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Robert Quinn is likely to make his Chicago Bears debut at just the right time — against one of the worst offensive lines in the NFL. Lorin Cox puts together a game plan for how Matt Nagy can improve to 2-0 with a win over the New York Giants. Shutting down Saquon Barkley will be key, but Mitch Trubisky needs his play-makers to step up too. Support …
 
The New York Giants struggled to run the ball and couldn't stop the run last week. Sounds like a great matchup for the Chicago Bears. Patricia Traina from Locked on Giants joins Lorin Cox to preview the Week 2 game with a full scouting report on Daniel Jones and the Giants. Plus, hear the latest from Allen Robinson on his contract extension and whe…
 
If the Chicago Bears really want to get a deal done, Ryan Pace can afford to pay Allen Robinson top wide receiver money. PFF Salary Cap Consultant Brad Spielberger (@PFF_Brad) joins Lorin Cox to explain how the Bears can make the numbers work on a contract extension for the No. 1 wide receiver. They also discuss Robinson's trade value and where he …
 
The Chicago Bears offense needs to be more consistent, but Matt Nagy started to form an identity in the Week 1 win against the Detroit Lions. Hear the head coach explain the value of their new tight ends and what he still needs to see from Mitch Trubisky, on today's Locked on Bears podcast. Plus, Lorin Cox argues that the Bears linebackers were mor…
 
For our 254th episode, we check in with U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO), who is co-author of a new book, “Capitol of Freedom: Restoring American Greatness”. In this episode we discuss why he wrote the book and what he sees in the left’s efforts to change our Constitution, why he wrote a letter to DOJ about the funding of rioters in our cities, why he thi…
 
Dr. Katie Mack is Assistant Professor of Physics at North Carolina State University and member of the Leadership in Public Science Cluster there. In addition, Katie is an avid science communicator and author of the recently released book The End of Everything (Astrophysically Speaking). Her writing has also been published in popular publications in…
 
Something changes for Mitch Trubisky in the 4th quarter when his team needs him most. On today's podcast, Lorin Cox tries to make sense of the miraculous Chicago Bears comeback and epic Detroit Lions collapse. We discuss the new Bears offensive identity with the success of the running game and the concerns following a lackluster performance by Chic…
 
To start the season with a win, the Chicago Bears need to attack the Lions' linebackers and unleash their pass rush against the right side of Detroit's offensive line. On today's Locked on Bears podcast, Lorin Cox puts together a full gameplan for how Matt Nagy can beat the Detroit Lions. He walks you through the schemes, matchups and storylines to…
 
A pioneer at heart, Larry Tang is well-known for innovating creative and crowd-appealing F&B events, concerts, nightlife, and more. As a CEO of LocoFama Group, his organic farm-to-table restaurants have paved the way for the Sustainable Lifestyle of Organic Wellness (SLOW) movement in Hong Kong, delivering a unique “Barefoot Luxury" experience to a…
 
The first injury report of 2020 features Robert Quinn and Khalil Mack. Lorin Cox brings you the latest status updates for the Chicago Bears' star edge rushers and running back David Montgomery. Then, he's joined by Matt Dery from Locked on Lions to preview the Week 1 matchup. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Relia…
 
The Chicago Bears are rolling with another new kicker to start 2020. Lorin Cox brings you the latest on Eddy Pineiro's injury and his replacement. Plus, Ryan Pace hints at why Prince Amukamara and Kevin Toliver were let go in favor of Jaylon Johnson, the rookie who already talks like a veteran. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rock Auto Amazi…
 
The Chicago Bears play real football again in less than a week, and today's Locked on Bears podcast will have you ready for the 2020 season ahead. Larry Dyer from Bears Talk Underground joins Lorin Cox to preview every game and all of the biggest storylines entering what is guaranteed to be a strange season. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! R…
 
Matt Nagy's endorsement of Mitch Trubisky wasn't exactly glowing. Lorin Cox breaks down the Chicago Bears quarterback decision and why Nick Foles was at more of a disadvantage than we thought. Plus, he discusses the biggest surprises on the initial 53-man roster and breaks down the addition of DE Mario Edwards Jr. Support Us By Supporting Our Spons…
 
Dr. Amanda Rabinowitz is an Institute Scientist and Director of the Brain Injury Neuropsychology Laboratory at Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute (MRRI), as well as a Research Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University. Amanda is a clinical psychologist who studies rehabilitation after brain injury. There are …
 
The Chicago Bears already started trimming down their roster to the final 53 players. Lorin Cox takes you through the toughest decisions facing Ryan Pace this weekend and gives his prediction for how it will shape out. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Vis…
 
The Chicago Bears wrapped up their last full training camp practice, and now it's time for Matt Nagy to pick his starting quarterback. Lorin Cox lays out the dynamics of the all-important decision, and the head coach shares what criteria he's looking for. Plus, hear Charles Leno discuss the new offensive identity and offensive line cohesion, and we…
 
The U.S. Senate and the 2020 election are the subject of the 253rd episode. Our guest is U.S. Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), author of the new book, “The Mind of a Conservative Woman: Seeking the Best for Family and Country”. In this conversation we look back to August recess and the RNC convention, and look forward to the 2020 election, why she wro…
 
We should know soon whether Allen Robinson will get a new deal or be allowed to test the open market. Lorin Cox checks in on how the Chicago Bears and the No. 1 wide receiver are handling his contract situation with mutual interest. Plus, Cordarrelle Patterson updates us on his transition to running back, and Ledarius Mack explains how his older br…
 
The Chicago Bears feel confident in their running backs, even with David Montgomery injured. Lorin Cox discusses why Matt Nagy doesn't need Leonard Fournette and why Ryan Pace should instead re-sign cornerback Prince Amukamara, who was also released on Monday. Plus, hear Matt Nagy tell a pair of stories about Khalil Mack's influence on both sides o…
 
Matt Nagy won't publicly announce his starting quarterback before Week 1. Lorin Cox checks in on what we've seen from Mitch Trubisky and Nick Foles so far at practice, with a look at their different perspectives in the QB competition. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car wil…
 
Dr. Franklin West is an Associate Professor in the Regenerative Biosciences Center at the University of Georgia. In the lab, Franklin and his team are developing and testing stem cell therapies to treat stroke and traumatic brain injury (TBI). They use induced pluripotent stem cells, which are cells that can be reprogrammed to develop into any kind…
 
The GOP convention is the subject of the 252nd episode. Our returning guest is Congressman Jim Banks (R-IN). In this conversation we examine the convention’s political impact, discuss President Trump’s speech which he witnessed at the White House, dig into new legislation he is proposing related to riots in our cities, explore whether violent riots…
 
The Chicago Bears joined the rest of the sports world in taking a stand against racism and police brutality by cancelling their practice on Thursday. Lorin Cox has an update on the statements made by players and the offensive post by Brian Urlacher. Plus, we discuss the length of David Montgomery's injury and the short-term plan, as well as Kevin W…
 
The Chicago Bears are "optimistic" about David Montgomery's groin injury he suffered at practice Wednesday, but the team has options at running back, inside and outside of Halas Hall. Lorin Cox takes you through what we know so far about the second-year RB, the different free agent players available and the progress Tarik Cohen and Cordarrelle Patt…
 
The national view of the Chicago Bears doesn't always line up with the local experts, and usually reality ends up somewhere in the middle. Former NFL scout Matt Williamson, who hosts the Locked on NFL podcast, joins Lorin Cox to share his perspective on the quarterback competition, the running game, the offensive line and the defense entering 2020.…
 
The youth movement on the Chicago Bears offense seems to be paying off so far. Lorin Cox looks at the emergence of rookie wide receiver Darnell Mooney at training camp, the offseason changes David Montgomery made and the progress of the offensive line under new coach Juan Castillo. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rock Auto Amazing selection.…
 
The Chicago Bears' COVID-19 tests were false positives, but the team has a growing list of players with real injuries limiting their practices. Lorin Cox takes you through the weekend coronavirus scare, Khalil Mack's new approach for 2020 and the return of the kicker competition with Cairo Santos. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rock Auto Am…
 
Dr. Sharlene Santana is Associate Professor in the Department of Biology at the University of Washington and Curator of Mammals at the University of Washington’s Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture. As an integrative and evolutionary biologist, Sharlene explores questions about evolution from a variety of perspectives. She is working to und…
 
The 2020 race and the Democratic National Convention are the topics of the 201st episode. Our guest is Washington Post columnist Karen Tumulty. In this conversation we look back at the Democratic Convention, evaluate speeches by Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Kamala Harris and Joe Biden, look forward to the GOP convention, discuss the upcoming debat…
 
The two players receiving more praise than anyone else at Chicago Bears training camp are Jimmy Graham and Cole Kmet. Lorin Cox takes you through how the veteran and the rookie are forming a strong relationship and what Matt Nagy is seeing out of the position. Plus, the head coach explains how he's keeping practices light-hearted and his plans for …
 
Early on, everything is lining up for Kevin Toliver to be the Chicago Bears' starting cornerback in Week 1. Hear defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano explain why they're taking it slow with rookie Jaylon Johnson and what kind of growth they've seen from Toliver this offseason. Plus, offensive coordinator Bill Lazor explains some of his running game p…
 
The Chicago Bears cornerback competition is down to two as Artie Burns tears his ACL. Lorin Cox looks at the impact on the depth chart and the pressure this puts on rookie Jaylon Johnson. Plus, hear why Matt Nagy is raving about Jimmy Graham and why Bilal Nichols feels ready to take over for Eddie Goldman at nose tackle. Support Us By Supporting Ou…
 
Monday was the closest to normal football we've had in a long time. Matt Nagy updated us on how Mitch Trubisky and Nick Foles looked, and gave the first glimpse at the depth chart at cornerback between Jaylon Johnson, Kevin Toliver and Artie Burns. Lorin Cox also discusses the Chicago Bears announcement of no fans at Soldier Field this season. Lear…
 
Dr. Steven Townsend is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Vanderbilt University. As an organic chemist, Steve’s work involves making drugs and other molecules that are drug-like. He is interested in why people get sick and how he can use chemistry to prevent or treat disease. When he’s not doing science, Steve enjoys spending time with his wife…
 
The Chicago Bears need to emulate how the New England Patriots used Cordarrelle Patterson out of the backfield. Lorin Cox does a deep dive on what Bill Belichick and Josh McDaniels did to maximize the dynamic weapon and how Matt Nagy can recreate that success in Chicago. Sometimes, simple is better... Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rock Aut…
 
Wisconsin is the subject of our 200th (!) episode. Our guest is former two-term Governor of Wisconsin Scott Walker. In this episode we explore the battleground status of his state for 2020, his thoughts on Biden’s VP choice, how he sees the economy rebounding, whether there are echoes to the violence in our cities and what he saw as Governor, wheth…
 
The 49ers and Chiefs reset the tight end market with extensions for George Kittle and Travis Kelce. Those deals make Jimmy Graham's contract look a little more palatable, but he will need to step up his production to be worth the investment. Plus, the Chicago Bears brought in a quarterback for a workout, and we take a closer look at Matt Nagy's dec…
 
Wednesday marked the first day since last season that Chicago Bears quarterbacks were able to throw to receivers in practice. It's too early to declare a front runner, but Matt Nagy shared what he's seeing from Mitch Trubisky and Nick Foles so far and how he will be monitoring the competition. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rock Auto Amazin…
 
Eddy Pineiro's second kicker competition ended before it started, but the Chicago Bears added an intriguing safety to compete for a roster spot. Lorin Cox updates you on the latest transaction and shares Brett Favre's comments on Aaron Rodgers potentially defecting to the Bears, before we discuss a new look at what makes Allen Robinson so good. Sup…
 
Mike Furrey put it bluntly when describing Anthony Miller's issue in 2019. He explained why 2020 should be different for the young wide receiver. Plus, Eddie Jackson makes his pitch to Matt Nagy to play more on offense, and we look at what the Chicago Bears could learn from the other leagues and teams about COVID-19. Support Us By Supporting Our Sp…
 
Danny Trevathan had good reasons to consider opting out, but he's playing for his legacy as a Chicago Bears linebacker. Here Trevathan and Roquan Smith discuss why they think they could both have their best seasons yet in 2020, on today's podcast. Plus, Eddie Jackson shares which veteran taught him how to watch film and helped develop his elite ins…
 
Dr. Kanaka Rajan is a computational neuroscientist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Neuroscience and Friedman Brain Institute within the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. In her research, Kanaka builds mathematical and computational models of the brain to better understand how the brain works. Her goal is to determine how the neu…
 
Patience will be key for the younger Chicago Bears players in roster competitions. Both offensive coordinator Bill Lazor and defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano spoke about the battles at training camp and hinted at who could be favorites because of the unique circumstances of the offseason. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rad Power Bikes Rig…
 
Matt Nagy thinks the Chicago Bears have something special in their locker room. Here how the head coach describes his team's response to the challenges of COVID-19 on today's Locked on Bears podcast. Plus, he outlines what practices look like so far and how players are taking individual responsibility. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rad Pow…
 
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