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Bears head to Ball State to work out lineman Robert Brewster

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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. He has good footwork and good size at 6-4, 325 pounds. He did work in the classroom with Hiestand for roughly 90 minutes, going over formations and looks as they talked schemes.

The Bears are the eighth club to go in for more work with Brewster, who attended the scouting combine. Dallas, Washington, Buffalo, Kansas City, New England, Philadelphia and Seattle have also put him through workouts. Brewster was in Dallas last week on an official visit. He projects as a mid-round pick and might come off the board as early as the fourth round.

Here is a look at the updated list of players the Bears have either worked out or brought in for a visit.

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I am not a poster on these blogs but I just want to let you know how much I appreciate you sharing this draft information. The draft, next to the playoffs, is the most exciting part of the NFL year to me. No one has provided any Bears information like this. I don't care if they are sixth rounders or not like Creighton said. It's nice to know who the Bears are looking at. Keep up the good work.

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