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“He just reacts so quick, and he attacks downhill,” GM Ryan Pace says of Kwiatkoski.
Floyd has to put on weight and beat out two veterans.
Williams marvels at the success of this 2016 Cubs team.
For once, it’s the Cubs setting the pace and the Cardinals giving chase.
“I respect him, and he respects me,” Loggains says of Cutler. “When you have that mutual respect, all dialogue is legal.”
Contreras was nearly left speechless by the reception he received at Wrigley Field.
Fox has brought two teams to the playoffs during his second season as head coach.
The Bears are six weeks away from the start of training camp.
Langford hopes to become an every-down back, just like Forte was for eight seasons.
Trevathan received his Broncos championship ring on Wednesday at Halas Hall.
Wilson has missed games during each of his first three NFL seasons.
Bears players have suffered a rash of injuries in practice, so it was understandable that Jeffery avoided optional work.
The Bears are looking for a starting fullback and depth at tight end.
“He looks to be in good shape,” Bears coach John Fox said. “He’s ready to roll.”
Anderson has the tools to shine, but the White Sox just want production right now.
Jeffery had recently skipped the Bears’ voluntary OTAs at Halas Hall.
The latest of this audio feature brings conversations with Frazier, Grasu and Lester.
“We can do big things,” Eddie Goldman says.
The Bears are bullish about their new inside linebackers.
Hroniss Grasu and Charles Leno are the only two incumbents at the same spots on the line as 2015.