The Bears have started their summer vacation. Sun-Times expert Adam L. Jahns breaks down what he learned during the offseason program.
Before Lynch hurt his hamstring, Fangio sounded encouraged by Lynch’s performance and work ethic during the offseason program.
Nagy’s offense, with its run-pass options (RPOs), various formations, frequent motions, screen calls and so on, is testing the defense.
Several firefighters stopped Nagy, who wore a blue suit with an orange tie, to thank him for attending the funeral.
“We’re growing, he’s growing, the offense is growing,’’ Nagy said. ‘‘The defense, again, they challenge us every day.”
Here are some of the highlights from Miller’s news conference Tuesday at Halas Hall.
“It’s been everything and more with what we thought with Trey,” coach Matt Nagy said.
Starting with the return of Vic Fangio, continuity is king for the Bears’ defense. But there still are jobs to be won.
The Bears need Howard. The question is for how long? That answer will emerge this season with Nagy modernizing the Bears’ offensive approach.
What was up with receiver Kevin White’s salty news conference? Where does tight end Adam Shaheen in coach Matt Nagy’s offense?
The ‘‘Y’’ (in-line) tight-end spot should be viewed merely as a starting point for Adam Shaheen.
With months spent learning Matt Nagy’s offense and weeks spent coaching new players, members of Nagy’s overhauled offensive staff had plenty to say.
It’s time for White to play with the same edge and attitude he showed the media after practice.
What is new coach Matt Nagy building on offense? Where do the rookies fit in? Who deserves a contract extension? Tune in.
“I’m just ready to come in here working,” Jackson said. “I’m really excited for the season we’re about to have.”