Bears set abbreviated training camp schedule

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As the NFL collective bargaining agreement has truncated what was normally a grueling month of preseason workouts for teams, training camp has taken on more of an educational and learning environment. The Bears will spend approximately two weeks in Bourbonnais, sandwiched around a glorified walk through practice at Soldier Field and the club’s opening home preseason contest against Carolina.

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Mirroring the trend of fellow NFL teams, the Chicago Bears announced a shortened training camp schedule at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, IL.

The Bears open training camp on Saturday, July 27 and conclude it with a final practice on Saturday, August 10. As was the case last year, all Bourbonnais practices are scheduled for early morning 8:15am starts.

Tickets are free and overflow crowds are expected with Chicago coming off a NFC North division title in 2018. This summer marks the 18th consecutive year the Bears have trained at Olivet Nazarene, approximately 60 miles south of Chicago.