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Could Kevin White start the season on the PUP list and other Chicago Bears training camp nuggets

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After having a number of special guests attended Chicago Bears' training camp yesterday, today saw the NFL Network's Michael Irvin and musclebound referee Ed Hochuli (and crew) attend camp.

We'll just get this one out of the way early...

For those of you counting, the Bears are undefeated so far this offseason.

Rookie wide out Kevin White remains on the PUP list, but he spent a 2nd consecutive day chatting it up with an NFL All Time Great.

Some are getting concerned about White's status, but a quick check of WebMd says that a recovery time of "3 to 6 months is not unusual" for shin splints. Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network says there's a real possibility that White begins the season on the PUP list.

If the Bears are being extra cautious with their 1st round investment, then so be it. There's no need to rush the 23 year old back to the field.

Chicago GM Ryan Pace says that White could begin some light running next week and head coach John Fox says that White has "no symptoms" at this time.

Other Bears not practicing today;

T/G Michael Ola hurt his knee yesterday and will be out about a week according to head coach John Fox.

QB David Fales remains out, but he's about a week away according to Fox.

DE Ego Ferguson was excused for personal reasons, with reports having him at LSU today.

Rookie tackle Tayo Fabuluje left practice early again with an asthma issue.

OLB Willie Young, who has been limited, is now starting to participate in team drills. Here's Young putting in some individual work.

After struggling much of the day yesterday, these Tweets about the offense were good to see.

I'll admit, I had to Google fleek. I had no idea Kevin Fishbain was so hip.

This camp has been much more physical than in years past.

Thomas has an outside shot at sticking on the roster because at 6'1", 235 pounds, he gives the offense a different dimension.

And we may as well end this recap on a positive note from FOX Sports' Jay Glazer.

What are some of your training camp thoughts so far?

* And on a side note, if any of you guys at training camp happen to snap a good quality picture, tweet them along to us. The pictures we have available to us are in small supply.