The Bears’ passing game has taken shape while the running game remains grounded.
“People are going to say what they want to say about me,” Bears safety Chris Conte says.
Jordan Mills is day-to-day, while Chris Conte’s status for Thursday is uncertain.
Ryan Mundy is confident after the Bears shut out the Eagles’ starters for a quarter Friday night.
Safety Chris Conte received some first-team defense reps, as did linebacker Khaseem Greene.
Two new names were also added to the injury list: Jordan Mills and Isaiah Frey.
“I just know I got a good opportunity to go out there and show what I can do,” Danny McCray says.
Offensive lineman Kyle Long is recovering from a viral infection.
Kyle Long will be out through the weekend at least.
Vereen is a sure tackler who’s good at reading keys, but his ball skills and footwork need work.
When you play defense with a good offense, it makes it fun,” Jared Allen says.
Also, Brock Vereen has made an early impression after running with the first unit.
Hockey can be a strange sport, which is why losses can be so painful.
Recovering from shoulder surgery, Chris Conte remains on track to return during training camp.
The Bears flashed some new looks on defense at Tuesday’s practice.
Emery isn’t conventional, and that means his draft pick may not be either.
Injured safety Chris Conte is expected back for the first preseason game.
Chris Conte will be behind in the safety competition after having shoulder surgery.
Bears coach Marc Trestman says Chris Conte “has the ability to be a starter.”
Jennings signed a one-year contract after playing for the Packers last year.