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Bears runner Tarik Cohen had some fans looking for a Jewish connection

CHICAGO –– Of all the questions to emerge since the Bears played their season opener last Sunday, here's one you probably didn't expect: Is Tarik Cohen Jewish? While Cohen was busy becoming an overnight sensation after his record-breaking debut, some in the the Jewish community were trying to figure out if he's one of the "chosen people." The Jewish Telegraphic Agency's website asked, "Is ...

CHICAGO –– Of all the questions to emerge since the Bears played their season opener last Sunday, here's one you probably didn't expect: Is Tarik Cohen Jewish?

While Cohen was busy becoming an overnight sensation after his record-breaking debut, some in the the Jewish community were trying to figure out if

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