The fourth preseason game for the Chicago Bears will mean one thing: a lot of backup players. The Bears will host the Cleveland Browns in their annual preseason game to end the preseason and take us into the regular season.
The second string players will likely get all of the starting spots on Thursday night, unless head coach John Fox wants to put some players through a final test before roster cuts on Saturday. Here’s what you need to know about Thursday’s game:
WHAT: Cleveland Browns @ Chicago Bears (NFL Preseason week 4)
WHEN: Thursday, Sept. 3; 7 p.m. CST
WHERE: Soldier Field in Chicago, IL
WEATHER: 70 degrees at kickoff with scattered thunderstorms in the forecast. There’s a 40% chance of rain throughout the night according to The Weather Channel.
TV: Sam Rosen (play by play), Jim Miller (analyst) and Lou Cannellis (sideline).
Radio: WBBM Newsradio 780. Jeff Joniak (play by play) and Tom Thayer (analyst). Click here for a full radio list.
Odds: Bears – 1.
All-time history: The Cleveland Browns own the regular season head-to-head record 9-6.
Notes: Don’t expect the starters for either team to play at all in the game. The Bears will have a third quarterback competition between second-year player David Fales and newly acquired Zac Dysert.
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