An interview with Chicago Bears veteran kicker Robbie Gould

An interview with Chicago Bears veteran kicker Robbie Gould
Anyone who knows me also knows that I am not just a Chicago Bears fan but a huge football fan in general. I regularly watch three to four games each week during the season and have had some awesome opportunities over the years to have been able to work with some of my favorite players.... Read more »

Chicago Bears close out the preseason with a loss to the Cleveland Browns

Chicago Bears close out the preseason with a loss to the Cleveland Browns
I have never watched my favorite NFL team play a game as calmly as I did on Thursday night. It goes without saying (but I will) that there is no doubt the Chicago Bears can beat the Cleveland Browns any day. Heading into the game, the Chicago Bears were 2-1 in the preseason, while the... Read more »

Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould on football and philanthropy

Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould on football and philanthropy
All too often, national news regarding NFL players has to do with scandal and controversy. Locally we hear about our hometown heroes doing good deeds in the community, but rarely do those stories get the recognition they deserve on a national level. But I enjoy taking the focus away from arrests, suspensions and domestic altercations... Read more »
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Psyche session with a lifelong Chicago Bears fan

Psyche session with a lifelong Chicago Bears fan
Having watched my beloved Chicago Bears through three preseason games, I’m sorry to say that I find myself in a very depressing, but all too familiar, mindset. I know I’m not supposed to freak out about the preseason, but I can’t help it. A sense of impending doom has set in, and so I felt... Read more »

No need for panic following Chicago Bears debacle in Seattle

No need for panic following Chicago Bears debacle in Seattle
Hey Chicago Bears fans, you can get off the ledge now, it’s okay. I know the Bears got pummeled by the defending champion Seahawks on Friday night, but that doesn’t mean they should hang up their cleats and walk away. There is still hope, although that hope comes with some serious caveats. When the schedule... Read more »

Takeaways: Chicago Bears vs. Seattle Seahawks

Takeaways: Chicago Bears vs. Seattle Seahawks
I think the Chicago Bears knew there was a high probability of falling to the Seattle Seahawks on the road. I’m not being down on my home team or overreacting to a preseason game, I’m just being realistic. The Seahawks are the defending champs, and they’re BEASTS. Seattle is an incredible football team and to... Read more »
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Santonio Holmes deal potentially savvy for Chicago Bears

Santonio Holmes deal potentially savvy for Chicago Bears
Coming off a 23-catch season and toting weed-stuffed baggage that almost certainly wouldn’t qualify as carry-on, it’s easy to dismiss the Chicago Bears’ mid-August acquisition of former Super Bowl MVP Santonio Holmes. After a prolific career with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Holmes faded into obscurity in Northern New Jersey with a putrid quarterback in a putrid... Read more »

Chicago Bears vs. Seattle Seahawks: Five things to watch for

Chicago Bears vs. Seattle Seahawks: Five things to watch for
The Chicago Bears face the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks this Friday night in the supposedly all-important third game of the preseason. For the starters, it’s their chance to play significant minutes, gaining reps while the bubble players will have one more test. If nothing else, it will be interesting to see how the... Read more »

Chicago Bears Training Camp: Notes and Observations

Chicago Bears Training Camp: Notes and Observations
Your loyal CBH contributor and avid Bears backer attended Chicago Bears Training Camp on Monday and Friday of last week and came away with some observations, though it’s clear that the games will be a somewhat better barometer of things to come. No, lives aren’t at stake here, but jobs certainly are, so it’s a... Read more »
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Marquess Wilson must make huge strides for the Chicago Bears

Marquess Wilson must make huge strides for the Chicago Bears
Halfway through a weather-shortened practice on Friday morning (the forecasted rain never actually came), the Chicago Bears broke out of 11-on-11 work and centered attention on Marc Trestman, Jay Cutler and the skill position players, as the No. 1 offense and No. 1 defense focused in on the passing game in 7-on-7s. Eyeballs tend to... Read more »
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