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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #129: Sick Of The Bearratives

Jay Cutler, John Fox, the McCaskeys, 1985, Soldier Field, Halas, Butkus, Urlacher, OB, Joniak, Hub . . . sick of it all. Also: The Circus - And The Soap Opera - Has Left Town; Blackhawks Can't Help It If They're Lucky; Oh, The Pageantry!; Dex Knows; Chapman Doesn't; and Selling Sale.


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* 129.

1:24: Sick Of All The Bearratives.

* Jay Cutler, John Fox, the McCaskeys, 1985, Soldier Field, Halas, Butkus, Urlacher, OB, Joniak, Hub . . . sick of it all.

* Nov. 18, 2015: Zach Miller's Injury Nightmares In Past As He's Finally Livin' The Dream.

* Nov. 23, 2016: Zach Miller Placed On Injured Reserve.

* Patriots Won't Let Anybody Steal Martellus Bennett The Way They Did.

* Trump Mocks NFL's 'Soft" Concussion Protocol.

* Conflict Of Interest For NFL Doctors To Report To Teams: Harvard Study.

* Butkus Sues Bears For . . . $1.6 Million.

* Michael Carter-Williams In Cast After Bone Chip Identified In Left Wrist.

21:36: The Circus - And The Soap Opera - Has Left Town.

* And so has Jerian Grant!

29:00: Derrick Rose Looks Out For The Women.

* Derrick Rose Acknowledges He's No Longer 'Vintage.'

* Rhodes: He is who he is, and he's not who he was.

* Posses may be passe, but they haven't been racial signifiers for a long time.

* No No Noah.

* Tom Thibodeau Hasn't Changed.

45:34: Blackhawks Can't Help It If They're Lucky.

* Source: Toews Injury Not His Head.

* Kane Paces Chicago Past Anaheim 3-2 In Black Friday Rivalry.

* Bartlett's Vinnie Hinostroza.

* Lemont's Scott Darling.

* Lambert: Inside The Chicago Blackhawks' Gloriously Weird Season.

55:39: Oh, The Pageantry!

58:27: Dex Knows; Chapman Doesn't.

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1:03:33: White Sox Demand For Chris Sale Remains Substantial.

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