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Report: Ray McDonald arrested for violating restraining order Former San Francisco 49ers and Chicago Bears defensive tackle Ray McDonald was arrested for the second time in two days on Wednesday.
Two days after McDonald was arrested on domestic violence and child endangerment charges in San Jose, he was once again detained by police. Wednesday’s arrest stems from McDonald violating a court-ordered restraining order to stay away from his residence.
BREAKING: Ray McDonald arrested at 3:35 p.m. for violating restraining order, per @SantaClaraPD @mercnews
— Katie Nelson (@katienelson210) May 28, 2015
UPDATE: Ray McDonald was at #SantaClara residence despite being told NOT to go there. Found at nearby @TogosSandwiches @mercnews
— Katie Nelson (@katienelson210) May 28, 2015
McDonald, who was released by the Bears after his arrest on Monday, simple doesn’t get it.
Last year saw McDonald arrested on domestic violence charges. And after it was reported he was being investigated for sexual assault in December, he was promptly released by the 49ers
Matt Forte back with Bears: 'All I can do is play football' Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte spent a good deal of time away from the team's voluntary offseason working out of his own in what's being described as “rigorous speed training."
He's entering the final year of his contract with the team, but insists his absence has nothing to do with wanting a new contract. For him it's all about football at this point; nothing else.
“All I can do is play football. I’ve come to the realization that any run or catch I have could be my last in a Bears uniform. If they don’t want to re-sign me, I’ll have to play football somewhere else,” Forte bluntly said, via CBS Chicago.
“Nobody wants to play on a one-year deal, especially with the uncertainty of how football is. You just figure, a guy who’s been there since day one, has put in hard work and continues to produce, that guy should be rewarded. But it’s a business, and that doesn’t always happen.”
Matt Forte Sounds Jaded Regarding Bears and Contract Situation Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte has been among the most consistently good players in the NFL over the past several seasons. The 29-year-old veteran is also coming off a 2014 campaign that saw him post 1,846 total yards and 10 scores.
Despite this previous success, Forte enters the 2015 season in a contract year. There doesn’t seem to be much happening on the contract extension front, which is an indication that Chicago may very well be willing to play out the year and assess the situation. While Forte did report to OTAs this week and isn’t planning a holdout, he doesn’t seem to be too happy about how he’s being treated by the organization:
“Nobody wants to play on a one-year deal, especially with the uncertainty of how football is,” Forte said, via CBS Chicago. “You just figure, a guy who’s been there since day one, has put in hard work and continues to produce, that guy should be rewarded. But it’s a business, and that doesn’t always happen.”
Forte isn’t necessarily wrong here.
Sports Illustrated Take Shot At Bears Coach John Fox John Fox is 60-years old. He’s been around the NFL as a head coach for 13 years alone and has long since learned how to tune out the “noise” from media critics. His job isn’t catering to them. It’s turning the Chicago Bears into a winning franchise again and he’s made that clear from day one.
Still, experts have continued to dissect what his chances are of accomplishing that feat and Sports Illustrated came up with a new examination that involved calculating the playoff odds of all seven teams who have a new head coach. Their writer Don Banks is apparently unimpressed with Fox to the point that he pegged the Bears as dead last in odds of reaching January in 2015.
“The Bears defense was dreadful last year, and it’ll no doubt improve significantly with new coordinator Vic Fangio and Fox on the scene. But getting the defense straightened out still isn’t the most pressing issue in Chicago. Until the Bears can solve the enigma that is Cutler and get consistent play from him, it’s hard ...
Martellus Bennett A “No Show” For OTAs The Chicago Bears offseason training activities started today and there was an important player still missing. Martellus Bennett, 2014 Pro Bowl tight end, was absent when the team gathered for workouts today. Other players like Matt Forte and Jeremiah Ratliff, who previously missed the voluntary workouts, were there.
Matt Forte and Jeremiah Ratliff back with the #Bears at OTAs, as expected. Martellus Bennett still a no-show.
— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) May 27, 2015
This appears to be yet another selfish move by Bennett. Fighting Kyle Fuller in training camp last year, unfollowing his teammates on Twitter and openly saying goodbye to Chicago using vague messages have created a negative persona for #83 in Chicago.
Remember when New York Giants fans said Chicago fans would get sick of him? Think that time has arrived.
Even though his play on the field has been impressive, his attitude and demeanor off-the-field have given Chicago fans enough of a reason to support his departure. Sounds a ...
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