Photo courtesy: Bears Twitter
Photo courtesy: Bears Twitter

Bears players, Eberflus hang out at Luke Combs concert

by - Senior Editor -

The Chicago Bears are known for their passion for football, but it turns out they have a love for country music as well.

On Saturday night, some of the Bears players and head coach Matt Eberflus attended Luke Combs' concert at Soldier Field in Chicago. The team shared photos on their social media accounts, showing Eberflus and a handful of players having a great time at the event.

Eberflus even brought a custom Bears jersey for Combs, which the country singer proudly displayed in one of the pictures.

The jersey featured Combs' name and number on the back. It was a touching gesture that shows the camaraderie between the team and the musician.

The players who attended the concert with Eberflus were Cody Whitehair, Trestan Ebner, Jake Tonges, Ryan Anderson, Joe Reed, Braxton Jones, and JaÔÇÖTyre Carter. They all looked like they were having a great time, and Combs seemed thrilled to have them there.

It's clear that the team is a big fan of the country star, and it's always great to see them bonding over something other than football.

Luke Combs is a rising star in the country music world, with hits like "Hurricane," "Beer Never Broke My Heart," and "Forever After All." His Chicago concert was part of his "What You See Is What You Get" tour, which has been drawing huge crowds across the country.

Overall, it's great to see the Bears players and coaching staff taking a break from football to enjoy a night of music and fun.

It's important for them to have downtime and recharge their batteries before the grueling NFL season begins.

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