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Shaw left Soldier Field in an ambulance.
The Bears lost 23-7 to the Chiefs and fell to 0-3 in the preseason.
The Bears are presently without their top three cornerbacks.
Starters will play into the third quarter in Saturday’s dress rehearsal preseason game.
Bullard has learned how to better read and react within Vic Fangio’s defense.
Langford is busy working on his goal to become a three-down back.
Rather than working one feature back, the Bears will utilize their versatility at running back.
The Bears have reworked their starting offensive line without Long.
The Bears are lacking cohesion in an important time of development.
Jeffery is certainly energized during this preseason.
The Bears were missing upward of 20 players for parts of Sunday’s practice.
Chicago’s offensive line was much better in the second preseason game.
Fuller’s status for Week 1 in Houston now stands in question.
The Bears need to present something better after a poor preseason opener.
American Legion Week is just one of many Maddon techniques to keep his team fresh.
Coghlan is part of a flurry of Cubs roster news from Wednesday.
There are many options for Fangio to maximize his front seven.
The Bears have desperately patchworked offensive line depth.
Knowing full well about an uncertain future, Mark Prior makes it a point to live in the moment.
Maddon holds a great amount of respect for the Cardinals organization.