The Bears haven’t prioritized the safety position in recent years.
Despite a double-digit loss season, Marc Trestman insists everyone involved did their best.
Kyle Long is inactive for today’s game versus the Lions.
Robbie Gould has been ruled out and will miss his third consecutive game.
An NFL player can’t be concerned with his wellness to perform his best.
Despite multiple injuries and concussions, Chris Conte isn’t giving football a second thought.
Jay Feely will handle Chicago’s kicking duties Monday night.
Bears safety Chris Conte is still dealing with a back injury.
This was just another ugly sight in a Bears season full of them.
Linebacker Darryl Sharpton is the only player to be ruled out.
Punter Pat O’Donnell would take over kicking duties if needed.
Plus, safety Chris Conte has an eye ailment that’s left his status unclear.
The Bears’ season can’t get worse, right? Oh yes it can.
Also, Jon Bostic is doubtful, and Jordan Mills is questionable.
Danny McCray sat out practice, but Chris Conte looks like he’s on track to play Sunday.
Chris Conte was a full participant, suggesting he’ll be ready to play Sunday.
Jon Bostic and Lance Briggs are both inactive for the second straight week.
Danny McCray or Brock Vereen will have to step up at safety.
The Bears’ starting offensive line practiced together for the first time since Week 1.
Also, the Bears are resting Matt Forte on Wednesdays because of his heavy workload.