BOURBONNAIS — John Fox has had good teams in bad training camps, and vice versa, in his 16-year head-coaching career.
The Bears operated by a new schedule at Olivet Nazarene this year, with three different Practice plans, ranging from full pads to walk-throughs.
“The coaching staff, they’ve done a very good job getting in what we need to get in but not grinding us too hard,” said outside linebacker Dan Skuta, who’s entering his ninth season.
After finishing last season with 19 players on injured reserve — including two quarterbacks who had started games — the Bears were desperate to try something different.
Entering his 10th NFL season, safety Quintin Demps still maintains he needs padded practices more frequently.
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