One more month and the summer “break” begins for NFL teams. Players and coaches can soon go on vacation to tropical locales, and get refreshed for the grind of the season that begins in late July. Unfortunately for the Bears, that period is cut short this year due to commitments in the Hall of Fame game: meaning the team reports to training camp in Bourbonnais a week earlier than usual. From a glass half full perspective, Chicago has more time to freshen up on Matt Nagy’s offense and build chemistry. It just depends on how much everyone values that extra week of relaxation. Until the Bears can get to their much-needed break, they have 12 practices to churn through in May and early next month.