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Many in media upset with Bears limiting live training camp coverage

Many in media upset with Bears limiting live training camp coverage

Mark Giangreco was fuming Thursday. In previous years, WLS-7 would shoot extensive footage of drills during the Bears' first day of training camp. However, the team's new media policies limited his crew to shooting only eight minutes of the players stretching. "The NFL is the most powerful and paranoid entity in all of American sports," Giangreco said. "It wants to completely sanitize, sterilize and filter every piece of information. … It's an absurd joke." Giangreco was reacting to the new training camp media policies new coach John Fox and general manager Ryan Pace have instituted. The Bears contend the regulations will help protect their...

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