Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! Sorry didn't know they were practicing yesterday: http://www.hubarkush.com/2013/08/11/bears-training-camp-notebook-august-11/a6doeno/ Bears Training-Camp Notebook: August 11 By KEVIN FISHBAIN - email@example.com - Sunday, August 11, 2013 6:59 p.m. CDT In addition to seeing a different look up front on the offensive line during Sunday's practice, we saw some players getting reps with different units because of injuries. Here's a look at the rest of the news and notes from the first practice back after Friday's preseason debut. Infirmary update: Earl Bennett was not present at practice. Trestman said he is still day-to-day after suffering a concussion, but that it is lingering. Julius Peppers returned to the field but was limited. Joe Anderson missed practice with a shoulder injury, Patrick Trahan was excused for personal reasons and Armando Allen injured his hamstring in practice. Corey Wootton was limited to individual drills. Harvey Unga, D.J. Williams, Patrick Mannelly, Jonathan Scott and Henry Melton were also all held out of practice because of injuries. Harvey Unga, D.J. Williams, Patrick Mannelly, Jonathan Scott and Henry Melton were also all held out of practice because of injuries. Moving on up: The injuries have allowed other players to move up a team to get reps. Undrafted rookie Damontre Hurst got work as a second-team nickel, Devin Aromashodu ran some plays with the first team as the No. 3 wide receiver and Cheta Ozougwu made some noise during a few snaps as a first-team defensive end. Record crowd: Officials at Olivet Nazarene University estimated a record of more than 15,000 Bears fans came out for the final weekend practice at training camp in Bourbonnais. That is over 3,000 more than the previous mark. Quick hits: General Manager Phil Emery kept a close eye on the trenches during pass-rush drills. ... Rookie Cornelious Washington received praise from coaches for stopping the run during team drills. ... The practice was at its usual up-tempo pace, but it was also louder in terms of the players making calls and checks at the line. ... Isaiah Frey collected yet another interception, this one on a tipped ball as the offense worked near the goal line. Jay Cutler rallied on the next two plays, though, throwing back-to-back touchdowns to Martellus Bennett. ... James Anderson almost made the play of camp, but he couldn't corral what would have been a one-handed interception on a pass intended for Bennett in the endzone.