Warrant issued for Aldon Smith’s arrest in Louisiana on a battery charge, the latest off-field trouble for the NFL pass rusherAssociated Press Staff | Chicago Tribune — A sheriff’s office in Louisiana has issued an arrest warrant for second-degree battery for Seattle Seahawks defensive end Aldon Smith. The district attorney told ESPN that Smith is accused of choking the victim unconscious during a confrontation that began inside a coffee shop.
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Gene Chamberlain | Sports Illustrated - Chicago Bears News — Teams pursuing quarterbacks always seem to be affected when personnel moves come down regarding other quarterbacks during the offseason, such as the Alex Smith retirement.
Chris Roling | Bleacher Report - NFL — In another sign of a return to normalcy for the NFL , holdouts could again be a part of the summer storylines. Granted, holdouts don't have as much teeth as in past years thanks to the new collective bargaining agreement ...
Gene Chamberlain | Sports Illustrated - Chicago Bears News — A few months ago it seemed unthinkable but more and more the stock of Stanford quarterback Davis Mills is rising and a team with the 20th pick in Round 1 needs to be ready to commit if they're convinced about his talent.
Gene Chamberlain | Sports Illustrated - Chicago Bears News — Last year's starter at safety lands back with the Bears on a one-year contract according to ESPN after a solid season playing opposite Eddie Jackson in the secondary.
Larry Mayer | Chicago Bears - News — The Bears kicked off their voluntary offseason program Monday by conducting virtual meetings.
COVID-19 vaccine and Chicago sports: Who has received it? What are they saying about it? And how does it affect fan attendance?Chicago Tribune staff | Chicago Tribune — What are Chicago’s pro teams saying about the COVID-19 vaccine? How many players have received it? And what does it all mean for potentially increasing fan attendance at games?
Jeff Hughes | Da Bears Blog — Good morning Twitter. If you don’t put Devin Hester in the Hall of Fame, the Hall of Fame is a fucking joke. pic.twitter.com/hm1zAz4Mlc — DaBearsBlog (@dabearsblog) April 19, 2021
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By Vito Chirco SI.com/NFL/Lions/ | Daily Tribune — Vito Chirco and Adam Stroztnsky, two of the staff members at Sports Illustrated/All Lions answer five questions facing the organization as the NFL Draft draws near.
ESPN - NFL Headlines — Safety Tashaun Gipson has agreed to terms on a one-year deal to return to the Bears, a source told ESPN's Dan Graziano.
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Gene Chamberlain | Sports Illustrated - Chicago Bears News — Several factors add up to the Bears standing their ground and making picks this year, which would be a departure from recent drafts conducted by Bears general manager Ryan Pace.
Gene Chamberlain | Sports Illustrated - Chicago Bears News — There could be some top secret reason for Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated reporting the Bears missed the second workout of Trey Lance Monday, but then again who knows? Maybe they just couldn't get a flight to Fargo, N.D.
Juan A. Lozano | Chicago Tribune — An attorney for Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson on Monday accused the 22 women who have filed lawsuits alleging they were sexually assaulted or harassed by the NFL player during massages of lying.
Associated Press | arizonasports.com — With groups of players from 20 NFL teams saying they will skip in-person attendance, voluntary offseason programs began Monday across the league.
ESPN - NFL Headlines — Veteran quarterback Alex Smith, who made a remarkable comeback from an injury that nearly cost him his right leg, announced Monday on Instagram that he is retiring from football.
Gene Chamberlain | Sports Illustrated - Chicago Bears News — Trading up for the Bears to take Trey Lance looks like a high-risk proposition, unless he can prove something more at Mondays second pro day.
XX, 1985 - beat Patriots 46-10
3 Bronko Nagurski FB, LB, T
5 George McAfee RB, DB, PR
7 George Halas End, HC
28 Willie Galimore RB
34 Walter Payton RB
40 Gale Sayers RB, KR
41 Brian Piccolo RB, FB
42 Sid Luckman QB, DB, P
51 Dick Butkus MLB
56 Bill Hewitt End
61 Bill George MG, MLB
66 Clyde Turner C, LB
77 Red Grange RB, DB
89 Mike Ditka TE, HC
|UFA||WR||Allen Robinson II|
|UFA||QB||Mitchell Trubisky||Lost (Bills )|
|UFA||WR||DeAndre Carter||Lost (Washington )|
|UFA||DE||Mario Edwards Jr||Re-signed|
|UFA||CB||Kyle Fuller||Cut (Broncos )|
|UFA||FS||Tashaun Gipson Sr||Re-signed|
|UFA||DT||John Jenkins||Lost (Dolphins )|
|UFA||OLB||Barkevious Mingo||Lost (Falcons )|
|UFA||WR||Cordarrelle Patterson||Lost (Falcons )|
|UFA||DE||Roy Robertson-Harris||Lost (Jaguars )|
|UFA||DE||Brent Urban||Lost (Cowboys )|
|RFA||T||Rashaad Coward||Lost (Steelers )|
|6||37 (221)||comp pick|
|6||44 (228)||comp pick|