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General manager Ryan Pace has openly stated his belief in Barkley. Now, they must offer a chance.
Receiver Alshon Jeffery is questionable with a knee injury.
Could this be a big game for Alshon Jeffery and Kevin White?
The Bears are looking to avoid a franchise-worst seven-game losing streak to the Lions.
One day after practicing in a limited basis, Cutler wasn’t in pads.
The Bears elevated John Timu to the active roster, replacing Anderson’s spot at linebacker.
The Bears brought in Bell after the Lions passed on the 30-year-old last week.
Cutler’s return to the practice field comes ahead of the initial schedule.
Just three games into the season, the Bears are hoping Jordan Howard can carry them to success.
Bell adds a veteran presence to a running back depth chart lacking experience.
Langford was carted off during the third quarter of Sunday’s loss to the Cowboys.
Through three games, the Bears offense has seen major struggles.
Somebody needs to explain why the Bears seem so unprepared.
Langford had three rushes for 31 yards prior to the injury.
It will be Brian Hoyer starting at quarterback for the Bears in place of Jay Cutler.
The Bears have yet to rule out quarterback Jay Cutler, who was also listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game.
Bears tight end Zach Miller feels Cutler is one of the toughest guys he has played with.
“I feel pretty good,” Jeffery says.
Can the battered Bears submit a better performance in Dallas?
Bears offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains is focusing on igniting his rushing attack.