After exiting the Bears' first training camp practice Thursday with what he described as "a little stomach bug," first-round pick Leonard Floyd hopes to be back on the field Friday.
After upgrading their front seven in free agency and the draft, the Bears are hoping to make major strides on defense this season.
On their first day of training camp Wednesday, the Bears signed defensive back Brandon Boykin and receiver B.J. Daniels.
After sitting out the Bears offseason program while recovering from knee surgery, outside linebacker Pernell McPhee will open training camp on the physically-unable-to-perform list.