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Panthers vs Bears Live Stream : Panthers vs Bears: The Chicago Bears kick off their 2019 preseason schedule against the Carolina Panthers Thursday night in a game that will offer fans a closer look at the depth of this roster heading into The Bears will play their first of four preseason games at 7 p.m. (CT) Thursday in Chicago. The Chicago Bears kick off their 2019 preseason schedule against the Carolina Panthers Thursday night in a game that will offer fans a closer look at the depth of this roster heading into September. The Chicago Bears host the Carolina Panthers in the first preseason game of the 2019 season. The Bears will play their first of four preseason games at 7 p.m. (CT) Thursday in Chicago. The Chicago Bears kick off their 2019 preseason schedule against the Carolina Panthers Thursday night in a game that will offer fans a closer look at the depth of this roster heading into September. The Chicago Bears host the Carolina Panthers in the first preseason game of the 2019 season.

Counting the day he left practice after being in what coach Ron Rivera called a “pileup,” Kuechly did not participate in team drills for three straight days. He still hasn’t participated in full-contact drills and won’t play in Thursday night’s preseason opener at Chicago.

Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly anticipated the question before reporters could ask on Tuesday, the first time he has addressed why he left practice six days ago with an injury that wasn’t identified.

“Well, I know what you guys are all going to ask,” the six-time Pro Bowler said. “My head’s good. I wasn’t in the [concussion] protocol. . . . I just got rolled up weird. They said, ‘All right, you’ve got sit out, Luke.’ You’ve got to listen to what they say.

Quarterback Cam Newton, coming off January shoulder surgery, also won’t play against the Bears as the Panthers try to protect their two biggest stars. Kyle Allen will start, followed by third-round draft pick Will Grier.

That Kuechly reassured his “head” was fine indicated that was a concern after he was hit from the side. That trainers did not check out his knees, arms or shoulder after the pileup also was an indication it was head-related.

The 2013 NFL Defensive Player of the year missed games in 2015, ’16 and ’17 with concussion-like symptoms.

Kuechly still wears the Q-collar, an experimental device the inventor hopes will help prevent concussions, around his neck, as he has since 2017.

Kuechly jokingly referred to being held out of practice a few days to being in “timeout.” Given the choice, he would like to have played a series or two against the Bears to get back in the groove of tackling.

“I do think you do need it,” Kuechly said. “We haven’t tackled since last year, right? There’s a big difference between running by guys and tagging off to actually tackling. You’ve got to do it like once or twice to get the feel for it.”

The Panthers’ goal with Kuechly and Newton is to have them ready for the regular-season opener against the Los Angeles Rams. Coach Ron Rivera said there’s a “premium” more than ever on keeping players healthy during the preseason.

“The thing I hope we look at in the next CBA is expanding the roster,” he said. “Now, you get a good guy hurt, let’s say he’s one of your second-tier players, but he’s your third linebacker or third safety. You get him hurt, you either settle with him or you IR him or keep him active til he’s healthy

“By doing that now, you’ve cut another guy that can be a good player. If you allow your roster to be a little bigger now you may play your guys more in the preseason.”

Colin Kaepernick has made another statement that he is continuing to pursue an NFL job despite not having played in the league since 2016.

In a video posted to Twitter and Instagram on Wednesday, Kaepernick is shown working out in a gym, saying he has been doing so for the past three years and that he is “still ready.”

The video starts with a counter saying he has been “denied work for 889 days.” The total comes from the Twitter account @KapWatch, which has kept track of Kaepernick’s ongoing free agency since he opted out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers in March 2017.

In October 2017, Kaepernick filed a grievance against the NFL under the collective bargaining agreement, alleging collusion against signing him to a contract. Both his grievance and that of current Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid were settled in February, with the Wall Street Journal reporting they would receive less than $10 million total.

Kaepernick drew national attention in 2016 when he knelt during the national anthem to protest racial injustice and police brutality in the United States.