Player Bio

Joe Long
T #79
Height:
6-5
Weight:
304
College:
Wayne State (Mich.)
Experience:
1
Offensive Line
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Recent Articles

  • McCaskey shares views on McDonald

    Posted 1 hour ago

    Two days after the Bears released defensive end Ray McDonald following his arrest hours earlier, team chairman George H. McCaskey spoke to the media about the situation Wednesday at Halas Hall.

  • Ryan Groy inspired by dad's memory

    Posted 4 hours ago

    Bears guard Ryan Groy is still trying to make sense of his father's death in a snowmobile accident in February and vows that he will be inspired by his dad's memory.

  • Two Bears to attend Rookie Premiere

    Posted 21 hours ago

    More than 40 top prospects in the 2015 draft—including the Bears’ Kevin White and Jeremy Langford—will attend the NFLPA Rookie Premiere Thursday through Sunday in Los Angeles.

  • Fuller primed to excel in new defense

    Posted May 26, 2015

    Ex-NFL safety and Bleacher Report columnist Matt Bowen has chosen Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller as one of five players league-wide who will benefit from playing in a new system.

Recent Videos

  • ITB: Big guys, compact cars mashup

    Posted May 26, 2015

    It's the very best of 'Big Guys in Compact Cars.' Willie Young, Jared Allen, Will Sutton and more relive their best moments riding along with Anthony Adams.

  • ITB: Fuller, Jeannie Morris talk Piccolo

    Posted May 20, 2015

    Brian Piccolo Award winner Kyle Fuller and Piccolo author Jeannie Morris talk about the man and the award that has been presented in his honor since 1970.

  • ITB: Adams crashes photo day, again

    Posted May 19, 2015

    Anthony Adams takes you behind-the-scenes as players pose for the cameras at the team's annual photo day at Halas Hall.

  • ITB: Hampton's band plays on

    Posted May 18, 2015

    It's often been said that athletes want to be rock stars, and rock starts want to be athletes. The '85 Bears are no different. Hampton, Wilson and McMichael rock on today.