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Mike Ditka Received a City Clerk Write-In Vote

On Tuesday, one Bears fan’s love for Mike Ditka went next level when he wrote in the legendary coach with his vote for Chicago City Clerk. 176 more words

NFL

Boston University study reveals risk of playing football before age 12

The awareness in the risk of playing football has increased yet again but this time focussing on its youngest players.

study published in Neurology, a medical journal produced by researchers at Boston University, two weeks ago found that NFL retirees who began playing football before age 12 had a higher risk of damaged memory and thinking ability later in life. 608 more words

Sports

The '85 Bears and the Consequences of Football

Last weekend while in a hotel I caught a segment on HBO’s Real Sports about the ’85 Chicago Bears.  The segment was about how football injuries prematurely turned a group of strong and charismatic men into shells of their former selves.  204 more words

Who's on your Chicago Sports Mount Rushmore?

Hey Der Superfans! I have one question for you, wit simple rules.

Who is on your “Chicago Sports Mount Rushmore”?

“Mount Rushmore has become an iconic symbol of presidential greatness and has appeared in works of fiction, and has been discussed or depicted in other popular works. 166 more words

Chicago Bears

Book Review: Monsters: The 1985 Chicago Bear and the Wild Heart of Football – Rich Cohen

Overview: Before I say anything else, this book is awesome. This is coming from someone who is not a Chicago Bears fan and never before reading a book about the Bears. 1,040 more words

Books

NFL's PR Nightmare Continues

 

As NFL scandals continue to make headlines on nearly all media platforms, the most popular American sports franchise will face bigger issues in the coming years. 298 more words

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Players, parents and fans are concerned for football safety on and off the field

The NFL was once again involved in a controversial discussion this week when HBO premiered its 21st season of “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel… 351 more words

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