Chicago Bears

Stadium: Soldier Field | Coach: Marc Trestman
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense8th114.2 (16th)267.6 (6th)
Defense25th161.4 (28th)233.1 (15th)
2014 Draft
114Kyle FullerCBVATECH
251Ego FergusonDTLSU
382William SuttonDTARIZST
4117Ka'Deem CareyRBARIZ
4131Brock VereenSSMINN
6183David FalesQBSJST
6191Patrick O'DonnellPMIAMI
7246Charles LenoOGBOISE


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Kyle Long able to do limited work
by Larry Hartstein |

Bears guard Kyle Long, who had been dealing with a viral infection, returned to strength and conditioning drills Wednesday, reports the Chicago Tribune.

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Jay Cutler 'poised to take major step'
by Larry Hartstein |

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is "poised to take a major step in Year 2 of Marc Trestman's offense," reports Offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer told the website that Cutler has taken "more and more control by the day."

"Not that he didn’t before; he did," Kromer said. "But with his comfort level with all the things we’re trying to get done, he’s able to solve some of his own problems on the field, even when he didn’t maybe have that answer taught to him yet. It’s really helped that Jay has studied really hard all offseason. He’s worked on technique. He’s been one of the hardest-working guys on the team this offseason."

Cutler posted a career-best passer rating of 89.2 last year. His 63.1 completion percentage ranked second in franchise history.

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Craig Steltz on PUP with groin injury
by R.J. White |

Bears safety Craig Steltz missed another practice Monday as he continues to recover from a groin injury.

Steltz was placed on the PUP list before the start of camp last week. He'll be looking to stave off Adrian Wilson and keep a reserve role once healthy.

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Kyle Long visits doctors Monday, timetable remains unclear
by R.J. White |

Bears guard Kyle Long visited with doctors Monday but the team can't say whether he'll be ready to take the field when the Bears resume practice Wednesday, reports.

Long missed the start of camp due to a viral infection, which resulted in some lost strength. The Bears have used various combinations at guard in his absence.

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Alshon Jeffery: 'I'm all right'
by Larry Hartstein |

Bears receiver Alshon Jeffery, who left practice early with a sore foot, said it's nothing to be concerned about. "I'm all right," he told the Chicago Tribune.

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