BOURBONNAIS -- The Bears unveiled some new weapons on Thursday, most notably receiver Roy Williams and running back Marion Barber.
But it was a familiar player who stood out: Devin Hester.
During the practice, Hester made an adjustment, noticing that a safety was out of position, and he beat cornerback Tim Jennings down the field and hauled in a pass from Jay Cutler for a 46-yard touchdown. On the sideline, receivers coach Daryl Drake excitedly pointed out how well Hester recognized and executed the play.
"Devin Hester is having an unbelievable - unbelievable - camp," Cutler said.
"Just so much more comfortable in the system," Cutler said of Hester later. "He's not thinking, and in this system, if you think, you're not going to be very effective. He's just out here, he's reacting, and he's running super fast. I'm happy. I think he's happy with where he's at right now."
Hester told the Sun-Times earlier in the week that he welcomed the arrival of Roy Williams. But he said he still believes he can be a major contributor to the Bears offense.
"I just want to make plays," he said. "I just need opportunities."