Halas Intrigue, Episode 2: Are the Bears too worried about Eddy Pineiro? Will Trey Burton play?

The latest discussion with just two days until the season opener.

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Bears kicker Eddy Pineiro following a “Family Fest” event at Soldier Field.

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In the second episode of “Halas Intrigue,” Sun-Times reporters Patrick Finley, Jason Lieser and Mark Potash ask whether the Bears are overly sensitive about their new kicker and debate tight end Trey Burton’s status ahead of the season opener.

Plus, in the debut edition of the “Pot-Cast,” Potash recalls the time Jay Cutler called him a filthy name.

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