Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith reacts while playing the New England Patriots during the second quarter of their NFL football game in Chicago, December 12, 2010. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)

Fired: No love lost on Bears Smith

Its hard to believe that Lovie Smith was the coach of the Bears during my entire tenure working in Chicago. Ive seen them choke in regular games and the Super Bowl. I’ve seen them win too, but I don’t know anyone who thought they were a powerhouse as it seems their quarterbacks of late have been sacked more times than they have thrown touchdown passes.

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Rolfe has finishing kick

Coach Frank Klopas called the goals “world class,” but forward Chris Rolfe was more pleased the Fire delivered on scoring opportunities Saturday night. The Fire defeated the Columbus Crew 2-1.

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Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos warms up before his team takes on the Chicago Bears in Chicago, August 9, 2012. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)

Peyton Manning’s arm looks fine

Manning didn’t throw any deep passes in his first drive of the preseason Thursday night at Soldier Field in Chicago, but he threw well enough to drive the Broncos down the field before the drive ended when a pass over the middle was deflected and intercepted.

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Mexico Defeates Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-1

Once again, while shooting a Mexican national team soccer match at Soldier Field, I was shocked that the public address information was all in Spanish despite the fact that a large portion of those in attendance were supporting Bosnia-Herzegovina.

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Covering MLB, How Times Have Change

On a week where the President came out against gay marriage I noticed a new first.

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