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NFL MINICAMPS
May 14, 2007
[This article consists of photographs. Please see hardcopy or pdf.] PICTURE THIS If the Bears don't get back to the Super Bowl this season, maybe they can make it to Broadway. Chicago's rookies looked like the cast of A Chorus Line last Friday before a special teams drill in Lake Forest, Ill. Such activity is still too taxing for Miami's top pick, Ted Ginn Jr. (below, left), who is stuck on stationary-cycle duty because of a foot injury suffered in the BCS Championship Game. Another first-rounder with injury concerns, Minnesota's Adrian Peterson (center), ran through hoops for his new employer. And vet Nate Burleson (right) did his best to sweep away any doubts the Seahawks might have about his readiness. (The broom is used to teach receivers to dip their shoulders to get past defenders.)
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May 14, 2007

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[This article consists of photographs. Please see hardcopy or pdf.]

PICTURE THIS
If the Bears don't get back to the Super Bowl this season, maybe they can make it to Broadway. Chicago's rookies looked like the cast of A Chorus Line last Friday before a special teams drill in Lake Forest, Ill. Such activity is still too taxing for Miami's top pick, Ted Ginn Jr. (below, left), who is stuck on stationary-cycle duty because of a foot injury suffered in the BCS Championship Game. Another first-rounder with injury concerns, Minnesota's Adrian Peterson (center), ran through hoops for his new employer. And vet Nate Burleson (right) did his best to sweep away any doubts the Seahawks might have about his readiness. (The broom is used to teach receivers to dip their shoulders to get past defenders.)

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