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    ***The Chicago Bears will travel to Western Illinois University in Macomb, IL, for three days of practice and a scrimmage against the St. Louis Rams, August 5-7, 2004.



    JULY 28 - AUGUST 20, 2004

    Wednesday, 7/28 - Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Thursday, 7/29 -Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Friday, 7/30 - Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Saturday, 7/31 - Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Sunday, 8/1 - Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Monday, 8/2 - Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Tuesday, 8/3 - Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Wednesday, 8/4 - Morning & Night Practice
    Thursday, 8/5 - Afternoon Practice with Chicago Bears
    Friday, 8/6 - Morning & Afternoon Practices with Chicago Bears
    Saturday, 8/7 - Morning Scrimmage vs. Chicago Bears
    Sunday, 8/8 - NO PRACTICES
    Monday, 8/9 - Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Tuesday, 8/10 - Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Wednesday, 8/11 - Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Friday, 8/13 - NO PRACTICES
    Saturday, 8/14 - Afternoon Practice
    Sunday, 8/15 - Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Monday, 8/16 - Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Tuesday, 8/17 - Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Wednesday, 8/18 - Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Thursday, 8/19 - Morning & Afternoon Practice
    Friday, 8/20 - Morning Practice/BREAK CAMP

    Morning practice usually begins around 8-8:30.
    Afternoon practice usually begins around 3-3:30.

    Both practices are often 1 to 2 hours long.

  • #2
    Re: Rams Macomb Schedule

    Room is booked, bags are packed and in the car, car is run is idling in the driveway.


    • #3
      Re: Rams Macomb Schedule

      Monday 8/16 Orlando Pace shows up for camp.


      • #4
        Re: Rams Macomb Schedule

        Monday 8/16 Orlando Pace shows up for camp.
        You have that writen in stone tx? ;)

        Adm. William "Bull" Halsey


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