Justin Blackmon officially ran a 4.46-second 40-yard dash Oklahoma State’s pro day Friday.
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Posted: Thursday, March 8th, 2012 | Gil Brandt Tags: 2012 pro days, Atlanta Falcons, Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, Georgia Tech, Leslie Frazier, Lovie Smith, Mike Smith, Minnesota Vikings, Stephen Hill
Stephen Hill continued his meteoric rise up the draft boards with a fantastic workout at Georgia Tech’s pro day Thursday.
Bears coach Lovie Smith has a new boss to impress in general manager Phil Emery, but excuse Smith if he isn’t exactly feeling the heat to win or else.
Bears LB Brian Urlacher was back among his teammates Thursday morning, three days after the death of his mother, Lavoyda Lenard.
Posted: Friday, February 25th, 2011 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2011 NFL Scouting Combine, A.J. Green, Billy Devaney, Blaine Gabbert, Brian Xanders, Carson Palmer, Donovan McNabb, Gary Kubiak, Jake Locker, Jay Cutler, John Elway, Larry Fitzgerald, Leslie Frazier, Lovie Smith, Mark Ingram, Marvin Lewis, Mike Pouncey, Mike Shanahan, Plaxico Burress, Rick Smith, Rod Graves, Tim Tebow, Tom Cable, Tom Coughlin, Tyron Smith
And now for a few thoughts, observations and highlights as we wrap up Day 2 of the NFL Scouting Combine.
Bears coach Lovie Smith opened Friday’s chapter of the NFL Scouting Combine by defending his embattled QB, Jay Cutler.
Over the last 48 hours since Jay Cutler disappointed the world, I’ve been completely fascinated by the reaction, overreaction, and reaction to the overreaction brought on by the most talked-about sprained MCL in NFL history.
Posted: Sunday, January 23rd, 2011 | Frank Tadych Tags: Jay Cutler, Asante Samuel, Brian Urlacher, Caleb Hanie, Chicago Bears, Darnell Dockett, Kirk Morrison, Lovie Smith, Maurice Jones-Drew, NFC Championship Game
Before Todd Collins even had time to get pulled in favor of Caleb Hanie, the court of public opinion had already convicted Jay Cutler of having no heart because he was on the sideline with a knee injury.
The Bears knew going in to Week 17 they couldn’t improve their No. 2 seed in the NFC. Still, they played like they had to win the game. It’s a testament to the players and head coach Lovie Smith.
Bears coach Lovie Smith might regret his decision to play his starters against the Packers in Week 17.
Should teams with nothing to gain sit their top starters — particularly quarterbacks — in preparation for the playoffs?
There’s a lengthy list of head coaches who are deserving to be in the conversation as the NFL’s Coach of the Year. Warren Sapp‘s choice is Raheem Morris.
The Bears are the team that no one wants to believe in. Well, when I say no one, that means everyone outside of Chicago, outside of Halas Hall, outside of the true believers.
Posted: Sunday, November 7th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Adam Koets, Andy Reid, Austin Collie, Bill Belichick, Chris Ivory, Cliff Avril, Dan Connor, Darnell Dockett, Darren Sharper, David Diehl, Jason Hanson, Jeremy Shockey, Jim Schwartz, Jonathan Stewart, Julius Peppers, Kenny Iwebema, Kerry Rhodes, Lovie Smith, Malcolm Jenkins, Matt Moore, Matthew Stafford, Max Jean-Gilles, Nate Allen, Roddy White, Rolando McClain, Roscoe Parrish, Ryan Mathews, Sean Payton, Steve Gregory, Steven Gostkowski, Todd McClure, Tyrell Sutton, Tyrone Culver, Tyvon Branch, Week 9 injuries 2010
A quick recap at some of the notable injuries around the league in Week 9.
Posted: Tuesday, October 26th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Bill Cowher, Jason La Canfora, Jeff Fisher, Jerry Jones, Jon Gruden, Lovie Smith, Marvin Lewis, Mike Singletary, NFL Total Access, Russ Grimm, Sean Payton, Wade Phillips
NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora takes a look at four coaches who he considers to be on the hot seat during or after the season: Marvin Lewis, Mike Singletary, Lovie Smith and Wade Phillips.