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Former Chicago Bears defensive lineman Tommie Harris was charged with indecent exposure, urinating in public and threatening a police officer early Tuesday morning in Chicago. Harris was arrested after he was caught urinating outside a bar in the Wrigleyville section of the city and then becoming confrontational with an officer who approached him, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. Harris, 29, is not on an NFL roster this season. He last played for the San Diego Chargers a year ago after the Bears released him in early 2011. A court date was set for Oct. 27.
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