1. Chicago Bulls' Seven Must-See Games in 2010-11

    With the new schedule released, it's time to circle your calendars and start looking forward to the best the NBA has to offer...

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  2. NFC North: 10 Biggest Offseason Acquisitions

    There's only a few days left before the NFC North teams begin their thrilling preseason schedules, but I wanted to bring everyone up to speed on the biggest moves that have already been made to each team's roster...

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  3. Brett Favre Retires (Again): Five Best Seasons for Number Four

    It's almost time for the NFL to kick off another season, which can only mean one thing: Brett Favre is retiring. Or, wait a minute, maybe he's coming back? No, apparently he is retiring...

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  4. Chicago Bears: Dude, Let's Go (Pro) Bowling

    The reason NFL teams report to training camp is to begin preparation for what they hope will be a Super Bowl season. That's what we're about to embark on in the next few days across the NFL world...

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  5. Chicago Bears 2010 Fantasy Outlook: What's Your Fantasy?

    Rapper Ludacris wants to know: What's your fantasy? I'd like to know, as a Chicago Bears enthusiast, what their fantasy football appeal is with just days left before training camp opens...

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  6. Sweet Dreams for Chicago Cubs' Sweet Lou: Piniella to Retire at Season's End

    Let the speculation begin. Lou Piniella will retire at season's end, meaning there will be no shortage of rumors swirling around Wrigley Field in regards to their new manager...

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  7. Chicago Bulls Remain Busy: C.J. Watson to The Windy City

    The Chicago Bulls have added another significant player in their quest to move up in the Eastern Conference...

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  8. Mike Martz in Chicago: How Will He Change the Bears' Offense?

    Along with the fact that the Los Angeles Clippers will always be terrible and the Northwestern Wildcats will never make a trip to the NCAA tournament, there remains one constant in the world of sports: The Chicago Bears offense will not be a juggernaut...

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  9. Three Players That Could Be On The Chicago Bulls' Radar, Post-LeBron

    LeBron James finally ended the suspense. He will not be joining the Chicago Bulls next season. Rather than wallow in my own tears, I wanted to offer up three possible free-agents the Chicago Bulls can go after...

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  10. The NBA: Where Monopolies Happen

    So now what? What do we, the non-Heat fans of the world, do now? We just lost a chance at the best free agent available in the history of the NBA, and perhaps the world of sports...

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  11. NBA Free Agency 2010: Depression Hits the City of Chicago

    Well, that was a major kick in the you-know-what. Dwyane Wade will not be a Chicago Bull. Ditto for Chris Bosh...

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  12. Chicago Bears Will Need to Be 'Special' Again in 2010

    Lost in the shuffle of a busy offseason and a disappointing 2009 season is one of the Chicago Bears' primary weapons—the special teams. I know, I know...

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  13. Chicago Bears' Offseason From A-Z

    With a little less than three months before the Bears' first preseason game, I wanted to break down the Bears' 2010 offseason so far, from an A-to-Z perspective...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about over 4 years ago 1,105 reads 16 comments

  14. A Championship in Chicago: Thank You, Blackhawks

    49 years. That's how long the Blackhawks had to wait in between championships. But with their dramatic overtime victory in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals, the wait is over...

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  15. Chicago Cubs Off to Lackluster Start: A Close Look at 25-Player Roster, Part II

    At 26-31 and 6.5 games out of first place in the NL Central, the Chicago Cubs are certainly still in the race for the playoffs—after all, it's only June...

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  16. Bears' Tight End Greg Olsen Takes The High Road This Offseason

    Too many times in the NFL and sports in general, we hear about players fussing and feuding with their general managers, coaches, teammates, etc. about being appreciated or, "feeling the love" that they think they warrant...

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  17. Five Chicago Bears Primed for Big 2010-11 Seasons

    It's a quiet time in the NFL, but it's never too early to look at key players for the upcoming season. The Chicago Bears are at a crossroads, and the entire coaching staff could be on the chopping block if the team's fortunes don't improve...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about over 4 years ago 1,865 reads 5 comments

  18. Danieal Manning to Stay With Chicago Bears: Where Will He Play?

    NFL coaches want plenty of options for their teams, and Bears Head Coach Lovie Smith now has that for his defensive backfield. Yesterday, safety Danieal Manning signed a one-year tender offer he received from the Bears, an offer that will pay him $1...

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  19. The Summer of LeBron: What His Future Means To The Eastern Conference

    It's a glorious time to be an NBA fan. The playoffs, of course, are about to get really good, with two enticing series about to kick off. But I'll save the Suns/Lakers and Magic/Celtics commentary for another day...

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  20. Bears' Linebacker Lance Briggs, an Underrated Star

    Seven years ago, 67 players had been selected by NFL teams in the 2003 draft. The 68th pick would belong to the Chicago Bears. The third round doesn't always excite an NFL fan base, as the big names (and big dollars) had already been selected...

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  21. An Updated Look at The Chicago Bears' Defensive Depth Chart

    The Chicago Bears have been busy over the past several days, tweaking their roster—especially their defense—in the hopes of erasing a dismal 7-9 season...

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  22. So Far in 2010, Marlon Byrd Is the Word for the Chicago Cubs

    When your top offseason acquisition is a hitting coach, you know it was a quiet winter. But Cubs outfielder Marlon Byrd is doing his best to get people talking about him—rather than hitting coach Rudy Jaramillo...

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  23. After Forgettable Season, Chicago Bulls Look To Bigger, Better Things

    As expected, the Cleveland Cavaliers made quick work of the Chicago Bulls, eliminating them in five games of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals...

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  24. Sending Carlos Zambrano to The Cubs' Bullpen is a Ludicrous Move

    In one of the more bizarre moves you'll read about, the Cubs announced today that Opening Day starter Carlos Zambrano will be moved to the bullpen. Zambrano, 1-2 with a 7...

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  25. 2010 NFL Draft: 5 Picks That Make Sense for the Chicago Bears

    Not that you needed any reminder, but the NFL Draft is in two days. ESPN has got you covered with wall-to-wall analysis, player profiles, and enough hair gel (Mel Kiper) to make Uncle Jesse from Full House jealous...

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