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.
Khaseem Greene, Darryl Sharpton and Christian Jones impressed Sunday.
The Bears’ linebacking corps has been hit hard by injury.
Briggs, Williams, Bostic and McClellin all sat out Wednesday’s practice.
Jared Allen lost 15 pounds with the illness but is confident he’ll play Sunday.
Plus, the Bears need to turn it around at Soldier Field or risk missing the playoffs.
Coleman is the third member of Illinois’ 2015 class.
“You’re just trying to make sure you have more good days than bad days,” D.J. Williams says.
Plus, Jay Cutler is high on the signing of wideout Santonio Holmes.
Keep an eye on how the reserve running backs like Ka’Deem Carey perform.
In hindsight, D.J. Williams says he “might have looked at other situations.”
Jon Bostic is getting reps at all three linebacker positions.
Jon Bostic got quality reps Tuesday as the strong-side and weak-side linebacker spots.
The Bears flashed some new looks on defense at Tuesday’s practice.
Shea McClellin has actually played more linebacker in his career than defensive end.
Emery isn’t conventional, and that means his draft pick may not be either.
Members of the Bears’ new D-line had 122 disruptions last year, topping the 71 Chicago’s old core recorded.
Bears fans should have cautious optimism, as Phil Emery had to make moves of some sort.