Professional sports has another kind of paywall--salary caps. They limit how much teams can spend on player salaries and can make it difficult for sports teams to change things up or keep them the same. So when players become free agents and head onto the sports market, things can get a bit nutty.
Marion Barber's two late blunders opened the door for another Tim Tebow comeback.First, the Chicago Bears backup tailback ran out of bounds late in regulation when Denver had no timeouts, stopping the clock and eventually giving Tebow enough time to lead the Broncos to a game-tying field goal.And la
Sunday was Caleb Hanie's second chance to start at quarterback for the Chicago Bears. After the team’s embarrassing 10-3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, however, the question is will there be another? It doesn’t look like Jay Cutler will be back in the regular season.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was in a pretty good groove; that was until he broke his thumb. The offense felt balanced, the team was riding a five-game winning streak and the table seemed set for backup quarterback Caleb Hanie. However, the results were mixed.
Overshadowed by Jay Cutler's injury during yesterday's game was Devin Hester's brilliant acting turn on ESPN's NFL Countdown. ESPN's Kenny Mayne came to town last week to shoot a sketch for the pre-game broadcast.And guess who they called? That's right, Kate James!
The world of Chicago sports had its ups and downs over the weekend: The Cubs named Dale Sveum as the new manager, the Blackhawks lost twice and the Bears won their fifth-straight game with a victory against San Diego Chargers.