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Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Bill Lazor knows the team won’t be the only ones poring over the film from Sunday’s 26-6 loss to the Cleveland Browns.

Quarterbacks Andy Dalton and Justin Fields both practiced Wednesday at Halas Hall — Dalton with a compression sleeve on his left leg and Fields with a brace on his right wrist that extended to his thumb — but it could be a day or two before the Chicago Bears name a starter for Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions.

The Chicago Bears are awaiting a more detailed report on the left knee injury that starting quarterback Andy Dalton suffered in the first half of Sunday’s Week 2 win.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell stamped this week’s approval of a 17-game regular season schedule as “a monumental moment” in league history. But the vote to push forward with an extra game for every team wasn’t unanimous. According to multiple league sources, Chicago Bears Chairman George McCaskey voted against the schedule expansion, a revelation first reported Wednesday by ESPN’s Seth Wickersham.

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