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2020 Schedule
1-0, 1st in NFC North
Spears: Saquon is due for bounce-back week vs. Bears ()
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Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears OLB Robert Quinn called his ankle injury "a fluke incident." Described rehab as unremarkable. "I wish I had a better story for you," Quinn said. Quinn is questionable for Sunday vs. the New York Giants.

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Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears OLB Khalil Mack said that he will be ready to go on Sunday against the New York Giants, despite being listed as questionable with a knee injury.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears OLBs Robert Quinn (ankle) and Khalil Mack (knee) are questionable for Sunday's game vs. the Giants. Quinn had full participation at Friday's practice. DT Akiem Hicks returned from an illness and had full participation on Friday as well.

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Robinson expects to be a Bear for rest of season

Allen Robinson said Wednesday that he expects to remain with the Bears the rest of this season, after news surfaced that he was unhappy with his contract talks with the team.

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Agent: Robinson unhappy, has not asked for trade

Allen Robinson is unhappy that the Chicago Bears have not paid him market value for a top wide receiver, but he has not formally requested a trade, agent Brandon Parker told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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Spain and Fitz Hour 1: Recapping a wild NFL Week 1

A WILD Week One in the NFL--We do the Monday Walk Of Shame & honor the weekend’s studs, plus we overreact with Good Take or Hot Take. The author of a new Patriots book spills on Bill & Brady and the Pre-Party is as weird as ever, talking zombie-filled yards, upside-down pee-pees, The Princess Bride & Fitz’s expletive-filled rants.

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KJZ Hour 1: The NFL is back!

Should the Cowboys have gone for it on 4th & 3 last night? And should we be worried about how much Cam ran the ball for the Patriots yesterday? Mike Tannenbaum joins the show to talk about if he's worried about Tom Brady's Buccaneers debut and how long the Jets should be patient with Adam Gase.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chicago Bears had surprising success on the ground with 90 rushing yards but trail the Lions 13-6 at halftime. Why do the Bears only have six points to show for their efforts? Well, Chicago is 0-for-6 on 3rd down and embattled quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is 8 of 20 for 110 yards (58.3 passer rating). For all the talk about Trubisky's offseason improvements, Trubisky looked like the same exact QB that drove Bears fans crazy last year -- at least over the opening 30 minutes of 2020.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears RB David Montgomery (groin) is active vs. the Lions. Montgomery had been listed as questionable but practiced without restrictions on Thursday and Friday.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Chicago Bears inactives vs. the Detroit Lions: CB Duke Shelley, LG Arlington Hambright, TE Eric Saubert, WR Riley Ridley, OLB Robert Quinn and DE Mario Edwards Jr.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears coach Matt Nagy had this to say when asked about OLB Robert Quinn (ankle), who's doubtful for Week 1: "I think frustration is probably a good word. I know how Robert is as a person. When you know who he is, he's pretty laidback but he's old school, too. He's really old school in his mentality of how he approaches things. It's where we're at. We'll see. He's doubtful, but things can change, so you don't know where things are at, but we'll see."

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears OLB Robert Quinn (ankle) missed practice all week and is doubtful to face Detroit on Sunday. Running back David Montgomery (groin) is questionable but had full participation again on Friday. Khalil Mack (knee) is also questionable.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears OLB Robert Quinn (ankle) missed practice again on Thursday but RB David Montgomery (groin) had full participation. OLB Khalil Mack limited for 2nd straight day with a knee injury.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears Chairman George McCaskey said on Thursday that he hasn't ruled out fans attending games at Soldier Field in 2020: "We're very optimistic. We're talking to the city. We've presented a plan and we think it's a good plan. We're told that it is a good plan but the city wants to see the number of active [COVID-19] cases in the city come down before we can bring people to Soldier Field."

Team Stats

Passing Yards214.021st
Rushing Yards149.08th
Points For27.0Tied-9th
Points Against23.0Tied-17th

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