Chicago Bears 2020 training camp: 6 things to watch out for


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After a grueling offseason that has had its fair share of challenges amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chicago Bears have finally hit the training ground at Halas Hall with the start of training camp.There are a lot of question marks for the Bears heading into the 2020 season, ranging from position battles to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. And with the start of training camp, we’re going to start to see those answers become clearer.

Here are six things to look out for when starting bear training camp.

1. The QB competition

The quarterback battle between Mitchell Trubisky and Nick Foles has been the subject of some discussion during the offseason for the Bears, and it’s certainly only going to heat up at the start of training camp. Considering that training camp will be the only representative for head coach Matt Nagy to assess Trubisky and Foles, it certainly won’t be an easy task to make the right decision given the shortcomings of this 2020 season.

Nagy said they were going to rate Trubisky and Foles on every play – not just their throws. They will look at each line of scrimmage check, how they get in and out of the clique, and how they react to specific games in practice. Evaluating those quarterbacks at training camp alone is certainly not ideal, but that’s all they have to do at this point.

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