Bears coach John Fox also was happy with what he got from the running back.

“When it comes to taking hits, we play the game of football,” Cohen said. “I feel like a durable enough back to take those kinds of hits.”

“We got a rookie out there that had a pretty good day both running and catching,” Fox said during his postgame press conference. “(Cohen) didn’t surprise anybody that’s in that locker room.”

“It doesn’t have to do with the protests — if it did, then teams would be cutting the players who are standing or kneeling during the anthem,” the GM said, speaking on the condition of anonymity. “The league is filled with guys who are protesting the same exact way who are on rosters.

“I know our roster has players who have protested. That doesn’t affect if we sign them.”

The former 49ers quarterback’s kneeling during the playing of the national anthem before games last season is speculated as the paramount reason he has not been signed in 2017.

The anonymous NFL GM, however, claims the media circus created by Kaepernick’s actions and the way he has handled it are the reasons.

11:20 p.m.: Field goal. New England’s final drive of the third quarter stalled when Tom Brady was penalized for an illegal forward pass beyond the line of scrimmage, the first time he had been flagged for such a foul since 2006. Stephen Gostkowski made a 31-yard field goal to extend the Patriots’ lead. 27-21, Patriots.

11:03 p.m.: Touchdown. It’s time to name Mike Gillislee the fantasy football hero of the night. The Patriots running back scored his third touchdown of the game with a Cheap Ireland Soccer Jerseys 1-yard burst as the third quarter was coming to a close. The score capped a three-play, 54-yard Cheap Jerseys And Sunglasses drive that was aided by a pass interference penalty. 24-21, Patriots.

Steelers’ DeAngelo Williams explains his elaborate ‘The Walking Dead’ wedding

Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams appeared on “Talking Dead” Sunday night after the midseason premiere of “The Walking Dead.”

Williams was brought along because he’s a huge fan, and that was evidenced by his crazy wedding in July last year. He and his wife, Risalyn, went all-out on a wedding themed around the zombie show, and it did not disappoint.

But wait — Joe Montana begs to differ. You remember Montana, the quarterback who led the 49ers to four Super Bowl victories in the 1980s. Montana was widely hailed as the NFL’s greatest quarterback before Brady came along.

And in an appearance Friday on the Hallmark Channel’s “Home & Family” show, Montana said there have been too many great quarterbacks in NFL history, across different eras, to call anyone “the Cheap Ireland Soccer Jerseys greatest of all time.”

“He’s obviously having this great career, but I just think that it’s hard to put anyone in that bucket,” Montana said, via TMZ. “Even before he got five, you look back at some of the guys that some people don’t even know, Sammy Baugh or Otto Graham … (Graham) won like seven championships.

“They were so far ahead of their time. It’s hard to compare guys from then to now, and how they would compare here and how we would compare back then.”