Bears Find Themselves In The Middle Of A Crazy Night In Indianapolis

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Bears Find Themselves In The Middle Of A Crazy Night In Indianapolis
Bears Find Themselves In The Middle Of A Crazy Night In Indianapolis

As difficult as it was for most people to absorb Andrew Luck's surprising retirement, it was even tougher to sort out for the Chicago Bears. They were at Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday night, in the process of winning an exhibition game 27-17, when ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Luck has decided to walk away from his NFL career shortly before his 30th birthday, with three years and $64 million left on his contract. Chase Daniel, who started at quarterback for the Bears with Mitch Trubisky being rested for the regular season, exchanged pleasantries with Luck before the game. Luck hasn't played in the preseason because of what's been called an ankle injury but Daniel got no sense Luck had reached

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