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  1. 2007 Packer Schedule

    Ah, missed one, I thought it strange....
  2. 2007 Packer Schedule

    it is the same schedule the Bears have minus one game....pack play the eagles and the bears play the saints...every other opponent is the same....
  3. Kiper's first round mock...

    Mario Willliams over Reggie Bush...
  4. Kiper's first round mock...

    Mandarich over Barry Sanders ranks right up there!!
  5. LB Briggs ready to sit out season

    Problem is he turned down a 6 year 33 million dollar offer from the Bears last spring....What does Lance Briggs really want..??...
  6. LB Briggs ready to sit out season

    He said he is still willing to sit out but he is not against getting something done.
  7. LB Briggs ready to sit out season

    Briggs is on local radio here in Chicago. He says he is willing to get something worked out. Backed down from his statments saying he would not play another down for the Chicago Bears.
  8. LB Briggs ready to sit out season

  9. Sean Payton...Hammered

    Guaranteed it will be on youtube.com
  10. Sean Payton...Hammered

    NBC Chicago just showed Payton hammered? Appeared that way at least. They cut the segment short and said what happens in Miami, stays in Miami. Go Bears!!!!!!
  11. Cowboys / Seahawks game thread

    Romo is done....
  12. Tank Johnson...

    I know how everyone likes links so here it is: http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?section=local&id=4857395 Man arrested at Tank Johnson's house murdered in Chicago club By Michelle Gallardo December 16, 2006 - A man was shot to death early Saturday at a River North nightclub was the same man who was arrested during a raid this week at the Gurnee home of the Bears Tank Johnson. The medical examiner has confirmed the man shot to death is in fact 26-year-old William Posy from Gurnee. People may remember that William Posy was recently identified as Bears defensive lineman tank Johnson's bodyguard. He was arrested on Thursday for drug possession after a raid on Johnson's Gurnee home and was released on a $1,000 bond. There is no word on why he was shot. Police say that he was shot in the back after a fight broke out inside Ice Bar on North Clark Street. It is not known whether he was actually the intended target. There has been speculation that Johnson was at the club, but left as soon as the shooting happened. We don t know that to be true. Johnson was seen leaving Northwestern Memorial hospital early Saturday morning. William Posy was 26-years-old and a convicted felon. In 1999 he was arrested for robbing a person at gun point outside a train station. He was convicted of using a handgun and received a six-year sentence, and also had a felony narcotics conviction from that year and did time in the state penitentiary. He had his own room in Tank Johnson's home. It is not clear why Johnson hired a convicted felon as his bodyguard or why he had one to begin with. You will remember Johnson was suspended from playing in this coming Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, because of the weapons charges filed against him as a result of the raid on his home on Thursday. Police are not saying how exactly the shooting developed inside the River North's Ice Bar, but they do say the gunman is on the run and they re still looking for him. Stay with ABC7 news for continuing coverage on t his story.
  13. Tank Johnson...

    I didnt really want to go there but it was what I was getting at....
  14. Tank Johnson...

    According to my local ABC affiliate this morning Willie Posey, the man arrested on drug charges inside of Tank Johnsons house, was shot dead last ngiht in an apparent bar fight in Chicago. The gunman is on the run and they showed footage of Tank leaving the hospital. This is getting stranger by the minute folks.
  15. Chicago's Tank Johnson....

    and this from the Sun Times: Home of Bears' lineman Tank Johnson reportedly raided December 14, 2006 A search warrant reportedly was executed at the home of Chicago Bears’ defensive lineman Tank Johnson Thursday morning. The search warrant was executed at a home on the 400 block of North Delaney Road in Gurnee, according to a release from the Gurnee police department. Entry was made into the home at 10:58 a.m. and the occupants -- a 26-year-old man, a 25-year-old woman and a toddler and an infant -- were secured at 11:04 a.m., the release said. Officers with the Northern Illinois Police Alarm System (NIPSA) assisted in the execution of the warrant. No one was injured in service of the warrant and area residents were not in any danger, the release said. Items sought in the warrant were recovered inside the home, the release said. The nature of the warrant and a description of the items was not being released. The Lake County State’s Attorney’s office will review the matter, according to the release. No charges have been filed in the case, pending review, the release said, though a man was reportedly taken from the home in handcuffs. Gurnee Police Cmdr. Jay Patrick was not available to comment on whether the home was Johnson’s.