The Chicago Bears front-office is pretty impressed with the changes and improvements at Olivet Nazarene University.
Summer camp opened today (Friday) and members of the front-office made their rounds to see improvements to the training site.
Senior director of business development, Brian McCaskey, said the organization is "proud" to call Bourbonnais and ONU its summer home through at least 2022.
The latest changes on campus center around the recently renovated locker room, which tripled in size and included updated training facilities and the reconditioning of two of the four practice fields.
The remaining two fields will undergo the same process this fall.
McCaskey said. "It's nice to see the improvements and how they meet the players and coaches' needs. McCaskey said "look around, it looks like all these great fans like it too."