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Featured Bears Picture – Martellus Bennett Tries to Give Football to Little Girl

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Martellus Bennett Tries to Give Football to Little Girl
Chicago Bears ball
Image by Jim Larrison
Bears Meijer Family Fest presented by Chase is a perfect event for the entire family! Join the Bears at Soldier Field on Saturday, August 2 for a special opportunity to see the Chicago Bears practice at Soldier Field.

At Bears Family Fest, fans will visit the stadium and watch the Bears practice under the lights on our home field. Additional entertainment includes fun family-friendly games and outdoor activities, live music, giveaways and a firework show to follow practice!

Date: August 2, 2014
Location: Soldier Field – Chicago, IL
Times: Outside activities 3pm, Gates open 5pm
Outside activities begin: 3:00pm
Gates open: 5:00pm
Player introductions: 6:30pm
Practice begins: 6:45pm
Parking: North Garage, Waldron Deck & South Lot
per vehicle. Lots will open at 2:00 pm.
New to 2014: The NFL Bag Policy and Enhanced Screening Procedures will be in effect for Family Fest. Click here to review the policy.

Martellus Bennett at Family Fest was a great guy going out and talking to the kids in the stands. He found a football and walked over to a little girl and her dad and gave them them the football. She did what you should do with the football, she threw it back to him. It was cute and funny, luckly Martellus went and got the ball and gave it to the little girl and her dad again

Go Bears!

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