- Jeff Dickerson, Chicago Bears beat reporter
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Every day of training camp, we'll have a wake-up call that previews the day ahead.
9:00 a.m. CT -- Bears practice without pads (open to the public).
Approx. 11:30 a.m. CT -- Marc Trestman and select players will be available to the media walking off the practice field.
Saturday is the final practice of helmets and shorts before the Bears strap the pads on for the first time on Sunday. Fan attendance at ONU is expected to swell over the weekend after a large crowd turned out on the first day. If fans want to secure a spot next the fence where the players exit the field, the best bet is to arrive early because the line to enter the practice field facility stretched around the entire parking lot on Friday. Remember, locate the camera cranes to determine which field the team will conduct their full-team drills on that specific day.
Among the storylines we’ll be following:
1. Can the offense bounce back following a sloppy start to camp?
2. Will rookie Kyle Fuller continue to make strides after an impressive two-interception debut?
Every day of training camp, we'll have a wake-up call that previews the day ahead. 9:00 a.m. CT -- Bears practice without pads (open to the public).Approx.