I'm sure you're familiar with the saying, "you learn something new everyday?" Well, today, I learned that the Chicago Bears have a sideline policy that says you're not allowed to partake in their loyalty program events if you're in the opposing team's gear.

That's according to ABC Chicago, who says that's the reason a Packers fan is suing the Chicago Bears.

Should the Bears change their policy or should Beckman change his clothes?

It's a ridiculous lawsuit and so is the rule that you can't wear the opposing team's gear on the field. However, it's the Bears' stadium and they clearly stated in their rules that opposing team attire wouldn't be allowed. Not to mention, and correct me if I'm wrong here, but can this even be an issue about free speech if Beckman isn't being penalized by the government?

What are your thoughts?

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