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The Bear's Den: August 4, 2016

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Add Danny Trevathan and Alshon Jeffery to the list of walking wounded in Chicago... but at least they are WALKING, right?

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BEAR DOWN, CHICAGO BEARS, BEAR DOWN!!!!

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Perez: Danny Trevathan and Alshon Jeffery forced to exit practice early - Bears Wire - The Chicago Bears continue to be victimized by injury in training camp, with both Alshon Jeffery and Danny Trevathan leaving early today

Cox: Four players who stood out from Day 6 of Bears training camp - Bears Wire - Two skill players and two cornerbacks really stood out, in good ways and bad, at the Chicago Bears' sixth training camp practice.

Jahns: Bears WR Alshon Jeffery leaves practice with 'muscle tightness' - Chicago Sun-Times - Bears coach John Fox didn’t seemed overly concerned. But "Alshon Jeffery Watch" is on.

Mullen: With attention elsewhere, Kevin White quietly giving Bears what they hoped for - CSN Chicago - Kevin White is quietly impressing the Bears in training camp.

Campbell: 5 observations from Bears practice Wednesday - Chicago Tribune - The Bears returned to practice in full pads Wednesday after Tuesday’s off-day. Here are five observations—plus some bonus ones—from the session. Remember,

Morrissey: Can Brandon Marshall please leave us alone? Not a chance - Chicago Sun-Times - Former Bears receiver again says Jay Cutler can be MVP.

Jahns: Day 7 of Bears training camp - Chicago Sun-Times - The Chicago Sun-Times’ Adam L. Jahns, Patrick Finley and Mark Potash break down the sixth day of Bears training camp.

Jahns: Dowell Loggains piecing together Bears offense - Chicago Sun-Times - Here’s what Loggains said about three positions of concern when he met the media on Wednesday.

Potash: Kyle Long eager for re-start after returning from calf injury - Chicago Sun-Times - Long’s return figures to only heighten an already competitive camp

Mullen: With attention elsewhere, Kevin White quietly giving Bears what they hoped for - CSN Chicago - Kevin White is quietly impressing the Bears in training camp.

Wiederer: Jay Cutler takes high road in reviewing Martellus Bennett's digs - Chicago Tribune - Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was asked about the thoughts of former teammates Martellus Bennett and Brandon Marshall and simply laughed.

Lavaccare: Rookie CB Deiondre' Hall feels at home in Chicago Bears' secondary - Pro Football Weekly - Hall's learning the nuances of the game and how to use his long arms to his advantage in Bears camp.

Fishbain: Jonathan Bullard knows he can be quick-twitch asset for Chicago Bears' defensive line - Pro Football Weekly - Bullard is learning from bigger players like Hicks on Bears' defensive front.

Mullen: Daniel Braverman highlights continue; Tony Moeaki, Jonathan Bullard flash - CSN Chicago - Rookie wide receiver Daniel Braverman continues to make a strong impression on Bears training camp while tight end Tony Moeaki and rookie defensive end Jonathan Bullard also showed flashes.

Thompson: Kyle Long's low video game rating doesn't go unnoticed ... by Kyle Long - Chicago Tribune - Kyle Long tweeting a picture of right guard rankings on the "Madden 17" video game, and the grade wasn't flattering for the Bears offensive lineman.

Mayer: Cutler feels offense has taken big steps - ChicagoBears.com - Bears quarterback Jay Cutler on Wednesday discussed the offense's progress so far in camp, working with coordinator Dowell Loggains and how Alshon Jeffery and Kevin White have performed.

Perez: Kyle Long is healthy, returns to practice - Bears Wire - Chicago Bears OL Kyle Long returned to practice today after missing all but one session with a right calf injury

Mullen: Bears Jay Cutler wishes Tom Brady good luck with Martellus Bennett - CSN Chicago - After former teammate Martellus Bennett had bold declarations about Jay Cutler, Cutler wished his future quarterback, Tom Brady, good luck in throwing to him.

LeGere: Confidence continues to build for Chicago Bears' Braverman - Daily Tribune - Chicago Bears rookie receiver Daniel Braverman is performing on a much bigger stage than he did at Western Michigan, but he seems unfazed. "If you don't do your job," he said "then you're not going to be playing in front of anybody."

After fishing in Alaska and enjoying down time, John Fox ready for work - ESPN - Chicago Bears coach John Fox thinks it's important to get some down time, maybe stop raising somebody else's kids and raise your own.

Photos: Wednesday's Bears training camp practice - Chicago Tribune - Photos from Bears training camp in Bourbonnais on Aug. 3, 2016.

Wiltfong: Chicago Bears expected to make a couple of roster moves - Windy City Gridiron - Even with training camp in full swing, the Chicago Bears are still tinkering with their roster to find the right 90 guys. The latest reports have them adding fullback Darrel Young, who spent the...

Noble: Brandon Marshall picks Bears QB Jay Cutler as 2016 MVP - Windy City Gridiron - The former Bears WR explains why he thinks Jay Cutler could be the 2016 NFL MVP.

WIltfong: The Bennett brothers take a shot at Jay Cutler - UPDATED with quotes from Cutler - Windy City Gridiron - When rattling off a list of the worst quarterbacks in the NFL, one would presume you’d start with the guys that hold the clipboards. The number threes and number twos would then be followed by the...

Wiltfong's Chicago Bears Training Camp Recap: Kyle Long is back and another fight breaks out at camp - Windy City Gridiron - The big news coming out of Halas Hall today was starting right guard Kyle Long back at practice, albeit limited. Last week he spent some time in a walking boot to ease his strained calf, but today...

POLISH SAUSAGE

Knowles: Charles Tillman to jump with Army's Golden Knights in Air and Water Show - Chicago Tribune - Former Bears cornerback Charles Tillman plans to tandem-jump with the Army's Golden Knights in the Chicago Air and Water Show, Aug. 20-21.

Greenberg's fantasy football 2016: Wide receivers are all the rage. So draft running backs instead. - Chicago Tribune - With so many wide receivers ranked so highly this season, it might seem obvious that Zero RB is what can earn you a title.

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