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The Bernstein Brief: Oh, Johnny

By Dan Bernstein-

(CBS) Until we see any surveillance video, we have no real idea of the facts in the latest Johnny Manziel incident.

But having to type the words “latest Johnny Manziel incident” is why Cleveland Browns officials had to talk sternly yet again with their gallivanting backup quarterback. 164 more words

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The Bernstein Brief: Those At The Game Deserved Better Ending

By Dan Bernstein-

(CBS) It was a poorly kept secret that the days were numbered for our friends/competitors at WGWG-FM.

A bad signal on the dial, haphazard management and inconsistent leadership conspired to doom the effort from the start, so we were already feeling for friends who had taken on professional and personal risk to be part of a start-up station in one of the country’s most competitive radio markets. 197 more words

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The Bernstein Brief: Remember Emery's Last Words On Lovie?

By Dan Bernstein-

Editor’s note: Always full of thoughts, Dan is sharing a few more quick hits with you every week in The Bernstein Brief. Consider it a morning thought that may evolve. 207 more words

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Bernstein: Peterson, Howard Abuse Cases Painfully Similar

By Dan Bernstein-
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) On the very same day, one chapter ended as another began. Both stories are troubling and terribly sad, remarkably alike and probably all too common. 635 more words

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Old School Photo: Chicago Cop, Bodybuilder Sergio Oliva

By John Dodge

CHICAGO (CBS) — More than a decade after he became the only man to defeat Arnold Schwarzenegger in the Mr. Olympia competition, Chicago Police Officer Sergio Oliva’s muscles still appeared as if they could rip his custom-made uniform clean off. 256 more words

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The Bernstein Brief: Bulls Have A New Look

By Dan Bernstein-

Editor’s note: Always full of thoughts, Dan will start sharing a few more quick hits with you every week in The Bernstein Brief. 248 more words

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NFL Launches 'Counseling Centers' For Bears Fans

By John Dodge

CHICAGO (CBS) — In an ongoing effort to improve community outreach to under-served cities, the National Football Leauge is launching a first-of-its-kind counseling center to help Bears fans cope in the event of another blowout loss. 191 more words

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