Stephen Paea, the Bears’ defensive tackle who missed the last two games with turf toe, practiced Monday and said he felt “good.”
He said he “did a little” running and will “see how I feel” going forward.
“So I’ll shoot for Sunday,” he said.
Coach Marc Trestman said the team was “optimistic he’ll be ready to go” Sunday against the Redskins.
Tight end Martellus Bennett (shoulder), linebacker James Anderson (back) and cornerback Charles Tillman (knee) missed Monday’s practice. Anderson said his lower back feels O.K.
“I’ll be fine,” he said
Michael Madigan and Michael McClain discuss an issue involving then-Senate President John Cullerton and anti-Madigan political ads from Senate Democrats.
Construction beings Monday night on the inbound lanes of the expressway and will continue through the summer. It is sure to cause headaches for Chicagoland drivers.
When asked what Madigan valued most in other legislators, state Rep. Robert “Bob” Rita answered, “loyalty.”
The Biden administration plan to impose a child care requirement on the semiconductor industry is a start.
Three years ago, the hustle and bustle that is Chicago went silent.