1985 Bears Coverage: Hampton to resume practicing
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Every day of the 2015 Chicago Bears season, Chicago Sun-Times Sports will revisit its coverage 30 years ago during the 1985 Bears’ run to a Super Bowl title.
Hampton to resume practicing
Originally published Aug. 17, 1985
Defensive tackle Dan Hampton plans to begin practicing next week for the first time since his off-season knee arthroscopy. . . .
It’s Mike Pagel’s turn to start for the Colts in his quarterback battle with Art Schlichter. . . .
Colt tackle Chris Hinton, from Phillips High and Northwestern, is writing a weekly column for the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel. Hinton compared departed Frank Kush with new coach Rod Dowhower in his first effort. Dowhower’s coaches “treat people with respect. They’re teachers,” Hinton wrote. “I’ve seen people work harder. There’s a big difference when you feel you’re working for a common goal to win instead of to avoid a punishment. A lot of times we felt that way with Frank.” . . .
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