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Training camp became a bit complicated for the Chicago Bears on Tuesday when Roquan Smith publicly acknowledged his trade request. Hub Arkush, Sean Hammond and Kyle Nabors discuss the latest news.
The Bears have a fullback on the roster for the first time since 2018. Khari Blasingame is ready to lead the way for running backs David Montgomery and Khalil Herbert. Plus other notes from training camp Sunday.
Bears tackle Teven Jenkins made his return to practice and several key wide receivers are now sidelined by injuries. Following Saturday's developments, the depth chart is more muddled than ever at those positions, writes Hub Arkush.
Bears offensive tackle Teven Jenkins returned to practice on Saturday for the first time since July 27. Jenkins had been sitting out with an undisclosed injury. He was a very limited participant Saturday.
Bears offensive coordinator Luke Getsy indicated the offense is going to lean heavily on tight end Cole Kmet. So far in camp, Kmet has been one of Justin Fields' top targets.
Hub Arkush, Sean Hammond and Kyle Nabors discuss the latest news from Halas Hall with the first week of the Chicago Bears training camp in the books.
Bears cornerback Kindle Vildor was benched midway through last season. Now he has a clean slate and he's seeing reps with the first-team offense. “I know it’s only going to make me a better player," Vildor said of his benching.
With Larry Borom and Braxton Jones, the Bears have two promising young tackles. But now that veteran Riley Reiff is here, how do Borom and Jones fit in on the offensive line? And what is the latest with Teven Jenkins?
The Bears have held trade discussions involving second-year offensive tackle Teven Jenkins, according to the NFL Network. Jenkins has been sitting out practice with an undisclosed injury.
Wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown had the Bears high on his list in free agency after the team hired Luke Getsy as offensive coordinator.
New Bears receiver N'Keal Harry is ready for a fresh start in Chicago after being traded earlier this month. His teammates and coaches see a lot of potential in the big-bodied receiver.
What’s the plan for Roquan Smith? And Teven Jenkins’ absence Thursday opens up a new training camp storyline. Hub Arkush, Sean Hammond and Kyle Nabors discuss the latest news from Halas Hall.
Bears offensive coordinator Luke Getsy said it will take time to build comfort in a new offense. The Bears are working through those growing pains now early in training camp.
There's no question the Bears offensive line improved with additions of Reilly Reiff and Michael Schofield, Hub Arkush writes, but where exactly does that leave youngsters like Teven Jenkins?
The Bears signed veteran offensive lineman Riley Reiff to a one-year contract on Tuesday. Additionally, they signed rookie safety Jaquan Brisker to a four-year rookie deal.