In the latest episode of Halas Intrigue, the Chicago Sun-Times’ Patrick Finley examines how the Super Bowl affected Jimmy Garoppolo’s availability, and wonders if the Bears are the favorites to trade for the Patriots quarterback:
Podcast: Did Super Bowl affect Jimmy Garoppolo’s availability?
The closing of the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition on Oct. 30 would have been a sad enough scene in its own right, but the assassination of Mayor Carter Harrison III made the event especially tragic.
The $88 million deal, which includes $63 million for the families of the slain and $25 million for survivors of the shooting, was set to be announced Thursday in Washington, Bakari Sellers, a attorney who helped broker the agreement, told The Associated Press on Thursday.
Through seven games, Mayer’s 414 yards make him the Fighting Irish’s leading receiver by a wide margin.
President Biden also plans to make remarks from the White House, a possible signal that agreement is within reach before he departs for Rome.
A week after the Oct. 21 shooting, accounts and images released in court documents, interviews and social media postings have portrayed much of what happened during the tragedy.
Former Chicago Park District lifeguard supervisor charged with sexually assaulting 16-year-old employee
Mauricio Ramirez, 32, faces felony counts of criminal sexual assault and aggravated criminal sexual abuse.