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Bears training camp report: Observations, analysis from Monday’s practice

The Sun-Times’ Mark Potash breaks down the Bears’ 13th training camp practice:

Fuller picks off … Nagy

Coach Matt Nagy and -quarterbacks coach Dave Ragone were the featured quarterbacks for a one-on-one receiver/cornerback drill. Though Nagy showed he still throws a nice deep ball, he suffered the indignity of getting intercepted by Kyle Fuller on a mid-range throw intended for rookie Javon Wims — who later made a nifty finger-tip grab on a throw from Nagy.

“He got me. I can’t believe he got me,” Nagy said good-naturedly. “That’s ridiculous that I let that happen. That’s -unacceptable. The thing with Fuller is, he doesn’t have to say much. He just kind of gives you that look.

Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky practices during training camp in Bourbonnais. | Ashlee Rezin/Sun-Times

“I’m going to go back and watch it. I’m going to evaluate myself and see where I was, and if there were any drops in there, those guys are going to hear it.”

Trubisky-to-Robinson

It’s still only training camp, but Mitch Trubisky-to-Allen -Robinson looks like a real -connection.

“He loves football, he’s hungry to be great and he’s a very driven individual. That motivates me to get him the ball,” Trubisky said. “So I better be on top of my ‘A’ game because I know he’s bringing it every day, too.”

Other observations

Kevin White, who looks much better on short routes than deep ones, made a nice grab against tight coverage from Prince -Amukamara along the sideline.

Nagy threw a 38-yard pass to Malachi Jones in the one-on-one drill.

Linebacker Aaron Lynch still is sidelined with a hamstring injury.

Up next

Practice on Tuesday at Olivet Nazarene University is closed to the public.