Fans will be required to enter through metal detectors at all Bears games at Soldier Field, starting with Saturday’s Family Fest, the team said Friday. All carry-on bags will be inspected, too.
Attendees will be asked to place large items on a table next to the metal detector before walking through; if anything is detected, security guards will ask fans to go through the machine again, or they will use a wand.
The Bears will continue to abide by the NFL’s bag policy, which allows only the following: a clear bag that does not exceed 12 inches by 6 inches by 12 inches; a one-gallon freezer bag, and a small clutch bag, roughly the size of a hand.
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