Green Bay's Brett Favre and Donald Driver celebrate Drivers 82-yard touchdown on a Brett Favre pass late in the 2nd quarter. The Green Bay Packers traveled to the Metrodome to play the Minnesota Vikings Sunday November 12 , 2006. Steve Apps-State Journal.
Who shall it be now?
LAKE FOREST | The NFL's oldest rivals are spicing up their Sunday showdown with some serious trash talk.
It was July 12, 2008, but seems like decades ago.
Perhaps you don't recall the play. It was late in the January season finale against the Vikings when Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher and safety Major Wright arrived at the same spot in the end zone at the same time.
MINNEAPOLIS | The Vikings are embroiled in a fight for a new stadium that may jeopardize the franchise's 51-year tenure in Minnesota.
CHICAGO | Donovan McNabb made it clear Friday night that he is not ready to retire from the NFL.
MINNEAPOLIS | First, Jay Cutler. Then, Matt Forte. Finally, Brian Urlacher.
Despite being benched for the second straight year, first in Washington and now by Minnesota, Donovan McNabb isn't ready to concede his status as an NFL quarterback is slipping. He's an obvious candidate for television analysis at some point, but for now he's not calling it a career.
Anyone searching for the secret to success in the NFL can find it simply by recognizing what not to do.
WASHINGTON | Welcome to The NFL Lockout.
PHILADELPHIA | The Philadelphia Eagles got their bye a week early -- and not the way they wanted.
MINNEAPOLIS | Brett Favre was bundled up in a heavy gray coat by the time Devin Hester sped through the snow with his record-setting return.
MINNEAPOLIS | Minnesotans often brag about surviving the state's brutal winters, but for the past three decades, their pro football team has played in the shielded warmth of the Metrodome.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. | Brett Favre won't play in Minnesota's game Monday against the Bears.
LAKE FOREST | For the third time in three road games, the Bears defense will probably face a third-string quarterback when Joe Webb starts for the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night.
MINNEAPOLIS | The NFL said it's moving forward with plans to play Monday night's Vikings-Bears game at the University of Minnesota's outdoor stadium despite concerns about the site ranging from field conditions to player safety.
The end came under bizarre circumstances, in front of fans who didn't have a dime invested in Brett Favre or his remarkable streak. The quarterback who always played simply couldn't play and, just like that, it was over.
LAKE FOREST | The Bears are trying to forget about their blowout loss at home to New England.
CHICAGO | It's been the type of crummy season Brett Favre would love to stuff into a brown paper bag, take it out in the backwoods, and bury it deep.
Follow The Times
The NWI Times undercover shopper reports on local gold buying …
Fast-teks is one of the fastest growing on-site Business compu…
Call Glenn Gross to get a quote and review what coverage you n…
Whether you are buying or selling a home, we will be happy to …
Winey Insurance is an independent insurance agency established…
Is John Clark worth the money the Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority is spending on him?
- LIVE: RailCats morning game vs. WichitaMay 22, 2013 10:45 am
- LIVE: RailCats vs. Wingnuts in first early game of the seasonMay 21, 2013 10:45 am
- PREP BASEBALL: Roosevelt forfeits sectional game before postseason beginsMay 21, 2013 8:36 am
- FIRST PITCH: Opening day, Michelle FieldsMay 16, 2013 7:30 pm