Tag: Shea McClellin

2014 NFL Off-Season: Will James Anderson be back with the Bears?

2014 NFL Off-Season: Will James Anderson be back with the Bears?
This is the second part of an in-depth series that will examine the status of the top Chicago Bears free agents. The defense will be the focus in this second part. The Bears have been busy as of late, signing ten of their own free agents since the end of the 2013 season, including center... Read more »

2014 NFL Off-Season: Will D.J. Williams be back with the Bears?

2014 NFL Off-Season: Will D.J. Williams be back with the Bears?
This is the second part of an in-depth series that will examine the status of the top Chicago Bears free agents. The defense will be the focus in this second part. The Bears have 26 free agents, including 22 unrestricted free agents this off-season. The NFL Combine (Feb. 22), free agent period (March 11) and... Read more »

2014 NFL Combine News: McClellin to compete for strongside job, while Bostic will focus mainly in the middle

2014 NFL Combine News: McClellin to compete for strongside job, while Bostic will focus mainly in the middle
The Chicago Bears made a very wise decision on Thursday. The Bears announced that third-year man Shea McClellin will be moved from defensive end to strongside linebacker and second-year linebacker Jonathan Bostic will focus mainly in the middle. Both defenders will see time in the middle and at strongside throughout the off-season, but the move... Read more »
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Breaking News: Aaron Rodgers Will Start Against The Bears On Sunday

Breaking News: Aaron Rodgers Will Start Against The Bears On Sunday
The Green Bay Packers made a risky decision on Thursday afternoon by announcing Aaron Rodgers as the starter for the Week 17 matchup against the Chicago Bears. After being medically cleared by team doctors, the star quarterback will start against the Bears (8-7) in the 188th career meeting between the two NFC North rivals. Considering... Read more »

Five Players To Watch: Week 15 (McCellin, Wootton, Hester, Jeffery, Wright)

Five Players To Watch: Week 15 (McCellin, Wootton, Hester, Jeffery, Wright)
The Chicago Bears (7-6) travel to chilly Cleveland (4-9) to battle the Browns on Sunday. The game marks the first of two straight road matchups for the Bears, who will face Philadelphia on Sunday Night Football next week. With three weeks left, the Bears season is on the line. They have to play each week... Read more »

Week 13 NFL Game Preview: Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings

Week 13 NFL Game Preview: Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings
The Chicago Bears (6-5) and Minnesota Vikings (2-8-1) will meet for the 106th time ever on Sunday afternoon. Chicago trails the all-time 50-53-2. The Bears got by the disappointing Vikings back in Week Two, 31-30. This time around, the task ahead for Marc Trestman’s team is the same, try to slow down Minnesota’s running back... Read more »
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Five Players To Watch: Week 12 (McClellin, Wootton, M. Bennett, Anderson, Bowman)

Five Players To Watch: Week 12 (McClellin, Wootton, M. Bennett, Anderson, Bowman)
The Bears want their success to continue as they head to St. Louis this week to battle the Rams. The NFL is a league where you have to focus on the task ahead and nothing further. Chicago (6-4) is tied for first place in the NFC North, while the Rams (4-6) are on the outside... Read more »

Five Players To Watch: Week 10 (Marshall, Garza, Paea, Tillman, Bostic)

Five Players To Watch: Week 10 (Marshall, Garza, Paea, Tillman, Bostic)
Plenty of factors play into the difference between a win or a loss in the National Football League. On Sunday, two very talented teams will square off in a big NFC North matchup. The Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions are tied a top the division with the Green Bay Packers at 5-3. The Lions hold... Read more »

Final Thoughts: Bears' Offense Has A Chance To Carry This Team Far

Final Thoughts: Bears' Offense Has A Chance To Carry This Team Far
Aaron Rodgers going down on the seventh play from scrimmage certainly played in the Bears’ favor on Monday night. The Bears outgained the Packers 442 to 312 on offense as they ran 20 more plays then them, 75 to 55. It wasn’t all pretty for the Bears in their big 27-20 win at Lambeau Field.... Read more »
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Early Thoughts: Redskins Don't Look Like A Big Threat To Bears

Early Thoughts: Redskins Don't Look Like A Big Threat To Bears
The Chicago Bears haven’t played that great as of late, but they have the chance to hold a 5-2 record heading into their Week Eight bye after Sunday’s NFC matchup with the Washington Redskins (1-4). Losses to the Detroit Lions (4-2) and New Orleans Saints (5-1) the two weeks prior to last Thursday night’s win... Read more »