The Redskins added two players whose chances of making the team will hinge on, you guessed, their special teams play
Bears wide receiver Jamin Elliott is still waiting for a ring from the New England Patriots - a Super Bowl ring that is.
A year ago the Bears cut Jamin Elliott before the start of the season. The receiver caught on with the New England Patriots and ended up with a Super Bowl ring. For Elliott, being back with the Bears is a homecoming of sorts, although much has changed both on and off the field since his last stint in a Bear uniform.
WR Jamin Elliott recently inked a two-year deal to return to Chicago. The former sixth-round pick discusses returning to the team that cut him and why it might have been the best thing that could have happened.
February 27, 2004
Here's a look at the roster moves made by the Packers' NFC North Division neighbors to reach the NFL-mandated 65-player roster limit.<p>
August 27, 2003
Wednesday players took part in a light scrimmage in which players reviewed schemes and attempted to shake some of the offseason rust. With a slow news day attention turned to how Brian Urlacher's new deal will impact the team's future.