The Bears haven’t prioritized the safety position in recent years.
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.
Danny McCray or Brock Vereen will have to step up at safety.
Banged up as it is, the Bears’ secondary played quality football.
Chicago no longer has the luxury of depth in the secondary.
Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery are “day-to-day,” Marc Trestman says.
Chris Conte will figure into a three-man rotation at safety for the Bears.
It’s still unclear if Chris Conte will play Sunday, but the arrow’s pointing up.
Another noteworthy development: Ka’Deem Carey is listed as the second-string running back.
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.
Keep an eye on how the reserve running backs like Ka’Deem Carey perform.
“I just know I got a good opportunity to go out there and show what I can do,” Danny McCray says.
Also, Brock Vereen has made an early impression after running with the first unit.
The culture of today’s NFL makes safeties more valuable than ever.
The Bears added to their special teams unit Tuesday by re-signing safety Craig Steltz and agreeing to terms with safety Danny McCray.