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Thursday, December 18, 2014

Football

Bears players believe Jimmy Clausen will ‘light it up’

Many believe Jimmy Clausen starting for the Chicago Bears on Sunday is a lost cause, but apparently that is not the feeling in the team’s locker room. According to NFL Network’s Michael Silver, “Bears offensive players believe Clausen will ‘light it up,’ simply because he’ll run offense as prescribed.” Head coach Marc Trestman’s offensive system…Read More

Marc Trestman starting Jimmy Clausen to try saving his job?

Is the decision by the Bears to start Jimmy Clausen over Jay Cutler a last-ditch effort by Marc Trestman to save his job? A report on Tuesday said the Bears are likely to fire Trestman after the season. There has been fighting among teammates, coaches criticizing players anonymously, while both the offense and defense have…Read More

Jimmy Clausen to start for Bears over Jay Cutler

The Chicago Bears plan to start Jimmy Clausen at quarterback this week over Jay Cutler, according to a report. ESPN’s Adam Schefter says a source tells him Clausen will be the guy. The Bears are 5-9 and have lost three in a row. The benching comes amid a season where Cutler leads the league with…Read More

Report: Some teammates refused to acknowledge Johnny Manziel in pregame

Despite a horrendous performance against the Cincinnati Bengals, Johnny Manziel has the support of Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine for at least another week. Can the same be said of Manziel’s teammates? According to Pam Oliver of Fox Sports, some of the Browns players may not have been behind Manziel before last Sunday’s game….Read More

Report: Ray McDonald’s home searched as part of rape investigation

Police reportedly searched the San Jose home of San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald on Tuesday in relation to a rape investigation. According to to ABC 7, San Jose police received a call from a local hospital regarding a patient who was being treated as a possible sexual assault victim. Officers spoke with the…Read More

Chris Conte: I’d rather play in the NFL and die 10-15 years younger

Chicago Bears safety Chris Conte has missed time this season with a variety of injuries, most notably two concussions. Considering he is only 25, you could understand if Conte was already worrying about the long-term health risks associated with playing in the NFL. But he’s not. During a pregame show on WBBM-AM 780 Monday, Conte…Read More

Woody Johnson ‘accidentally’ favorites tweet about John Idzik being fired

The New York Jets could be making some changes within their front office after the season, starting with evaluating current general manager John Idzik. Idzik, who has been partially responsible for the Jets’ inability to find a quarterback, may lose his job. Earlier this week, Jets owner Woody Johnson added to the speculation that Idzik…Read More

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