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No. 53 - Gabe Carimi
After deciding to forgo voluntary minicamps earlier this month, Carimi's status with the team is up in the air. The former first round pick will have to prove to the new coaching staff that not only that he is up to speed on the team's new offense but also that his knee is healthy enough to play a whole season.
No. 52 - Armando Allen
A former undrafted free agent out of Notre Dame, Allen spent the past two seasons with the Bears' organization and registered his first career touchdown last year against the Tennessee Titans with a 46 yard run. He is expected to compete with undrafted free agent Michael Ford for the team's third running back spot.
No. 51 - Isaiah Frey
A sixth round pick in 2012, Frey spent the season on the Bears' practice squad. However, given the lack of depth at the cornerback position, he could push for more playing time during training camp.
No. 50 - Steve Maneri
At 6'6" and 280 pounds, Maneri entered the league as an offensive tackle but was moved to the tight end position during the 2012 offseason while with the Kansas City Chiefs. Viewed more as a blocking tight end, he will likely be used in max protection and goal line sets.
No. 49 - Joe Anderson
Undrafted in 2012, Anderson spent the majority of the 2012 season on the Bears' practice squad before being elevated to the active roster for the final three games of the season. He saw the majority of his playing time on special teams. If given the chance in training camp to show off his length and speed, he could find himself getting some playing time as a receiver this season.
No. 48 - Marquess Wilson
The Bears acquired a seventh round pick in the 2013 draft (a pick they previously traded for Brian Price) and drafted Wilson out of Washington State. Wilson had his share of problems while in college, notably quitting this past season, but his skill set and abilities make him worth the gamble. He could eventually find his niche' in the offense as a deep vertical threat that can help spread the field, but he still needs a lot of work.
No. 47 - Jordan Mills
A fifth round pick this past April, Mills has the ability to play both tackle and guard but likely projects as a right tackle in the NFL. He will likely be the third right tackle/swing tackle behind J'Marcus Webb and Jonathan Scott but it would not be a big shock if a strong showing in training camp helps move him up the depth chart.
No. 46 - Cornelius Washington
Projected by some to be a third round pick in April's Draft, Washington was a steal for the Bears in the sixth round. He will likely serve as a special teams contributor early on, but his speed and athleticism could help put him in the defensive end rotation as a third-down/pass rushing specialist.