Covert, Hampton, McKinnon and Wilson share thoughts on Honey Bears

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Every week of the 2015 Chicago Bears season, Chicago Sun-Times Sports will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 1985 Bears by speaking with players from the team including Jimbo Covert, Dan Hampton, Dennis McKinnon and Otis Wilson.

The Honey Bears used to be a main attraction on the sidelines of the Chicago Bears. Jimbo Covert, Dan Hampton and Dennis McKinnon shared their thoughts on the Honey Bears and the Chicago Bears not having cheerleaders for 30 years.

Give a listen to their responses below.

Jimbo Covert

Dan Hampton

Dennis McKinnon

Otis Wilson

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