Seahawks defensive coordinator Ray Rhodes revealed last week that he has been meeting for 45-60 minutes every morning this season with rookie SS Michael Boulware, who has more than exceeded expectations thus far. Rhodes said the sessions, starting at 6:50 a.m., include video study of the previous day's practice, as well as advance work on what will be featured in practice that day.
Bears general manager Jerry Angelo is said to be seeking more quick-twitch, difference-making athletes for the Bears' offense in the offseason. RB Thomas Jones and QB Rex Grossman are sure starters, but all other skill-position players are written on the 2005 depth chart in pencil.
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