--It was Chris Williams' turn to work with the first unit on Sunday, as the battle for left tackle between he and J'Marcus Webb continued to play out. While Webb clearly won Round 1 on Saturday night, both looked good in the one-on-one drills, as well as seven-on-sevens. Then again, Julius Peppers was given a light workload on Sunday, so it wasn't like either was pushed.
--First-round pick Shea McClellin struggled at defensive end, and not just against the likes of Williams, Webb and Gabe Carimi. He was getting worked by the likes of second-teamer James Brown and third-teamer Tyler Hendrickson.
''I like everything he's done,'' coach Lovie Smith said of McClellin. ''He's done everything we've asked him to do. As a defensive lineman playing in the league, there's a lot for him to learn. First off, just being a physical player on the tight end. But he's going to earn his money based n what he does rushing the passer. He's got a long ways to go.''
--In the one-on-one drills with the defensive backs and receivers it was a one-sided showing in favor of the guys that are paid to catch the ball. But then there was Kelvin Hayden. He was the one DB that stepped up, locking down Brandon Marshall so tightly on one rep that Jay Cutler didn't even throw the football. When Marshall's turn came around, he yelled for Hayden to get back out there and cover him, even though it wasn't Hayden's turn. Unfortunately, the horn ended the drill before Round 2 could take place.
--Monday might be an off day for the players, but head coach Lovie Smith made it very clear that he and his coaching staff don't fall under those same CBA rules. Figure it to be a long work day for the staff, as they go over film from the first two days in pads.