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Roquan Smith's intangibles leave strong first impression at Bears rookie minicamp

Every event on the Bears calendar this year offers some type of first for Matt Nagy, who had never been a head coach before being hired in January. The learning experiences continue to come in quick succession, the latest being the three-day rookie minicamp that ended Sunday.

"The biggest thing is sometimes it can test your frustration because the details aren't perfect," Nagy said. "But you have to expect

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