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Real Chicago Bears Defensive Surprise at Training Camp

Coaches have different standards and production values ​​than players and fans.

As the Bears practice with the exception of top defensive playmaker Roquan Smith, there are still players stepping up to keep the Tampa 2 scheme intact. They do something to complement their productive starters.

“If you spend all your time thinking about what you don’t have, instead of what you have, and solving problems with what you have, you’re behind the 8-ball, and that’s us. It’s not what we’re aiming for. It’s what we should be doing,” said Bears defensive coordinator Alan Williams.