The NFL and Jay-Z can be applauded for their respective efforts to create change, but true change can never be created by either interest until Colin Kaepernick is either at the table with them or at its head.
Around the league, the parsing of minutes seems to continue to be the norm, but we have seen teams change up the normal preseason routine like the Bears did under coach Matt Nagy last year.
With exhibition game No. 1, a long journey begins based in high hopes and expectations for the reigning NFC North champions.
Defensive continuity is a valuable commodity on any football team preparing for a new season and the Chicago Bears are hoping its top-ranked defense from 2018 can maintain its high standing by retaining 10 of its 11 starters for 2019.
Competition is heavy throughout the roster. These battles are a critical first step, not only does it benefit for depth reasons but also for setting the tone to what is an important season.
Establishing himself more as a leader both in and out of the Bears’ locker room, Mitch Trubisky shows more of his personality at a recent youth football camp.
Seriously, the Bears came from a 2018 season without many holes and still managed in the past several months to solve most of the lingering questions marks from a division-winning roster.
The Bears Centennial weekend is a great time for any Bears fan, but its more like a send-off party for the team who will have to put celebration aside soon as they set foot to accomplish a successful 2019 season.
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