With Brad Childress squarely on the hot seat in Minnesota and defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier being mentioned as a possible successor should Childress get fired, a level of discomfort is permeating their relationship. Check out our NFC North Whispers.
PFW caught up with Devin Aromashodu this week and we discussed what he needs to do to get more playing time and whether he's getting more comfortable in Mike Martz's scheme.
DT Tommie Harris said the Bears' defense will have several weapons to worry about stopping on Sunday.
Bears DT Tommie Harris and WR Devin Aromashodu are inactive for Monday night's game against the Packers.
Now that top draft pick Chris Cook is nearly recovered from a knee injury, you're bound to see him challenging for a starting job soon, according to NFC North Whispers.
WR Mark Clayton has been a revelation since arriving in St. Louis, writes Pat Fitzmaurice in "Fitz's Four-Course Fantasy Feast," which includes a salad course that serves up tastings of Michael Vick.
Each Wednesday throughout the season we'll identify one player, coach or area of the Bears that is most under the microscope. This week, WR Devin Aromashodu is the choice.
One week after being targeted a team-high 10 times, Bears WR Devin Aromashodu barely played in Week Two.
When we asked our sources to select the most impressive-looking offensive player and defensive player in this year’s training camp, WR Devin Aromashodu and DE Julius Peppers, respectively, were clearly the most popular picks.
Rumors that the Bears might be considering adding Terrell Owens couldn’t be more exaggerated, as new offensive coordinator Mike Martz continues to sing the praises of the Bears' receiving corps.