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On Thursday night, the Chicago Bears will continue their 2013 preseason as they host the San Diego Chargers in their home opener at Soldier Field.  Unfortunately, the second preseason game is usually one of the dullest. Starters still don’t play much (Chicago’s starters are expected to play about a quarter), roster cuts are not yet […]The post Chicago Bears Host San Diego Chargers in Second Preseason Game by Jon Vander Woude appeared first on Water Cooler Sports Network.

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