Chicago still has unanswered questions and important roster decisions looming.
Dan Durkin breaks down which Bears are fighting for a roster spot ahead of the preseason finale.
Brandon Marshall, Santonio Holmes and Martellus Bennett could come with drama.
“It’s going to be fun this year,” Santonio Holmes says. “That’s all I have to say about it.”
Game tape doesn’t lie, and it shows where McClellin struggled against the Eagles.
The sight of Jimmy Clausen or Jordan Palmer can only strike fear in Bears fans.
Meanwhile, Chicago’s special teams struggled and the offensive line lost a man.
“We like what we’ve seen up to this point,” Marc Trestman says of David Fales.
Two new names were also added to the injury list: Jordan Mills and Isaiah Frey.
Marquess Wilson suffered a broken right clavicle in Monday’s practice.
Martellus Bennett slammed Kyle Fuller to the ground Monday but wasn’t remorseful.
At most, only six of the 53 players who make the Bears roster with be from the previous regime.
Offensive lineman Kyle Long is recovering from a viral infection.
Forget X’s and O’s. Are Trestman and Emery robots? And what happens without Mannelly?
Fales has quality anticipation and pocket awareness but needs to improve his arm strength.
“Our goal as an organization is to win championships,” general manager Phil Emery says.
The Bears held their opening training camp press conference Wednesday in Bourbonnais.
Vereen is a sure tackler who’s good at reading keys, but his ball skills and footwork need work.
Sutton is quick with good hands, but his conditioning and run defending need to improve.
Ferguson is a stout run defender and light on his feet but needs to better use his hands and pads.