VIDEO: Matt Bowen Breaks Down Bears Training Camp, Gives Praise To TE Evan Rodriguez

The Chicago Bears won't have a full-pads practice at training camp until Saturday night, but Matt Bowen of the Chicago Tribune and National Football Post took the time to break down the early action from the first two days and set up some things to watch as camp progresses. With plenty of hype surrounding Jay Culter and Brandon Marshall, Bowen made an early point of saying that it's important to aim for big impressions before full pads go on and offensive players are forced to deal with some physicality from the defense. Still, he did mention that rookie tight end Evan Rodriguez has been very impressive early in camp and that he could emerge as a weapon during the year.

Here is the entire interview, via CSN-Chicago:

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