WATCH: Bears QB Justin Fields back at work during OTAs

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The Chicago Bears returned to the practice field Tuesday for voluntary workouts on the second day of Organized Team Activities (OTAs).

This is the first time this offseason where veterans and new rookies gather to get some work in. But it wasn’t perfect attendance as defensive ends Robert Quinn and Al-Quadin Muhammad, along with defensive tackle Mario Edwards, headlined the list of no-shows for the voluntary workouts.

Media members were able to take in Tuesday’s practice, and were allowed to share some brief video clips from the action. Not surprisingly, they feature quarterback Justin Fields working with offensive coordinator Luke Getsy and getting some throws in.

The Bears still have eight OTA practices left — May 19, May 23-24, May 26, June 6-7 and June 9. That’s followed up with mandatory minicamp June 14-16, which will be the last official offseason work before they break ahead of training camp in late July.

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