The “Bear-raid” siren performed on kickoffs and key defensive performs will now not be used at Soldier Field, one official advised Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune.
If you happen to’ve forgotten what the blaring siren seems like, here is a bit of audio to refresh your reminiscence.
In keeping with Kane, the siren debuted in 2018 throughout a 15-6 Bears win over the Los Angeles Rams, which was a struggle of attrition if reminiscence serves Bears followers appropriately.
However, to new requests for the Bears‘ gameday operations for 2022, the siren will now not be used. The staff hasn’t performed it as soon as this season, even in the course of the Bears’ lone preseason recreation at Soldier Field.
The Bears even performed the siren in 2020, when followers weren’t allowed to attend video games.