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Bears vs. Packers: Three Things To WatchThe Bears could be in first place by the end of the week. All they have to do is knock off Aaron Rodgers and the Packers Sunday. Let's get you ready.
Bears vs. Raiders: Three Things To WatchAs the Bears head to Las Vegas for the first time to play the Raiders Sunday at 3pm right here on CBS 2, here are three things to watch.
Bears Name Justin Fields Starting Quarterback Moving ForwardAfter rookie Justin Fields’ impressive performance against the Lions last week, Bears head coach Matt Nagy said he will be the team’s starting quarterback going forward the rest of this season.
Bears vs. Lions: Three Things To WatchThe Bears are trying to figure it out and so are their fans ahead of Sunday's game against the winless Lions. We're here to help with another edition of "Three Things to Watch" when the Bears host Detroit.
Bears v. Browns: Three Things To WatchCBS 2's Marshall Harris reports.
Bears vs. Bengals: Three Things To WatchThe Bears host the Cincinnati Bengals in Sunday’s home opener. It’s time for another edition of Three Things to Watch.
Soldier Field StatuesDon't pass up a chance to snap a photo next to the statues of team founder George Halas and Bears legend Walter Payton.
Soldier Field Water WallLocated at the north entrance, the memorial water wall spans 250 feed and features medallions and seals honoring the different branches of the U.S. Armed Services. 
Soldier Field ColonnadesThe landmark columns offer stunning views of the city and lake and are open to the public every day.
Soldier Field Doughboy StatueCreated in 1926, the statue was moved from Garfield Park to its current location during the 2003 stadium renovations.
Soldier Field ConcourseOften overlooked, each bench along the south wall includes inspiring quotations and actual medals donated by military members.
Soldier Field COVIDTo mitigate the spread of COVID-19, there will be more options for cashless payments. Although for those who still prefer to use cash, that’s possible, too. There are more hand sanitizing stations, and bathrooms will be closed and cleaned more often, especially during games
Soldier Field HistorySolider Field (known at the time as Grant Park Municipal Stadium) was designed in 1919 and formally hosted its first football game on Oct. 4, 1924.
Soldier Field RediscoveredSoldier Field is the current home of the National Football League’s Chicago Bears. It also hosts major soccer matches and has been an iconic venue for huge stadium concerts.
Soldier Field ColonnadesThe landmark columns offer stunning views of the city and lake and are open to the public every day.
Soldier Field Water WallLocated at the north entrance, the memorial water wall spans 250 feed and features medallions and seals honoring the different branches of the U.S. Armed Services.
Soldier Field RediscoveredNew health and safety protocols due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Soldier Field RediscoveredA look at Soldier Field like you have never seen it before!
Soldier Field RediscoveredSoldier Field is the current home of the National Football League’s Chicago Bears. It also hosts major soccer matches and has been an iconic venue for huge stadium concerts.
The Grand Concourse At Soldier FieldOften overlooked, each bench along the south wall includes inspiring quotations and actual medals donated by military members.
Statues Of Bears LegendsDon't pass up a chance to snap a photo next to the statues of team founder George Halas and Bears legend Walter Payton.  You'll need to work the angles for a selfie because the statues are 12-feet tall! Located on the south side, outside the stadium.
The Doughboy Statue At Soldier FieldSoldier Field was dedicated to the men and women serving in our armed forces.  One of the most popular spots is the World War 1 Doughboy statue at the south entrance. Created in 1926, the statue was moved from Garfield Park to its current location during the 2003 stadium renovations.
The History Of Soldier FieldSolider Field (known at the time as Grant Park Municipal Stadium) was designed in 1919 and formally hosted its first football game on Oct. 4, 1924. The name Soldier Field commemorates American soldiers lost in wars, and the historic colonnades, Doughboy statue, and Memorial Water Wall all pay homage to our fallen heroes.
Bears vs. Saints: Three Things To WatchThe Bears needed help to make the playoffs, but they’re on their own against the Saints. It’s a NFC Wild Card weekend showdown Sunday on CBS 2.

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