Bears training camp opens — but questions linger – Boston Herald

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The start of the Chicago Bears training camp brings many questions. Among them: What is Roquan Smith’s status?

A report from NFL Network indicated the linebacker might not participate in practices due to contract frustrations. Dan Wiederer writes GM Ryan Poles said of Smith: “I don’t know what his intentions are.”

Brad Biggs will have 10 thoughts on training camp later today. Bookmark our Bears page for the latest. In the meantime, see photos as players arrive at Halas Hall.

ICYMI, Mayor Lori Lightfoot unveiled a Soldier Field dome plan yesterday, among three proposals to keep the Bears from departing. Here’s what to know about the team’s possible move to Arlington Heights.

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