Halas Intrigue, Episode 30: Mitch Trubisky is banged up but back

The hosts discuss Trubisky’s comments to reporters Wednesday and his likely return Sunday against New Orleans.

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Mitch Trubisky during a press conference at training camp.

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In the latest Halas Intrigue, Patrick Finley, Mark Potash and Jason Lieser update you on Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky and the plan for him Sunday against the Saints. And don’t forget about the Pot-Cast. It’s the No. 1 podcast-within-a-podcast on iTunes. In honor of Chase Daniel’s run ending, Mark recounts his wild nights as a student at Mizzou.

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