Tuesday morning seemed like a good time to talk. The new offices at Halas Hall felt like the proper place.
Two days after he broke camp in Bourbonnais by saying the Bears had “hit their limit of testing” their offensive playbook and would “pull back a little bit,” coach Matt Nagy wanted to check in with quarterback Mitch Trubisky.
“We had a really good talk [Tuesday] morning in regards to, ‘You can kind of pull back, now that we’re in our own territory, our own offices … ” Nagy said Tuesday. “I get to kind of hear how he thinks things went and he can hear how I think things went, where are we going with this thing collectively — because that’s what it’s all about.