Kevin Payne was supposed to take over as a strong safety full time, but he got a lot of action…
Training Camp Report: Day 5
Pick Six Continuing with Cutler Watch 2009, Jay Cutler came back from his Dud-of-the-Day performance on Monday and threw the ball much better Tuesday. He completed 8 of 12 passes during 7-on-7 drills and then another 10 of 13 in 11-on-11, although he was intercepted twice on the day – Brian Urlacher got the first one on a ball over the middle intended for Earl Bennett, and Zack Bowman made the highlight reel yet again taking one away from Greg Olsen in the back of the end zone. Cutler's two best throws of the day were a red-zone TD toss to Hester over Nathan Vasher, and then a wheel route down the right sideline to Olsen skying over Pisa Tinoisamoa. Caleb Hanie was solid back with the second-team offense, hitting on 7 of 11 passes, and third stringer Brett Basanez continued his improvement with a 10-of-14 showing. Hanie threw a beauty of a slant to Johnny Knox for a TD in red-zone action, and Basanez hooked up with Devin Aromashodu on back-to-back snaps for scores. ... For the...
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