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ICYMI: Every article from rookie minicamp


The Bears conducted their rookie minicamp Thursday through Sunday. In case you missed it, here's a compilation of the articles that appeared on


**Bears bolster roster with undrafted rookies**
The Bears signed 22 undrafted rookies, including two in receiver Emanuel Hall and tight end Dax Raymond who were ranked as the top UDFAs available at their respective positions by's Gil Brandt.

**Players arrive for rookie minicamp**
Halas Hall was teeming with activity on a rainy Thursday as more than 80 NFL hopefuls from across the country arrived throughout the day for the start of Bears rookie minicamp.

**Former Bears players meet with rookies**
Charles Tillman and Matt Forte were among 14 former Bears who shared their experiences and offered advice to more than 80 NFL hopefuls at the team's rookie minicamp at Halas Hall.


**Canadian star focused on earning Bears job**
Although Mathieu Betts was selected with the third pick in the CFL Draft Thursday night, the outside linebacker from Montreal is focused on competing for a roster spot with the Bears, beginning at this weekend's minicamp.

**Bears put heat on kickers in first practice**
Coach Matt Nagy vowed to put the kickers competing for a job with the Bears in pressure situations in practice, and he delivered on that promise during the team's first rookie minicamp workout.

**Shelley makes a positive first impression**
Bears coach Matt Nagy was impressed with the quickness he saw from cornerback Duke Shelley, a sixth-round pick from Kansas State, in the team's first rookie minicamp practice Friday at Halas Hall.


**Montgomery already appreciates Bears history**
Running back David Montgomery has only been a member of the Bears for a week, but the third-round pick already understands and embraces the franchise's storied history, especially at his position.

**Ridley lauded for performance in practice**
After reviewing tape of the Bears' first rookie minicamp practice, coach Matt Nagy praised the performance of receiver Riley Ridley, a fourth-round pick from Georgia.


**Bears sign Doles, Dalton; waive two kickers**
Hours after the final rookie minicamp practice, the Bears signed offensive lineman Tommy Doles and defensive end Jalen Dalton and waived kickers Redford Jones and John Baron, defensive end Lawrence Marshall and safety Adarius Pickett.

**Nagy creates pressure situation for kickers**
On the final day of Bears rookie minicamp, coach Matt Nagy found another creative way to put pressure on the kickers competing for a roster spot.

Take a look at the first practices for newly drafted and signed rookies from the weekend at Halas Hall.