Chicago Bears defensive tackle Henry Melton was back on the practice field Wednesday. He participated in individual drills for the first time since suffering a concussion on August 9th. The team is hopeful he will be fully cleared by Monday
Bears Wideout Earl Bennett is also making his way back from an August 2nd concussion and ran for the second straight day on Wednesday. NFL.com says the team's number-three receiver is on the trade block. Bennett is expected to make 2.25-million-dollars this year.
The Chicago Bears look to end the preseason on a positive note when they host the Cleveland Browns tonight. The Bears have won their previous two contests against San Diego and Oakland. The Browns are resting quarterback Brandon Weeden and running back Trent Richardson for the game. The regular season starts on September 8th with a home game against the Bengals.
Tonight's Pre-Game Show begins at 6:45 on Newstalk 1060.