Accept the challenge as Roquan Smith’s deputy

Needless to say, Matthew Adams spoke to Bears general manager Ryan Poles after an incident in Chicago in June when he was charged with possession of firearms and violating a city ordinance by possessing metal-piercing cartridges was charged.

“Yeah, we had a conversation afterwards,” Adams confirmed.

“We pretty much just talked about it. He challenged me to cover the ground that we lost,” Adams added.

Whether he makes up for his slip off the field, the team keeps to themselves.

On the field, Adams has only had a disappointing start. It’s a good thing because he’s the player assigned to replace Roquan Smith during the so-called “hold-in”. He’s part of their experienced depth and even a starter.

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