Bears wrap off-season workouts

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Next stop Bourbonnais for Bears

Next stop Bourbonnais for Bears

Calling the off-season a success, new Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman concluded mandatory mini-camp workouts Thursday and complemented his club on their work habits prior to a month-long break before training camp begins in late July.

This concludes just a heck of an off-season,” Trestman said. “I mentioned the players on a number of things. We learned we got our practice tempo up, we had great meetings, learned how we were going to meet, divide our time up during the day, the whole thing it culminates a major portion of our off-season obviously and leading into the next step, which will be training camp. Our players really got into our weight, strength and conditioning program with Mike Clark and they did an excellent job there.

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We think we’re a stronger, more explosive football team going into this off-season. We’ll see where that takes us as we get into camp.” The Bears, who have yet to release the full training camp schedule, will report to Olivet Nazarene in Bourbonnais on July

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24, with the first scheduled practice set for July 26.

Trestman doesn’t plan to change up the pace or the itinerary once summer workouts begin. “I think it’s going to look very similar to what we’ve seen here. This is how we’re going to practice during training camp. They’re marathon practices. We get one a day. There’s a lot of reps. I think you could see the energy was high from start to finish, which is exceptional. It’s going to be hot down there. I think our conditioning will be measured at that time more than any other.  Our practices will look very similar to what they did today.”

Paw Prints: Wide receivers Brandon Marshall (hip) and Marquess Wilson (hamstring) were held out of practice. Alshon Jeffery saw limited work after nursing a hamstring injury….The Bears released undrafted free agent CB Maurice Jones from Temple and are expected to sign OL A.J. Lindeman of Toledo to reach the 90-man roster limit. Lindeman performed well in rookie and mini-camp workouts

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