2016-2017 Chicago Bears News
Bears fans haven’t had all that much to smile about in the last few years, but in an NFC North division that is up for grabs, there’s no reason not to be optimistic. As September approaches, one of the big questions for the Chicago Bears will be how to keep Alshon Jeffrey healthy and on the field this season. Cutler gets most of the criticism, but the health of his best target has a lot to do with how the quarterback plays. Chicago plays two preseason games at home, first against the Manning-less Denver Broncos on August 11, and then the new AFC West favorite Chiefs on August 27. Bears vs. Broncos tickets start at $34, and Bears vs. Chiefs seats start as low as $33.
The training room is often a busy place when the NFL season is in full swing, but Kevin White of the Chicago Bears is spending plenty of time there this offseason. After missing every single game and pre-game last year due to a stress fracture in his leg, White is anxious to get ready to play some downs come August and is working with trainers and doctors to make sure he is ready. With practices officially underway, White and the rest of the Bears are hoping for a change in their luck this year. Get a glimpse of what is to come with Chicago’s opener on Aug. 11 against the Broncos. Tickets can be purchased today for $28 and up.