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Maddon holds a great amount of respect for the Cardinals organization.
There was much to be learned after the Bears’ 22-0 preseason-opening loss to the Broncos.
Miller suffered a concussion on July 31 in training camp.
Who will make the cut for the Bears’ active roster? Let’s take a look.
Jeffery hadn’t practiced in full since injuring his hamstring in training camp.
“What did It’s preseason,” Kevin White says. “We got a lot to learn.”
How will the Bears’ offensive line hold up? What can Kevin White bring the team?
Amos is hoping to he can help the Bears create turnovers this season.
Floyd feels he can produce, and the Bears believe it, too.
Jeffery’s status for Thursday’s preseason opener remains unknown.
Fighting is a part of football, but the Bears hope it comes to an end at their camp.
The Bears looked to the long term by keeping Whitehair at left guard this season.
Injuries could derail the Bears’ 2016 season.
Bears coach John Fox admitted that Grasu’s injury looked “fairly serious.”
Fuller hasn’t lived up to the lofty first-round expectations yet, but he showed more consistency to close the 2015 season.
How good could White be in 2016? The potential is there for quality production.
Loggains is starting with Adam Gase’s schemes and building from that.
Jeffery suffered the hamstring strain toward the end of Wednesday’s practice.
Long has risen from the unknown to a position of great importance for the Bears.
Marshall said Cutler can be MVP, while Bennett claimed the quarterback didn’t get him the ball when he was open.