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Bears Work Out Ball State OT Brewster

Keep your eye on Ball State offensive tackle Robert Brewster, who talked to the Bears and worked out for them a whopping three hours. Here is the report from the Chicago Tribune:

Bears offensive line coach Harry Hiestand put Ball State’s Robert Brewster through more than three hours of drills and classroom work this morning in a private workout in Muncie, Ind., a source said. Brewster played right tackle at Ball State but some clubs are looking at him as a guard. He started 50 consecutive games and is durable with experience.

The O-line is a spot the team wants to upgrade, and the team likely could get Brewster late (5-7th round).


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