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Montana offensive lineman Colin Dow was brought in for visit

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Here is a name to keep in mind late Sunday afternoon after he draft has concluded--Colin Dow.

The Montana center came in for an official visit to Halas Hall, according to the Missoulian. Dow, who some have projected as a guard, also made a visit to Cincinnati and had a private workout with Carolina. Most of the players the Bears brought in on visits are ones they wanted to consider for free agency. Because the players were not invited to the combine, the Bears needed them to come in to get a full physical and medical report.

The Grizzlies program produced former NFL offensive tackle Scott Gragg and that is where the Bears got tackle Cody Balogh from last year.

We've added Dow's name to the list of workouts and visits. There are 20 names on the list of official visits. Teams are allowed a maximum of 30 and it's not believed the Bears reached the limit.

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