Bears hold private workout for Syracuse offensive lineman Justin Pugh
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Apr 23, 2013
The Chicago Bears recently put Syracuse offensive lineman Justin Pugh through a private workout. Despite free-agent additions to the offensive line, the Bears continue to take a closer look at top draftable players, putting Justin Pugh through a private workout at Syracuse this weekend, according to a source. The Bears have an immediate need at guard, where Pugh could begin his NFL career. If that happens, Pugh could be a serious consideration lower in the first round. Bottom row from left are Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee; Justin Pugh, Syracuse; Eric Reid, LSU; Xavier Rhodes, Florida St.; Sheldon Richardson, Missouri and Geno Smith, West Virginia. The Bears have the 20th overall pick, but they may be looking to trade down and pick up an extra pick. They are, top row from left: Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M; Lane Johnson, Oklahoma; Jarvis Jones, Georgia; Dee Milliner, Alabama; Barkevious Mingo, LSU and Alec Ogletree, Georgia.