Matt Slauson

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The Bears were forced into yet another scramble to field serviceable bodies on the offensive line going into the Detroit game, more or less an on-going story line this season.

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When right tackle Kyle Long was shaken up and had to come out for one snap during the Bears’ loss on Sunday to the Lions, Charles Leno shifted over from left to right tackle and there was Jermon B

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I had an interesting chat with the Comcast SportsNet Bears Pre/Postgame Live crew and the subject was “building blocks,” and whom the Bears have that fit that critical distinction.

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After near-weekly miseries of allowing opposing offenses a first-possession touchdown drive to get warmed up, the Bears’ defense not only finally stopped an opponent’s opening possession without a

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After bottoming out in the loss to the Minnesota Vikings, the Bears’ offensive line could use a friend. Or friends. And they got them in Tampa. Lots of them.

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