Two key starters’ statuses are up-in-the-air for Sunday’s game against the Packers.
Mitch Trubisky is starting for the Bears. Again.
A cancelation of “meaningful” games could trigger an expanded playoffs at the end of the season.
The do-it-all safety is ready to return to action.
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How Washington’s football team finishes could ultimately impact what happens in Chicago’s offseason.
Charles Leno Jr. (toe) was on Thursday’s injury report.
If winning a World Series with the Cubs is kin to catching a white whale, then finding the Bears’ franchise quarterback is like stumbling across Big Foot.
No firm commitment, just an acknowledgement that there’s faith in Trubisky should things get to that point.
It looks like things are lining up for a healthy Mitchell Trubisky to start on Sunday.
OK, I can’t ignore the Sam Darnold smoke any longer.
Only two games — Lions-Texans, Cowboys-Washington — will be played on Thanksgiving day.
David Montgomery is cleared to return after leaving concussion protocol.
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I don’t know about you, but I’m looking forward to a potential grudge match between Trubisky and Glennon in Week 16.
Things are lining up for Mitchell Trubisky’s return to the starting lineup.
Modern problems require modern solutions. And Spice Adams has just the ticket to get the Bears out of their offensive slumber.
Fixing the offense with premium draft picks should be a priority.
There’s a non-zero chance of the Bears landing a top-5 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Would you rather have superior talent or a superb scheme?
Star safety Eddie Jackson is headed to the reserve/COVID-19 list:
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The Bears’ starting quarterback for Week 12 is still to be determined.
Champ Kelly is a name on the rise when it comes to NFL front office leaders.
I don’t imagine being firmly on the hot seat is how Nagy or Pace envisioned starting Packers Week. But here we are!
It’s back to football for the Bears.
As if Packers Week needed an extra layer of intrigue…
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You’re thinking about it. I’m thinking about it. So let’s talk about it.
Intrigued by a swaggy BYU quarterback rocking a headband because time is a flat circle.
Tarik Cohen chops it up with a youth football star.
Zach Wilson’s stock is through the roof, but not everyone is buying the hype.
I suppose there are reasons to want Mitchell Trubisky back as QB1.
What’s the temperature on that seat?
Three quarterbacks with first-round buzz have accepted invites to the Senior Bowl, including Heisman hopeful Kyle Trask.
This is a Roquan Smith appreciation post.
DeAndre Carter will be the fifth punt returner the Bears have used in 2020.
Tashaun Gipson Sr. has been a pleasant new addition for 2020.