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1 day ago Bears place tight end Gerald Everett on the NFI list
Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images The Bears make a couple of roster moves on the eve of their first practice. The Chicago Bears reported to Halas Hall for training camp today, and as usual, there were a handful of roster moves. Tight end Gerald Everett was played on the Non-Football Injury list, joining rookie offensive lineman Kiran Amegadjie, who was placed on the list on Wednesday. The NFI list is for players who sustained an injury away from club facilities. Players did their conditioning test today, so whatever ails Everett likely prevented him from the workout. The Bears will hold their first full team camp practice tomorrow. The Bears also removed rookie defensive lineman Jamree Kromah from the Physically Unable to Perform list today. Kromah was put on the PUP list on Wednesday, with what general manager Ryan Poles said was a “small” finger surgery this offseason. Poles met the media earlier today but gave no timetable for Amegadjie’s return, nor did he mention Everett’s injury. We'll update this article if any other roster moves are made today.
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1 day ago Which player in Chicago Bears history do you remember but no one else does?
Stephen Paea - combine superstar We all might struggle remembering to pick eggs up at the grocery store or what floor we parked on...but we all remember one Bears player nobody else does. One of the true joys of being a fan of one of the oldest franchises in American sports is being able to lean over to your buddy during a lull in the conversation and ask, “You remember Sidney ‘Sunshine’ Gepford? He had to have been the best halfback in the league in 1919!” Throughout the Chicago Bears' 104-year history, thousands of players have represented the Navy and Orange, with many of them being memorable to all of us. Names like Urlacher, Nagurski, Ditka, Hester, Butkus, and Payton are hard to forget. However, there is bound to be someone in the Bears' storied history that we all latched on to for one reason or another. For me, there is one guy that I remember clear as day, and am hard pressed to believe many others do: Stephen Paea. Now, if you remember Paea for his contributions on the football field - good for you. In fact, Paea’s career was a respectable one. He played seven seasons finding a home in Chicago, Washington, Cleveland, and Dallas, racking up 14 sacks and 24 TFL along the way. These are the types of stats that keep you on rosters but rarely get you noticed by a fanbase. However, it was never Paea’s football career that made him memorable - it was his NFL combine performance. Paea, a DT out of Oregon St., was being mocked as a mid-round prospect due to modest production, an undersized frame, and an injury history. Paea’s stock skyrocketed after posting a combine record - which still stands today - of 49 reps of 225 lbs. on the bench press. The Bears - long enamored with prospects who do freakishly athletic non-football things (*cough cough* Jarron Gilbert *cough cough*) - took him at 53rd overall, and the rest is history. Now it’s your turn - which player in franchise history do you remember but no one else does?
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