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Dan Wiederer and Brad Biggs
Bear Download — A Chicago Bears podcast
Chicago Bears podcast featuring Chicago Tribune Bears writers Dan Wiederer and Rich Campbell.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.1 stars from 272 ratings
Bad Biggs
Dan, Brad is an excellent columnist and Bears media legend, but he is terrible on the podcast. Almost Fishbain bad, but not quite. It’s time to give someone else a shot bud, you guys have fallen well behind Hoge and Jahns as well as Halas Intrigue.
Daddy706 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/03/20
Two of the best
Two good Bears beat guys. Great info about the Bears each time. Thx
MaybNexYr Bear fan 77 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/17/20
Great podcast
This is a great podcast that keeps you up to date with everything Bears.
Coach Web via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/14/20
Recent Episodes
The move is officially official: Mitch Trubisky will be the starting quarterback for the Chicago Bears against the Green Bay Packers, and Dan Wiederer and Brad Biggs are here to break it down on the Bear Download podcast. The two look at the events that led to the decision, what are reasonable...
Published 11/27/20
The Chicago Bears need answers — and fast. Dan Wiederer and Brad Biggs do their best to offer some on this episode of the Bear Download podcast. Unfortunately for the Bears, their offensive woes are less of a slump and more of an identity. And coach Matt Nagy is struggling for explanations; just...
Published 11/24/20
Once 5-1, the Chicago Bears are now 5-4 and a home underdog against the Minnesota Vikings on Monday. How did they get here, and how can they right the ship? Dan Wiederer and Brad Biggs start by breaking down the offense, specifically the offensive line. Also, putting themselves in playoff...
Published 11/12/20
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