The Chicago Bears held the second practice of mandatory veteran minicamp this afternoon and Bear…
Bears Minicamp Wrap: Day 1
Controlled chaos. That is the best way to describe a Chicago Bears practice under Marc Trestman. Throughout the offseason, the first-time NFL head coach has been the ringleader of field sessions that often resemble a full-fledged fire drill. Today, during the first practice of mandatory veteran minicamp, Trestman took it up a notch. The session began like most, with stretching, warm-ups and positional drills. Then, about 10 minutes into positionals, Trestman cupped his hands around his mouth – there are no whistles or air horns on the practice field, which were two staples of Lovie Smith practices – and called the players into an impromptu hurry up drill. The first team offenses and defenses jumped into action, with no huddles in between plays. "If you're walking, you're absolutely wrong," Trestman barked. They ran roughly six plays, then the second team cycled in and repeated the process. And then it was over, and everyone was back doing positional drills. For a second, I...
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