Found January 21, 2013 on Bears Claws:
TEAMS: Chicago Bears
General Manager Phil Emery, new head coach Marc Trestman, and the Chicago Bears scouting department are settling into Mobile, Alabama this week for the annual Senior Bowl practices. Already, the Bears staff is sequestered in a downtown hotel, conducting interviews with many of the top seniors participating in the annual all-star classic. . Actual heights/weights are collected, and often differ [...]

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