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NFL News: Chicago Bears Training Camp for Marvin Hall, John Franklin III, Elliott Fry and Eddy Pineiro

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    Chicago Bears Training Camp NFL Super Bowl Marvin Hall John Franklin III Elliott Fry Eddy Pineiro

    Chicago Bear has full plans to be a part of the Super Bowl this year and they have already started their preparations. Matt Nagy and Ryan Price are looking at everything and are confident enough to make it more than the wild card round. The most important part is the training camp where the value of every NFL player is revealed. Here are the training camp plans of Bears for Marvin Hall, John Franklin III, Elliott Fry, and Eddy Pineiro.

    Marvin Hall

    Chicago Bears Training Camp NFL Super Bowl Marvin Hall

    The Chicago Bears was suffering from the lack of good players a few seasons back but now they have a formidable roster. Marvin Hall was signed in the last free agency and have a contract of $645 K with him. But he needs to prove his worth to team if he wants an extension with the Bears team. While playing for the Atlanta Falcons, Hall was a decent kick returner. He needs to top that and get better in the training camp or the Bears will bench him out.

    John Franklin III

    Chicago Bears Training Camp NFL Super Bowl John Franklin III

    John Franklin has one of the best stories in the NFL as his journey is incredible and inspiring. From a redshirt in Florida State to the rising star of Netflix documentary series, he has seen it all. In the last NFL draft, Franklin was signed up by the Bears for his defensive back. It is now the turn of Franklin to prove his talent at the training camp or the Bears will waiver him off soon.

    Elliott Fry and Eddy Pineiro

    Chicago Bears Training Camp NFL Super Bowl Elliot Fry and Eddy Pineiro

    Elliot Fry and Eddy Pineiro are the two current kickers in the Chicago Bears who are getting a lot of publicity for the last few days. But the NFL doesn’t work via tweets, one needs to score and perform to stay relevant. Both the players are yet to do a full NFL kick and without it, no team will be ready to have them in their roster.

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