Veteran safety Chris Harris missed some practice time, and he hasn't made very many notable plays.
But he was dialed in Wednesday afternoon.
Harris intercepted two passes, and he defended at least one other.
The Bears traded for Harris and hope that his veteran presence will stabilize a secondary that struggled in 2009.
Harris didn't do much to stand out earlier in camp, but he also had a strong night Tuesday, with an interception of Jay Cutler.
He wasn't alone, though. Al Afalava and Josh Bullocks also had interceptions.
Other notes and thoughts from today's practice:
* Cutler had a second consecutive shaky practice. But, like Tuesday night, Cutler made some outstanding plays, as well. He hit several receivers for huge gains, including running back Matt Forte, tight end Greg Olsen and receiver Devin Hester. But, his most impressive connection was with Johnny Knox, inside the red-zone. Cutler rifled a pass toward the right, front pylon, and Knox reached toward the sideline and brought the ball in, with cornerback Charles Tillman right on him.
* Caleb Hanie continues to perform well, and his most notable pass was to Desmond Clark on the left side of the end zone.
* It wasn't a physical practice, since the players were not wearing pads.
* Danieal Manning was able to return to practice, which is important since rookie Major Wright has made several notable plays in his absence.