Doug Buffone wasn’t the most famous Chicago Bear (he wasn’t among the franchise’s record 27 players in the Pro Football Hall of Fame) nor was he amongst their most accomplished, but few men who have played for the franchise have committed to it the way Buffone has since first playing for the team in 1966. 641 more words
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It’s been a rough year for Chicago sports fans. Just months after father time took the city’s two greatest baseball ambassadors; it’s now claimed the life of our greatest football voice in Doug Buffone. 673 more words
Former head coach and Chicago Bears hall of famer, Mike Ditka, joined The Download with Justin Kaufmann to talk about the passing of Doug Buffone. Doug Buffone was a legendary linebacker and broadcaster for the Chicago Bears. 41 more words
Two podcasts this week? I know. I actually recorded this one on Monday, but I delayed after the LeSean McCoy insanity happened.
Anyways, I talk to Brad Macdonald, who “almost won a journalist award” for his excellent coverage of Rob Ford’s mayoral run. 247 more words
(CBS) After having a fallout with the management of the Bears’ previous regime, former star linebacker Brian Urlacher appears to be on much better terms with the organization’s new leaders. 316 more words