Latest Chicago Bears News for June 30, 2015


It’s the end of June Bears’ fans! That means a month from now, the Bears will be in training camp and real football will be right around the corner.  In the meantime, there are still plenty of Chicago Bears stories to follow.  Check out our latest installment of Bear Dawn for Tuesday June 30th, your one stop shop for all the latest Chicago Bears news and notes from the internet.

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Chicago Football is killing time until Training Camp by counting down the 20 most important players to the Bears success in 2015.  Checking in at Bear Necessities #20, is rookie DT Eddie Goldman:

"If we knew that the second-round pick out of Florida State was going to be the Bears’ Day One starter at nose tackle, he’d be way higher — maybe even top 10 considering the importance of the position in a 3-4 defense. However, we saw so many combinations during OTAs and minicamp along the D-line, it’s hard to project anything at this juncture — though we should note that Goldman’s rookie status may have kept him from a lot of first-team reps as he gets acclimated to the NFL game."

Former Bears wide receiver Curtis Conway did a piece for NFL Total Access where he ranked the franchise’s Top 5 players.  It’s an interesting list, but I have to question #4.

Spoiler alert – one of the guys on Conway’s list talked about his transition from the gridiron to Hollywood.

ESPN’s NFC North debates rage on, asking if the Bears have done enough in the offseason to become a Top 20 defense.  Ben Goessling, ESPN’s Vikings beat writer, sort of sums up the sentiment from the rest of the NFC North writers:

"Ben Goessling, Vikings: I don’t know that they have enough pieces who fit their new 3-4 scheme to assume anything yet. I like the decision to hire Vic Fangio, whose defenses were in the top 5 in yards allowed each year in San Francisco. But until we see how Fangio makes all the pieces work, I’m skeptical."

You want some Bears knowledge?   Check out Hub Arkush’s Bears mailbag, which talks about Kyle Long, Mason Foster, coordinator promotions and much more.

If you want some NFL knowledge, don’t miss Bleacher Report’s Matt Bowen breaking down the X’s and O’s behind the NFL’s most unstoppable plays.

Olivia Munn posted some sword training she’s doing.  Her slug of a boyfriend is in the background playing around.  I think she’d kick his ass: