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The Bears are considering benching RT Gabe Carimi for veteran Jonathan Scott. A bottom-10 tackle in Pro Football Focus’ rankings, Carimi got flat out embarrassed by 49ers DE Aldon Smith in Monday night’s loss, getting tossed around like a rag doll. Carimi is less than two years removed from being the No. 29 overall pick, but unless he’s playing injured, there’s simply no excuse for the way he performed in Week 11. A change is likely coming for Week 12. It doesn’t just stop there Bears placed LG Chilo Rachal on the reserve/left squad list. G/T James Brown has been promoted from the practice squad in a corresponding roster move. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Rachal has left the team for “personal reasons.” It’s unclear when, or if, he’ll be back. An eight-game starter this season, Rachal got absolutely toasted in Monday night’s embarrassing loss, and has graded out as the fifth-worst guard in the league by Pro Football Focus. It’s unclear who will step in at left guard, but it’s un
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