Smith and company appeared to be … Linebacker Roquan Smith (58) led the Bears in tackles with 100 last season (65 solo) despite playing in only 12 games (and playing only a quarter against the … When that photo hit social media, his teammates couldn’t handle it. © Sports Mockery, Inc. 2018 In ethology, the term imprinting describes when an animal "A source tells E! Chicago failed to add any real depth at the position during the offseason, which means Patterson is likely to be counted on more as a runner than receiver this fall.Still, if Montgomery fails to take the next step in his development this season, Chicago's rushing attack will crumble at its foundation.

Roquan Smith has been labeled a playboy and criticized by shocked fans after the Chicago Bears linebacker was caught partying on a boat in Florida in a video he posted on Instagram featuring pornstar Abella Danger.

Roquan Smith Instagram Post Had Teammates Dying Of Laughter Roquan Smith is supposedly a somewhat unassuming guy who just happens to be really good at football. So he knows the linebacker well, which makes his responses the funniest of all. He doesn’t come across as the outspoken or charismatic type. Roquan Smith didn't have the 2019 season that he or Chicago Bears fans wanted. Powered by Chicago Bears linebacker Roquan Smith appears to be ignoring social distancing while partying on a crowded boat with porn star Abella Danger. Padded practices begin next week and will give Chicago's coaches and players their first real opportunity to evaluate which quarterback gives the team the best chance to win.According to Miller, the starting gig is up for grabs.“This is going to be an interesting competition to see and the best man is going to get the job.”David Montgomery put in work this offseason to lead Bears’ rushing attack in 2020Anthony Miller is hyped about Nick Foles' knowledge of Bears' offense Super Bowl or bust?
It’s also a sign the 23-year old is unfazed by expectations this year.

Smith and company appeared to be ignoring all aspects of social distancing, from heading to a crowded beach to posing closely together in clusters for photos while huddled on a boat. The first step in doing that is getting healthy for camp, something Smith says he's achieved.The linebacker later clarified his comments saying that everyone tries to come into camp with a few extra pounds as it's easier to lose them during the practices.Not being able to stay healthy was the biggest concern for Smith following the 2019 season. Why Bears fans should not be worried about an Allen Robinson contract extensionBears wide receiver Allen Robinson on Nick Foles: 'He's a competitor'Bears rookie watch: Can Darnell Mooney make it through ‘turbulent water?’Why Bears' Anthony Miller is more ready than ever for sky-high 2020 demandsRevisiting Jimmy Graham's contract after George Kittle, Travis Kelce extensionsBears were among worst teams on fourth-down decisions last seasonBears reportedly giving former North Texas QB Mason Fine a tryout next week Can Jaylon Johnson replace Prince Amukamara in Bears' lineup?5 things Hoge would've been watching in Bears' preseason opener on SaturdayStankevitz: I changed my mind on who Bears’ Week 1 starting QB will beCole Kmet says Jimmy Graham has been a great mentor at Bears training campUnder Center Podcast: Bears training camp is set to beginBears' Matt Nagy details timeline for Mitch Trubisky/Nick Foles decisionNick Foles finally throws to Bears receivers in practice: 'His timing was good'Brett Favre says he'd love to see Aaron Rodgers play for Chicago Bears He was over it and deleted his account,'" This is just a stark reminder that Jay Cutler doesn't need Instagram. It was a perfect formula. Still, to do that during a time when

Javon Wims has known Smith longer than anybody. Smith is absolutely allowed a personal and social life, but when he and his team have publicly encouraged fans to stay home and he then posts photos and videos of himself out in public ignoring social distancing rules when it’s not at all necessary? He’s eager to play some football.Expectations are high for him this year. 'Montgomery's up-and-down rookie season was like any first-year player's. It's Montgomery or bust.