Halas Intrigue, Episode 203: The Global Pandemic Episode

Coronavirus infections are on the rise across pro and college sports, and the Bears are especially hard-hit.

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Bears coach Matt Nagy might be without his coordinators Monday night against the Vikings.

Bears coach Matt Nagy might be without his coordinators Monday night against the Vikings.

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The Bears are getting overrun by the coronavirus. What in the world can the team do? Patrick Finley, Jason Lieser and Mark Potash analyze a strange week that might just be getting worse.

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