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    Skip Bayless rebuked Justin Fields because he flip-flopped on his dig at Chicago Bears fans after backlash led Fields to clear the air on his comments. The discussion came up on Fox Sports’ Undisputed after Fields apologized Wednesday for comments he made on Sunday night after the Bears’ loss to the Green Bay Packers. “I don’t have any problem with what he said the first time,” Bayless told co-host Shannon Sharpe. “I didn’t need him to walk it back.” Bayless blamed the heat of the moment Fields faced when walking off the field into the locker room after the Bears lost to the Packers embarrassingly 27-10. “It’s hard to gather yourself after an emotional game, especially after you lost,” Bayless added. “How many players have said things in anger after games that they wanted to take back?” Bayless believed that if a player is too emotional after the game, they should not speak to the media at all. “I spent years and years diving into locker rooms like five minutes after the game because we all have deadlines,” Bayless said....
    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields took a swipe at his own team's fanbase after suffering a 27-10 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football, insisting that players are more affected by a game's outcome than supporters.  The 23-year-old was initially asked the following question: 'Does losing to this team, does it sting more because of this rivalry, and how much Bears fans want to win this game?'  'I mean it hurts more in the locker room than for Bears fans, at the end of the day, they're not putting in any work. I see the guys in the locker room everyday and how much they put in so...,' Fields replied in a postgame press conference.  Chicago Bears QB Justin Fields insisted players care more about a game's outcome than fans “It hurts more in the locker room than for Bears fans… They aren’t putting in any work.”Bears fans may not like this one from Justin Fields…. pic.twitter.com/TTnjDNSuZ3— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) September 19, 2022 A Bears fan who goes by the name MikeyBets shared a snippet from Fields'...
    Green Bay Packers safety Jaire Alexander took a hilarious shot at Chicago Bears fans before the latest edition of their rivalry game. Green Bay plays the Bears on Sunday at Lambeau Field, and will attempt to avoid an 0-2 start for the first time in recent history with Aaron Rodgers behind center. The Packers are favored by nearly 10 points per most sports books, though Chicago’s already pulled off one upset this season. Why not another? As for Alexander, he had some fun at the expense of Bears fans. One of the more historic franchises in the NFL, Chicago has seen its ups and downs of late. Jaire is just thankful he’s not one of the thousands of fans slated to root against him on Sunday. “It’s fun. It’s exciting,” Alexander said, per USA Today’s Ryan Wood. “I always say, ‘Things could be a lot worse. I could be a Bears fan.’” Woof.Packers: Jaire Alexander takes shot at Bears fansAlexander has been outspoken to begin the year. The newly-extended Pro Bowl safety is confident in his ability, and felt he...
    Dominique Foxworth quickly went at Chicago Bears fans, who fired back at his latest Justin Fields hot take.  At some point, the blatant disrespect by pundits towards Justin Fields and the Chicago Bears needs to stop. That includes ESPN’s Dominique Foxworth. The ESPN analyst added to the continuous Chicago Bears degradation parade of the 2022 offseason by going on a podcast and stating that quarterback Justin Fields should demand a trade while bringing up the “lack of moves” the Bears did in the offseason. "Justin Fields should demand a damn trade. The Chicago Bears dont have enough good players. Their cap is messed up. They didnt draft and sign all that well. Hold out and force a trade." – Former NFL cornerback Domonique Foxworth (Via The Domonique Foxworth Show) — Daniel Greenberg (@ChiSportUpdates) September 8, 2022 Needless to say, Bears fans clapped back, as did Foxworth, who, by looking at his tweets, was a bit childish in his remarks. I’m 2 episodes in and I’m already going viral for a mistake ????????‍♂️. My bad. But now y’all have forced...
    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields was seen hitting home runs at Wrigley Field during Cubs batting practice. Could he be a two-sport star? This is not a question to be taken literally, of course. Fields is committed to football, as he should be considering the Bears are in the midst of a rebuild. Fields was a highly-touted shortstop back in high school in Georgia, and while he didn’t play baseball in college to focus on his football career, Fields was recruited to the diamond during his time at Ohio State. After thinking over the matter, he opted not to take the Kyler Murray route and play both sports. Fields decision to play football clearly worked out, as he was drafted in the first round by the Bears, and is now their starting quarterback making millions of dollars on his rookie deal. But that doesn’t mean he can’t take some hacks. Bears quarterback Justin Fields casually destroyed this baseball at Wrigley pic.twitter.com/EzS0B2Jtqo — Jomboy Media (@JomboyMedia) June 9, 2022 Bears: Justin Fields hit bombs at Wrigley Field Fields is an...
    Aaron Rodgers was on hand for the Bucks vs. Bulls playoff game and NBC Chicago delivered a powerful jab on him via Twitter.  The rivalry between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers isn’t only limited to the gridiron. These two teams hate one another and people all over the Windy City despise Aaron Rodgers for all the emotional pain he’s provided them over the years. Therefore, the city as a whole will always take any chance possible to take a shot at the future Hall-of-Famer. This was exactly the case on Wednesday night, as Rodgers was on hand to watch the Milwaukee Bucks suffer a tough loss to the Bulls. Aaron Rodgers enjoying another postseason L pic.twitter.com/B9PGuasYv7 — Bulls Talk (@NBCSBulls) April 21, 2022 NBC Chicago trolling Aaron Rodgers will infuriate Packers fans NBC Chicago just had to remind Rodgers and the Green Bay faithful about the heartbreaking loss to the San Francisco 49ers in January, didn’t they? The Packers had the No. 1 seed in the NFC and they looked primed to go on a Super Bowl run....
    Though cold and miserable Chicago weather certainly isn’t news to anyone, the freezing rain and gusty temperatures Sunday at Soldier Field had some Bears fans dreaming about a new stadium outside the city. In September, the Bears signed a $197.2 million purchase agreement for Arlington International Racecourse, a move that takes the team a step closer toward securing property for a new stadium in Arlington Heights and leaving their longtime home near downtown Chicago. Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals didn’t near any records, but fans sat through freezing rain and biting winds, according to the National Weather Service. The coldest recorded Bears game was in 2008, when temperatures hit 2 degrees. No plans have been officially announced for a new stadium, but many fans on Twitter talked about the possibility that it would come with a roof to block out the snow and rain that sometimes pummels players and fans at Soldier Field. The majority of NFL stadiums are open-air, but a number of newer stadiums are equipped with fixed or retractable roofs. “I hope...
    During the Chicago Bulls’ blowout loss to the Indiana Pacers on Monday night, fans were chanting “Fire Nagy” inside the United Center. The Chicago Bears faithful have just about had it with head coach Matt Nagy, especially following the team blowing a late 13-9 lead to lose 16-13 to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. There were even calls from fans at Soldier Field for the head coach to lose his job during the loss. Turns out, all Chicago sports fans have seen enough of Nagy on the sidelines for the Bears. During Monday night’s game against the Indiana Pacers, Bulls fans began chanting “Fire Nagy” as the team was getting blown out in the 109-77 loss. Fire Nagy chant a Bulls game pic.twitter.com/Vm9TaSAjXP — J (@Justino020) November 23, 2021 @WaddleandSilvy fire Nagy chant @UnitedCenter pic.twitter.com/576j6XW0WH — RicoBets (@rico_bets) November 23, 2021 #FireNagy @DOM_Frederic @BarstoolBigCat @WaddleandSilvy pic.twitter.com/KZ2AWPTDnC — Josè Konkè (@shuttle_konk22) November 23, 2021 How bad is this Bulls game? A “Fire Nagy” chant just started in the crowd — Lauren Comitor (@laurencomitor) November 23, 2021 Bulls fans...
    There were few positives to take away from the Chicago Bears’ 38-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 7, and that’s reflected in this week’s Bears mailbag. Brad Biggs takes a swing at questions about Ryan Pace’s and Matt Nagy’s job security, Justin Fields’ body language — and the rarely seen white-on-white uniform combination. Will the Bears be sellers at the trade deadline? — @rickcwik16 The 3 p.m. Tuesday trade deadline is quickly approaching, and over the last five years or so we have seen an uptick in deals. But the NFL remains far behind the other major sports in terms of in-season player movement. It would be great if the Bears could add draft capital for 2022. Currently, they are without their first- and fourth-round picks as part of the trade with the New York Giants to draft quarterback Justin Fields. They are also without their seventh-round pick, which they packaged with wide receiver Anthony Miller in a trade with the Houston Texans. That deal netted them the Texans’ fifth-round pick, so the Bears...
    There were few positives to take away from the Chicago Bears’ 38-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 7, and that’s reflected in this week’s Bears mailbag. Brad Biggs takes a swing at questions about Ryan Pace’s and Matt Nagy’s job security, Justin Fields’ body language — and the rarely seen white-on-white uniform combination. Will the Bears be sellers at the trade deadline? — @rickcwik16 The 3 p.m. Tuesday trade deadline is quickly approaching, and over the last five years or so we have seen an uptick in deals. But the NFL remains far behind the other major sports in terms of in-season player movement. It would be great if the Bears could add draft capital for 2022. Currently, they are without their first- and fourth-round picks as part of the trade with the New York Giants to draft quarterback Justin Fields. They are also without their seventh-round pick, which they packaged with wide receiver Anthony Miller in a trade with the Houston Texans. That deal netted them the Texans’ fifth-round pick, so the Bears...
    The 25 greatest villain names of all time What you need to know to avoid utility bill scams Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers doesn't feel bad for trash talking Chicago Bears fans during Sunday's game. Rodgers shouted "I own you" to the Chicago fans after running in a touchdown to put the game away. Rodgers didn't plan to utter those words when he scored, but he's not taking them back either. Rodgers told The Pat McAfee Show he feels he's had good success against the Bears over his career.  Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The key part of the conversation reads: "When I got down on my knee, and I looked up, all I could see and hear was obscenities. And I don't know, it just spur of the moment hit my mind ... I didn't plan on telling the crowd that I own them. I think based on the statistical reference of my career, win percentage down there and against them, definitely our teams have done some good things." Rodgers isn't taking...
    Aaron Rodgers dropped the hammer on fans of the Chicago Bears during a 24-14 Sunday win. Late in the fourth quarter, the star quarterback scrambled for a touchdown, and it was after the play when the fireworks really started. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Rodgers shouted at the fans “I still own you” and the audio was luckily picked up on the TV mics. Watch the incredible moment below. BAD MAN. @AaronRodgers12 ????: #GBvsCHI on FOX ????: NFL app pic.twitter.com/lHghsq962t — NFL (@NFL) October 17, 2021 I’m not sure how Chicago comes back from a moment like this. When your most hated rival scrambles for a TD and then shouts “I still own you,” it’s a very tough look. In fact, it’s about as tough as it can get. “We’ve had a lot of big wins over the years… I have a lot of respect for the fans, but it’s always fun beating the Bears.”@AaronRodgers12 is satisfied with the @packers win and stands by his “owning the Bears” comment. pic.twitter.com/RJ9cIMZHIz — FOX...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Chicago Bears will face off against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday in their season home opener.It's a special return for the Bears and it's expected to be extremely busy. The team is asking fans to prepare for that and arrive early.Parking lots will open at 8 a.m. and gates open at 10 a.m. The Bears are expecting delays for fans arriving after 11 a.m.RELATED: Bears legend Steve 'Mongo' McMichael accepts ALS Courage Award during Walk for Life eventThere are also free vaccinations being offered at Soldier Field in partnership with Advocate Aurora Health. That will be at the Miller Lite Fan Zone in the Stadium Green at the southeast corner outside of Soldier Field from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Nn appointment or game ticket needed.Aside of that, the Chicago Bears are just happy to be back home and they're asking for the fans help in this one.2021 Chicago Bears full schedule released by NFLOnly mobile tickets are being accepted and you have to wear a mask indoors.
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Fans kicked off the 2021 Meijer Chicago Bears Family Fest outside Soldier Field Tuesday morning.The Gidley family from Hebron, Indiana couldn't wait."I'm thinking of spending time with my family and watching the Bears," Bears fan Vance Gidley said."We're the best big fans... because we love the Bears," said fan Kaylie Gidley.Last year family fest was canceled during the pandemic....but the team brought it back this yearIt's filled with live music and even pony rides for the littlest fans."This means a lot to us," Jessica Gidley said. "We've been wanting to go to this for years and without having this last year, we've been looking forward to it this year."The festivities outside Soldier Field are just a warm up for what diehards really came to see: the team.Some are setting the bar high."Hopefully a Super Bowl," said fan Elijah Keller. "Go Justin Fields by the way."The Bears family fest followed by a one and a half hour team practice. Many feel it's an escape back to normalcy."With everything going on with COVID, I was kind of scared to...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — “For us as players and coaches today marks a pretty cool time where the fans can come back to practice. You kinda feel the juice and the energy.” Bears head coach Matt Nagy is fired up to have some fans back at training camp Thursday morning. READ MORE: Jussie Smollett Can Keep Attorney Who Spoke To Witnesses In Criminal Case, But Other Lawyers Must Cross-Examine Osundairo Brothers It’s the first of 14 practices when spectators are allowed past the hallowed gates of Halas Hall. Unlike in years past when camp was in Bourbonnais, it’s limited capacity and no player autographs because of COVID. READ MORE: 16-Year-Old Charged In 2 Carjackings In Chicagos Douglas Neighborhood Scary hours. ???? pic.twitter.com/1GkJ6yCwCx — Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) July 29, 2021 MORE NEWS: Larry Scott, 32 Charged In May 1 Murder Of Travis Willis In West Pullman
    CHICAGO (CBS) — After playing without fans in the stands last year due to the pandemic, the Chicago Bears are preparing to return to full capacity at Soldier Field for the 2021 season. “Your patience and loyalty over the past 15 months is appreciated. We are thankful and humbled by the unwavering passion you have shared with us. Once again, it’s time to enjoy Bears football in-person!” Bears President & CEO Ted Phillips wrote in a letter to season ticket holders. READ MORE: Phishing Scams Linked To IDES On The Rise Fully vaccinated fans won’t have to wear masks at Soldier Field, but those who haven’t been vaccinated will be encouraged to wear masks. Hand sanitizing stations will be provided throughout the stadium, and officials will regularly deep clean and disinfect all high-touchpoint areas at Soldier Field, according to the letter. READ MORE: How Does Chicago’s New Speed Camera Ticketing Rule Compare To Other Cities? Soldier Field also will use a new touchless entry process for the season, meaning fans won’t ave to remove phones and keys before going through...
    Chicago Bears fans are without question going to be jacked up when they see Justin Fields in the team’s full jersey for the first time.  As soon as it was revealed that the Chicago Bears were trading up in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, fans were praying to the football Gods they’d take Justin Fields. That indeed ended up happening with Ryan Pace grabbing the former Ohio State standout with the No. 11 overall pick. Now, the Bears finally have a signal-caller of the future to be excited about. While Andy Dalton may end up starting Week 1, this is Fields’ team for the long haul. That’s why Chicago supporters will be jacked up to see him in full uniform for the first time. Justin Fields in his Bears uniform and No. 1 jersey (via @ChicagoBears) pic.twitter.com/FmSIPFnKHD — Chris Emma (@CEmma670) June 15, 2021 Justin Fields looks nothing short of sensational in a Chicago Bears uniformPeople all over the Windy City must be ready to run through a wall. After the Mitchell Trubisky experiment couldn’t have gone...
    CHICAGO -- The Chicago Bears came into the season determined to show they're more like the team that won the NFC North in 2018 than the one that missed the playoffs a year ago.The Bears won back-to-back games to start a season for the first time in seven years, denying the Giants their first victory under new coach Joe Judge at Soldier Field on Sunday. The final score was 17-13 for the home team.The team and the city of Chicago are holding firm to their decision not to allow fans at Soldier Field for the start of the season.EMBED More News Videos The Chicago Bears and the city are holding firm to their decision not to have fans in the stands at Sunday's home opener. Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the team reiterated that stance again on Friday ahead of this weekend's home opener."Having a conversation about throwing hundreds of people into a venue like Soldier Field when we are still seeing an uptick in cases is not responsible," Mayor Lightfoot said. "Now, it doesn't mean we can't plan for contingencies,...
    CHICAGO -- The Chicago Bears came into the season determined to show they're more like the team that won the NFC North in 2018 than the one that missed the playoffs a year ago.The Bears aim to win back-to-back games to start a season for the first time in seven years and deny the Giants their first victory under new coach Joe Judge when New York visits Soldier Field on Sunday.The team and the city of Chicago are holding firm to their decision not to allow fans at Soldier Field for the start of the season.EMBED More News Videos The Chicago Bears and the city are holding firm to their decision not to have fans in the stands at Sunday's home opener. Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the team reiterated that stance again on Friday ahead of this weekend's home opener."Having a conversation about throwing hundreds of people into a venue like Soldier Field when we are still seeing an uptick in cases is not responsible," Mayor Lightfoot said. "Now, it doesn't mean we can't plan for contingencies, but we've got...
    CHICAGO -- The Chicago Bears came into the season determined to show they're more like the team that won the NFC North in 2018 than the one that missed the playoffs a year ago.The Bears aim to win back-to-back games to start a season for the first time in seven years and deny the Giants their first victory under new coach Joe Judge when New York visits Soldier Field on Sunday.The team and the city of Chicago are holding firm to their decision not to allow fans at Soldier Field for the start of the season.EMBED More News Videos The Chicago Bears and the city are holding firm to their decision not to have fans in the stands at Sunday's home opener. Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the team reiterated that stance again on Friday ahead of this weekend's home opener."Having a conversation about throwing hundreds of people into a venue like Soldier Field when we are still seeing an uptick in cases is not responsible," Mayor Lightfoot said. "Now, it doesn't mean we can't plan for contingencies, but we've got...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Chicago Bears and the city are holding firm to their decision not to allow fans at Soldier Field for at least the start of the football season.The Bears announced in mid-August that they would not have fans in the stands due to the COVID-19 pandemic.No fans allowed at Soldier Field at start of NFL season due to COVID-19In a statement, the Bears said they worked with Soldier Field, the Chicago Park District and public health officials to determine whether a plan for fans that followed city, state, CDC and NFL guidelines could be developed to allow a limited number of fans at Bears games."After discussing the draft plan with city health officials, the Bears and the City of Chicago agreed the health metrics show that it is not the right time to welcome fans back to Soldier Field," the team said in a statement. "The health and safety of the city's residents and fans of the Bears will always take priority."Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the team reiterated that stance again on Friday."Having a conversation about throwing...
    The chairman of the Chicago Bears is confident that Soldier Field could host fans later on this season. The 2020 NFL season has finally arrived, but it won’t have the same pomp and circumstance like we’ve seen in years past. That’s all due to the ongoing presence of the coronavirus in the United States. Given the need for social distancing, many teams have heeded the advice of local government and public health officials and opted against having fans attend games. One of the teams that won’t have fans at the start of the season are the Chicago Bears, but they are expressing optimism that that can change later in the near future. While speaking with the local media on Thursday, Bears chairman George McCasky said he’s “very optimistic” that fans can be allowed to enter Soldier Field soon and that the team has created a plan to send to the city of Chicago. However, McCaskey stressed that he won’t be pushing for fans to return too quickly, because safety is their number one priority. “We’re not gonna push for fans....
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Bears' fan experience will look a lot different this year.The Chicago Bears announced Monday they will not welcome fans back to Soldier Field for the football season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.In a statement, the Bears said they worked with Soldier Field, the Chicago Park District and public health officials to determine whether a plan for fans that followed city, state, CDC and NFL guidelines could be developed to allow a limited number of fans at Bears games."After discussing the draft plan with city health officials, the Bears and the City of Chicago agreed the health metrics show that it is not the right time to welcome fans back to Solider Field," the team said in a statement. "The health and safety of the city's residents and fans of the Bears will always take priority."Illinois reports 1,773 new coronavirus cases, 12 deaths"The team and City will continue to monitor the environment and believe there can be a sound plan to bring fans back to Solider Field once it is deemed safe and appropriate," the statement continued....
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Chicago Bears announced Monday they will not welcome fans back to Soldier Field for the football season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.In a statement, the Bears said they worked with Soldier Field, the Chicago Park District and public health officials to determine whether a plan for fans that followed city, state, CDC and NFL guidelines could be developed to allow a limited number of fans at Bears games."After discussing the draft plan with city health officials, the Bears and the City of Chicago agreed the health metrics show that it is not the right time to welcome fans back to Solider Field," the team said in a statement. "The health and safety of the city's residents and fans of the Bears will always take priority."Illinois reports 1,773 new coronavirus cases, 12 deaths"The team and City will continue to monitor the environment and believe there can be a sound plan to bring fans back to Solider Field once it is deemed safe and appropriate," the statement continued. "Until then, Bears home games will not include in-person fans."...
    Former Real Housewives stars: Where are they now? How to Vet a Neighborhood Before Moving Chicago Bears announce that season will begin without fans at Soldier Field Like most NFL cities, attending games is a huge event. It’s even more of a big deal in the Midwest, where football games are a way of life. The Chicago Bears are the most-watched team in one of the biggest cities in the United States, and there will be no fans in Soldier Field to start this season. The Bears announced on Monday night that after plenty of effort this summer to figure out a way to let crowds into Soldier Field, the decision was made that no fans will be allowed in. For now.Bears: No fans for nowThe Bears’ announcement came at an odd time, at about 6:30 p.m. local time on a Monday. The team announced that health metrics showed “it is not the right time to welcome back fans to Soldier Field.” That decision was made after the Bears, Soldier Field’s management partner, the Chicago Park District and public...
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