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Just days into training camp, the Bears are already dealing with injuries to Zach Miller and Ben Braunecker.
Royal left practice early on, while Miller sat the entire day out.
Young was overjoyed with the new deal to stay with the Bears through 2018.
Corey Cogdell-Unrein is a trap shooter participating in her third Olympic games.
The Bears will be wise in getting Long back to the practice field.
White felt free from his lost rookie season as he took the field for training camp.
Jeffery is out to prove he’s an elite receiver.
Floyd offered a scare to fans when he was carted off from practice.
Long departed late in the Bears’ first practice at training camp.
Cutler has become the centerpiece for the Bears’ 2016 hopes.
“You just feel the chemistry and the culture,” Pace says.
McPhee is still recovering from offseason knee surgery.
Long provided details of Trevathan in a rather unique way.
Who returns kicks and punts for the Bears is an open-ended question entering training camp.
Abreu hasn’t been quite the same player, and it’s hurting the inconsistent White Sox.
The Bears are counting on health and consistency with little depth in the secondary.
As Sale has expressed his frustration with Ventura, Williams feels it was handled in “excellent fashion.”
Linebacker went from the Bears’ biggest weakness to one of their greatest strengths.
The White Sox believe they can still make a push.
“We’re just hoping and waiting for a policy change,” Adam Eaton says.