They were the pinnacle of durability in 2013 but Bears wide receivers came out of Sunday’s loss to Buffalo dinged up.
Beleaguered free safety Chris Conte had seen this movie before: a running back coming through a hole, shoulders squared to downfield, untouched.
It was a case of Déjà vu for Bears free safety Chris Conte in Chicago's season-opening loss to the Buffalo Bills.
What the Bears didn’t show in preseason looms potentially as large or larger in their outlook than what they did display, which wasn’t much.
The Buffalo Bills thought enough of Sammy Watkins to trade up from ninth to No. 4 to draft the Clemson wide receiver.