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Chicago Bears training camp 2014: July 31 practice recap plus a Bear-Bonnais infographic

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So far the Chicago Bears are undefeated during Training Camp! Here's the recap on this morning's festivities, plus a neat interactive map developed by Olivet Nazarene to show the path each Bear took to Bourbonnais.

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Before we get into today's training camp recap we wanted to know which one of our readers have traveled the furthest to attend Chicago Bears training camp in Bourbonnais. If you've made it out to Olivet Nazarene University this year for camp let us know how far you had to travel.

For those of you wondering just how far the 90 Chicago players and coaches had to travel to not only become Bears, but to attend camp in Bourbonnais, you can check out this neat infographic that was developed by Olivet Nazarene. To see each path taken, just click on the name.

Now we'll get down to the nitty-gritty.

Even though Kyle Long was cleared to return to practice following his viral infection, he'll need to condition for a couple days before he can get the pads on and hit someone.

With Long out and Eben Britton missing with a hamstring injury (day to day) , it was Brian de le Puente getting first team reps at right guard.

Cornerback Tim Jennings (quad) was participating at practice and safety Danny McCray began practice with the first string again. Head coach Marc Trestman felt the good work put in by McCray in camp so far warranted some time with the ones. McCray had 10 starts during his time in Dallas, so he's not without experience.

Now on to some tweets...

Matt Forte dropped a 3rd ball moments after the WRs dropped theirs...

Kind of a quiet day from the Bears' beat writers. I wonder if someone was distracting them?