Grading Every Chicago Bears Starter's 2013 Regular Season » The Chicago Bears were sent on early vacation after a crushing loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. The Bears finished with an 8-8 record in what is considered an underachieving season.  Changes to the roster will come, but before the Bears can move forward they must evaluate the team. The ... Packers vs. Bears: Takeaways from Chicago's 33-28 Loss to Green Bay » The NFC North division crown and a trip to the playoffs were laid out before them, but the Chicago Bears could not capitalize and lost to the Green Bay Packers by a score of 33-28 on Sunday afternoon. The offense sputtered in the first half but was able to stay in check due to the defense. Unfortuna... Jay Cutler More Than Deserves to Be Bears' QB of the Future » The disappointment of once again falling short of the postseason should not cloud the decision-making process that lies ahead of the Chicago Bears on soon-to-be free agent quarterback Jay Cutler.  While the Bears were unable to beat Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in Week 17, Cutle... Referee Error Aids Green Bay Packers in Win over Chicago Bears » The Green Bay Packers, now NFC North champs and playoff bound after their 33-28 win over the Chicago Bears, converted on fourth down three times on their final drive, culminating with a 48-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to Randall Cobb on 4th-and-8. However, one of those fourth-down con... Packers vs. Bears: Final Game Grades and Analysis for Chicago » Aaron Rodgers throws a 48-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb to eliminate the Chicago Bears from playoff contention.     Final Score Green Bay Packers: 33 Chicago Bears: 28 Final Analysis for the Chicago Bears Passing Offense: Jay Cutler did everything he could to keep his team in t...
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Photogallery: ESPN 2 Fight Night
Chicago, IL - ESPN 2 Fight Night came into Chicago and brought with it Antonio Escalante vs Gary Starks Jr.  These two feather-weights battled it out and in the 3rd round Escalante dropped Starks to the mat, thus possibly ending Starks' career as a boxer.
Purpose Driven Sports
Purpose Driven Sports: Don Beebe
Written by Alan Radevski / CS Staff Sports Columnist    Friday, 01 August 2008 17:30    PDF Print E-mail

Purpose Driven Sports: Don Beebe
While with the Buffalo Bills, Don Beebe lost 4 Super Bowls and is widely known for his Super Bowl XXVII play. The Buffalo Bills were down and the Cowboys Leon Lett picked up a fumble and was running toward what would have been an easy touchdown and a new Super Bowl record for most points scored. But Don wouldn't allow it, running and swatting the ball out of Lett's hands at the half yard line, making Leon Lett look like a child. Don Beebe has been a spiritual leader on and off the field and has taken his love of the game and Lord to coaching. This is Don Beebe. This is his Purpose...

Purpose Driven Sports: Bob Love
Written by Chicago Sporting    Thursday, 31 July 2008 09:21    PDF Print E-mail

Purpose Driven Sports: Bob Love
Bob Love grew up in poverty as one of fourteen children and lived in a 2 bedroom home in rural Louisiana. As a child and throughout his early life he was unable to do what most of us take for granted, speak properly. Love dreamed of one day making it to the NBA as a means to escape poverty. His story is one of rags to riches and an eduring faith in the Lord. This is Bob Love. This is his Purpose...

Purpose Driven Sports: Garrett Wolfe
Written by Chicago Sporting    Thursday, 31 July 2008 09:20    PDF Print E-mail

Purpose Driven Sports:  Garrett Wolfe
Garrett Wolfe grew up in Chicago and attended Northern Illinois University and was one of the NCAA's most electric running backs earning 1,928 yards rushing his senior year. That's more than even another common name, Reggie Bush. However his size (5'7" and 177 lbs) took away some of the steam he had going into the 2007 Draft, but as this Chicago product got the call from the Bears, he knew he had finally arrived. This is the Chicago Bears' Garrett Wolfe. This is his Purpose...

Purpose Driven Sports: Juwan Howard
Written by Alan Radevski / CS Staff Sports Columnist    Thursday, 24 July 2008 20:34    PDF Print E-mail

Purpose Driven Sports: Juwan Howard
Juwan Howard (born February 7, 1973 in Chicago, Illinois) picked up basketball at the age of 9 and made it to the NBA as the 5th overall pick in the 1994 draft. He is a former All-Star and All-NBA power forward and was a member of the University of Michigan Wolverines' "Fab Five" (along with Chris Webber, Jalen Rose, Jimmy King and Ray Jackson) that reached the 1992 and 1993 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship games as both freshmen and sophomores. Juwan Howard grew up on the South side of Chicago and had to overcome many challenges to make it to where he's at today. This is Juwan Howard. This is his Purpose...

Purpose Driven Sports: Wendell Davis
Written by Deborah Martinez / CS Staff Sports Columnist    Tuesday, 15 July 2008 14:12    PDF Print E-mail

Purpose Driven Sports with Wendell Davis
Wendell Davis was drafted by the Bears in the first round of the 1988 draft; 20 years later he is living outside of Chicago and raising a family while mentoring our youth. After a successful professional football career Wendell continues to maintain success owning and operating a franchise of a barber shops called "Big League Barbers" He participates in the Chicago Bears Youth Football Camps for kids ages 6 to 14 and mentors many children throughout the nation. His beautiful family is the greatest testament to his success, and here is HIS PURPOSE!

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