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The Chicago Bears held a low-intensity, non-padded practice Tuesday morning at Halas Hall, working back into the groove of training camp as they turn their attention to Saturday’s preseason opener against the Tennessee Titans at Soldier Field.

Here’s the rundown of all that happened on the field Tuesday as well as what was said during interviews at Halas Hall.

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Admittedly, it was a slow morning in Lake Forest. That opened the door for an end-of-practice, 11-on-11 session to qualify as one of the day’s bigger developments.

In an end-of-game, two-minute situation, the first-team offense took possession at midfield with 55 seconds remaining, needing a field goal to win.

The result: Quarterback Justin Fields and Co. got it done, gaining 18 yards in seven plays to set up a 50-yard Cairo Santos kick as time expired.

The offense showed encouraging resilience in overcoming an offensive pass interference penalty against tight end Cole Kmet on the first snap and, later, a 9-yard sack by Rasheem Green.

Fields completed three passes, including a brilliant 17-yard dart over the middle to rookie Tyler Scott to convert on third-and-17 with 14 seconds remaining. His final completion was an 8-yarder to DJ Moore inbounds with no timeouts. Fields hurried the offense to the line of scrimmage and clocked the football with 0.6 seconds remaining.

“That’s what it’s all about,” Kmet said. “That’s the difference in the NFL. You have to be able to execute in those moments.”

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Special teams coordinator Richard Hightower was most pleased with how organized the coaching staff was during that sequence. Coach Matt Eberflus, offensive coordinator Luke Getsy, director of research and analysis Harry Fried and Hightower all communicated as the series evolved.

“Flus is a phenomenal and outstanding communicator on that headset,” Hightower said. “He’s already talking about that moment before the drive starts. We always feel prepared.”