BOURBONNAIS, Ill. -- Every day at Chicago Bears training camp is about the quarterbacks. There is no quarterback controversy -- Mike Glennon is the clear-cut No. 1 -- but plenty of intrigue surrounds Glennon (still a relative unknown), Mark Sanchez (former high-profile starter) and Mitchell Trubisky (No. 2 overall pick of the 2017 NFL draft).
Here's a closer look at their day Monday:
Wow moment: In the Bears' goal-line drill, Glennon fired a strike to Zach Miller for a touchdown. Glennon put the ball close to the ground where only Miller could catch it. Glennon earlier hit Cameron Meredith in stride over the middle during 11-on-11.
Woah moment: The deep ball is still a work-in-progress. Glennon overshot Joshua Bellamy downfield in 7-on-7. The coverage on the play was good, but the first-team offense has left big plays on the field in camp.
For his part, Glennon isn't concerned.
"I feel good about throwing the deep ball well," Glennon said. "I've had plenty of success doing that in my time in the NFL."
Wow moment: The Bourbonnais crowd went wild during Chicago's two-minute drill when Sanchez connected with rookie Tanner Gentry on a deep ball down the ride sideline. Sanchez then finished off the drive with a 6-yard touchdown strike to rookie tight end Adam Shaheen.
Woah moment: Sanchez was picked off by cornerback Johnthan Banks during 11-on-11. The fact Sanchez looked down almost immediately after he threw the football probably tells you all you need to know about the pass. But, overall, Sanchez had a good day.
Wow moment: Trubisky keeps looking good on the move. The rookie rolled to this right -- a common theme in camp -- and completed a pass to second-year tight end Ben Braunecker in the opening team drill. Later in goal line, Trubisky -- moving to his right -- froze the defense long enough to allow Bellamy to get open.