"And it’s not always fun," he said, drawing chuckles from the media. "It’s not always good. It’s one of those things it’s like a marriage. I was thinking about that earlier. In any relationship when you take two people from two different relationships and put them together, you butt heads. Sometimes we try to impose our own wills on one another. It’s just natural. ... But once you understand that there’s no right or wrong, it’s just two different people, I think that’s when a relationship gets better. With Jay and I, it’s always some work."
The Bears hit the field for the first practice of training camp on Thursday.
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