Local Sports
Mike Glennon capped an opening 96-yard drive with a 1-yard touchdown pass to Dion Sims as the Bears beat the Tennessee Titans 19-7 Sunday in the third preseason game.
 
Glennon was an efficient 11 of 18 for 134 yards passing despite losing starting wide receiver Cameron Meredith late in the first quarter. Meredith was carted off with a suspected left ACL injury, which Fox said must be checked by an MRI exam first.
 
Mitchell Trubisky, the second overall pick out of North Carolina, opened the third quarter with the Bears' starters. But Trubisky threw two incompletions as the Bears (2-1) went three-and-out. Trubisky also fumbled a snap on his next series, though he rebounded with a 45-yard TD pass to Tanner Gentry for a 19-7 lead in the fourth quarter.
 
Chicago left 11 Bears at home, and the injury list only grew longer early in Sunday's game. The worst injury came late in the first quarter when Meredith, who led Chicago with 66 catches for 888 yards, hurt his left knee when tackled low at the end of a 16-yard catch . Trainers braced his leg and carted him off the field. The Bears already had left three receivers at home.
 
Cornerback Prince Amukamara played one series before leaving the game with an injured ankle, and the Bears also declared long snapper Patrick Scales out early in the second quarter with an injured knee. Both were on crutches after the game. 
 
Bears linebacker Leonard Floyd hurt a foot.
 
>>Broncos Down Packers
 
Jamaal Charles' impressive Denver debut included four rushes for 27 yards, two catches and a declaration afterward by coach Vance Joseph that he's in the Broncos' plans this season as Denver beat Green Bay 20-17 in the NFL preseason matchup Satudray. 
 
Aaron Rodgers played just ten snaps, finishing 3-for-5 with 12 yards. 
 
Backup Brett Hundley trotted out to hand off to Ty Montgomery for a touchdown plunge and a 10-0 lead.
 
Kyle Sloter replaced Lynch and threw a 17-yard TD pass to Hunter Sharp that made it 20-10.
 
Hundley's 6-yard keeper made it 20-17 early in the fourth quarter.

Local Weather