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DeAngelo, Dawkins And Gould Named NFC Players Of December

DeAngelo Williams, Brian Dawkins, and Robbie Gould were named the NFC Players of the Month for December.

Williams joins Drew Brees, Clinton Portis, and Eli Manning as the recipient of the offensive honor.

Dawkins joins Charles Woodson, Jon Beason, and Julius Peppers to be recognized defensively this year.

Gould is added to Sav Rocca, Josh Brown ,and Clifton Smith as a special teams honoree.

Via RealGM Staff Report

Bears Endorse Orton As Starting QB

The Bears have already begun making player personnel decisions for next season as quarterback Kyle Orton has been proclaimed the incumbent starter heading into training camp.

"All players will have competition," Bears' Coach Lovie Smith said, according to Chicago media outlets. "Everybody's in the same group. But Kyle is our quarterback. He has done a lot of good things for us this year, but we all start from scratch and go from there."


Bears Lose FS Brown For Season

The Bears have lost free safety Mike Brown for the season after he was placed on the injured reserve with a calf injury.

Brown suffered a calf injury during Monday night's overtime victory over the Packers and finished the season with 73 tackles and two interceptions.

Via NFL.com

MNF: Bears Beat Packers To Stay Alive

Robbie Gould kicked a 38-yard field goal in overtime and the Bears overcame frigid conditions and the Packers for a 20-17 win Monday night to stay in the running for the playoffs, as reported by the Associated Press.

Chicago?s Alex Brown blocked Mason Crosby?s 38-yard field-goal attempt with 18 seconds left in regulation to send the game into overtime.

Via AP

Urlacher On Pro Bowl: It's All About Popularity

Bears' linebacker Brian Urlacher isn't upset about not making this year's Pro Bowl and claims that the whole ordeal is a popularity contest.

"If people like you, they're going to vote for you," Urlacher said. "That's all there is to it. As a player, I vote for guys I like, not necessarily guys who have good years. If there's a center who's going to keep Olin Kreutz out of the Pro Bowl, I won't vote for him. I don't know if all teams do that, but that's the way I do it."

Via Chicago Sun-Times

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