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Chicago Bears

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Chicago bearsThe Chicago Beaars have made changes this season, which include the entire offensive backfield, four of the five line, as well as putting in a new head coach, rookie Lovie Smith and new coordinators. In other news, linebacker Warrick Holdman has moved to the Cleveland Browns, defensive end Phillip Daniels has moved to the Washington Redskins and wide receiver Dez White has moved to the Atlanta Falcons. On the other hand, the right hand side of the offensive line looks better with John Tait at tackle and Ruben Brown at guard.

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Last season (2003 regular season) saw come in at third in the North Division standings of the NFC, having lost nine games and won seven, with a .438 percentage. The Chicago Bears are a National Football League (NFL) team based in Chicago, Illinois. They are in the North Division of the National Football Conference (NFC). The Chicago Bears were founded by George Halas in 1920, who maintained the team till his death in 1983 and is still owned by his family until now, his grandson (Michael McCaskey) is running the team now.

 Halas coached the team on and off for forty seasons, an NFL record .Formed in 1920 the team was first named Decatur Staleys and played in the American Professional Football Association (APFA), the team then changed it's name to the Chicago Staleys a year later(1920) and during that year they won one League Championship. In 1922 the team joined the National Football League (NFL), in the NFL they have won the League Championships (Super Bowl) eight times (1932,1933, 1940, 1941, 1943, 1946, 1963 and 1985(Superbowl XX)). The Chicago Bears have won three Conference Championships (1956 (WFC), 1963 (WFC) and 1985 (NFC)), fifteen Division Championships (eight in the (NFL west) and seven in (NFC Central)) and have appeared in the playoffs twenty three times since 1932. The team Stadium (Soldier Field) is situated in Chicago, Illinois and has a seating capacity of 66,944.


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Bears sign Gould-en kicker to five-year NFL deal
AFP - 10 hours ago
CHICAGO (AFP) — Robbie Gould, who has made nearly 85 percent of his field goals in three seasons with the Chicago Bears, was signed to a five-year contract ...
Bears kicker Gould signs new five-year deal
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NFL Notebook: Bears make Gould highest-paid kicker Salisbury Post
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Ditka to discuss medical care plan for retired NFL players
USA Today - 37 minutes ago
CHICAGO (AP) — Former Chicago Bears Hall of Famers Mike Ditka and Gale Sayers are scheduled to announce a plan for doctors to donate medical care to retired ...

Winnipeg gets the 'no vacancy' sign ready
National Post, Canada - 20 hours ago
What doesn't excite Taman, however, is the "Chicago Bears syndrome." It is a relatively new football disease that was discovered right after the 2007 Super ...

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NFL | Bears decide to cut safety Adam Archuleta
Seattle Times, United States - May 7, 2008
Chicago coach Lovie Smith said at an NFL combine in February that the Bears did not plan to cut Archuleta. "Adam, just like some more of our players, ...
Bears release veteran safety Archuleta - NFL ESPN
Bears release S Archuleta National Post
Bears release safety Archuleta
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