On Sunday, it was reported that the Bears had nine players and coaches test positive for coronavirus before learning that other teams were experiencing the same thing. Fortunately, these tests were false positives, but the fact remains that if this was the regular season, those players would be out for the week. Host JJ Stankevitz and Bears writer Cam Ellis discuss the scare, and what it means for the NFL and the start of the season. Later on, they provide updates on the position battles in camp, including who has had a leg up in the QB battle
(1:45) - How did the Bears and the NFL handle the false positives scare
(17:20) - The Bears tight ends look a lot better than last year
(26:00) - Which QB has taken the lead in the position battle
(33:20) - Will Jaylon Johnson be a starter this year?
(41:55) - Another kicking competition is about to begin
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Under Center Podcast: Bears false COVID-19 scare at Halas Hall originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago