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Hester looks to rebound.

If day one of training camp for the Bears is any sign, expect Devin Hester to be lining up opposite Brandon Marshall as the #2 receiver. Coming off of his lowest season of offensive production in his career Hester expects to rebound in Mike Tice's new Offense. Wide Receivers coach, Darryl Drake says Hester is coming into his own, "in everyway possible, route running, everything. You just see it in everythin ...

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The Case for Garza

The Cubs are clearly looking toward the future. Looking to make deals to cut payroll and bolster the minor league system. Dempster looks to be on his way out, Soriano has a price that nobody seems to want to pay and Garza would look good anywhere seeing that hes had success in the AL and NL but of all the tradable veterans on this team Garza is the one I would keep. When the Cubs traded for Garza I, along w ...

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Chicago Bears’ 7-Round Draft Board

In the 2012 NFL offseason, the Chicago Bears have undoubtedly been among the most active in signing and trading players. The arrival of GM Phil Emery has brought new hopes to the face of Chicago, and ended the tenure of Jerry Angelo for the Bears. The wideout, cornerback and offensive line position has been seemingly patched up with multiple overall signings. Depth has been added, along with the superstar r ...

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Derrick Rose Hits Game-Winner to sink the Lakers on Opening Day

The Chicago Bulls looked to make a statement in the Staples Center early in the game, on Christmas Day, against Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and the L.A. Lakers after an extra-long off-season. The Bulls took advantage of the absence of Andrew Bynum and their offense allowed them to cruise to a 56-49 lead at the end of the first half. However, in the third quarter, the Lakers' defense held the Bulls to 12 points a ...

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Presidential Orders: 10 Things Barack Obama Should Do to Help the Chicago Bulls

SATIRE — The Chicago Bulls have a fan sitting in the highest office in the land.  And as we have seen by the President poking fun at the L.A. Lakers for giving up a win against his Bulls team, he seems to be a true and blue fan. This might make us wonder, what are some of the potential advantages to having such a powerful fan of your team in the White House? Bail Out... Luol Deng's Contract? Perhaps the Pre ...

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