The Bears will start training camp July 29 (AP).

Bears to start training camp July 29

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Coach John Fox will start his first camp at a place familiar to Bears fans — the team will move into Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais for the 14th-straight season on July 29.

The Bears will report to ONU in 100 days, the team announced Monday, with their first public practice being held July 30, following day. As in years past, practices — and parking — will be free and open to the public.

The team will release further specifics later.

Coach Marc Trestman began training camp on July 25 last season, though this year’s regular season will begin six days later than last year’s. The NFL will announce the regular season schedule Tuesday night.

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