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Bears check out CB Zemaitis

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The Bears brought CB Alan Zemaitis in for a look Thursday morning at Halas Hall, but it doesn’t look like the former All-American from Penn State will be signed.

Zemaitis was a fourth-round draft pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2006, but didn’t play as a rookie as a shoulder injury that lingered from college kept him out.

He was waived in Tampa Bay at the final cutdown in September. Zemaitis was considered a good fit for the cover-two scheme when he was coming out school because he possesses good size at 6-2, 202 pounds, but it hasn’t worked out for him in the NFL yet.

Zemaitis would have been eligible to join the practice squad. The Bears have two open positions, but at this point it looks like they will not be filled with just one more practice and a walk-through before the final game.

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Let Berrian go recievers can be found in late rounds, they have some already{i.e. Haas and Bradley} the latter who most teams have as a third down hands reciever. There main concern should be OL and safety. Metcalf is a bust {where's Beekman}and RT [should invest in Beltone] is a penalty machine and over the hill. Last but not least if you want Urlacher to last a few more years check out the Big Ten middle linebackers move Urlacher outside and let him roam.

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