After three weeks of practice, rookie offensive lineman Teven Jenkins is on his way to join the Chicago Bears’ 53-player active roster.
The Chicago Bulls depth takes another hit as forward Javonte Green enters COVID-19 protocols.
The Bears might’ve done the right thing in plucking Justin Fields in the 2021 NFL Draft, but they haven’t done much right by him since.
Just one of five goaltenders under contract with the Blackhawks is signed beyond this season. He plays in the AHL. What is the long-term plan in net for Chicago?
A Pleasant Surprise: Roquan Smith is Questionable to Play Sunday Despite a Hamstring Injury Minimizing His Availability
Stud LB Roquan Smith went from not practicing, to doing so with limitations on Friday. That puts him as questionable to play on Sunday.
Multiple industry voices are pushing the Cubs to more seriously consider pursuing Carlos Correa.
There will be a football game on Sunday at Soldier Field. The Bears will be involved, and unfortunately, the NFL-best Arizona Cardinals will be as well.
With Justin Fields still recovering from his ribs injury, Andy Dalton will make his fourth start of the season.
Bulls GM Marc Eversley is Expected to Receive “Strong Consideration” for Blazers Top Front Office Vacancy
Hey, at least this means the Bulls have a good front office now, right!?
Blackhawks Injury Report: Tyler Johnson Has Neck Surgery, Connor Murphy Placed in Concussion Protocol
Tyler Johnson, Connor Murphy, and Jujhar Khaira land on the injury report today from the Blackhawks.
It was a wild ride, but I’m very happy to have Hermosillo back in the Cubs picture for at least the open of 2022.
LOL. Get owned, Stephen A. Smith.
Olshey is out after an internal investigation found he violated the organization’s Code of Conduct.
The Chicago Bulls have had their issues holding onto big leads this season.
Cowboys WR Michael Gallup is set to become a free agent at year’s end. He should be on the Chicago Bears’ radar.
Marc-André Fleury has his goalposts to thank for last night’s shootout win for the Blackhawks over the Capitals.
Around the Association: Streaking Suns, Grizzlies Crush OKC, Knicks Sorrow, LeBron COVID-19 Update, More
The Pheonix Suns and the Memphis Grizzlies made history on Thursday night, and the Knicks fan base is swimming in tears this morning.
Cubs Prospect Notes: Prospects Still Grinding, Three Hitters Who Are Just Different, Amaya, Pinango, Draft, More
Gotta love hearing about Cubs prospects who hit the ball as hard as anyone in baseball. That, and much more minor leaguing.
The Cubs were interested in lots of pitchers from the jump, though Stroman was at the top of the list.
The Memphis Grizzlies rolled over Oklahoma City on their way to a franchise-best 152 points and an NBA record 73-point victory.
For the first time since January 10, 2006, the Blackhawks get a win over the Capitals in Washington D.C.
THAT WAS CLOSE.
The Cowboys head to New Orleans to take on the Saints in the Week 13 lid lifter on Thursday Night Football.
The first day of MLB’s lockout featured the expected jawing from the sides. But let’s focus on the issues. Ugh, I already hate this.
According to TSN’s Rick Westhead, the Blackhawks have filed a motion to dismiss Kyle Beach’s negligence lawsuit against the club.
Tonight, the Chicago Blackhawks are in Washington to face Alex Ovechkin and the Capitals.
Cole Kmet’s production is trending in the right direction. So it is good news to see the Note Dame product practice (albeit with limitations).
According to ESPN’s Emily Kaplan, the Blackhawks are undecided about what to do with Marc-André Fleury this season and would consider trading him for the right proposal.
Wow! Bucs Receiver Antonio Brown Will Serve a 3-Game Suspension For “Misrepresenting Vaccination Status”
Finally, the NFL is putting its foot down with real punishments for those who attempt to skirt the league’s COVID policies.
After years of incompetence on the bench, it’s nice to have someone like Donovan running the show.
There will be Turkey-less and crappy halftime show-less football action this evening, but first, let’s take a spin around the NFL!
Might the Cubs already be one of the two most serious Carlos Correa suitors?
The Arizona Cardinals dropped a mini-documentary sharing behind-the-scenes stories of Dennis Green’s epic post-MNF rant. And it’s delightful.