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Peanut Tillman gets "Chipwrecked"

Peanut Tillman gets “Chipwrecked”

Chicago Bears’ Charles Tillman is a busy man this season, both on and off the field. From his famous ball punch on Sundays to his quest to make an impact in the lives of the youth of Chicago with his Cornerstone Foundation . Tilliman on Monday hosted a fundraiser at Texas de Brazil and then…

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Matt Forte needs your help

Matt Forte needs your help

Matt Forte and the rest of the Chicago Bears need your help getting to the Pro Bowl. Devin Hester as a kick returner is the only Bear that is leading in votes. You can vote for your favorite Bear here: PRO BOWL BALLOT NFL press release Balloting will conclude on Monday, Dec. 19 following the…

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Lance Briggs the writer, Pilot Season: Seraph #1

Lance Briggs the writer, Pilot Season: Seraph #1

Seraph Exclusive Preview Pilot Season: Seraph #1 will be in your local comic book store on Wednesday, November 16th and what makes this book special is Chicago Bears’ linebacker Lance Briggs created it. “I pitched the book the spring of 2010 to Top Cow,” Briggs said. Seraph combines faith and action. With the main character…

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Blessing of the "Ditka"

Blessing of the “Ditka”

On 9.10.11 I was happily married to my wife Margo. It was a crazy, fun time and it is true, the wedding day flies by faster than anything you’ve experienced before in your life. We got back from our honeymoon on Sunday, just in time to watch the Bears get destroyed by the Saints. This…

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Re: Divorcing the Cubs

Re: Divorcing the Cubs

You may have seen Ryan Smith’s article today entitled “Unlovable Losers” where he states multiple reasons for his intended “divorce” from the Chicago Cubs.  As the Cubs blogger and a die-hard Cubs fan, it would be hard for me to let it go without a reasonable rebuttal.  I have written it as an address to…

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Chicago's poor field conditions are a joke

Chicago’s poor field conditions are a joke

One week ago, Paul McCartney was singing “Day Tripper” in the outfield of Wrigley Field.  This past Sunday afternoon, Marlon Byrd brought the song to life as a literal day tripper in the outfield of Wrigley Field.  Byrd slipped and fell and whiffed on a fly ball that could have potentially helped seal an eighth…

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