The Chicago Bears are starting to amp things up at training camp and we'll get a look at the Bears' hopefully improved offense.
When it comes to offense, everybody wants a piece of the action including safety Eddie Jackson.
Jackson publically challenged head coach Matt Nagy a couple of days ago saying he wants to be used on the offensive side of the ball.
"I feel like he knows this already. All I need are 2 or 3 plays. If I mess up, you can take out the packages, but I doubt it."
With Nagy meeting with the media today, he had the chance to respond publicly to Jackson's request.
"He's going to play the Zebra receiver and we're just going to let teams prepare for him there."
Responding to Eddie Jackson's desire to get some snaps on offense, Matt Nagy says: "He's going to play the Zebra receiver and we're just going to let teams prepare for him there."
— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) August 12, 2020