Found May 11, 2013 on Bears Claws:
PLAYERS: Kyle Long
TEAMS: Chicago Bears
First-round draft choice Kyle Long demonstrated the athletic skills that prompted the Chicago Bears to spend the 20th pick on him during his first official Bears practice. Long and 59 other players, a collection of Bears rookies, first-year players, undrafted college free agents, and approximately 33 “tryout” players went through the paces under the watchful eye of first-year Bears coach [...]
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