Former Bears $$ quarterback Mike Glennon (33) revealed he played 3rd grade hoops with Machine Gun Kelly, aka Colson Baker (12)
The family of a legendary Bear, Brittney and Connie Payton, do it Bobby Brown-style
Hall of Famer Brian Urlacher reeled in some snapper & grouper while deep sea fishing off the coast of Florida:
Kyle Long made kiwi tacos
Chicago-native and 90s icon Cindy Crawford went all Air Jordan
John Cusack saw himself on The Last Dance hanging with Bill Wennington
Current Bulls backup center Luke Kornet showed off his athletic impressions
Chance is craving the most Chicago pop of all, Green River
The Big Hemp, Frank Thomas, has a CBD pain cream on the market:
If anyone could vouch for a painkiller, it’s a guy named Hurt.
2005 White Sox World Series MVP Jermaine Dye is requesting recognition for his Xbox golf course design
Bulls guard Zach LaVine must have a deal with Twitch TV/Call of Duty.
You have to be a subscriber ($4.99/month) to watch him play.
Former Bears left tackle Jermon Bushrod had a parenting question related to gaming:
A gaming company might offer him a free one. (Sometimes that’s why famous people ask for advice on social media. Good chance they’ll get a freebie.)
Bears defensive end Roy Robertston-Harris and wife Krystal (with baby #2 on the way) celebrated an anniversary:
Bears star receiver Allen Robinson spoke for all of us on a frigid Friday:
Couldn’t agree more, AR2.
Chicago legend Twista is doing his part to encourage social distancing with bus stop PSAs and incentives:
Because, we all need a reminder now and then:
The Punky QB is playing it safe:
Call him Jimmy Mask. Meanwhile, current Bears QB Nick Foles is starting a podcast:
Actor Jeffrey Wright, of Westworld fame, shared a recording of Chicago history. Muddy Waters’ wedding on Maxwell Street in 1964. Bluesman Robert Nighthawk provided the evening’s entertainment:
Acclaimed composer Nicholas Britell is hyped for Episodes 7 & 8:
Finally, congrats to a couple of Wildcats, Kenwood Academy legend and former Bull Nazr Mohammed, who graduated from UK…
…and Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan, who will be inducted into the Kentucky Hall of Fame Class of 2020 alongside another former Bull, Ron Mercer: