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  • Many decisions for Bears, but biggest at safety

     Many decisions for Bears, but biggest at safety
    CLEVELAND — The Bears have one decision remaining for their starting lineup when it comes to Week 1 against the Bills but no clues were available in the exhibition finale Thursday night at FirstEnergy Stadium. Who is the starting free safety to...
  • Another long field goal foul-up for Bears

    Another long field goal foul-up for Bears
    CLEVELAND — Bears kicker Robbie Gould patted long-snapper Brandon Hartson on the helmet after he missed a 52-yard field goal wide right in the second quarter of the exhibition finale Thursday night against the Browns. It was Gould's third miss...
  • Biggs: 10 thoughts on Bears' loss to Seahawks

    Biggs: 10 thoughts on Bears' loss to Seahawks
    SEATTLE — Ten thoughts after the Bears were pummeled 34-6 in an exhibition loss to the Super Bowl champion Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. 1. It was pretty much an ugly game all the way around for the Bears and what’s left to do is find the...
  • Exhibition rout 'a good wake-up call' for Bears

    Exhibition rout 'a good wake-up call' for Bears
    SEATTLE — As far as regular-season tuneups go, this isn't going to do a whole lot to enthrall the Grabowskis. Enrage them coming off a season of unprecedented defensive futility? Maybe. You could have at least said the Bears made it out of...
  • Bears roster firming up but questions remain

    Bears roster firming up but questions remain
    The Bears' final 53-man roster has begun to crystallize after 14 training camp practices and two exhibition games. Players have two exhibitions and five full practices remaining to impress general manager Phil Emery, coach Marc Trestman and Trestman's...
  • Readers' Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag

    Readers' Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag
    Is roster turnover a legitimate excuse for poor special teams play or is Joe DeCamillis to blame? Dave Toub managed each year. – @Rodgeo33 from Twitter Special teams stunk last week against the Eagles and DeCamillis knows as much. There were...
  • Defensive line will determine Bears' success

    Defensive line will determine Bears' success
    The Bears have a fluid situation at safety and linebacker and the backup quarterback battle might create storylines for the remainder of preseason after Jordan Palmer played effectively and Jimmy Clausen one-upped him. But if this team is going...
  • Biggs: 10 thoughts on Bears' win over Jaguars

    Biggs: 10 thoughts on Bears' win over Jaguars
    Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears improved to 2-0 in preseason with a 20-19 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars Thursday night at Soldier Field. 1. If the Bears were hoping for some clarity in the backup quarterback battle Thursday night, they&...
  • Bears training camp rundown

     Bears training camp rundown
    Position battleTight end Matthew Mulligan: The five-year veteran continues to practice as the No. 2 tight end behind Martellus Bennett. Coaches like his ability in the running and passing games, and he showed that Wednesday. On a running play to the left...
  • $1 could make difference for two Bears

    $1 could make difference for two Bears
    BOURBONNAIS—In a system where the salary cap for the 2014 NFL season is $133 million, a $1 bill with George Washington on the front can make a difference. If Brian de la Puente or Nate Collins look like they are going to have a role in the...
  • Bears practice report: Observations and thoughts from Wednesday

    Bears practice report: Observations and thoughts from Wednesday
    BOURBONNAIS — The Bears on Wednesday returned to practice, their fifth of training camp. Here are some thoughts and observations from the session. 1. Michael Irvin, Hall of Fame receiver and NFL Network analyst, had a lot to say — as usual...