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    The Matt Eberflus era in Chicago officially will begin when the Bears open their season against the San Francisco 49ers on Sept. 11 at Soldier Field, according to the 2022 schedule the team released Thursday night. The new Bears coach then will get his first taste of the rivalry with the Green Bay Packers when his team visits Lambeau Field for “Sunday Night Football” in Week 2. The Bears are slated to play three prime-time games in the first seven weeks of the season — the Packers game, a “Thursday Night Football” contest against the Washington Commanders at Soldier Field in Week 6 and a “Monday Night Football” game the following week against the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Mass. A game against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium follows in Week 8, closing out an October with four road contests. The home schedule is stacked late in the season, when the Bears play only one road game over the final six weeks — a Jan. 1 game against the Lions in Detroit. That means the Bears won’t be playing...
    The Chicago Bears will announce their 2022 schedule Thursday night as the NFL releases its full slate of games for the upcoming season. NFL Network will air a schedule-release show at 7 p.m., with multiple players, coaches and analysts as guests. The Bears already had their home and road opponents set. Along with playing NFC North games against the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions at Soldier Field and away, the Bears will host the Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Commanders, Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers and Houston Texans. They will travel to face the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, New York Jets, New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons. Dates and times for those games — including how many the Bears will play in prime time under new coach Matt Eberflus — will be revealed. And details started to leak early Thursday morning. Here are some of the contests that either have been confirmed by the Tribune or reported by other outlets, including WSCR-AM 670 host Danny Parkins. Week 2: Bears at Packers, Sun., Sept. 18 Week 6:...
    The speech Matt Eberflus is going to deliver to players when the Chicago Bears can begin their voluntary offseason program April 4 has been ready for about three weeks now, an indication of how eager the first-year coach is to get going. Speaking Tuesday morning at the NFL’s annual meeting at The Breakers, Eberflus outlined how the nine-week program leading to mandatory minicamp in June will shape the foundation for what he and his staff are installing with the roster and the decisions that lie ahead. Here are 4 takeaways after talking to the new coach. 1. Those who have worked with Eberflus have praised him for being very detail-oriented, so it wasn’t surprising to hear him talk about the meetings he’s had. “I went sat for 45 minutes to an hour with each coach and talked to them about what’s the plan for each guy, because that’s what matters,” he said. “You develop the players this time of year. Where’s this guy at in his skill set and where does he need to be in nine weeks. We should...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer says quarterback Kirk Cousins is back with the team and will start on Sunday against the Chicago Bears. Cousins was placed on the COVID-19 reserve list late last week and missed Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers. The Vikings, quarterbacked by Sean Mannion, lost that game 37-10. With the playoffs officially out of reach, the Vikings have nothing to play for but pride on Sunday. Still, Zimmer said Wednesday he plans to his starters against the Bears. The Vikings placed five players — including three starting offensive lineman — on the COVID-19 reserve Monday, but Zimmer said he expects all of them to return to the team before Sunday’s game.   More On WCCO.com: MN WEATHER: Snow, Heavy Winds Impacting Wednesday Morning Commute Warrant: Hennepin Co. Sheriff Hutchinson Claimed ‘Cab Driver’ Was Behind Wheel After DWI Rollover Millions Have Quit Their Jobs During The ‘Great Resignation’; But Where Are The Workers Going? George Floyd’s 4-Year-Old Niece Shot In Houston On New Year’s Day
    New York Giants coach Joe Judge announced Wednesday morning that Mike Glennon and Jake Fromm both will play Sunday against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. The Bears are still working through their depth chart with Justin Fields (ankle) and Andy Dalton (groin) returning to practice as the team sorts through its situation at the position. Fields was limited in practice Wednesday, while Dalton was a full participant. Nick Foles, who passed for 250 yards and a touchdown to complete a 25-24 comeback victory at the Seattle Seahawks, is the only fully healthy option right now. That leaves the Bears (5-10) with medical reports to weigh as they prepare for a game against the Giants (4-11) with no postseason implications. Fields finished the Bears’ Dec. 20 loss to the Minnesota Vikings but suffered an ankle injury in the second quarter that hampered him the next day. He wore a walking boot last week. With Dalton dealing with a groin injury before he went on the reserve/COVID-19 list, that forced the Bears to turn to Foles for his...
    Getty Justin Fields #1 of the Chicago Bears looks on before the game against the Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field on December 26, 2021 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images) The status of Chicago Bears rookie quarterback heading into Week 17 is still up in the air. Fields injured his ankle against the Minnesota Vikings in the second quarter of the team’s Week 15 Monday night loss, and he missed the following game against the Seattle Seahawks. With veteran backup Andy Dalton also dealing with a groin injury, third-stringer Nick Foles got the start in Seattle, and he led the team to a 25-24 comeback win in the final minutes. If Fields doesn’t significantly improve this week, the NFL world could be treated to a Nick Foles – Mike Glennon showdown when the New York Giants come to Soldier Field on January 2. ALL the latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bears! Fields Didn’t Practice at All Last WeekAccording to Bears insider Brad Biggs...
    The Chicago Bears offense struggled mightly Monday night in a 17-9 loss to the Minnesota Vikings at Solder Field. Despite a spirited effort from their defense, the Bears (4-10) were eliminated from playoff contention with the loss, so the focus officially shifts to 2022. Brad Biggs answers questions about Bears ownership, rookie offensive tackle Teven Jenkins, quarterback Justin Fields and more in his weekly mailbag. When will Bears fans get an organization that cares as much as we fans do? — @cause1369 The people who have worked in the organization for an extended period of time care deeply about the performance of the team. I haven’t spoken with George McCaskey in a long time but I’ve spent plenty of time with him over the years, and I promise you the success of the franchise motivates him daily. Outside of the health of his family, I can’t imagine anything else is more important to him. So in my opinion, when you question the commitment of the Bears ownership and leadership in terms of their care and motivation, you’re wide...
    Chicago Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields has been medically cleared to return from his ribs injury and will start Sunday night against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. It will be Fields’ first start since he suffered three cracked ribs in the Nov. 21 game against the Baltimore Ravens. He said Wednesday he still feels some pain, but it’s not as bad as the pain he felt when he suffered a hip and ribs injury in the College Football Playoff semifinal against Clemson in January while at Ohio State. This time, he went about a week without throwing because of the pain. “You have three cracked ribs, of course there’s going to be pain,” Fields said. “As long as it’s just not crazy pain where I can’t bear it, I’m going to play and practice.” Matt Nagy said the Bears still are determining who will be Fields’ backup as Andy Dalton deals with a left hand injury. If Dalton isn’t ready, the Bears would turn to Nick Foles as the No. 2. Fields said...
    As the 4-8 Chicago Bears prepare to head north to Green Bay for a Sunday night game against the Packers at Lambeau Field, Brad Biggs takes a spin through the weekly Bears mailbag. Among this week’s topics: a rebuilding timeline, Allen Robinson’s hamstring injury and why on earth the Bears-Packers game is in prime time. Realistically, how long will this new rebuild take to produce a playoff berth? With the salary-cap situation, aging players and limited draft picks plus a whole new scheme on both sides of the ball, are there enough building blocks to turn it around fast? Two years? — @donaldguy2 That’s a great question — actually a series of questions — with a ton of unknowns. Many, many variables are in play, and decisions will directly impact others in a series. There’s no way of telling what kind of organizational change the Bears will make at the end of the season and how deep it will run. It’s impossible to gauge how any newcomers will feel about the core of the roster in place....
    After moving past rumors about coach Matt Nagy’s job status, the Chicago Bears had a week of relative peace following their Thanksgiving win against the Detroit Lions. Now the 9-2 Arizona Cardinals come to town to try to disturb that calm. We’ve got Week 13 updates all day from Soldier Field. Get the latest Bears news on your phone, desktop and inbox Be the first to read Brad Biggs’ 10 thoughts on the Bears each week Week 13 inactives announced Bears inside linebacker Roquan Smith is active Sunday against the Cardinals. Smith missed practices Wednesday and Thursday with a hamstring injury but returned in a limited capacity Friday. He worked out at Soldier Field hours before the game to test out his hamstring before the Bears made the decision. Bears rookie offensive tackle Teven Jenkins also is active for his first NFL game after the Bears activated him Saturday. Jenkins missed training camp and the first 11 games after having back surgery. Bears quarterback Justin Fields and wide receiver Allen...
    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields is not expected to return from his ribs injury Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, but one of his fellow rookies could potentially see his first NFL game action. Bears coach Matt Nagy named quarterback Andy Dalton the starter and Nick Foles the backup for the Week 13 game at Soldier Field, saying Fields is making progress but wasn’t ready to be medically cleared to play. Meanwhile, the Bears have cleared rookie offensive tackle Teven Jenkins to be activated 3½ months after he underwent back surgery. Jenkins, the No. 39 draft pick out of Oklahoma State in the spring, returned to practice Nov. 15 and is feeling good, Nagy said. Nagy indicated Jenkins — for now — will be offensive line depth behind veteran left tackle Jason Peters and rookie right tackle Larry Borom, but he also could be used on the field-goal/extra-points team or in special situations. Nagy said a rotation with Borom midseason might be too difficult to execute. “When you draft a guy you’re always anticipating how he’s going...
    Justin Fields’ growth process has been interrupted. For now, anyway, the focus is on Fields’ injured ribs. The Chicago Bears rookie left Sunday’s loss to the Baltimore Ravens early in the third quarter and did not return. He won’t play in Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day game in Detroit, and a more concrete timeline for his return has yet to emerge. What exactly is the severity of Fields’ injury? It’s difficult to say. In a video a friend posted on Instagram on Sunday evening, Fields said his ribs weren’t broken but just bruised. Coach Matt Nagy wouldn’t confirm that part of the diagnosis when asked about it Monday morning. “I can’t rule out anything,” he said. “All I can say is we’re waiting to get feedback and then that’s what we’ve got to go off of.” On Tuesday, Nagy confirmed that the Bears won’t push Fields back into action this week with a significant injury and such a short turnaround. Fields has never experienced the Sunday-to-Thursday recovery and preparation process, which is incredibly demanding even for players who are...
    For those Chicago Bears fans hanging on through this 3-7 season because they at least can watch rookie quarterback Justin Fields’ growth, Sunday’s 16-13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens was like taking a helmet to the gut. Fields missed most of the second half at Soldier Field after suffering injured ribs, and his status is in question for Thursday’s game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Bears coach Matt Nagy was typically evasive with his answers about Fields’ injury after the game. He said he didn’t know if Fields’ ribs are broken, whether the injury happened on one play or was a result of several hits or if there is a chance Fields could recover in time for the Thanksgiving game. “We’ve just got to see where Justin is at,” Nagy said. “When you’re talking about ribs, you’ve got to find out how much it affects him. We as a staff have to talk through all that.” Fields’ friend Simeon Kelley posted an Instagram video of Fields lying down after the game and said...
    For those Chicago Bears fans hanging on through this 3-7 season because they at least can watch rookie quarterback Justin Fields’ growth, Sunday’s 16-13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens was like taking a helmet to the gut. Fields missed most of the second half at Soldier Field after suffering injured ribs, and his status is in question for Thursday’s game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Bears coach Matt Nagy was typically evasive with his answers about Fields’ injury after the game. He said he didn’t know if Fields’ ribs are broken, whether the injury happened on one play or was a result of several hits or if there is a chance Fields could recover in time for the Thanksgiving game. “We’ve just got to see where Justin is at,” Nagy said. “When you’re talking about ribs, you’ve got to find out how much it affects him. We as a staff have to talk through all that.” Fields’ friend Simeon Kelley posted an Instagram video of Fields lying down after the game and said...
    There were few positives to take away from the Chicago Bears’ 38-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 7, and that’s reflected in this week’s Bears mailbag. Brad Biggs takes a swing at questions about Ryan Pace’s and Matt Nagy’s job security, Justin Fields’ body language — and the rarely seen white-on-white uniform combination. Will the Bears be sellers at the trade deadline? — @rickcwik16 The 3 p.m. Tuesday trade deadline is quickly approaching, and over the last five years or so we have seen an uptick in deals. But the NFL remains far behind the other major sports in terms of in-season player movement. It would be great if the Bears could add draft capital for 2022. Currently, they are without their first- and fourth-round picks as part of the trade with the New York Giants to draft quarterback Justin Fields. They are also without their seventh-round pick, which they packaged with wide receiver Anthony Miller in a trade with the Houston Texans. That deal netted them the Texans’ fifth-round pick, so the Bears...
    There were few positives to take away from the Chicago Bears’ 38-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 7, and that’s reflected in this week’s Bears mailbag. Brad Biggs takes a swing at questions about Ryan Pace’s and Matt Nagy’s job security, Justin Fields’ body language — and the rarely seen white-on-white uniform combination. Will the Bears be sellers at the trade deadline? — @rickcwik16 The 3 p.m. Tuesday trade deadline is quickly approaching, and over the last five years or so we have seen an uptick in deals. But the NFL remains far behind the other major sports in terms of in-season player movement. It would be great if the Bears could add draft capital for 2022. Currently, they are without their first- and fourth-round picks as part of the trade with the New York Giants to draft quarterback Justin Fields. They are also without their seventh-round pick, which they packaged with wide receiver Anthony Miller in a trade with the Houston Texans. That deal netted them the Texans’ fifth-round pick, so the Bears...
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