When Sean Payton learned Marques Colston’s shoulder injury would sideline the star receiver for a month, he didn’t bother reaching out to any proven free agent to see if they wanted to fill in. ”We’re deep enough and we feel good about guys we have,” Payton said when asked about his receivers. The Saints’ coach ..
When Sean Payton learned Marques Colston’s shoulder injury would sideline the star receiver for a month, he didn’t bother reaching out to any proven free agent to see if they wanted to fill in. “We’re deep enough and we feel good about guys we have,” Payton said when asked about his receivers
Chicago Bears, Jay Cutler will overwhelm New Orleans Saints despite Drew Brees
Drew Brees will eat Bears defense for breakfast at home
There is irony in every mother’s death. Soft or harsh, it’s always there. We’re born believing our mothers, our vessels to this world, will never leave us. But they do. They must. And the time is never right. When Lavoyda Lenard, Brian Urlacher’s mother, died suddenly Monday at 51, the irony was fierce: Her resurgent ..
Around 11:45 a.m. Wednesday, the Bears announced that middle linebacker Brian Urlacher was named the NFC’s defensive player of the week. It was more icing to cap a brilliant season-opening 30-12 victory Sunday over the Atlanta Falcons, the NFC’s top seed last postseason. But nearly 90 minutes later, the Bears – on behalf of Urlacher ..
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, who starred at Vanderbilt, knows all about loud stadiums because he played in the SEC. But Cutler’s not sure what to expect Sunday at the Louisiana Superdome. “Never been, so I don’t know,” he said. “I’m sure it’s going to be interesting. It’s extremely loud, and they really get into it, ..
Good news is coming for Chicago Bears fans. Defensive captain Brian Urlacher plans to play on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, Urlacher isnâ€™t going to miss the game on Sunday. As expected by many Bears fans and NFL analysts, Urlacher will play on Sunday even with ..
News and notes from Saints camp Wednesday
N BAY, Wis. — If for a minute the Packers looked at what was next on their schedule right after they gained a hard-earned win in their season opener and thought they were treated to a nice two-week lull, such delusion vanished by Sunday night