This weekend is more than just a big division matchup between the Bears and Vikings.
Sunday's game will feature a pair of Minnesota coaches -- head coach Leslie Frazier and linebackers coach Mike Singletary -- facing off against the team they won a Super Bowl with. Both Frazier and Singletary were members of the 1985 Bears defense, one of the best units of all time.
CSN sat down with Singletary earlier this year as part of the popular "Inside Look" series, and the Hall of Fame linebacker chatted about what it's like to work for one of the Bears' rivals and coaching with Frazier.
"Once you've been in Chicago, it's a city that is really unlike any other," Singletary said. "It has its own signature. It certainly is a city that I will always be thankful for and what Chicago means to me and my family and so many people there. They love hard, they fight hard. It's a great city."
"I think sometimes things happen in life and you find yourself in situation where, at the onset, you think 'you've gotta be kidding me. I'm going to Minnesota or Green Bay?' But I think everything has to do with your attitude toward being where you are. Being here has been great. It's been a tremendous surprise for me."
Singletary also discusses how he got into coaching and his desire to become a head coach again and take a team to the Super Bowl multiple times.
Check out the entire interview with Singletary in advance of the Bears-Vikings game Sunday.
The Cubs are down to only one starter in next month's All-Star Game in Miami: reigning MVP Kris Bryant.
Jason Heyward lost his grip on the final starting outfielder spot to Marlins star Marcell Ozuna in the latest All-Star balloting update released by the MLB:
That may be for the best, as the Cubs are currently banged up (Heyward. Ben Zobrist and Kyle Hendricks are on the disabled list) and slogging through a season where they've hovered around .500. So maybe four days off in a row would be beneficial for the defending champs.
Heyward is 29,270 votes behind Ozuna and Zobrist is 118,248 votes behind Heyward. It appears as if Washington's Bryce Harper and Colorado's Charlie Blackmon are sure things for the top two outfielder spots in the NL.
Bryant is only 58,082 votes ahead of Nolan Arenado at third base. Anthony Rizzo trails Ryan Zimmerman at first base, Javy Baez comes in well behind Daniel Murphy at second base and Buster Posey has more than twice as many votes as runner-up Willson Contreras at catcher.
Addison Russell is third among shortstops. Kyle Schwarber — despite being demoted to the minors last week — is eighth among NL outfielders.
It's a far cry from 2016, when the Cubs made up all four infield spots in the NL starting lineup.
Voting ends in four days. Fans can head to MLB.com to vote.
Major League Baseball released the latest American League All-Star voting update Monday and Avisail Garcia has jumped back into fifth place among outfielders.
The White Sox right fielder jumped past Boston's Mookie Betts since the last returns were announced on June 13.
Since then Garcia has slashed .319/.447/.819 with a homer, 5 RBIs and three doubles in 12 games.
Aaron Judge, Mike Trout and George Springer remain the top vote-getters in the outfield, though Trout won't play in the Midsumemr Classic because of a thumb injury.
On the year Garcia is batting .331 with a .904 OPS, 11 homers and 51 RBIs; the RBIs are the same number Garcia had all of last year.
Garcia is the only White sox player among the top AL vote-getters at any position.
Voting ends June 30.