I read that the Bears lead the NFL with 30 interception return touchdowns since 2004. How many different players have contributed to that total?
Thirteen different players have generated the 30 interception returns since 2004, led by
In last Sunday's Ravens game, I recall two or three plays when
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If the plays you're referring to gain positive yards, they're considered runs. But if the quarterback drops back to pass, takes off running and then gets stopped for no gain or negative yards, it's considered a sack. That happened twice against the Ravens, with Josh McCown getting back to the line of scrimmage on one play and losing one yard on the other. So while the stats show that the Ravens recorded two sacks in the game, the Bears only lost one yard on the two plays.
Craig Steltz suffered a concussion on the overtime kickoff last Sunday and is going through the protocol required by the NFL this week. He ran around a little bit at practice Wednesday and participated in the walkthrough portion. Here's what coach Marc Trestman said about getting Steltz back on the field: "We're going to make sure he's safe and over this before he goes out."