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Michael Richardson, who played for one of the greatest single-season NFL teams of all time, has been charged with murder in Arizona on Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2020. The Arizona Republic said authorities responded to a shooting at an intersection in Phoenix on Tuesday, Dec 29. When they arrived on the scene, police found Ronald Like…

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Gale Sayers, universally considered one of the greatest running backs in NFL history and a Chicago Bears legend, passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020, after a long battle with dementia. He was 77. Sayers is hailed in Chicago for his humanity and spectacular exploits on the football field. He was so electrifying that he…

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Many people are wondering what NFL star Charles Leno Jr. is thinking today. The Chicago Bears’ offensive tackle proposed to his girlfriend live on national television this past Sunday, and just days later the woman’s old racist social media posts went viral on social media. Charles Leno, a 27-year-old Oakland, California, native, got engaged to his girlfriend of…

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As temperatures heat up in Chicago, so does the violence. It roils neighborhoods, with youngsters and innocent bystanders caught in the crossfire. Echelon Media Sports and the Chicago Bears have a plan to get kids motivated, give them hope, and positive alternatives. Recently, some of the Chicago Bears players came out to a two-day summer camp to spread knowledge and training…

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David Bass, displayed his philanthropic work recently at a pro-football summer camp in Chicago. The NFL player took the initiative to train and mentor several inner-city kids ages 7 to 15, to teach them about the extensive training professional players have to undergo. Many hovered around Bass in admiration as he connected with the kids. He talked to rolling out about…

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Ray McDonald has got to be the most less than smart player in the NFL right now. Who gets arrested three days after being arrested on domestic violence charges? Someone please give this man a hug and a compass so he can know how many feet it takes to violate a restraining order. According to a…

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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has been fined for allegedly using the “N-word.” According to Fox Sports, Kaepernick used the racial slur after exchanging words with Lamarr Houston of the Chicago Bears. After the two players exchanged words, Kaepernick was penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct. The NFL eventually fined Kaepernick $11,000 for using the slur. Kaepernick,…

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Recently, some of Chicago’s elite came out for “An Evening With the Israel Idonije Foundation” event held at the Trump International Hotel’s Grand Ballroom and Foyer. The purpose of the event was to celebrate the Israel Idonije Foundation’s mission and successes. Hennessy and Michigan Avenue Magazine partnered with IIF for this year’s fundraiser support of…

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Former Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears’ wide receiver Sam Hurd, 28,  was sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in a drug ring on Nov. 13. Hurd pleaded guilty to drug trafficking back in April. While no other Cowboy or Bears’ players are known to have been charged in connection with the case,…

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We’ve wrapped up week 3 in the NFL and are left with some smiling Fantasy Football owners, along with some unhappy campers.  There were some great match-ups this week.  The Bears, Chiefs, Saints, Patriots, Dolphins, and Broncos are leading the league with an impressive 3-0 start.  While others such as the NYG, Redskins, Steelers, and Vikings…

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Former Chicago Bears All-Pro linebacker, Brian Urlacher, announced his retirement from the NFL via Twitter on Wednesday. Urlacher, 34, played all 13 seasons of his career for Chicago, earning numerous honors including Defensive Player of the Year in 2005 and Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2000. Urlacher was selected for 8 Pro Bowls. It…

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Chicago Bears J’Marcus Webb celebrate opening ceremonies of the 45th Annual Special Olympics Spring Games at Soldier Field Thousands of athletes, spectators and volunteers marched Soldier Field to celebrate the official opening of the 45th annual Special Olympics Spring Games, on May 7 . Chicago Bears offensive tackle J’Marcus Webb served as Honorary Coach for…

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