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Chicago Tribune

Bears await further testing on injuries to Leonard Floyd and Adam Shaheen

Leonard Floyd and Adam Shaheen will undergo more tests Sunday to determine the severity of the injuries they suffered in the Bears’ 24-23 exhibition win against the Broncos on Saturday night. Coach Matt Nagy did not say for certain whether Floyd fractured his hand or Shaheen fractured his ankle...

Windy City Gridiron

Bears’ Adam Shaheen carted off the field with an ankle injury

Early in the first quarter, Chicago Bears’ tight end Adam Shaheen caught a pass from Mitchell Trubisky for a five yard gain, but he seemed to have injured his ankle on the tackle. He scooted along the turf for a moment before limping to his sideline. A few moments later Chicago’s medical personal brought the cart over to take him to the locker room. His return to the game has officially been ruled doubtful. It appeared as though his toe got caught in the ground and his ankle twisted, but as soon as we have more concrete info we’ll pas sit along.

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Broncos’ No. 1 offense big winner in first joint practice

Case Keenum and Emmanuel Sanders appeared to have a day. Day 13 of Broncos’ training camp featured the first of two joint practices with the Chicago Bears, and by the most important measures, it was a success - no brawls and no serious injuries. “It was a lot better than I expected it to be, honestly,” said guard Ron Leary. “It’s the first joint practice I’ve been a part of and there wasn’t a brawl. That’s a good thing. I think there are just pros out here that are just trying to work and get better.” And on a few other measures, it was also a great day for the more than...

The Denver Post

Injuries taking toll on Broncos’ defensive depth chart

Reality regarding the Broncos’ injury situation at the back end of their defensive depth chart set in during Wednesday’s joint practice against the Chicago Bears.

Chicago Tribune

Here, Roquan Smith: A history lesson of other protracted Bears holdouts

Cedric Benson. David Terrell. Cade McNown. Curtis Enis. Oh, and Rashaan Salaam. Oops, babe. That’s some longstanding embarrassment for the Bears — first-round draft picks from the last 23 years who held out because of protracted contract talks and then went on to stink because of injury or ineptitude...

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Denver Broncos Training Camp: Day 12 news and notes

Swag is officially the number two quarterback. Day 12 of Broncos camp is in the books and we officially have a new number two quarterback. Also, we have Joseph unofficially naming Royce Freeman the starting running back, tight end Jeff Heuerman having a much needed good practice, joint practices with the Bears beginning tomorrow, injury updates and more! Chad Kelly officially the number two quarterback: It was reported yesterday that Chad Kelly has moved past Paxton Lynch on the depth chart and is listed as the number two quarterback. Well, that became official today when the Broncos...

ClutchPoints

Bears WR Allen Robinson set to play this week for Chicago

It has been a long road back to recovery from a torn ACL for Chicago Bears former Pro Bowl wide receiver Allen Robinson suffered in Week 1 of last season. However, he has now progressed to the point where he’s on pace to play in his first action since the injury in the Bears’ second […] The post Bears WR Allen Robinson set to play this week for Chicago appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Vikings Territory

Vikings Place Nick Easton on IR, Sign Guard Kaleb Johnson

The Minnesota Vikings officially placed offensive lineman Nick Easton on injured reserve Monday. Easton is likely out for the season after undergoing surgery to repair a herniated disk in his neck. In a corresponding roster move, the team signed guard Kaleb Johnson. Johnson was released by the Bears on Saturday. The 25 year-old played college … The post Vikings Place Nick Easton on IR, Sign Guard Kaleb Johnson appeared first on Vikings Territory.

Fox Sports

Unsigned Roquan Smith among issues facing Bears as camp ends

Roquan Smith contract situation, struggling offense, injuries trouble Bears as they break camp

NFL Spin Zone

Chicago Bears: James Daniels making a strong case to start

With more strong preseason showings, rookie James Daniels could force his way into the starting lineup for the Chicago Bears. Flying under the radar in the Chicago Bears preseason game against the Cincinnati Bengals was the strong showing from rookie offensive lineman James Daniels. Having missed the Hall of Fame game due to injury, Daniels […] Chicago Bears: James Daniels making a strong case to start - NFL Spin Zone - NFL Spin Zone - NFL news, rumors, analysis, opinions, stats, mock drafts, scores, and GIFs.

Inside the Iggles

Philadelphia Eagles roundup: Dallas Goedert injury rumors, Sidney Jones

Rumors began circulating about Dallas Goedert when he left the practice field on Saturday, and Sidney Jones stopped a few before they were started. It’s all here in Philadelphia Eagles roundup. The preseason is in full swing, and every NFL team has played in at least one preseason game. As you know, the Chicago Bears […] Philadelphia Eagles roundup: Dallas Goedert injury rumors, Sidney Jones - Inside the Iggles - Inside the Iggles - A Philadelphia Eagles Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Windy City Gridiron

The Real Rules of Preseason Football

Just because the games don’t count doesn’t mean that they don’t matter. There seems to be some confusion among 32 fan bases about how to react to preseason football games. Bears and Ravens fans, of course, have a one-game lead on the rest of the sports world because we got to ‘enjoy’ the Hall of Fame game, as well. Therefore, as a public service, I would like to offer the following six real rules for preseason football. 1. If a favored player plays well, he’s going to the Pro Bowl. This is especially true of high draft picks, players coming back off of injury, and recent free...

Daily Norseman

Vikings Call On Former Third String Cornelius Edison As Starting Center

Edison will play this Sunday against the Denver Broncos Cornelius Edison went from playing six games in the NFL as a special teams’ player with the Chicago Bears to now starting for the Minnesota Vikings as their center in two short years. Edison finds himself as the starting center because of injuries to both Pat Elflein, who is on the physically-unable-to-perform list because of shoulder surgery, and backup Nick Easton, who is recovering from a herniated disc in his neck that required surgery. The third-stringer is now the starter, and will be making his debut this Saturday as the...

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Bears vs Bengals game ball goes to James Daniels

The Chicago Bears lost another close preseason game, this time to the Cincinnati Bengals, but some young Bears continued to flash. This week’s game ball goes to James Daniels. When the Chicago Bears drafted James Daniels out of Iowa, many scouts assumed he would be an immediate plug and play starter at his natural center position, allowing the Bears to shift Cody Whitehair to left guard. But the Bears wanted the 20-year old to learn the ropes backing up at left guard at first, and that’s where he spent the majority of his offseason. This last week with the injury to back up center...

Cincy Jungle

Bengals LB Vincent Rey injured vs. Bears

The Bengals lose a key linebacker early in their first preseason game. The Bengals couldn’t make it through one quarter without a key player being injured against the Bears. Linebacker Vincent Rey suffered what appeared to be a leg injury during a punt return midway through the first quarter. He was down after the play and had to be helped off the field to be examined on the sideline. The team quickly announced Rey suffered an ankle injury and was doubtful to return. That does not necessarily mean it’s a bad injury as much as the team won’t risk further injury in what’s really a...

Windy City Gridiron

Chicago Bears under-25 talent ranked 10th in the NFL

The Chicago Bears are trending the right way in this annual list from ESPN, but now we’d like to see that translate to some wins. General manager Ryan Pace has been on a mission to turn the Chicago Bears’ franchise around, and 2018 should finally be time for us to see a marked improvement from the young players he has assembled. His drafts haven’t been perfect, and there have been a few players snake-bitten by injury, but his grand-plan should start to bear fruit this season. The year before Pace took over there were eighteen players on the roster that were 30-years old or older....

The Phinsider

Dolphins sign former Bears running back Jeremy Langford

We are now officially three days away from the Miami Dolphins first preseason game vs the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. And as we all know, rosters constantly change during the summer months. Whether it be an injury in training camp or a team kicking the tires on a proven veteran, rosters will change. Today, head coach Adam Gase and offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains brought in a familiar face, signing former Chicago Bears running back Jeremy Langford. Dolphins signed former Bears running back Jeremy Langford.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 6, 2018 It is unclear why the Dolphins...

Twin Cities

John Shipley: For NFL, controlling the message no longer possible

The NFL’s new “helmet rule” made an uneasy debut during the Hall of Fame Game between the Chicago Bears and Baltimore Ravens last Saturday, officially killing professional tackle football. With the world increasingly wise to the existence, dangers and bad publicity of sports-related head injuries, the NFL is trying to outlaw tackles that begin and […]

Chicago Tribune

Isaiah Irving, Kylie Fitts looking to fill Bears’ need for depth at outside linebacker

When Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio was asked last week how he feels about his unit’s pass rush so far in training camp, he gave a one-word answer. “Incomplete.” A lot of that uncertainty comes from injuries at outside linebacker, a group that already appeared thin upon the Bears’ arrival...

Arrowhead Pride

Chiefs claim center following injury to Tejan Koroma

Michigan State’s Jack Allen is a two-time All-American. The Kansas City Chiefs have claimed center Jack Allen off of waivers from the Chicago Bears, as first reported by ESPN’s Field Yates. The Chiefs waived Tejan Koroma, who left Sunday’s practice via cart with a knee injury, to make room. Roster shuffling: the Chiefs have claimed C Jack Allen off of waivers from the Bears, per source. C Tejan Koroma was waived/injured to make room.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) August 5, 2018 Allen, 25, is a 6-foot-2, 296-pound center who played college football at Michigan State University....

Cincy Jungle

Bengals injury update: Josh Tupou and Sojourn Shelton won’t be returning soon

Tupou suffered a sprained MCL while Shelton tore a thumb ligament and broke a bone in his hand. The Bengals have suffered one season-ending injury since the start of training camp and a number of minor injuries. With the first preseason game days away (Thursday, 7:00 p.m. ET vs. Bears) it’s time for an injury update. Offensive guard Rod Taylor: Tore his right ACL and is done for the year. Nose tackle Josh Tupou: Sprained his MCL and is “probably out a month,” per Bengals.com. Cornerback Sojourn Shelton: Tore a thumb ligament and broke a bone in his hand. He’s been seen in a cast and...

Da Windy City

Chicago Bears: Outside linebackers give hope to pass rush

  The outside linebacker position for the Chicago Bears has been a top concern throughout camp. However, they could have a couple solutions opposite Leonard Floyd. The Chicago Bears are desperate to find a compliment edge rusher to pair with Leonard Floyd. With Aaron Lynch still on the shelf with a nagging hamstring injury, someone […] Chicago Bears: Outside linebackers give hope to pass rush - Da Windy City - Da Windy City - A Chicago Sports Site - Bears, Bulls, Cubs, White Sox, Blackhawks, Fighting Illini & More

Turf Show Times

Training camp: August 2 practice recap

With actual preseason football happening elsewhere, the Rams got in a spirited session as a trip to Baltimore looms... While the Chicago Bears and Baltimore Ravens are underway to officially kick off the preseason, training camp is still front and center for most teams including the Los Angeles Rams. And of course things are unusually focused for the Rams who take on those Ravens a week from today for the Rams’ preseason opener. And now...the news. Injuries The Rams have a trio of injured players right now in S Lamarcus Joyner, TE Gerald Everett and EDGE Matt Longacre: McVay said Gerald...

Chicago Tribune

NFL players say new helmet rule will be hard to enforce; neurologists agree, but say it's still a good idea

The NFL’s newly tightened rule on hitting with the helmet has roiled locker rooms and helped to fuel an impasse between the Chicago Bears and their top draft pick, who didn’t want to be penalized financially for aggressive play. Many players say the rule, intended to curb vicious, injury-producing...

ClutchPoints

Bears WR Kevin White making an impression in Chicago with ‘next-play mentality’

Through his first three years in the league, Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White has had much difficulty staying on the field due to nagging injuries over his brief NFL career. However, White appears to have finally moved past those previous injury woes that have led to him putting together a strong showing so far […] The post Bears WR Kevin White making an impression in Chicago with ‘next-play mentality’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Windy City Gridiron

Chicago Bears Training Camp 2018: Live stream 7/30

The Chicago Bears are back at practice today down in Bourbonnais, and after an off day yesterday, it’ll be interesting to see if any of the injured Bears are able to return to the field. There have been a few minor injuries popping up, but the good news is that there has been nothing severe reported. If you guys get a chance you can tune into iHeart Radio and hear Jacob Infante talking all about Bears camp with First Sports on FOX AM1340 out of New Mexico. Jacob’s segment should be going live at 9am Central. Speaking of Jacob, he was at camp on Saturday and he unleaded his notebook...

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Chicago Bears Training Camp Live Stream: Friday Open Thread

We have Robert Zeglinski, who is putting in some serious work by the way, down at Olivet Nazarene University again covering Chicago Bears camp. He’s going above and beyond what many of the beat reporters are doing in Bourbonnais, and we’re thankful for his detailed coverage. We’re now less than a a week away from the Hall Of Fame Game that pits the Bears against the Baltimore Ravens, and rookie first round draft pick Roquan Smith is still unsigned. Are you guys concerned yet? There are a few minor injuries to some key players that need to be cleared up, but the most important thing...

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The Bear’s Den, July 24, 2018

Sun shines on Bears training camp, but Roquan Smith eludes the golden rays as they shone down from the sky... BEAR DOWN, CHICAGO BEARS, BEAR DOWN!!!! BEARRRSSSS / DRAFT / FREE AGENCY Zeglinski: Redemption off his mind, Cody Parkey eager to make his own Bears legacy – The Rock River Times - In 2014, Cody Parkey was on top of the world. As a rookie kicker for the Eagles he broke the NFL all-time rookie scoring record with 150 points and looked like he was on his way towards morphing into one of the league’s best kickers. He had the confidence. He had the leg. And he had an organization...