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Last season, the Bears used offensive lineman Eben Britton in a lot of two- and three-tight end sets. Having an actual tight end in the same role could keep a defense honest.
Former Temple tight end Cody Booth was abruptly converted to an offensive tackle last year despite leading the team in touchdown receptions in 2012. He has great size, quick feet and good hands.
It will be interesting to see how Booth lines up in training camp. He could see time on the offensive line and at tight end. He's a project who could turn into a valuable depth player down the line.
Booth likely won't make the 2014 roster, but he could stick on the practice squad. Who knows, a few seasons down the line, he could be a solid, versatile find.