Add Missouri kicker Jeff Wolfert to the list of Tigers coming in for a tryout at the rookie minicamp.
The Bears are already bringing in quarterback Chase Patton on a tryout basis. Special teams coordinator Dave Toub worked at the school for more than 10 years, and spoke at the coaches' clinic there during this offseason. It was reported in Columbia, Mo., that Toub saw Wolfert work out then.
The Bears are unlikely to bring a second kicker with them to training camp.
After roster limits were lowered last season and the NFL Europe exemptions went bye-bye along with the developmental league itself, it became tougher for teams to carry backup specialists into camps. Because veteran punter Brad Maynard has been bothered in recent years with hamstring and back issues, the Bears are more likely to go with a second punter in training camp. That is what they did last summer with Zac Atterberry. In a perfect situation, Toub finds a punter who can also kick for training camp.