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Happy Bears100 Celebration Weekend! And Other Bullets

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I’m starting my day with the Bleacher Nation gang at Wrigley Field for the first of a three-game set against the Cardinals before heading out to Rosemont for the Bears100 Celebration. So to say I’ve got a full day of #stuff going on might feel like an understatement. I suppose now is a good time to get hydrated for the events to come.

  • Raise your hand if you are ready for this:

  • Yep, me too.
  • This will be my first Bears fan-fest, so there is an extra bit of juice flowing through me right now. But because it’s my first, I’m not 100 percent sure what to do after Opening Ceremonies. When the Bleacher Nation bunch goes to the Cubs Convention, going to Lizzie McNeil’s is  a tradition unlike any other. What’s the Rosemont version of Lizzie’s? Bub City? Hofbrauhaus? I think we have some decent options, but I’m open to ideas. In any case, I’m looking forward too seeing all of you tonight.
  • An important fan-centric primer to this weekend’s events:


  • In case you are curious, there are 90 days until the regular season starts.
  • Good luck throwing at this guy:

  • I was going to drop an Andre 3000 “Prototype” reference here, but I thought it was way too much of a deep cut for a Friday morning. But still … Khalil Mack is The Dude at the 6-7 technique on defense:


  • Is there a way to learn this power?

  • This is a good tweet and I don’t understand why people are giving Robert trouble in his @ replies:

  • If my favorite football writer at The Ringer tweets it, then it must be true. Right?
  • But also, if you think Mitch Trubisky is the fourth best quarterback in a division where Kirk Cousins doing Kirk Cousins things isn’t a good thing, and where Matthew Stafford profiles to be a new era version of Jay Cutler, then I’ve got nothing for ya. Go for the crown, Mitchell!
  • Coffee, patio furniture, and cast iron cookware are among your Deals of the Day at Amazon today.

Author: Luis Medina

Luis Medina is a Writer at Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at@lcm1986.