Ray McDonald's second chance with the Chicago Bears went only 62 days before he landed in police custody again Monday morning. Now, McDonald's third arrest in the last nine months leaves his status with the team in jeopardy and forces the new regime to contend with an unreciprocated trust in McDonald's vow to end his legal troubles.
Ray McDonald's second chance with the Chicago Bears lasted only 62 days before he landed in police custody again Monday. His second arrest in the last nine months prompted the new regime to release him Monday afternoon.
Two people familiar with the situation tell The Associated Press that Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension for his role in the deflated footballs scandal won't be heard by Wednesday's 10-day deadline.
Tim Jennings gasped and bent forward, a series of post-practice sprints leaving him spent. The Bears' voluntary April minicamp had just finished and the 31-year-old cornerback was intent on getting in some extra conditioning.
When Michael Peters had to give up football because his vision was so bad he couldn’t focus on the ball he decided to become an optometrist. His work with athletes, including those who play for the Carolina Hurricanes and Durham Bulls, has helped him come up with guidelines to diagnose and treat the damage caused by concussions.
The National Football League introduced a rules change this week that has folks all aflutter, mainly because it's the offseason and people are willing to talk about Deflategate or, if you prefer, Ballghazi, only so long. As a former player in the NFL, I've been recruited to offer some guidance.