2013 NFL Combine: Bears Prospect Updates from Day 1 and 2

February 24, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

We're just two days into the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine, but a few developments can be of interest to Chicago Bears fans.
Of course, Saturday was the day we got to watch offensive-line drills—a position many think should be a high priority for the team.
We'll assume that both Texas A&M tackle Luke Joeckel and Central Michigan's Eric Fisher will be long gone by the time the Bears pick, and we'll focus instead on some of the late first rounders.
Lane Johnson had a great day and really showed why he's been considered a fringe first rounder since the beginning. His positional drills were outstanding, and there were few moments where he didn't dominate the other tackles.
With the Bears picking at No. 20, Johnson should be in play assuming he continues to keep his momentum up post combine and if the coaches likes what they see on film—and I'd imagine they would.
Another tackle who stood out and will make everyone go back to the film room was Arkansas-P...

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