Leonard Floyd's first day at Bears training camp didn't go well. He was carted off the field just an hour into practice.

However, the Bears soon clarified it wasn't a significant injury that sidelined the outside linebacker, but rather some sort of sickness.

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Cue a collective sigh of relief from the Bears faithful.

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eather is a balmy 82 degrees (feels like 87) with 65 percent humidity in Bourbonnais, Ill., where the Bears are holding training camp.

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The Bears have also been putting pressure on Floyd to add 20 pounds to his 6-4 frame. When he entered the draft, Floyd weighed 220 pounds.

Chicago drafted Floyd ninth overall this spring after he recorded 17 sacks and 182 tackles during his three-year career at Georgia.