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Urlacher, Bennett and Hanie practice

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The wounded are slowly returning.

Brian Urlacher, Earl Bennett and Caleb Hanie were on the field for the early portion of practice open to reporters. They were, at the very least, limited during the session.

Urlacher, who didn't play against the Arizona Cardinals Saturday, doesn't need to show anything. But Bennett and Hanie have a lot to prove.

It's unclear if they'll play Thursday in the preseason finale against the Cleveland Browns. But, Bennett is fighting for a roster spot at receiver, and Hanie is battling with veteran Todd Collins to be the team's backup quarterback.

Craig Steltz, Nick Roach, Chester Taylor and Lance Briggs were among the veterans who were not practicting.

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Bennett or Davis or Iglesias; I say Iglesias.

Urlacher doesn't need to show anything? Really? And how many plays was he in on last season?

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