It means nothing official but running back Matt Forte breezed through the Bears locker room early Wednesday, on a break from a workout to get something from his locker but neither limping nor wearing any protective armor on the ankle he injured last Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.
Best indicator perhaps: Forte was sweated up and wearing his Work horse 22 workout T-shirt.
Whether Forte practices in full, on a limited basis or has the day off will play out Wednesday and the next two days. But the Bears franchise running back in a Work horse top and walking healthy would qualify as a mid-week boost for an offense that needs him.
On the latest Hawks Talk Podcast, forward Vinnie Hinostroza joins Pat Boyle and evaluates his rookie season, tells us how he has added MMA and Ju-jitsu to his offseason training and is he going to room with Ryan Hartman next season?
Plus, Tracey Myers joins Pat to discuss Patrick Kane’s first interview this offseason, the latest on the Blackhawks coaching moves and tournament fall-out for Artemi Panarin, Marcus Kruger and Alex DeBrincat.
Listen to the latest episode of the Hawks Talk Podcast below.
With the White Sox expected to sign highly coveted Cuban prospect Luis Robert, there are many questions left unanswered about him: how good or great can he be? How do we even pronounce his last name? There have been various opinions to both.
In the latest White Sox Talk Podcast, Chuck Garfien and Ryan McGuffey interview ESPN senior baseball writer Keith Law and MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez whose reporting on Robert have unveiled two different projections about the 19-year-old outfielder.
A high ranking scouting director told Sanchez that Robert "is the best player on the planet." Scouts who have spoken to Law question Robert's hitting and Law passionately defends his sources on the podcast.
Later, Chuck and Ryan answer questions from Facebook Live about what prospects Sox fans are most excited to see play in a Sox uniform.
Listen to the latest White Sox Talk Podcast right here: