The Chicago Bears are dusting off their orange jerseys for the 2018 season and will wear the blinding digs in Week 6 at Miami and at home against the Vikings in Week 11.
Quarterback Mitch Trubisky gave fans a sneak peek at what the uniforms will look like:
This season marks the first time in six years that the Bears will wear orange. They'll wear the throwback 'Monsters of the Midway' uniforms for one game, too, according to the Chicago Sun-Times' Patrick Finley.
Here's another look at the orange alternate uniform:
It's been a almost a week since the Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix signing and it's still looking like a total win for the Bears. JJ Stankevitz, Cam Ellis and Paul Aspan on why the Bears appear to have gotten a bargain (1:00) , how Dix could be the perfect fit for this defense at this time, and the chemistry he'll have with former 'Bama teammate Eddie Jackson. Plus probably too much punter talk after the Bears bring back Pat O'Donnell (9:30), and some more edge rusher possibilities in the next wave of free agency (14:00). And of course an update on the Chicago Football Madness as 7-seed Alex Brown makes a desperate attempt to launch a comeback and avoid an upset against 10-seed Robbie Gould (22:10)
Listen to the full podcast here or via the embedded player below:
It's Bracket SZN.
There are so many fun brackets to choose from right now. There's your standard NCAA bracket, our Chicago Football Madness bracket, and apparently NFC brackets?
Chris Simms is doing them, at least, and the good news is that it's an excuse to write that someone thinks the Bears will be good!
And just for good measure, here's Simms talking with Bears fan and fellow NBC analyst Roger Bennett: