Halas Intrigue, Episode 8: Is Mitch Trubisky bummed? Did Mark Potash work for the mob?

The hosts discuss the vibe around Trubisky and more in the latest episode of the Sun-Times’ Bears podcast.

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Mitch Trubisky walks off the field after the Bears’ Week 1 loss to the Packers.

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In the latest “Halas Intrigue,” Patrick Finley, Jason Lieser and Mark Potash talk about how quarterback Mitch Trubisky seemed subdued Wednesday, whether Trey Burton is getting any better, and whether Vic Fangio will appreciate his Bears reunion.

And in the “Pot-cast,” Mark waxes poetic about his high school job at Soldier Field — and hints that he was mob-affiliated.

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