Chicago Bears: Midway Through Bourbonnais, Some Bears Have Made a Stand

August 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Bears reached the halfway point of their Bourbonnais portion of training camp with plenty of surprises, considering the veteran status of their roster.
Some players who figured prominently into this year's plans have begun to slip. Others buried on the roster and seemingly clinging to a spot have dramatically risen to the top.
Here is first-person assessment of what's happened so far in Bourbonnais.
Turning heads
Guard Lance Louis hardly had his name mentioned in organized team activities, but offensive line coach Mike Tice put him in the starting lineup and moved six-year Bears starting right guard Roberto Garza to left guard just to make room. Louis has hit the weight room and beefed up to 305 pounds of muscle, while showing the agility to pull and block. Wide receiver Devin Aromashodu has taken advantage of the groin injury suffered by Devin Hester and done everything asked of him. While it's unlikely he could dislodge Hester, who is though...

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