The Chicago Bears are back from their bye week, and so is Brad Biggs’ weekly Bears mailbag. Despite a four-game losing streak, an encouraging performance the last time out in Pittsburgh has some readers wondering if Justin Fields and the offense are hitting their stride.
Former Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden has sued Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL, alleging that a “malicious and orchestrated campaign” was used to destroy Gruden’s career by leaking old emails he had sent that included racist, misogynistic and homophobic comments
W ith the hands of a receiver and the field vision of a running back, Deebo Samuel is developing into one of the NFL 's most versatile players. Across the league, several players have raised their value in multipurpose roles
The former Las Vegas Raiders coach said posting the racist, misogynistic and homophobic comments he made between 2011-18 was "malicious."
Former Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden has sued Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL, alleging that a “malicious and orchestrated campaign” was used to destroy Gruden's career by leaking old emails he had sent that included racist, misogynistic and homophobic comments. The suit was filed in district court in
The Chicago Bears lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday Night Football and a controversial taunting call on Cassius Marsh might have tipped the scales. Here is the play and what could happen to the referee involved.
Nagy opted against a free touchdown in favor of running the clock down as much as possible to kick a game-winning field goal. It worked. | AP Photos
Allen Robinson celebrates a catch against the Raiders. | Photo by Chris Unger/Getty Images
The Chicago Bears are reportedly unlikely to fire head coach Matt Nagy during the 2021 regular season. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport (h/t NFL.com's
The league was not giving credence to Marsh's accusation that referee Tony Corrente intentionally made contact with him following the play.
Nobody asked for this and now it’s ruined an amazing comeback. The NFL’s point of emphasis on taunting took a turn on Monday Night Football with an incident that perfectly encapsulated how ludicrous the rule is. In the middle of a Bears comeback against the Steelers, linebacker Cassius Marsh was penalized for taunting on a key third down sack of Ben Roethlisberger late in the fourth quarter that positioned Chicago to get the ball back for a potential game-winning drive.
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