Who is a no-name player to watch in camp who could surprise everyone and make the roster?
My unheralded player to keep an eye on in training camp is running back
Do you know how many defensive ends the Bears are going to keep versus defensive tackles?
General manager Phil Emery said Wednesday that the Bears will likely keep 9 or 10 defensive linemen this year and the breakdown all depends on how the players perform. So the Bears could keep six ends and four tackles, four ends and six tackles or five of each. Speaking about the defensive line, Emery also said: “We’re extremely excited about the competitive balance of that group, the players we’ve brought in through free agency and the draft, and the street free agents that we’ve brought in.”
I saw that safety
No. Players who open training camp on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list are eligible to return to practice at any point. However, if a player starts the regular season on the PUP list, he is required to sit out the first six weeks. And as long as we’re on the subject, players cannot go on the PUP list after they’ve practiced in camp, even once.