Bears practice notebook: Takeaways from “High School Takeover” practice O
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Bears practice notebook: Takeaways from “High School Takeover” practice O

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n Wednesday Blue Anthony Miller Jersey , the Chicago Bears took part in their annual Varsity Bears High School Takeover practice, in which they hold a practice open to the public at a high school’s varsity football stadium. This year, the practice took place at Vernon Hills High School. I was fortunate enough to be able to make the drive up there to attend it. Here are some of my takeaways from the practice.Since my Twitter account is locked, I was unable to tweet live updates from my personal account. However, the nice folks at Full Press Coverage allowed me to use their Bears account for the night to tweet out videos and updates of happenings from the night. All of my tweets from the practice, as well as the other Bears-related tweets that they have, can be found here.If there’s one player in particular who stood out from the practice, it’s Michael Joseph. The undrafted cornerback more than held his own in one-on-one drills, and was consistently able to shut down Anthony Miller - arguably the best route runner on the team - whenever they paired up. The former Dubuque standout has had a good preseason, and he could possibly be a candidate to sneak onto the 53-man roster.Even though Miller failed to do much against Joseph, he still had a fantastic practice in his own right. All of the athleticism, route running prowess, and the improved hands that he displayed at training camp were showcased last night. He has been able to consistently separate against Chicago’s defensive backs, which is an encouraging sign of things to come from the rookie.Mitchell Trubisky didn’t have a terrible day, but he didn’t have a noteworthy day either. He under threw a couple of deep balls in one-on-one drills, but he was able to showcase athleticism and accuracy in many other drills. One can’t truly draw conclusions from a singular practice, so his issues with deep ball placement aren’t necessarily anything to worry about.After having taken a majority of his snaps in recent practices at center, rookie James Daniels didn’t have a single rep at the position. Instead, he played primarily at left guard, which is where he will presumably start at some point early in the regular season. He was also placed momentarily at left tackle in one-on-one defensive line drills, but that was more of a placeholder role as players like Eric Kush and Cody Whitehair got most of the interior repetitions.Speaking of the center position, Whitehair and Trubisky ran a snapping drill isolated from the rest of the team while offensive backups took reps in a scrimmage. Whitehair snapped the ball out of the shotgun to Trubisky, who would then make a quick dump off to one of the receivers participating in the drill. Whitehair has had his fair share of issues with shotgun snaps Blue Aaron Lynch Jersey , but he didn’t have a truly bad snap at any point in the practice.I was able to attend training camp back near the end of July, and I must say that the offense that the Bears ran on Wednesday was more creative than what I saw in Bourbonnais. There were a handful of plays that saw players going in motion and there were several options run too. The most interesting set-up, though, was easily the Bears’ two-quarterback set. Both Trubisky and Chase Daniel lined up in the backfield, with Daniel taking the snap. He faked one handoff before giving it another back, while Trubisky played as a decoy. Although the offense wasn’t entirely out of its vanilla stage yet, there were more than a few flashes of what head coach Matt Nagy has in mind.Kyle Fuller wasn’t able to truly stand out during training camp, and this practice was no exception. He didn’t make any impressive plays in coverage, and he got beat by Allen Robinson during a one-on-one drill despite Fuller having grabbed onto Robinson well past five yards beyond the line of scrimmage. The Bears will be relying on him to be their top cornerback this year, so he will need to step up once the regular season comes around.Jordan Howard had a drop on a screen pass in scrimmage, but his hands were otherwise reliable for most of practice. He didn’t drop a single pass when he served as the lone receiver in quarterback agility drills early on, displaying the improved stickiness that he also flashed in training camp. He could face an even more prominent role in Chicago’s offense if he shows up as a receiving option out of the backfield in 2018.Roquan Smith was at practice, participated in some positional drills, and showed up in the full helmet, jersey and shorts. But the rookie linebacker, who is dealing with minor hamstring tightness, was inactive for the rest of practice. He worked with coaches and jogged a bit along the sidelines while his teammates were working on team drills. It’s better to be safe than sorry with Smith, who is unlikely to play in Saturday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs.Since I know that you all read these articles for the latest in special teams news, new Bears long snapper Tanner Carew practiced snapping on the sidelines to Ryan Winslow. For the most part, Carew’s snaps seemed to be up to par with those of Patrick Scales. Although Scales’ snaps did seem to be slightly faster. Neither long snapper had issues with snap placement. Scales is probably the favorite to win a roster spot at the moment, Carew could certainly give him a run for his money.Leonard Floyd was spotted on the sidelines with a cast on his right hand, on which he recently had surgery after fracturing it against the Denver Broncos. With him out, the Bears’ less-heralded edge rushers got the chance to shine in practice last night. Unfortunately for them http://www.authenticschicagobears.com/cheap-nick-kwiatkoski-jersey , nobody did. In both individual drills and team drills, no player off the edge stood out. None of them were particularly bad per se, but nobody made any impact plays during the night.I don’t like to end these types of articles on a low note, so I’ll say that this was an overall solid practice for the Bears. The offense had more than its fair share of big plays, while the defense was able to hold its own. As they head into Saturday’s dress rehearsal matchup against the Chiefs, there is more than enough intrigue regarding which players step up in their first home preseason game of the year.Jacob Infante is a Chicago Bears writer at SB Nation’s Windy City Gridiron. He is also an NFL Draft writer at USA Today SMG’s Draft Wire. He can be reached through Twitter (when it works again) @jacobinfante24 or emailed at jacobinfante1208@gmail.com. BEAR DOWN, CHICAGO BEARS, BEAR DOWN!!!!BEARRRSSSSDickerson: Quiet Khalil Mack shows how important he is to Chicago Bears’ success - Chicago Bears- ESPN - An ankle injury didn’t sideline Mack, who spent most of his day dropping back in coverage. But it raises more questions about his health going forward.When Needed Most, Leonard Floyd Has Been Missing in Action. But There’s Still Time - Da Bears Blog - If ever there was a time the Bears needed Leonard Floyd to prove he was worth the ninth overall pick in the 2016 draft, it is right now.Emma: For Bears’ Mitchell Trubisky, There’s A Lesson In One Ugly Play - 670 The Score - Matt Nagy has implored Mitchell Trubisky to learn from a risky goal-line throw.Emma: Bears’ Adam Shaheen Nearing Return From Injured Reserve - 670 The Score - Shaheen has been sidelined with a foot/ankle injury since August.Gabriel: Should Bears Be Concerned About Their Defense? - 670 The Score - Chicago’s defense was great through four weeks and since has been shredded.5@5: Is Nagy Yanking Chains In Complimenting Trubisky? - 670 The Score - The Mully & Haugh crew debates a five-pack of questions every weekday.Finley: Jordan Howard says Bears can fix run game with time - Chicago Sun-Times - Howard — who is averaging only 3.5 yards per attempt, No. 41 among qualified rushers — said that the problem is more a matter of execution than schemeWiederer & Campbell: If Khalil Mack isn't fully healthy and productive, where does that leave the Bears defense against the Jets and Sam Darnold? - Chicago Tribune - Khalil Mack's production has dropped off after a scorching September, and it's no coincidence he's playing through a sprained right ankle. Assuming Mack needs time to return to full health, where does that leave a Bears defense that has been ordinary in back-to-back losses?Campbell: 5 observations from rewatching Bears-Patriots, including Mitch Trubisky's repeated mistake and Khalil Mack in coverage - Chicago Tribune - Khalil Mack in pass coverage and Mitch Trubisky's missed throws are two of the five observations from re-watching the Bears' 38-31 loss to the Patriots.Rosenbloom: Looks like it’s time for the Bears to sit injured Khalil Mack - Chicago Tribune - The Bears have a decision to make: Is the percentage of Khalil Mack they’re getting now better than 100 percent of a lesser player who can run in coverage and at least fake rushing the quarterback?Film review: Why wasn't Khalil Mack an effective pass rusher against the Patriots? - NBC Sports Chicago - Khalil Mack didn't record a sack and barely pressured Tom Brady over the course of the Bears' loss to the Patriots on Sunday.Perez: Chicago Bears should shop Leonard Floyd at trade deadline - Bears Wire - The Chicago Bears should look to trade former first-round pick Leonard Floyd at the 2018 NFL trade deadlineChalk Talk: Why didn’t Bears throw Hail Mary at end of first half? - ChicagoBears.com - Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses why the Bears didn’t throw a Hail Mary at the end of the first half, why the Bears dropped their outside linebackers into pass coverage so much Sunday and if the officials missed a penalty on the Patriots’ kickoff returLunch With Larry: 10.23.18 - ChicagoBears.com - Bears Senior Writer Larry Mayer discusses the Bears' defensive attack, offensive strategy and what improvements the team needs to make to bounce back against the Jets.Medina: Trey Burton's Breakout Performance Against the Patriots Shouldn't Go Unnoticed - Bleacher Nation - Trey Burton's big day was a long time coming.POLISH SAUSAGEDerek Carr responds to report about locker room strife - NFL.com - Amid rumors of possibly being traded and internal conflict with his Oakland teammates, quarterback Derek Carr took to social media Tuesday to reaffirm his desire to play for the Raiders.Giants trade former first-round CB Eli Apple to Saints - NFL.com - Eli Apple is leaving the Big Apple. The often-maligned former first-round cornerback was traded from the New York Giants to the New Orleans Saints, NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported.KNOW THY ENEMYNFL Week 8 power rankings roundup: Detroit Lions still have a lot to prove - Pride Of Detroit - Despite winning three of their last four, the Lions still haven’t made national analysts believe in them.Minnesota Vikings vs New York Jets 37-17 game recap, three takeaways - Daily Norseman - The Vikes have won three straight? You betcha’!Aaron Rodgers Injury Update: Packers QB did not practice on Tuesday of week 8 - Acme Packing Company - Don’t push the panic button Youth Jordan Howard Jersey , though. This is consistent with his trends in practice over the past few weeks.Broncos “will look into” Chad Kelly arrest and “make a decision” – ProFootballTalk - The Broncos released a boilerplate statement about quarterback Chad Kelly's arrest for criminal trespassing on Tuesday and General Manager John Elway had a bit more to say during an appearance on Orange & Blue 760 later in the day.IN CASE YOU MISSED IT ON WINDY CITY GRIDIRONZeglinski: The Chicago Bears’ outside linebackers are cornerbacks now - Windy City Gridiron - To combat the Patriots and Tom Brady, Vic Fangio had his pass rushers curiously drop back aplenty. A number and note that’s quite strange.Householder's Stock up, stock down: Chicago Bears-New England Patriots - Windy City Gridiron - The Bears are back at .500 but all is not lost...or is it?Wiltfong's NFL Power Rankings: Where will the last place Bears fall? - Windy City Gridiron - We take our weekly look around the NFL Power Rankings to find out what the national analysts think about the Chicago Bears.Householder's Ten Thoughts on the 2018 NFL, Chicago Bears, Patrick Mahomes, Trubisky - Windy City Gridiron - Your regularly scheduled writer needed a break, so you’re stuck with me.WCG CONTRIBUTORS BEARS PODCASTS & STREAMS2 Minute Drill - Website - iTunes - Andrew Link; Steven’s Streaming – Twitch – Steven Schweickert; T-Formation Conversation - Website - iTunes - Lester Wiltfong, Jr.; WCG Radio - Website - iTunes - Robert ZeglinskiTHE RULESWindy City Gridiron Community Guidelines - SBNation.com - We strive to make our communities open and inclusive to sports fans of all backgrounds. 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