Tag: Robbie Gould

Robbie Gould cut, Josh Sitton and Connor Barth signed

Robbie Gould cut, Josh Sitton and Connor Barth signed
The Bears did not stop the hustle on Sunday. Second-year general manager Ryan Pace made sure to improve this team no matter what it took. Earlier in the afternoon, the team announced the waiver claims of cornerback Cre’Von LeBlanc and center Eric Kush along with the signing of tight end Logan Paulsen. Cornerback Demontre Hurst,... Read more »

The Third Phase: Kicking the Bears to Success

The Third Phase: Kicking the Bears to Success
Written by Joe Tidei/Special to Bears Backer January 14th, 2007. It was a frigid Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field as the Bears took on the Seahawks in the divisional playoffs. Robbie Gould tied the game late in the 4th quarter and had a chance from 49 yards out in overtime to send the Bears to... Read more »

Final Thoughts: The Bears' Struggles At Home Continue In Latest Loss

Final Thoughts: The Bears' Struggles At Home Continue In Latest Loss
The Bears are a bad team at home this season. After dropping their sixth game at Soldier Field this season with a 24-21 loss this Sunday after another Robbie Gould shank the Bears are back to the drawing board with three games left on the docket. Gould has missed three field goals over the last... Read more »
Advertisement:

Five Bears To Watch: Week 14 vs. Washington

Five Bears To Watch: Week 14 vs. Washington
With very little to play for outside of pride, the Chicago Bears have four games remaining on their regular season schedule, including an NFC tilt with Washington this Sunday. At Solider Field, the Bears have two games left on their home grass, starting with Washington and ending with a Week 17 matchup with division rival... Read more »

Inside Look: The Chicago Bears Special Teams

Inside Look: The Chicago Bears Special Teams
Robbie Gould is the longest tenured Bear and the only player left from the 2006-07 team that made it to Super Bowl XLI. The Penn State product is the leader of the special teams unit entering his 11th NFL season and he will need to be just that again in 2015. With special teams coordinator... Read more »

Just When You Thought Things Couldn't Get Stranger, Cutler Is The Starter Again

Just When You Thought Things Couldn't Get Stranger, Cutler Is The Starter Again
Chicago Bears leaders Robbie Gould and Brandon Marshall had much to say about some hot topics Monday following Sunday’s 20-14 loss to Detroit. Jimmy Clausen, who started his first game since Jan. 2011 failed to earn a win despite a solid performance. He’s now 1-10 as an NFL starting quarterback, but it was announced on... Read more »
Advertisement:

Good As Gould: The Veteran's Extension Simply Made Too Much Sense

Good As Gould: The Veteran's Extension Simply Made Too Much Sense
Robbie Gould received an early birthday present on Friday afternoon. The soon to be 32-year-old inked a four-year extension worth $15 million, including $9 million in guaranteed money to stay with the Chicago Bears. Gould previously earned a six-year, $15 million with $4 million in guarantees in 2008. “I could’ve waited [to sign a new contract],” Gould... Read more »

Week 14 NFL Power Rankings, Chicago Bears Edition

Week 14 NFL Power Rankings, Chicago Bears Edition
Here are the Week 14 power rankings from various sites around the web: ESPN: #15 (Last week: #14) Analysis, “Alshon Jeffery caught 12 of 15 targets Sunday for 249 yards and two touchdowns. Jeffery has caught 68 percent of attempts from Josh McCown and 54.5 percent from Jay Cutler this season.” NFL.com: #15 (Last week:... Read more »

Final Thoughts: Resilient Bears Overcame Penalties And Bad Weather To Get Big Win

Final Thoughts: Resilient Bears Overcame Penalties And Bad Weather To Get Big Win
Five hours and 13 minutes later the Bears pulled out the win. A win that may have saved the Bears season. It was a classic that’s for sure, but before the hour and fifty three minute weather delay things looked hopeless for the “Monsters of the Midway.” Josh McCown and the offense were ineffective and... Read more »
Advertisement: