Bears players celebrated the holiday by sharing what they were thankful for during media day.
"Hey, at least most of the country will be passed out by 6 or 7 in a turkey-induced food coma," said Bears quarterback Jay Cutler. "They might not even notice the game. Did we get beat by three touchdowns or was it a close ballgame? Most people probably won't even know until after the weekend."
"I'm not gonna lie: It was a rough outing," said Cutler. "Those picks were on me. That probably explains my performance at dinner. My head just wasn't in it. My family is very forgiving. I'll be more prepared for the Christmas festivities."
"Missing a Bulls game is one thing, but this is family," said an angry Dwayne. "Play the game, Derrick!"
After being suspended for the remainder of the NFL season, running back Adrian Peterson planned Thanksgiving at his house with having more idle time. It was the first time Peterson and Ashley Brown had Thanksgiving dinner at their home as husband and wife . Peterson’s six children were on hand for the family festivities. Peterson’s […]
Historians around the world are celebrating one of the greatest archaeological finds of the last 200 years. A treasure trove of information was recently unearthed from the Mayflower in time for Thanksgiving. In that archive of data, records were unearthed that detailed the Bears first ever loss to the Packers, all the way back in 1620.
In a bizarre coincidence, 28-year-old Steve Kowalski of Chicago tore his medial meniscus at the "14th Annual Kowalski Turkey Bowl" early Thursday morning. It was the exact injury Derrick Rose suffered last Friday.