Five “surprise” players to watch at Bears camp

As padded practices begin for the Chicago Bears, here are five “under the radar” players to watch during training camp and the preseason.

    1. 1. Dejon Allen, OT/OG, rookie undrafted free agent, Hawaii….Allen was a possible late-round draft consideration, but slipped through the cracks. He’s an athletic knee-bender with good feet but a bit undersized for tackle, making a move inside to guard probable. He started 49 games in four seasons for the Rainbow Warriors, including 25 starts at left tackle his junior and senior years. Allen lacks consistency in his fundamentals, however, and tends to lackadaisical with his technique.  Needs to get stronger and build mass, but could find a landing spot on the practice squad.
    2. Kevin Toliver, CB, rookie undrafted free agent, LSU…highly-rated five-star recruit coming out of high school, Toliver found the field quickly at LSU but his career never quite materialized as expected.  His skill set–size, footwork, instincts and long arms is evident, but nagging injuries and disciplinary issues sidelined him too often.  He was a bit player his junior year due to missed time and left school a year early.  The Bears hope the reality of play-for-pay motivates him enough to put his best foot forward in camp.  Toliver could crack the final 53 if he can remain healthy and show up on special teams.
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Bears buzz in air as camp set to open

A new coaching staff, a young, potential franchise quarterback, and a trio of free agent offensive playmakers add up to a renewed sense of excitement for the Chicago Bears as the club prepares to open training camp for the 2018 NFL season Thursday in Bourbonnais.

For the first time in recent memory, fans will trek to the campus of Olivet Nazarene University with tangible hope for improvement. As Matt Nagy inherits the head coaching role following the disappointing tenure of John Fox, the offense appears poised to make a major jump in performance.

Nagy’s training under Andy Reid in Kansas City and Philadelphia made him an appealing choice for Bears General Manager Ryan Pace. A former Arena Football League QB, Nagy’s ability to communicate and relate to second-year QB Mitch Trubisky provides the key to Chicago’s fortunes. Trubisky showed promise in his rookie season, demonstrating the poise and athletic ability that triggered the Bears surprise 2017 draft night trade up with San Francisco. READ MORE