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Chicago Tribune › Sports › 55 minutes ago
Browns defensive end Myles Garrett ripped off Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph's helmet and hit him with it in the head in the final seconds as the Browns' 21-7 win ended with a wild brawl.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 2 hours ago
Giannis Antetokounmpo makes a lot of teams look powerless, but the Bulls had several moments of self-inflicted damage that undermined a viable upset bid.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 3 hours ago
Bulls forward Chandler Hutchison spent only one season with Robin Lopez, but he’ll never forget one thing: “Every time he used to complain about a foul call, he would say, ‘Dubious.’ ”
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 5 hours ago
Mike Trout of the Angels became the 11th player to win three or more MVP awards, while the Dodgers' Clay Bellinger won the NL honor as Los Angeles swept the sport's top individual award.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 7 hours ago
Defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano took responsibility for the Bears not making teams pay when they put extra blockers on Khalil Mack.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 7 hours ago
Bears running back David Montgomery missed practice Thursday with an ankle injury as the Bears gear up for their trip to Los Angeles to play the Rams.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 8 hours ago
Jose Abreu became the first Sox hitter to lead the American League in RBIs since Dick Allen in 1972.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 8 hours ago
Now ready to return from a groin injury, Connor Murphy’s rehab process included late nights watching road games at the Blackhawks practice facility. "(It) makes you feel like you’re part of it a little more," he said.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 11 hours ago
We're coming up on "jobs season" in the college football coaching world. Chicago's Glenn Sugiyama is helping Florida State conduct its search, with more openings sure to come.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 12 hours ago
Cubs President Theo Epstein is keeping the club's plans close to the vest, but it's clear there is a lot of work to be done.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 13 hours ago
Chicago Fire’s turnover continues with the team trading homegrown defender Grant Lillard to Inter Miami FC.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 15 hours ago
NIU quarterback Ross Bowers took a brutal cheap shot at Toledo on Wednesday night but kept playing.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 16 hours ago
Rich and Dan discuss their 10-chapter examination of why the Bears drafted Mitch Trubisky over Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 18 hours ago
A closer look at the Bears' three touchdowns last Sunday reveals a lot of good things that could potentially generate a spark.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 1 day ago
The Blackhawks achieved a lot of firsts Wednesday night, including their first victory against the Golden Knights in their eighth try since the expansion team joined the NHL in 2017-18.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 1 day ago
Five days after losing to Division I newcomer Merrimack, Northwestern stunned Providence in a Big Ten-Big East clash.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 1 day ago
The Astros' Justin Verlander held off teammate Gerrit Cole to win the AL Cy Young Award for the first time since 2011, while the Mets' Jacob deGrom won his second straight Cy Young Award in the NL.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 1 day ago
Scott Boras arguably has the three biggest free agents in Gerrit Cole, Stephen Strasburg and Anthony Rendon, along with several others who may be more affordable to the Cubs and White Sox.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 1 day ago
Blackhawks defenseman Calvin de Haan is a no-nonsense player who says what he thinks. He concedes analytics are "a big part" of hockey, but he doesn’t view Corsi to be as valuable as baseball analytics.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 1 day ago
After reviewing the victory over the Lions, Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky felt good that he “did my job across the board.”
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