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Zach Miller: Time has come to move on from football

Zach Miller said last week that he had not ruled out an attempt to return to playing football after the severe knee injury that halted his career in 2017, but knew he’d have to make a call one way or another in the near future. Decision day came on Tuesday and Miller won’t be trying [more]

Isaiah Irving, Roy Robertson-Harris sign tenders

The Bears announced defensive end Roy Robertson-Harris and linebacker Isaiah Irving signed their tenders Monday. Both were exclusive rights free agents. Robertson-Harris, 25, has played 29 games the past two seasons, making 34 tackles, five sacks and three pass breakups. He missed his rookie season of 2016 on the non-football illness list after a serious [more]

Cameron Jordan won’t get Week One matchup he wants

The NFL is set to release the 2019 schedule soon and some players are giving thought to what they’d like to see on their plate this year. Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan is one of those players and he knows that he doesn’t want an NFC Championship Game rematch to open up the season. Jordan [more]

Bears sign Elliott Fry

The Bears signed kicker Elliott Fry to a three-year contract Friday, the team announced. He joins Redford Jones and Chris Blewitt on the roster as the Bears try to replace Cody Parkey. Chicago worked out Caleb Sturgis, Younghoe Koo and Nick Rose earlier this week. Fry, 24, played four seasons at South Carolina from 2013-16 [more]

Nate Davis makes the pre-draft rounds

UNC Charlotte offensive lineman Nate Davis is generating plenty of attention in the days preceding the 2019 draft. Per a league source, Davis will rack up a total of 10 pre-draft visits. He either has visited or will visit the Rams, Vikings, Panthers, Titans, Bills, Bears, Washington, Falcons, Jaguars, and Patriots. The six-three, 311-pound Davis, [more]

Miles Sanders drawing lots of interest

Penn State running back Miles Sanders is a popular man. He has visits with five teams and workouts with eight others. He has traveled to or will travel to Philadelphia, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Buffalo, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Sanders also will workout for the Bears as well as the Texans, Cowboys, [more]

Report: Bears do not plan to sign a kicker from tryouts today

The Bears worked out more kickers Wednesday, but they do not plan to sign any of them at the moment, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Caleb Sturgis (pictured), Younghoe Koo and Nick Rose kicked for the Bears during this round of tryouts. The Bears also have worked out Josh Gable, Ernesto Lacayo, Austin [more]

Caleb Sturgis working out for Bears

We heard last week that the Bears were going to work out a pair of kickers who became free agents when the Alliance of American Football shut its doors, but their search for more reliable work at the position won’t stop there. Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports that Caleb Sturgis will be showing [more]

Zach Miller hasn’t ruled out attempt to return to football

Zach Miller was honored by the Bears on Tuesday as the recipient of their 2018 Ed Block Courage Award in recognition of the work he’s done to get back to health after a severe knee injury in October 2017. Miller suffered a dislocated knee and torn popliteal artery while trying to make a touchdown catch [more]

Jack Del Rio: Raiders traded a future Hall of Famer

Jack Del Rio wasn’t in Oakland when the Raiders selected Khalil Mack, but Del Rio got there soon enough to see Mack make two of his first three All-Pro honors and three of four Pro Bowls. Del Rio coached Mack in 2015-17. Mack had 36.5 of his 53 sacks in Del Rio’s three seasons in [more]

Bears think safety swap can be a “win-win”

The Bears likely knew they were going to lose safety Adrian Amos this offseason, after drafting and developing him. But their disappointment in losing a talented young player was mitigated by finding an only slightly less young safety who is ready to prove himself for several reasons. Via J.J. Stankevitz of NBC Sports Chicago, the [more]

Bears’ search for a kicker continues

The Bears’ search for a kicker continues with two more tryouts scheduled for Wednesday. Chicago will workout former AAF kickers Younghoe Koo and Nick Rose, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Another AAF kicker, Elliott Fry, also could get a look, Biggs adds. The Bears cut Cody Parkey last month. They have tried out [more]

Rashaad Coward signs ERFA tender with Bears

Offensive lineman Rashaad Coward was left with a fairly easy decision once the Bears tendered him as an exclusive rights free agent this offseason. Coward could sign the tender and play out the year with Chicago or he could opt to not play as the Bears owned his rights by virtue of tendering him the [more]

Anthony Miller: Chicago hasn’t seen how I can play yet

Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller had shoulder surgery in January and the hope is that it solved a recurring problem from his rookie season. Miller dislocated his left shoulder in September and was able to keep playing after doctors popped it back into place, but the problem would repeat itself several times over the course [more]

Tax attorney sentenced to three years in jail for filing false returns, stealing from Antrel Rolle

A Sacramento area tax attorney was sentenced to three years in jail after pleading guilty to filing falsified tax returns in the name of former NFL safety Antrel Rolle. According to Bloomberg, Hiram M. Martin of Fair Oaks, Calif., was given a maximum 36-month sentence and ordered to repay $1,223,480 in restitution. Martin reportedly filed [more]

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