Facing the challenge as Roquan Smith’s replacement

Needless to say, Matthew Adams spoke with Bears general manager Ryan Poles after a June incident in Chicago in which he was charged with possession of a firearm by a felony and a municipal code violation by possessing metal-piercing cartridges.

“Yes, we had a conversation afterwards,” Adams confirmed.

“We pretty much just talked about it. He challenged me to cover that ground that we lost,” Adams added.

Whether he makes up for his off-field gaffe is something the team will keep to itself.

On the field, Adams has had nothing but a disappointing start. It’s good because he’s the player tasked with filling in for Roquan Smith during the so-called hold-in. He is part of their experienced depth and even a starter.

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