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Well folks! It is football time once again! Put your metaphorical helmets on and tighten your chin straps!

Bear Down!

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Tarik Cohen opens Bears camp on PUP list

Posted by Josh Alper on July 25, 2021, 5:31 PM EDT

Bears running back Tarik Cohen‘s return from a torn ACL will include a stint on the physically unable to perform list.

The team announced on Sunday that Cohen has been placed on that list as they set up their roster for training camp. Wide receiver Dazz Newsome is also going on the PUP list.

Cohen tore his ACL in Week 3 of the 2020 season and did not take part in any on-field work during the team’s offseason program. He can be activated at any point, but is not eligible to practice until he is off the list.

Newsome was a sixth-round pick this year. He hurt his shoulder in an OTA practice this spring.

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Coming of a torn ACL this is not a surprise. I expect him to be eased back into things as he is able.

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Rookie Wide Receiver Newsome to start TC on PUP

 

The Bears on Sunday placed veteran running back Tarik Cohen and rookie receiver Dazz Newsome on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list.

Cohen sustained a torn ACL last season in a Week 3 win over the Falcons, while Newsome injured his shoulder during an OTA practice in early June.

The Bears are scheduled to report to training camp at Halas Hall Tuesday and will practice for the first time Wednesday. Both Cohen and Newsome, a sixth-round draft pick from North Carolina, can be removed from the PUP list and begin practicing at any time during camp.

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It's not a surprise, but it is disappointing. I honestly think Cohen was severely missed last season. A big reason the offense struggled a lot to find its rhythm. Really hoping he will be 100% this year. 

Train like you are 2nd, but play like you are 1st.

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Calbrooks wrote:

It's not a surprise, but it is disappointing. I honestly think Cohen was severely missed last season. A big reason the offense struggled a lot to find its rhythm. Really hoping he will be 100% this year. 

He should be ready to go, but I think they are just taking time to ease him back into football mode.

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Bears NT Eddie Goldman has reported for training camp

By Alyssa Barbieri July 27, 2021 1:58 pm 

One of the biggest storylines for the Chicago Bears this offseason has been the status of stud nose tackle Eddie Goldman, who opted out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19 concerns.

Everyone from Ryan Pace to new defensive coordinator Sean Desai expressed their confidence in Goldman’s return in 2021. But it didn’t become an issue until Goldman skipped mandatory minicamp last month, which left many speculating about his future.

Goldman seemed to silence those concerns when videos of him working out in Chicago surfaced. Although those concerns weren’t going to be alleviated until Goldman actually reported.

But the good news is that Goldman has officially reported for training camp, according to Bears linebacker Roquan Smith, who saw Goldman at Halas Hall on Tuesday afternoon and said “he looks pretty good.”

When general manager Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy met with the media Tuesday morning, as players were still arriving to camp, Pace indicated that Goldman would be at Halas Hall and ready to practice this week.

“All indications are that he’s in good shape; he’s been working hard,” Pace said.

Which is good news for a Bears defense that missed Goldman’s presence on the defensive line last season, especially against the run. While it sounds like Goldman looks good to go, all eyes will be on him as he practices with the team for the first time since the end of the 2019 season.

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The Shadow wrote:

Bears NT Eddie Goldman has reported for training camp

By Alyssa Barbieri July 27, 2021 1:58 pm 

One of the biggest storylines for the Chicago Bears this offseason has been the status of stud nose tackle Eddie Goldman, who opted out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19 concerns.

Everyone from Ryan Pace to new defensive coordinator Sean Desai expressed their confidence in Goldman’s return in 2021. But it didn’t become an issue until Goldman skipped mandatory minicamp last month, which left many speculating about his future.

Goldman seemed to silence those concerns when videos of him working out in Chicago surfaced. Although those concerns weren’t going to be alleviated until Goldman actually reported.

But the good news is that Goldman has officially reported for training camp, according to Bears linebacker Roquan Smith, who saw Goldman at Halas Hall on Tuesday afternoon and said “he looks pretty good.”

When general manager Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy met with the media Tuesday morning, as players were still arriving to camp, Pace indicated that Goldman would be at Halas Hall and ready to practice this week.

“All indications are that he’s in good shape; he’s been working hard,” Pace said.

Which is good news for a Bears defense that missed Goldman’s presence on the defensive line last season, especially against the run. While it sounds like Goldman looks good to go, all eyes will be on him as he practices with the team for the first time since the end of the 2019 season.

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Haven't seen this in how long? GOING DEEP!!! LOL

Matt Nagy: "I know we need to run the ball more. I'm not an idiot."

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Matt Nagy: "I know we need to run the ball more. I'm not an idiot."

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TE Jake Butt just retired from the NFL

His heart just isn't in the game anymore.

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Bears Lose Key Starter, Top Rookie to Injuries at Training Camp

Bears placed starting right tackle Germain Ifedi on the physically-unable-to-perform list after he sustained a hip flexor he during a conditioning test with the team. He will miss the start of training camp and will be out indefinitely, but could also return at any time.

The Bears have also been without left tackle Teven Jenkins to start training camp, as he sat the first several days dealing with back tightness. This injury isn’t a new one, as the rookie experienced some of the same symptoms last month. It is concerning, however.

As important as it is for the rookie to get some reps early on, Nagy noted on July 30 that while Jenkins wants to be out there, the team is keeping him back until team doctors give the OK for his return.

https://heavy.com/sports/chicago-bears/bears-lose-key-starter-top-rookie-to-new-injuries-during-training-camp/

Concerning New Update Emerges on Bears RB Tarik Cohen

Bears sideline reporter Mark Grote tweeted that Cohen, who was at practice as an observer, was “still walking gingerly” on the sidelines. In mid-June, Grote also reported that Cohen was “clearly walking a bit stiff-legged with his right leg wrapped.”

https://heavy.com/sports/chicago-bears/tarik-cohen-knee-injury-update/ 

 

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