Tillman drops, then drops for push-ups

CHICAGO -- Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman took it back to training camp, after dropping a near interception on Seattle’s opening possession of the second half.

With his team leading 21-0, Tillman broke on a Matt Hasselbeck pass intended for Mike Williams, nearly intercepting it with 12:22 remaining in the quarter.

As punishment for dropping the pass, Tillman dropped and pumped out push-ups training-camp style as the rest of his teammates ran off the field for the punt-return unit to come on in preparation of Chicago’s second possession of the quarter.

Tillman and safety Chris Harris lead the Bears with five interceptions apiece. The duo tied for 10th in the NFL in regular-season INTs.