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Chicago Bears: 3 big concerns entering training camp

The Chicago Bears prepare to enter an unprecedented training camp right around the corner. This will be the most over-analyzed NFL training camp in Chicago Bears history. After months of no sports, fans are starving for football season. But, will we get one? Right now, it’s scheduled to happen as planned — except for the preseason, […] Chicago Bears: 3 big concerns entering training camp - Da Windy City - Da Windy City - A Chicago Sports Site - Bears, Bulls, Cubs, White Sox, Blackhawks, Fighting Illini & More

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The Bear’s Den, July 10, 2020

Photo by Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire via More NFL & NCAAF COVID plans are slowly emerging, as all levels of football feel their way towards the 2020 season THE DAILY SPONGIE SPECIAL Western Theme Song Week continues with yet another classic BEAR DOWN, CHICAGO BEARS, BEAR DOWN!!!! BEARRRSSSS Bears’ offense ranks among the NFL’s worst analytically, new study finds - NBC Sports Chicago - “WE KNOW” Bears fans scream into the void. Why Tre Roberson Rates Biggest Bears Wild Card at Training Camp - SI.com - Bears cornerback Tre Roberson has followed in his grandfather’s...

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The Bear’s Den, July 8, 2020

JC Tretter #64 of the Cleveland Browns prepares for the snap in the first quarter against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on December 24, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. | Photo by Dylan Buell/ The preseason is up in the air as are many player issues regarding training camp as well as player like NFLPA president JC Tretter (the Cleveland center pictured below) speak out against league plans THE DAILY SPONGIE SPECIAL You knew it was coming... but not which one. It’s the offseason, how about I give you both? BEAR DOWN, CHICAGO BEARS, BEAR DOWN!!!! BEARRRSSSS Lineman Alex Bars on His Own...

Chicago Tribune

Coaching through COVID-19: After an online offseason, Chicago Bears coaches face a new batch of complications as they prepare for training camp in late July

As Matt Nagy and the rest of the Chicago Bears coaches prepare for a training camp unlike any they’ve held before, adaptability will be key. A whole new batch of complications awaits when they meet their players in person for the first time this year in late July.