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It was 75 years ago this summer when allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy in Operation Overlord, also known as D-Day. Friday, that heroic invasion played out on the shores of Lake Erie.
The Bears didn’t play a single starter during their 32-13 shellacking at the hands of the New York Giants in the second preseason game Friday night, announcing beforehand that 26 (!) players would rest.
For now, LaFleur is focused on having his quarterback back on the field when the players return to practice Sunday.
After missing 24 tackles by his count in the team’s preseason opener, the coach says the Packers missed 19 more against the Ravens.