Report: Bears to conduct joint practices with Colts this summer

Joint practices have become common practice among NFL teams in the preseason, and it sounds like it’s in the cards for the Chicago Bears this summer.

The Bears will conduct multiple days of joint practices with the Indianapolis Colts during training camp, according to ESPN’s Courtney Cronin.

Chicago and Indianapolis will face off in the preseason on Aug. 19, and the two teams will get some extra work against each other in the days leading up.

This would be the first time the Bears host joint practices under head coach Matt Eberflus and general manager Ryan Poles. While Eberflus said last season that he would welcome joint practices, Chicago wasn’t able to conduct joint practices last summer.

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