Dan Campbell news conference: Timeout called because 1 Lions player wasn't on same page

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Follow along Monday at 2 p.m. as Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell addresses the media to begin Week 4.

The Lions, coming off Sunday's gut-wrenching 19-17 home loss to the Baltimore Ravens, travel to Chicago to face the NFC North rival Bears (1 p.m., Fox) next Sunday.

The Bears (1-2) lost in Justin Fields' first start, 26-6, at Cleveland. Fields, selected No. 11 overall after the Lions took tackle Penei Sewell at No. 7, was sacked nine times and completed 6 of 20 passes for 68 yards and ran three times for 12 yards. Bears coach Matt Nagy told reporters Fields, Nick Foles and Andy Dalton are all under consideration to start this Sunday.

Be the first to hear what Campbell says, beginning at 2 p.m.

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This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Lions coach Dan Campbell news conference: Why I called timeout