Meanwhile, Chicago’s special teams struggled and the offensive line lost a man.
Apparently, Adrian Wilson has everything and nothing to prove tonight.
Bears coach Marc Trestman waxing philosophical can only do so much.
Jordan Palmer and Jimmy Clausen are locked in tight battle to back up Jay Cutler.
Santonio Holmes also worked out for the Bears on Tuesday, but there’s been little movement since.
“We like what we’ve seen up to this point,” Marc Trestman says of David Fales.
Heat and hitting just has a way of causing frustration in training camp, Michael Irvin says.
Two new names were also added to the injury list: Jordan Mills and Isaiah Frey.
Marquess Wilson suffered a broken right clavicle in Monday’s practice.
Martellus Bennett slammed Kyle Fuller to the ground Monday but wasn’t remorseful.
Martellus Bennett slammed Kyle Fuller to the ground after taking issue with an aggressive tackle.
“If we can add 100 plays to what we already did, that would be a great starting point,” Marc Trestman says.
Recovered from a viral infection, Kyle Long strapped on pads for the first time.
At most, only six of the 53 players who make the Bears roster with be from the previous regime.
Also, Kyle Long has been cleared to return to action and should be in pads Saturday.
“I just know I got a good opportunity to go out there and show what I can do,” Danny McCray says.
Three rookies are getting meaningful first-team reps on defense.
“It’s a ‘we’ thing,” Bears defensive coordinator Mel Tucker says.
Rookie cornerback Kyle Fuller had two interceptions on the first day of practice.
Shea McClellin says hes getting the feel of playing Mike linebacker.