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Football Trivia 100

Answer our daily football trivia question for your chance to win awesome prizes.

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A last-minute change of venue, but Colin Kaepernick workout goes on

But location switch cuts down on number of NFL reps watching from 25 to six

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Bears CB Kyle Fuller avoids fine for hit on Lions’ Jeff Driskel, grabbing official

Fuller, the team’s nominee for the NFL sportsmanship award, got heated during an argument over a penalty for unnecessary roughness.

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This You Gotta See: Bears-Rams, Illinois-Iowa and Jimmy Butler’s latest ‘first’ against Bulls

Butler lost by one point in his first visit to the United Center in a Timberwolves uniform. He lost by one point in his first visit to the UC in a 76ers uniform. He’s back Friday for his first visit to the UC in a Heat uniform. Do you see where we’re going with this?

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Burning question: Who wins World Series first, White Sox, Cubs or Joe Maddon’s Angels?

In 2020 and beyond, the Angels and their inimitable, sloganeering leader will be on the minds and in the sights of many a baseball fan in this town. A skipper of Maddon’s caliber isn’t easily forgotten, and one who did his part to bring a championship to the city becomes more than just an ongoing curiosity.

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Approaching 1,000th home game, Wolves reflect on Rosemont debut

A quarter-century after their inaugural home opener, the Wolves will host their 1,000th regular-season home game on Tuesday when they play San Antonio.

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Can White Sox win the next big one in Chicago?

The Cubs might be retooling and the White Sox are getting closer to contention window in rebuild.

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Fire lease at Soldier Field calls for sliding payment based on attendance

Obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request to the Chicago Park District, the Fire’s lease to use Soldier Field spells out the details of the deal to bring the franchise back to the lakefront.

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How USA Handball plans to become competitive in time for 2028 Los Angeles Games

USA Handball is in the process of establishing the infrastructure for a professional handball league, while also creating a pipeline for athletes to be exposed to handball.

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Connor Murphy hopes to carry over pre-injury effectiveness in return to lineup

Murphy had been arguably the Blackhawks’ best defenseman prior to missing the last 11 games with a groin injury.

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Black Crown Marsh is a rare new waterfowling site in Illinois

A successful morning and learning experience came at Black Crown SNA, a new waterfowling site in Illinois.

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On team of stars, journeyman DT Nick Williams comes out of nowhere to lead Chicago Bears in sacks

Williams was out of the league in 2017, but the Bears stayed on him. Now, with a great opportunity to play, he’s a bright spot in an otherwise disappointing season.

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WNBA center Kayla Alexander writes, illustrates children’s book: ‘The Magic of Basketball’

Alexander’s goal with her first children’s book was to share valuable lessons of hard work and perseverance while also creating a character she searched for as a young girl.

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Ice on the refuges and movement of radio-tagged wood ducks: Aaron Yetter’s blog

Aaron Yetter’s latest blog off his aerial waterfowl surveys touches on refuge ice and radio-tagged wood ducks.

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Quiet seasons for dueling superstars Bears’ Khalil Mack, Rams’ Aaron Donald

Both pass rushing virtuosos are well below their usual sack numbers, but if one of them busts their slump Sunday, that could make all the difference in crucial game for the Bears and Rams.

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‘Courage’ throws a big hurdle for Mitch Trubisky

Clean-pocket touchdown tosses were impressive, but the Bears QB needs more throws like the 33-yarder to Allen Robinson in the face of pressure to take the next step. "You see a lot of the really good guys around the league are doing that."

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Bears vs. Rams — What to Watch 4

Aaron Donald vs. Bears’ revamped interior line will be a key matchup; Jared Goff’s bumpy road; Nick Kwiatkoski starts in place of Danny Trevathan.

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Bears react to Myles Garrett incident: ‘A disbelief moment’

Browns DE suspended indefinitely — for at least the rest of the 2019 season — after hitting Steelers QB Mason Rudolph in the head with Rudolph’s own helmet. "Real crazy," Bears LB Khalil Mack said. "Football is an emotional game, but you have to know how to control those emotions."

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As they flounder at QB, would Bears really skip Colin Kaepernick’s workout?

Bears coach Matt Nagy referred that question to GM Ryan Pace, but Pace won’t talk to the media during the season. Meanwhile, teams around the NFL have committed (many publicly) to attend.

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Has anyone seen Lauri Markkanen? The Bulls continue the season-long search

The third-year big man had a statement game on opening night in Charlotte and then has all but disappeared. Considering the importance he plays in the rebuild it’s a big problem.

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Colin Kaepernick is determined to showcase his skills in strange tryout

Despite the unusual circumstances, the exiled quarterback intends to take advantage of the opportunity.

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‘Halas Intrigue’ Episode 50: Key injuries for the Bears ahead of Rams game

Patrick Finley, Mark Potash and Jason Lieser look ahead to Sunday’s game and discuss the Bears’ lack of interest in Colin Kaepernick.

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The Bears broke the Rams offense last year, and it has yet to recover

In the 12 games before the Rams played the Bears last year, they averaged 34.9 points and 439.9 yards per game. In the 16 games since — which includes last year’s playoffs — they’ve averaged 24.6 points and 371.1 yards.

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Bears GM Ryan Pace needs to stop hiding and answer questions about Mitch Trubisky

Talking to the state-run radio station doesn’t count. Facing media members who might have difficult questions about what the heck he possibly could have been thinking would.

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Bears RB David Montgomery questionable, TE Trey Burton out for Rams game

Bears running back David Montgomery returned to practice Friday, two days after rolling his ankle.

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Big Game Hunting: For Minnesota and Baylor, it’s just win and — yeah, they’d better — get in

Get your picks: Minnesota-Iowa, Oklahoma-Baylor, Georgia-Auburn, Navy-Notre Dame, UMass-Northwestern and more.

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Watch Cubs’ extension talks with Javy Baez, interest in Japanese CF Shogo Akiyama for 2020 insight

As the Cubs balance a priority of extending their competitive window with trying to win in 2020, almost every part of the roster is in flux.

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Browns’ Myles Garrett suspended for rest of the season after striking Steelers quarterback

Teammate Larry Ogunjobi and the Steelers’ Maurkice Pouncey were also suspended. The teams were fined $250,000 each.

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Spatchcocking Your Game Birds is the latest in ‘Braising the Wild’

Jack Hennessy explores spatchcocking game birds this week in Braising the Wild.

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Browns, Steelers brawl at end of Cleveland’s victory

Browns defense end Myles Garrett ripped off Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph’s helmet and hit him with it in the head in the final seconds of the Browns’ 21-7 win.

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Even rookie Coby White isn’t enough to rescue the Bulls in Milwaukee

White played hero against New York on Tuesday, and seemed to be picking up right where he left off in the first half against the Bucks. Then reality hit him and his teammates.

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An update on ice fishing and how to stay updated at Nielsen’s Channel

Ice fishing began on Nielsen’s Channel today and Hermann’s Rest-a-While is offering updates via text