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Lance Briggs discusses his Double Nickel Smokehouse in Elk Grove

brightcove error: missing required parameter exp or exp3Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs returned to his hometown of Elk Grove to open his Double Nickel Smokehouse. Briggs talked to News10’s Sean Cunningham about his new restaurant, the upcoming Bears season and his glory days at Elk Grove High.

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Pre-Season Notes - Chicago Bears - Final Notes

Just a few days ago, the Chicago Bears concluded their Pre-Season with a loss to the Cleveland Browns – who were fielding starters against the 3rd string Bears. 218 more words

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10 Bears Things: Trestman Still Not Naming Starting Safeties

By Adam Hoge-

LAKE FOREST, Ill. — The Bears went through a short Labor Day practice in the rain Monday morning at Halas Hall. Here are the 10 most important things you need to know from the day: 1,083 more words

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Former Bear Alex Brown analyzes the roster

Former Bears DE Alex Brown joins Jason McKie & Jason Goch (filling in for Kap & Haugh) and gives a very candid look at the Bears defense, talks about how he has “never been a fan” of Jay Cutler and how he is surprised that Shea McClellin is still in the NFL. 10 more words

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Dec. 7, 2010: #nolongerhappywithuglywins

From November 2010 to May 2011, I wrote for a site called “The Sports Blog Network,” a sports website launched by Chris Reed. The site folded, as websites do, and at some point in the past year (maybe longer?) the content was removed. 466 more words

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Sammy Watkins practices on Monday

The Bills saw wide receiver Sammy Watkins leave two preseason games and miss a third because of a rib injury this summer, raising questions about whether or not the fourth overall pick will be healthy enough to help the team in the first week of the regular season. 128 more words

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How the 2014 Chicago Bears were "built"...

Published by Jerz on 9/1/2014

There is something special about final cuts at the end of the preseason heading into the NFL’s regular season. For some, dreams will come true and for others they are put on hold or dashed completely. 1,313 more words

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