Reid's Career With Bears Likely Over

The Bears may have been in the market for a tight end, but now it appears they will most certainly be on the lookout. Gabe Reid, the team's third-string tight end and occasional backup fullback was not tendered a contract as a restricted free agent. He is now free to sign with any club and has most likely played his last game in a Bears uniform.
March 4, 2007

Inflexible Scheduling

The NFL is arguably the most successful professional sports league on the planet, but they really blew it on this one. The Bears host the Packers on New Year's Eve at Soldier Field, and despite the fact that 60,000 ticket-holders and countless others ready to watch on TV had already planned their day accordingly, kickoff was moved from noon to 7:15 p.m. with less than a week's notice.
December 27, 2006

Gilmore and Reid May Be Needed at Tight End

After years of clamoring to get the tight end position more involved in the Bears passing game, Desmond Clark emerged as a legitimate weapon the first two weeks of the 2006 season. But after suffering a sprained foot last week in Minnesota, all of a sudden, a crucial element of Rex Grossman's success may not be available on Sunday. It's time for John Gilmore and Gabe Reid to step up.
September 27, 2006

An Unexpected Commitment

Tyler Beck, the 6-foot-1, 205-pound linebacker recruit from Murrieta, California visited Provo with no intention of committing to play for the Cougars. Everything changed for Beck, however, after a scheduled meeting with Coach Bronco Mendenhall and a chance encounter with a former Cougar.
July 15, 2006

Reid Ready When Called Upon

Bourbonnais -- A few weeks ago Gage Reid's chances of making the 53-man roster were slim. But since then he's gone from being the fourth tight end to the starter due to a rash of injuries and him taking advantage of an opportunity.
August 10, 2004 Q&A

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August 13, 2003