Adam L. Jahns “Inside the Huddle” columns runs in game-day editions of the Chicago Sun-Times.
The hardest part about Adam Shaheen’s jump from small-college football to the NFL isn’t the bigger, faster players. It’s Wednesdays.
On paper, the Steelers vs. Bears matchup on Sunday looks like a gimme.
In the latest Halas Intrigue podcast, the Sun-Times’ Patrick Finley breaks down three factors in watch in Sunday’s Bears-Steelers game:
The Chicago Sun-Times’ experts offer their predictions for the Bears’ matchup against the Steelers in Week 3.
“We just have to go out there and attack like we try to do every week,” Cooper said. “We’re not going to sit back scared of anybody.”
Guard Kyle Long and cornerback Prince Amukamara were full practice participants Thursday.
The Bears special teams coordinator has shown the Bears clips of each player picking up a rolling punt and returning it for a touchdown.
In the Dolphins’ season opener last week, Cutler was 24 of 34 for 230 yards and a touchdown to help Miami beat the Los Angeles Chargers.
Since being drafted in the first round by the Giants in 2011, he has appeared in all 16 games only once in his career because of injuries.
In Chicago, he’s known as the $18.5 million placeholder. In Pittsburgh, he’s commonly referred to as the “Steelers Killer.”
In the latest Halas Intrigue, the Sun-Times’ Patrick Finley examines the best time for the Bears to start rookie Mitch Trubisky:
In the most pedestrian measurable known to modern analytics — fantasy football — Mike Glennon barely exists. No, seriously.
It’s hard to believe the Trestman era once was filled with hope, but on that night, Trestman was making general manager Phil Emery look like a genius.
Will the Bears consider playing rookie Mitch Trubisky at all?