Chicago Bears Had Over $100K Worth Of Equipment Stolen From Soldier Field Wednesday Night

The Chicago Bears are truly having a week of all weeks.

After getting beat by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to drop to 0-2 on the season, the Chicago Bears had their defensive coordinator resign following a FBI raid of his home, the Bears had a player liking a tweet of Stephen A. Smith ripping the team, had Justin Fields publicly blaming the coaching staff for his struggles, and now this…

According to ABC7 in Chicago, a Soldier Field manager and staff members said one or more burglars tore down a security fence overnight Wednesday and drove multiple pieces of equipment out of a garage, including gators and lawn mowers.

Soldier Field opened in 1924 and has been home to the Bears since 1971, making it the oldest stadium still in use in the NFL.