2013 Bears Training Camp
Since the pads went on Sunday at Olivet Nazarene University, the test for the Bears’ rookie class has been taken to a whole new level.
The initial reviews on the first-year head coach are positive.
There appears to be competition at both kicker and punter.
Kyle Long’s lack of experience is as well-documented as the offensive lineman’s athletic ability.
Just two days into padded practices and the Bears are already suffering crucial injuries.
The QB has spread the ball around in practice, but accuracy is still an issue.
The Bears put on the pads Sunday for the first time in training camp, giving the offensive and defensive lines their first real chance to stand out on the practice field.
The Martellus Bennett Show didn’t stop after practice ended.
While the Bears’ offense is undergoing a major overhaul with new head coach Marc Trestman, there is one guy on the other side of the ball who taking on the brunt of change on a unit that otherwise is staying mostly the same.
The Bears took the field Friday morning at Olivet Nazarene University for their first practice of training camp. Here are some quick observations from what we saw:
With all the focus on contract talks, Friday’s practice will be a welcome change.
The return man was among those who stood out during Thursday’s test.
Kicker Robbie Gould enters the 2013 season with a lot to prove.
Who does Phil Emery’s no extension policy affect the most?
The Bears are bracing for a rude awakening Thursday morning at Camp Trestman.
With the conclusion of mandatory mincamp last week, the Bears have officially completed their offseason program.