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BREAKING: More Bears Players Have Tested Positive For COVID-19

Another player has tested positive for COVID-19 in the Chicago Bears locker room prompting the Bears to shut down Hallas Hall.

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The issues plaguing the Bears offense just keeps getting worse. With Bobbie Massie out with injuries and Jason Spriggs testing positive for COVID-19, the offensive line is going through more adversity.

Cody Whitehair was supposedly on the right track to play this Sunday against the Titans and that would have been a huge relief in an ever-changing offensive line carousel.

The team is scheduled to talk with media members today and that is increasingly unlikely to happen. The Bears have now also reportedly closed Halas Hall and sent everyone home.

Shortly after this news broke on Twitter, the Bears released a statement which you can read below:

As of right now, Thursday morning, the Bears and Titans game is still scheduled as planned. We will likely know soon whether or not the game will be played this weekend or not.

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