If a Bears player kneels to protest police brutality in 2020, will his team and the NFL support him? There are some signs those entities might.
"It's a repeated trauma to continuously watch police officers kill our black and brown brothers and sisters with no remedy," an activist said.
NBC Sports analyst Peter King has a really fair take on where the Bears rank entering the 2020 NFL season.
Nearly 80 percent of those arrested in Chicago riots last weekend were charged with disorderly conduct, according to police department numbers provided to the ABC7 I-Team on Tuesday.
Daily protests have frequently been marred by violence and looting, and police have frequently used tear gas and rubber bullets to quell protesters.