2012 Bears Training Camp
With Urlahcer missing so much time, it lends credence to the idea that the MCL injury suffered against the Vikings was more serious than most believed.
The Bears earned the name Monster of the Midway, but with Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall, the 2012 Bears have something to brag about on offense, as well.
With the acquisition of Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall, the Bears seemingly have a complete offensive attack.
Fun as it may be to pretend the Bears are undergoing a sudden and violent insurrection on offense — a quarterback-led coup featuring aerial strength, the marshaling of ground forces and (gasp) something called the audible — the simple truth is the Bears require significantly less to be successful this season. Think evolution more than revolution.
In the first few days of padded practices, first-round draft pick Shea McClellin has had a hard time.
After a day off, the Bears were back on the practice field at Olivet Nazarene University Tuesday and things looked, well, rusty.
Jeffrey has impressed the elder Marshall so far in camp, but that’s not how it was earlier this summer when the rookie struggled through OTAs and mini-camp.
Training camp is nothing like the violent world it used to be in the NFL.
When the Bears drafted defensive end Shea McClellin out of Boise State, questions immediately centered around the first-round draft pick’s size.
One week into training camp, it looks as if Emery hit a home run with Brandon Marshall.
Anthony Adams, Matt Bowen, Alex Brown, Dez Clark and Hunter Hillenmeyer give you the good, the bad and the ugly from their training camp experience.
I thought I’d share some tips with you on surviving camp and offer up suggestions to increase your enjoyment of the experience.