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The Chicago Bears announced that Marquess Wilson, Kevin White (PUP), Eddie Royal, Ryan Mundy, Chris Pantale and Sam Acho are among the players not expected to play Saturday night vs. the Cincinnati Bengals.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Keep an eye on how the Chicago Bears rotate wide receivers vs. the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday night. With Alshon Jeffery (calf), Eddie Royal (hip) and Marquess Wilson (hamstring) battling injuries, Jay Cutler spent much of the week throwing to the less-heralded trio of Joshua Bellamy, Marc Mariani and Rashad Lawrence. Given the Bears' health issues at receiver, the starters may be inclined to run the football more against the Bengals. Starting tailback Matt Forte typically plays in the third preseason game each summer.

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Royal opportunity in Chicago

Eddie Royal's versatility and his relationship with Jay Cutler make him a great bet to replace Kevin White's projected production. His fantasy value is skyrocketing. Fantasy players to watch

Chicago should stick to the ground?

The injuries have piled up at wide receiver for the Bears this training camp. With Alshon Jeffery (calf), Eddie Royal (hip) and Marquess Wilson (hamstring) all expected to be out, Chicago should work on its run game against Cincinnati. Saturday camp preview

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Who does Cutler target on the goal line?

The Bears have two legitimate red zone options: Alshon Jeffery and Martellus Bennett. Will Jeffery be ready to go Week 1 after nursing a calf injury throughout the preseason? Red zone targets

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Big plays aren't his Forte

Matthew Berry presents some troubling statistics concerning Matt Forte's fantasy production. 10 lists of 10 for the 2015 season

Bears' WRs health up in the air

Coach John Fox refused to rule anybody out for Saturday’s game against the Bengals. Will Alshon Jeffery (calf), Marquess Wilson (hamstring) and Eddie Royal (hip) play? Friday camp preview

Bears looking to stop the run

Eddie Goldman, this year’s 39th pick in the draft, was brought in to improve Chicago’s run defense. The 6-foot-4, 336-pound nose tackle will be featured in coach John Fox's 3-4 defense. Biggest offseason moves (Insider)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Chicago Bears wide receiver Eddie Royal missed another practice because of a hip injury, but head coach John Fox refused to rule out Royal for Saturday's third preseason game at Cincinnati. However, it's highly unlikely that receivers Royal, Alshon Jeffery (calf) or Marquess Wilson (hamstring) play vs. the Bengals. Fox noted that Jeffery is rehabbing indoors while the team is outside on the practice fields.

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Who’s Jay Cutler going to throw to?

The Bears have almost run out of healthy bodies at wide receiver. Cutler was minus his top four wide receiver targets on Wednesday. Thursday camp preview

Bennett questions Cutler's leadership (1:32)

Is your favorite team a playoff longshot?

Fans in Washington, Tampa Bay, Chicago and San Francisco shouldn't get their hopes up. ESPN's NFL Power Index pegs these four teams as the least likely NFC playoff participants in 2015.

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Grantland: Reverse Engineering a Champion: Five Traits That the Last 10 College Football Kings Have Shared — And What That Tells Us About This Year’s Favorites

Ohio State looks like a champion in the making … but what does a modern college football champion look like, exactly? To answer that, we unearthed five common traits that the past 10 champions have shared, and then attempted to identify which of this year's 15 front-runners check the most boxes. OSU and UCLA fans, you're going to like what you see. TCU fans, run.

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