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    Wootton hip injury, will be re-evaluated.
     
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    Geezus, this pisses me off. Can this guy stay healthy ever??
     
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    Ya the Wootton thing hurts if it's serious. He had a breakout year last year and was putting on a clinic in camp this year to boot. The team NEEDS him.
     
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    Absolutely. A serious injury to Wooten would be a major defensive blow. And he has a history of not being able to stay healthy. You rarely see Peppers or Tillman or Briggs out but Corey Wooten seems to get hurt whenever the wind blows the wrong direction.
     
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    To be fair Wootton had no issues until the Alamo Bowl when he tore the hell out of his knee, both acl and mcl, one of them right off the bone, and it took two years to fully recover, last year was that 3rd year and he was fine.

    What the hell is w/the hip and calf inj's this year in camp? Marshal hip inj(off season surg I know) and now Wooton, and Bushrod and DJWill w/calf inj's.
     
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    http://www.windycitygridiron.com/2013/8/1/4578500/chicago-bears-training-camp-8-1-recap-august-1st

    Chicago Bears Training Camp: 8/1 Recap
    By Lester A. Wiltfong Jr.@wiltfongjr on Aug 1 2013, 12:15p +

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    Chicago Bears Training Camp was chugging along this morning from Bourbonnais, and we've got a recap of all the pertinent info.
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    It was a beautiful day at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, IL, for the Chicago Bears to continue Camp Trestman, and they did so with a few players on the sideline.
    Middle linebacker D.J. Williams remains in a walking boot to protect his strained calf. Starting left tackle Jermon Bushrod is out of his walking boot, but not practicing. Defensive end Jamaal Anderson still has a sore knee, as does tackle Jonathan Scott. Lance Briggs is sitting out today, although there doesn't appear to be any injury, just a veteran day off. Tim Jennings was also absent, after being excused yesterday for personal reasons, he was excused again today.
    With Bushrod and Scott still out, Eben Britton started the day at left tackle with the ones, but he didn't stay there. He eventually flipped over to the right side, and -- JWEBB Nation revoice! -- J'Marcus Webb was getting some reps in at left tackle. In more O-Line news, Kyle Long again had reps with the starters at RG, fellow rookie Jordan Mills was working with the twos at RT, and Taylor Boggs was playing center with the twos.
    With Briggs sitting out, James Anderson shifted to the weak side OLB, and Blake Costanzo started at the Sam.
    Corey Wootton was taken to the locker room at one point to have hip hip looked at. With Wootton missing reps, Shea McClellin spent more time with the ones.
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    What are some of your camp thoughts so far?
     
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    Cheesus, I hope Wooton doesn't get put on ST again, he'll get dinged up for sure.
     
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    2 years ago in TC he was supposed to be "ready" and dumbshit Lovie has him covering kicks in a preseason game. He re-injures his knee and there went that year.
     
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    I'm not worried about these injuries, yet, but maybe explosive training is a thing of the past for a reason. Every team seems to be gearing toward preventative training and we go the "outsmart the world" route, yet again.
     
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    Makes sense for the Bushrod and Williams injuries, but from the little I've read on Wootton's injury it sounds like more of an impact injury than straining/pulling/tearing something.
     
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