(Eds: With AP Photos.) By GENE CHAMBERLAIN Associated Press If it seems like the Chicago Bears have been here before, it's because they have.
On Tuesday, the Bears held their final Bourbonnais training camp workout with two rookies playing the right side of their starting offensive line, and starting middle linebacker D.J. Williams remained out indefinitely with a calf injury. Last year, the Bears completed training camp without starting middle linebacker Brian Urlacher due to a knee injury while their offensive line struggled through a constant state of flux.
Despite the similarities to last year, new coach Marc Trestman has come away from his first Bears camp feeling optimistic about the work done by the team.
''Just the work ethic of the team, I think, was built,'' he said. ''We've got a chance to have a real strong backbone. It won't be the same team as it was last year, but we think it can be better.''
If so, it could be with quarterback Jay Cutler throwing behind rookies K...