Brock Vereen

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He has been unable to finish five of the last seven games he’s started, but Chris Conte remains the Bears’ starting free safety, pending the severity of the shoulder injury tha

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Behind a depleted linebacker corps and dealing with the NFL’s leading receiver, the Bears’ secondary shook off occasional big plays and kept attacking in a way that helpe

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Three necessities to a Bears victory against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 6:

ZERO TURNOVERS

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Just as the Bears did last week against the Carolina Panthers, their secondary may feel a little like there’s something familiar when they line up across from the Atlanta Falcons.

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With the game at stake against the New York Jets, the Bears were staffing their secondary with rookie cornerback Kyle Fuller and rookie safety Brock Vereen, and were without starting safeties Chri

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