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Manumaleuna expected to practice today

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After resting his knee most of last week, Bears tight end Brandon Manumaleuna is planning to return to practice today.


Manumaleuna re-injured his right knee, which he had offseason surgery, but he said the rest last week has him feeling much better.

"It's been frustrating," he said. "But you can't do nothing but deal with it."

Manumaleuna was signed on the first day of free agency, along with defensive end Julius Peppers and running back Chester Taylor. Manumaleuna, who received a five-year, $15 million contract that included $6 million in guarantees, played for new offensive coordinator Mike Martz in St. Louis.

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Hey Sean I just heard the Bears are not going to allow their assistant coaches to speak to reporters after games. Is this true? That seems a little strange if it is. Hmmmm.

about time he plays!! they paid him a lot of money!! and didnt they know of his problem knee prior to signing him? on a side note bummer about wright the kid showed real promise.. dont know how long he will be out with his finger and surgery..

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