Found July 17, 2012 on Bears Claws:
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  Former Florida State running back Lorenzo Booker, once a high pick of the Miami Dolphins, inked a one-year deal with the Chicago Bears Tuesday, giving the team added depth at the position a day after stalwart Matt Forte agreed to a long-term contract. Booker was the Dolphins third round choice in 2007 (71st overall). He spent the last two [...]
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