LAKE FOREST | The Bears didn't want him to, Brandon Marshall insisted, and their star wide receiver held a rambling 45-minute press conference Thursday to "vent" over a documentary ESPN did two years ago and ran again this week concerning his past transgressions.
Bears receiver Brandon Marshall talks to reporters Thursday after old domestic abuse allegations resurfaced by having his past transgressions dragged into the spotlight this week.
LAKE FOREST | In Jay Cutler's last appearance against the 49ers in 2009, he completed 29 passes for 307 yards.
LAKE FOREST | Can we talk about the Bears offense now?
LAKE FOREST | There's a huge billboard north on the Tri-State Expressway that features menacing closeups of unshavened Bears Lance Briggs, Jared Allen and Charles Tillman with the words: MORE STOPS THAN THE CTA.
LAKE FOREST | There are more Bears fans than pigeons teetering on the ledge after that 28-point embarrassment in Seattle last week.
LAKE FOREST | When the Bears pipe in simulated crowd noise at their practices, it sounds like a grizzly with laryngitis and is as intimidating as a parking ticket.
LAKE FOREST | If there's one thing Bears fans absolutely must understand, even more than the weird spelling of Micheal Spurlock's first name, it's this:
LAKE FOREST | Jordan Mills hears it from fans nearly everywhere he goes.
LAKE FOREST | Jimmy Clausen? Well, well.
Bears quarterback Jimmy Clausen talks to the media after practice in Lake Forest.
Bears offensive tackle Jordan Mills (67) limps off the field after suffering a foot injury against the Green Bay Packers on Dec. 29 at Soldier Field.
LAKE FOREST | Jay Cutler's "hit parade" is nothing he can dance or snap his fingers to. It's painful, in fact.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler listens to a question during his news conference at Tuesday's opening of the team's mandatory three-day mini-camp.
Michi Nogami, left, and Brandon Marshall of the Bears arrive at the third annual NFL Honors at Radio City Music Hall on Feb. 1.
LAKE FOREST | Kyle Fuller, your table is ready.
Bears' general manager Phil Emery said he has targeted six prospects for the team's No. 14 overall pick in next week's NFL draft.
It's so easy to kick professional sports teams when they're down, and their athletes, too.
It's the time of year when the men are separated from the boys in the NFL.
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