Bears to meet Ravens in Hall of Fame game August 2

The Bears beat the Ravens 27-24 in a regular season meeting in 2017

The Bears beat the Ravens 27-24 in a regular season meeting in 2017

While it is just a preseason game, participating in the Hall Of Fame game is incredibly significant to a team like the Bears.

As for the possibility of playing in the Hall of Fame Game, it turns out the Eagles caught a break by avoiding this year's contest since it will be the Baltimore Ravens and Chicago Bears participating instead. The game is played at the historic Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.

For the Bears, that means they will move all their timetables up this year.

Urlacher will become the franchise's 28th player in the Hall of Fame, the most of any team.

Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher will be induced into the Hall of Fame on August 4 with the rest of the class of 2018. Lewis will share the honor with Bears' legend Brian Urlacher. Both were selected by Baltimore in the first round of the 1996 draft.

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The 2018 Hall of Fame Game will be the 54th edition of the preseason showcase.

In 2013, when Ravens left tackle Jonathan Ogden went into the Hall of Fame, the Miami Dolphins and Dallas Cowboys kicked off the preseason. Chicago has a 4-0 record in previous trips to Canton with wins in 2005, 1990, 1977 and 1968.

In 2016, the Hall of Fame Game, featuring the Indianapolis Colts and Green Bay Packers, was canceled shortly before kickoff because of concerns about the field conditions.

Urlacher and Lewis lead a class that includes Randy Moss, Terrell Owens, Brian Dawkins, Jerry Kramer, Robert Brazile, and Bobby Beathard.

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