TRIBUNE: Bears GM Ryan Pace hopes ‘revamped’ staff will better address injury woes

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The Chicago Tribune is reporting, “A day after the 2017 season ended, Bears general manager Ryan Pace vowed to address the injury issues that have plagued his team the last couple of years.

After making two major offseason changes, Pace said last week at the NFL scouting combine that he hopes new philosophies will help with injury prevention and recovery. The Bears finished last season with 16 players on injured reserve.

The Bears hired Jason Loscalzo last month as head strength and conditioning coach. He joined the Bears after six seasons at Washington State and five at Boston College as head of strength and conditioning…”

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