Chicago Bears Still Looking For a Few Good (Rush) Men

August 20, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Bears came out of their Bourbonnais portion of training camp knowing that at the very least, they have defensive line depth.
It all starts with defensive end Julius Peppers, of course. His freakish quickness and athleticism for someone 6'7," 300 pounds has been put on display almost every day of practice.
“There are things he does every day that I will watch film on and I'll be like, ‘God, how does he do that? A guy that size?’ " said linebacker Brian Urlacher.
No one doubted this ability when Peppers came to Chicago. Instead, one of the big question marks about the defensive line was whether defensive tackle Tommie Harris would be able to regain the physical status he had four years ago before a series of knee, hamstring and ego injuries rendered him little more than an average player.
Each training camp since 2006 the Bears have reported Harris would go through as much practice as possible and each camp that meant a few days of practice, fol...

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