Chicago Bears release 2024 training camp reporting dates and location

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It's official. The Chicago Bears' 2024 Training Camp start date was released on Tuesday, and Bears fans know when to expect their social media timelines to be full of new Bears content once again.

There's still some time from then until now, but with the reporting dates released, there's a light at the end of the tunnel.

Chicago Bears' 2024 Training Camp dates released

For Bears fans who care most to see the rookies in training camp this year, that date is a few days earlier than the veterans, as there's a bit more for the rookies to acclimate to than the veterans.

The Chicago Bears will be holding their 2024 training camp at the PNC Center at Halas Hall, as the team no longer has its training camp in Bourbonnais, IL.



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With Chicago gaining a new offensive coordinator in Shane Waldron, it's probably a smart decision to have the rookies get to camp early, as they'll be building on what they learned in OTAs this offseason while getting their footing on what an NFL offseason looks like.

That's especially true for the highly touted rookie Caleb Williams and his rookie receiver Rome Odunze. This pair is the duo that's supposed to skyrocket this Chicago Bears offense, and with a few extra days to work with each other and the rookies at training camp, there's a strong belief that these two will flourish together.

However, with incoming veterans such as Keenan Allen and Kevin Byard, there's a need for them to also hit the ground running once they get to minicamp a few days later.

Keenan Allen will be a major part of the offense this upcoming season, as he'll be a veteran leader alongside D.J. Moore in a passing offense that looks to make leaps from last year. With a trio of Keenan Allen, D.J. Moore, and Rome Odunze, the Bears have a wide receiver trio that could challenge some of the best secondaries in the league.

Safety Kevin Byard looks to replace Eddie Jackson, who was an offseason loss, and Byard joins a secondary that will challenge even the best of receivers next season.

All of this hopeful success starts with a strong training camp, which takes off in about a month at Halas Hall.