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The Chicago Bears are making notable progress on both sides of the ball two weeks into training camp, looking to build momentum with their Week 1 clash against the Green Bay Packers a little more than a month away.

The Bears will hold three open practices this week at Halas Hall before hosting the Tennessee Titans in their preseason opener Saturday at Soldier Field.

The quest to establish an identity continues, and coach Matt Eberflus is looking to determine the team’s elite competitors.

The first 10 practices of camp have given players a chance to showcase their best skills. Here are five key traits of five Bears who have made an impression over the past two weeks.

Moore’s final catch of a productive Family Fest practice Sunday came on a back-shoulder ball in the back of the end zone from Justin Fields, the latest example of the Bears’ top receiver remaining in sync with his young quarterback.

Moore set up the catch with the route he ran against safety Elijah Hicks, using his graceful ability to stop abruptly and snare a pass the defense had no chance to make a play on.

“A faith ball,” Moore said. “We were on the same page.”

Moore’s chemistry with Fields was almost instant when the duo began working together in the spring and has continued to grow.

During another encouraging sequence Sunday, Moore helped the first-team offense convert a third-and-long situation during 11-on-11 work when he sat down inside a zone coverage, caught a pass short of the sticks, then pivoted and split two defenders to pick up the first down.