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2019 Schedule
12-4, 1st in NFC North

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

2019 CHICAGO BEARS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE: Sept. 5 vs. Packers (TNF); Sept.15 at Broncos; Sept. 23 at Redskins (MNF); Sept. 29 vs. Vikings; Oct. 6 vs. Raiders (LONDON); Oct. 20 vs. Saints; Oct. 27 vs. Chargers; Nov. 3 at Eagles; Nov. 10 vs. Lions; Nov. 17 at Rams (SNF); Nov. 24 vs. Giants; Nov. 28 at Detroit (THANKSGIVING); Dec. 5 vs. Cowboys (TNF); Dec. 15 at Packers; Dec. 22 vs. Chiefs (SNF); Dec. 29 at Vikings.

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Bears, Raiders to play at new Tottenham stadium

The Bears-Raiders matchup will take place at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Oct. 6, the first of four regular-season games in London this season. The Chiefs-Chargers game will be in Mexico City on Monday, Nov. 18.

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34-year old Bears TE Zach Miller announced his retirement in a statement on Instagram. He missed the entire 2018 season after dislocating his left knee in a Week 8 game against the Saints on Oct. 29, 2017. He was carted off the field and rushed to University Medical Center New Orleans. He needed emergency vascular surgery to repair a damaged artery in the leg. "The time has come to move on from playing the game of football," Miller said. "It has been an incredible journey for myself and my entire family and we can't thank you enough for your continued support."

Mike Clay ESPN Writer 

NFL rushing yardage leaders over the past 3 seasons: 1. Ezekiel Elliott - 4048 2. Todd Gurley - 3441 3. Jordan Howard - 3370

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Bears trading RB Jordan Howard to the Philadelphia Eagles for a 6th-round pick in 2020 that can become a 5th-round pick, league source tells ESPN.

Wilbon likes Packers-Bears to start 2019-20 season (1:16)
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Bears-Pack will start season; Pats open on SNF

The Bears and Packers will kick off the NFL's 100th regular season as the league has elected to forgo having the Super Bowl champs host the first game of the season.

John Pluym ESPN 

The Chicago Bears will host the Green Bay Packers in the 2019 NFL opener at Soldier Field on Sept. 5. This will be the second consecutive year the Packers and Bears have met in their respective season openers. Last year, the Packers rallied from 17-0 deficit to win 24-23 at Lambeau Field. Including playoffs, the Packers and Bears franchises have met 198 times, the most common matchup in NFL history. The Packers own a 97-95-6 edge in the series. The Bears won the last meeting between the two teams last season, and haven't won consecutive games against the Packers since 2007.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

The Bears re-signed third-string quarterback Tyler Bray to a one-year contract Wednesday. Bray has a long history with Bears coach Matt Nagy, having spent five seasons with him in Kansas City before moving over to Chicago in 2018. No. 2 quarterback Chase Daniel and starter Mitch Trubisky are under contract for 2019 as well.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards222.821st
Rushing Yards121.111th
Points For26.39th
Points Against17.71st