BEARS COACH FOX ON HIS QBS: 'WE DON'T DO COMPARISONS'

Asked to compare the two-minute drills near the end of Sunday's practice, of quarterbacks Mike Glennon and Mitch Trubisky, Bears coach John Fox said: "We don't do comparisons."

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