russell Wilson. There’s no way the Bears would have signed Dalton if Wilson was still in play. Now, Nick Foles and Dalton will presumably battle it out for the starting job with Trubisky being shown the exit. I’m sitting here stunned right now. Fans have every right in the world to be furious. You...
    Polar bears and narwhals in the Arctic are at risk of death due to loss of sea ice, US scientists warn. Unprecedented global warming is causing catastrophic sea ice loss, driving polar bears onto land and depriving them of their preferred food – blubber-rich seal.   Polar bears are being forced to migrate to nearby solid land in the Arctic circle like Greenland and northern Canada, where hunting is almost impossible for them.  On land, polar bears have to work up to four times harder to catch prey with the energy intake provided by a single seal – amounting to hundreds of caribou, fish and geese, the scientists estimate.  Meanwhile, narwhals, known for the long tusks that protrude from their heads, are being eaten by an increased presence of killer whales in a new, ice-free Arctic. Narwhals, known as the unicorns of the sea, are hampered by a slow swimming pace and are 'physiologically challenged in their ability to escape'.  Narwhals are also threatened by hunting by humans for their meat, blubber and tusks – the World Wide Fund for Nature lists them...
    Allen Robinson and the Chicago Bears aren’t on the same page entering the offseason.  Every player in the NFL wants to be treated as if they’re a top talent. Allen Robinson has earned that right with the Chicago Bears. “With all that being said, unfortunately we’ve come to what seems to be a fork in the road. But not even a fork,” Robinson said. “We haven’t even been given a viable option to be able to do those things that we want to do without sacrificing a ridiculous amount pretty much for the rest of my career.” Should he be tagged, Robinson could demand a trade. It would benefit both parties since Chicago would admit their rebuild is on the horizon while another franchise would grab an established top 20 target in the NFL. Robinson’s fork in the road could be more of a knife in the relationship. If there isn’t some reconciliation, expect his departure from the Windy City to be around the corner. Next: Were the Bears ever in on Carson Wentz?
    Coast Guard calls off one search, another continues off Florida coast as 16 are reportedly missing Im literally breaking inside: As COVID-19 leaves millions jobless and struggling, the mental health toll rises The Bears Are Not Super Bowl Contenders With Carson Wentz The Carson Wentz trade rumors continue to circulate as the Philadelphia Eagles do everything they can to get as good of a deal as possible for their former franchise quarterback. So far, not so good on that front. The Eagles reportedly want at least a first-round pick for his services but have yet to be offered one. Ron Jawrowski says Philly has been offered a pair of second-rounders by the Indianapolis Colts, which may end up being the best deal on the table. © Provided by The Big Lead Carson Wentz | Mitchell Leff/Getty Images The Chicago Bears were the other team most heavily linked to Wentz when trade talks began a few weeks ago. They appeared to have listened to The Big Lead's advice (so far) and haven't risen to the reported requested price of...
    The Chicago Bears are running out of patience with the Philadelphia Eagles on a possible trade for quarterback Carson Wentz.The clock is ticking on if the Philadelphia Eagles are going to trade quarterback Carson Wentz or not. The Chicago Bears clearly want him, but are growing frustrated with how much the Eagles are overvaluing their former franchise quarterback. This is why a trade has not happened yet. According to Mike Kaye of NJ.com, the Eagles do not want to give up Wentz for anything less than a Matthew Stafford haul. The trade package the Detroit Lions received for Stafford was so large because of Jared Goff’s albatross contract coming the other way. The other team seriously vying for Wentz is the Indianapolis Colts, but they want another player to come with Wentz in a trade. The Bears do not need to bid against themselves to land Carson WentzThe reason the Bears and Colts are the two likeliest suitors for Wentz are that those two organizations employ former Eagles offensive coaches. Colts head coach Frank Reich was Wentz’s offensive coordinator in Philadelphia in 2017. Bears...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- A major nor'easter that threatens to dump as much as 2 feet of snow on parts of the Tri-State area over the next two days has moved into the region.A one-two punch of strong winds and heavy snow has the potential to produce blizzard-like conditions in the Tri-State area on Monday as the biggest winter storm in years wallops the region.The brunt will come on Monday with 1 to 2 inches an hour of snow or even higher along with 40-50 mph wind gusts. Some areas could even experience thunder snow at the storm's peak.Snow tapers off Tuesday but blowing and drifting will continue as winds stay gusty.The event could well last 48 hours, making it a rare snowstorm the likes of which we see every five to 10 years, ABC7 meteorologist Jeff Smith said.RELATED: School closings for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut ALERT: Winter Storm Warnings issued by the National Weather ServiceSunday evening, New York City looked like a snow globe from roof cameras as visibilities quickly decreased.With states of emergencies declared...
    Getty Bears coach Matt Nagy It’s no secret that the Chicago Bears need to improve their offensive line. The Bears’ o-line was ranked 20th out of 32 teams after the 2020 season by Pro Football Focus, and while pieces like Cody Whitehair, James Daniels and Sam Mustipher should be solid contributors moving forward, the team still needs to get younger — and more bullish — in that area. At the 2021 Senior Bowl, where college football’s finest go to showcase their skills, the Bears have been spending their time meeting with players on the offensive side of the ball, at least in the early going, and according to Daniel Greenberg of ChiSportsUpdates. the Bears have met with one of the most buzzed-about offensive linemen at the event: North Dakota State’s Dillon Radunz. The Chicago Bears met last night with offensive lineman Dillon Radunz out of North Dakota State, per source. — Daniel Greenberg (@ChiSportUpdates) January 29, 2021 ALL the latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Sign up...
    BOOK OF THE WEEK Icebound: Shipwrecked at the Edge of the WorldBy Andrea Pitzer (Simon & Schuster £20, 320pp) The name of William Barents isn't that familiar to us these days beyond perhaps a line of type on your atlas, marking a patch of blue north of Norway and Russia — the Barents Sea. But this enthralling, elemental and (literally) spine-chilling epic of courage and endurance should change all that. It certainly deserves to. Barents was an energetic businessman and seafarer in the early days of the new-born Dutch republic at the end of the 16th century, a tiny country that would soon become the world's leading economic and naval power. It was an age of adventure and exploration, of burgeoning science and medicine, and of great art — Vermeer and Rembrandt would be along soon. It was also an age of limitless promise, as the undiscovered parts of the world opened up their treasures. Icebound: Shipwrecked at the Edge of the World is by the author Andrea Pitzer and tells the story of explorer William Barents journey to the Arctic Seas...
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    New York Giants: Everything on the table with Allen Robinson’s future By: Cay North January 11, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Giants need a number one receiver, and Allen Robinson has been connected to the Giants by rumors for a long time now. The Giants never did make a trade for Robinson, but it looks like the wide receiver is going to become a free agent after not agreeing to a contract yet with the Bears. Chicago, of course, has just been eliminated from the playoffs. With no more games this season, the franchise will likely turn their attention to personnel decisions like this. Robinson said on Monday, the day after the game, that “everything’s pretty much on the table” despite also claiming that he has great fondness for the Bears as an organization. That ‘everything’ includes the option of leaving the Bears for some other team, and Robinson restated how long the Bears have had to reach a deal before things got to this point. “I personally feel like we had...
    The Chicago Bears offseason could see star wide receiver Allen Robinson leaving for greener pastures.  Change is coming to the Chicago Bears. What kind of change? That’s too soon to tell. Chicago has multiple decisions to make, but losing Robinson should be non-negotiable. Whoever remains the GM next season must be willing to pay him top dollar before another team comes close. Next: Should the Dolphins move off Tua Tagovailoa and draft a QB?
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