4 things we learned from the Chicago Bears, including Allen Robinson’s plan to return against the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers’ nagging toe injury

“My time here, for sure, the off-schedule plays show up,” Bears defensive coordinator Sean Desai said. “But quite honestly, they’ve shown up over the past month, also on tape. On tape it doesn’t seem like it’s limiting him much in terms of the way he wants to play the game, the way he wants to throw the ball, where he wants to get it, when he can escape the pocket, and he’s still making plays that way. We’re prepared for the same Aaron Rodgers that we’ve been preparing for for a long time.”

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