Bears bring in 38 for workouts

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  1. The Newsman

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    LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- In addition to all the draft picks and rookie free agents attending rookie minicamp at Halas Hall, the Chicago Bears brought in 38 players for tryouts. Here's the list: K Mitch Ewald, Indiana WR Rashard Smith, N.C. State WR Don Shumpert, Iowa QB Adam Kennedy, Arkansas St. P Tyler Campbell, Mississippi K Mike Meyer, Iowa S Marcus Trice, North Texas S Abdul Smith, Temple RB Senorise Perry, Louisville FB Jeremiah Moeller, Texas-San Antonio DB Kyle Sebetic, Dayton DB Ciante Evans, Nebraska DB Albert Louis-Jean, Boston College S Greg Heban, Indiana S Larry King, Indiana State S Anthony Watkins, Oregon State LB Conor O'Neill, Wisconsin LS Craig Montgomery, Georgetown C F.

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    Can't wait to get first impressions on these guys.
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    yeah I just checked twiiter to see if any thing is starting to spill out as reporters are allowed into camp but not general public. Did not see anything yet.
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    The likelihood of more than two or three of those guys even getting invited to camp in July is pretty slim but nonetheless at least they get some bragging rights to say they once had a tryout with the Bears. I just hope nobody gets injured.

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