Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 11/18/14
Chicago Bears 2011 first-round draft pick offensive lineman Gabe Carimi wasn’t in attendance at Halas when the team began organized team activities on Monday, according to Jeff Dickerson of ESPNChicago. Carimi was the only eligible player not on the field for the only mandatory portion of the Bears' offseason program. It was the first of 10 OTAs, and it's unclear if Carimi will attend Tuesday. There is growing speculation that Carimi could be released as he hasn’t lived up to the Bears expectations as a first round pick. Dickerson writes: According to multiple sources, Carimi hasn't been with the team since he participated in the club's voluntary three-day minicamp held from April 16-18. Following the conclusion of the minicamp, Carimi informed the Bears he planned to skip the second phase of the Bears' offseason program that included individual on-field work and positional meetings in favor of returning to Arizona to continue his offseason training.  
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  • Gabe Carimi is about to get a reality check, he thinks that Trestmant is like Lovie Smith and he'll say that's ok your excused. Well it'sn not going to work that way with Trestman. Gabe Carimi is about to get launch. He feels that he has better things to do. What Gabe Carimi didn't figure is all the money he is going to lose. I don't think there is an NFL unemployment line. When a player thinks that he is bigger than the team he is asking for trouble and Gabe Carimi just found it. The Bears are saying "Happy Trals to you we won't be seeing you again".
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