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  • Bears Insider on long overdue road win in Baltimore

    WGN Radio’s Adam Hoge finds plenty of positives in the Bears first road win since December of 2015. He praises the defense for finally breaking through with interceptions, making up for special teams miscues and he breaks down the trick play for Tarik Cohen. Hoge was also impressed with Mitch Trubisky’s first road game against the Ravens and says the Bears lose that game with Mike Glennon under center.

  • Bears Insider reflects on blowout loss in Green Bay

    WGN Radio’s Adam Hoge hears your calls for Mitch Trubisky loud and clear. After another poor performance from Mike Glennon, Hoge would not be surprised to see Trubisky under center when the Bears host the Vikings on Monday Night Football. He says Glennon has proven himself to be no more than a back-up, and playing Trubisky will alter the game plan to a more watchable brand of football. Hoge also shares his thoughts on Danny Trevathan’s illegal hit on Davante Adams […]

  • Bears Insider breaks down unlikely week 3 win

    Self-inflicted wounds and a non-existent passing game nearly cost the Bears the most improbable win of the John Fox era. WGN Radio’s Adam Hoge dissects the “dumbest play in Bears history” and makes the case against benching Marcus Cooper. Hoge also praises Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen for bailing out Mike Glennon and the inept passing game. The 23-17 overtime victory over the Steelers is the first September win for John Fox in Chicago, and avoids a third straight 0-3 start.

  • Cubs bring retiring catcher Ross to tears with Wrigley tribute

    CHICAGO — The Cubs surprised David Ross with a touching video tribute before Friday’s series-opener against the Cardinals that brought the retiring catcher (and plenty of fans who’ve seen it) to tears. To an amazing teammate and an even better person. Congratulations, @D_Ross3! #YearLongRetirementParty — Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) September 23, 2016 Even though he’s only been with the Cubs for two seasons, Ross is admired by players and fans alike for his sense of humor and leadership in the […]

  • Bears’ Charles Tillman out for season with triceps injury

    By Rich Campbell, Chicago Tribune reporter The Chicago Bears plan to put starting cornerback Charles Tillman on the season-ending injured reserve list because of the right triceps injury he suffered in Sunday’s win over the San Francisco 49ers, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed. ESPN first reported the news. The Bears have neither confirmed the injury nor their intent to make the roster transaction. Coach Marc Trestman is not scheduled to meet with reporters until Tuesday afternoon. Tillman’s […]

  • Bears beat Eagles 34-28 in preseason opener

    Jay Cutler postgame comments

  • Blackhawks’ Keith captures Norris Trophy

    By Chris Kuc Tribune reporter LAS VEGAS — Not long after capturing the Norris Trophy in 2010, Duncan Keith took a look at the names attached to it and something stood out to the Blackhawks defenseman. “I was kind of surprised to see some of the players who have only won it once,” Keith said Tuesday at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas. “There are some really good players, a lot of guys I grew up idolizing. It goes to […]

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    Catalyst Golf – Lexus Long Drive

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  • Bears sign 5-time Pro Bowl safety Wilson

    By Rich Campbell, Tribune reporter The Chicago Bears on Monday deepened their competition at the safety position by signing five-time Pro Bowler Adrian Wilson to a one-year contract, the team said. Wilson, who turns 35 in October, enters the Bears’ safety competition after the team’s offseason program concluded last week. Incumbent starter Chris Conte missed offseason practices while recovering from shoulder surgery. Coach Marc Trestman when asked last Thursday was not certain about Conte’s availability for the start of training […]

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    Anthony to Become Free Agent

    By K.C. Johnson, Tribune reporter 1:22 p.m. CDT, June 22, 2014 All-Star forward Carmelo Anthony will exercise the opt-out clause in his New York Knicks contract and become an unrestricted free agent on July 1, a league source confirmed Sunday. Multiple outlets also reported the expected development. Knicks President Phil Jackson had publicly revealed he asked Anthony to consider opting in for the final year of his deal to give the organization a one-year trial under new management that includes […]