Chicago Bears Lose to Baltimore Ravens in Hall of Fame Game

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The Chicago Bears got the Matt Nagy era off to a rough start as they fell to the Baltimore Ravens in the annual Hall of Fame Game. 

Quarterback Chase Daniel, who got the start as Mitchell Trubisky rested, passed for 53 yards and threw two interceptions in the loss. Benny Cunningham rushed for 37 yards in the contest. 

Robert Griffin III started for the Ravens, throwing for 58 yards and a touchdown, but was sacked three times. 

The Bears will next take the field next Thursday when they head to Cincinnati to play the Bengals. 

Rookie wide receiver Javon Wims had seven receptions for 89 yards in the game, while Tanner Gentry had 19 receiving yards and a touchdown. 

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