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Bears are moving Kyle Long to left guard; to help solidify line

Bears OL Kyle Long feels the Bears will make the playoffs

Bears OL Kyle Long will move to Left Guard in 2017

The Chicago Bears are trying to find the best offensive line possible to block for Mike Glennon and Mitch Trubisky.  According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune the Bears are working on shifting former standout Oregon tackle Kyle Long to left guard and flipping veteran Josh Sitton to the right guard spot.

In 2015, the Bears moved Long to right tackle, where he spent one year. The team moved him back to right guard for 2016, and now they are moving him again.

This is the great thing about a versatile offensive lineman like Long, the sad thing is you have to continually change your game.

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