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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.
Could a career year be in store for Jay Cutler? Health at receiver may determine that.
Chandler was signed to add depth at tackle and perhaps compete for a starting spot.
The White Sox are an even .500 at 29-29 after a 23-10 start to the season.
The Bears have stood behind Leno at left tackle.
Grasu spent the offseason working on several facets to his game.
The Bears’ new linebackers took unique roads to NFL success.
The metrics back Ross as one of baseball’s best catchers.
Teammates have counted on Cutler for guidance and leadership after many veterans have exited.
Hoyer will help work with the Bears offense while preparing as if he’s the starter.
Young wants to finish his career with the Bears.
The Bears have the kind of front seven that Vic Fangio needs to be successful.
Ross savored the moments of his milestone day at Wrigley Field.
Only Jonathan Bullard has yet to sign his rookie contract.
Jeffery is working on personalized workouts with renowned trainer David Alexander.