Bears training camp report: Observations, analysis from Monday’s practice
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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.
“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.”
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.”
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.
Practice on Tuesday at Olivet Nazarene University is closed to the public.