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The Bear’s Den, April 18, 2019

The schedule is now released, and single-game tickets for 2019 are now on sale. It’s not football yet, but it’s closer

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Emma: Bears Schedule Breakdown: Tough Road Back To Top - 670 The Score - The Bears’ 2019 schedule is out, and it appears to be challenging.

Bears single-game tickets on sale now - - Bears preseason and regular-season single-game tickets are now on sale to the general public.

Mayer: Bears release 2019 regular-season schedule - - The Bears stepped back into the national spotlight with a resurgent 2018 season and will remain there this year, playing five prime-time games and making another appearance on Thanksgiving.

Mayer: Bears’ 2019 schedule by the numbers - - Take a unique look at the Bears’ 2019 regular-season schedule by the numbers, with items about streaks, stretches, trends and other interesting tidbits.

Mayer: Bears-Raiders game in London set for Oct. 6 - - The NFL on Wednesday announced that the Bears-Raiders game in London this season will be played on Sunday, Oct. 6 at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Tickets are available via NFL On Location.

Mitch Trubisky and Jim McMahon Are Teaming Up for a Panel at #Bears100 - Jim McMahon and Mitch Trubisky will star on a panel at the Bears 100 Celebration Weekend, which takes place June 7-9 in Rosemont. And you better believe these two are excited to be a part of the festivities:

Morrissey: Bears' Zach Miller calls it quits, and it's the right move - Sun Times - After so many months of wishing he'd stop trying to come back from a gruesome knee injury, I had one thought when he retired Wednesday: Thank God.

Finley: Storylines, analysis for all 16 Bears games - Sun Times - The Bears are back in prime time — and, in one case, making international news.

Finley: Details set for Bears' game in London on Oct. 6 - Sun Times - The Bears are Raiders will christen Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with its first-ever American football game on Oct. 6, the NFL announced Wednesday.

Finley: After committing almost $100M to CBs, Bears need backups - Sun Times - To reward the Bears the way Kyle Fuller Fuller and Prince Amukamara did is a high bar for Buster Skrine to clear.

Kane: Bears' 2019 schedule includes five prime-time games, a London trip and a Thanksgiving Day game in Detroit - Chicago Tribune - The Bears' 2019 schedule was released Wednesday night. It features prime-time games against the Packers, Redskins, Rams, Cowboys and Chiefs.

Biggs' Bears Q&A: What position should Ryan Pace target in Round 3? Who will the Bears play in prime time? - Chicago Tribune - Brad Biggs answers your Bears questions weekly. What position should the Bears target with their first pick in the draft? Is Darrell Henderson a good fit for the offense and what other prospects might look good? How many prime time games will the Bears have and who will they play?

Zeglinski: Making a new chicken salad: Reasonable contract parameters for Tarik Cohen – The Rock River Times - One place the NFL lacks, among many areas, is in consistent scouting for talent at historic black colleges. With the NFL Draft this month, there’s a emphasis on blue blood prospects from big-time programs and small school guys that stand out among inferior competition. Every niche from Division I to junior colleges is mostly filled. But it seems there’s a lacking clear focus on talented players in black college football.

Moreano’s 2019 Chicago Bears Mock Draft: 2.0 - Chicago Audible - The Chicago Bears don't have many holes to fill heading into the 2019 NFL Draft. So, check out this mock to see how it addresses the team's current needs.

Mullin: 'Hunted' Bears draw heavy dose of prime time with first-place 2019 schedule - NBC Sports Chicago - The Bears schedule is out. John "Moon" Mullin predicts each game on the Bears' schedule to come up with a final 2019 record.

Neveau: Chicago Bears Release 2019 Regular Season Schedule - NBC Chicago - The Chicago Bears have officially released their 2019 regular season schedule, and the team is going to face some serious challenges as they look to repeat as NFC North champions.

Bears have five prime-time games, Browns have four; and other highlights of 2019 - Sun Times - As previously announced, NFL 100 will kick off with Green Bay at Chicago for the 199th meeting of a series that began in 1921.

Finley: NFL schedule 2019: Bears release preseason dates, times - Sun Times - The Bears set their preseason schedule Wednesday night, cementing dates and times for two home games and two road contests.


AAF confirms end of operations, bankruptcy – ProFootballTalk - The Alliance of American Football officially has pulled the plug on the league, for good. The AAF announced that a bankruptcy petition was filed today in federal court in Texas. “We are deeply disappointed to be taking this action,” the league said in a statement.

Ten teams scheduled for five prime-time appearances – ProFootballTalk - The NFL has scheduled 10 teams to make five prime-time appearances during the 2019 season. That list includes both of the teams playing in the opening game of the year.

Toughest 2019 NFL schedules: Eagles, Broncos have hard roads - - Gregg Rosenthal identifies the 2019 NFL season’s toughest schedules, including a slate that could be tough for Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints to navigate.


Former Air Force linebacker Ryan Watson to attend Detroit Lions rookie minicamp - Pride Of Detroit - A unique story of an Air Force graduate.

Vikings 2019 Schedule: Dates, Opponents, Game Times, and More - Daily Norseman - Follow along as the Vikings schedule is announced at 7 PM CT Wednesday.

Vikings For Life - Daily Norseman - What is it that makes Vikings’ players want to stay in Minnesota?

NFL 2019 Schedule Reaction: Matt LaFleur starts Packers tenure with long homestand - Acme Packing Company - First-time head coach Matt LaFleur will enjoy a rare three-game homestand during the first month of the regular season.

Green Bay Packers’ 2019 schedule released, features five prime time games - Acme Packing Company - The Packers will be a big draw as usual this year, but they face a tough stretch of travel to close out the year.

Detroit Lions 2019 schedule release: 4 quick thoughts - Pride Of Detroit - Some quick thoughts on the upcoming season’s schedule.


Householder: The official 2019 Chicago Bears schedule for their 100th season is here - Windy City Gridiron - The rumors are through and here is the official schedule

Sunderbruch: WCG Confidence Board - Version 1.0 - Windy City Gridiron - In a year when the Bears have limited ammunition in the draft, it’s more important than ever that they get their picks right.

Schmitz' Chicago Bears Breakdowns — Anatomy of a Play: The Bellamy Bamboozle - Windy City Gridiron - Robert S. continues his series dedicated to analyzing the underrated plays of 2018 by looking at Bellamy’s fake-screen touchdown play from Week 4.

Leming's Bears mailbag: What will happen in the draft? Will Trubisky regress? That and more in this week’s mailbag! - Windy City Gridiron - The draft is just over a week away, so we’ll tackle your draft questions along with feelings on the upcoming season. All in this week’s mailbag.


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