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Carimi staying at right guard, for now

OL Gabe Carimi (Matthew Emmons/USP)

Despite having never played the position in his career previous to last week, it appears Gabe Carimi will continue to be Chicago's starting right guard for the foreseeable future.

Over a five-day span last week, the Chicago Bears lost three starting offensive linemen. Starting left guard Chilo Rachal walked out on the team after he was demoted. Chris Spencer then stepped in at left guard but he was knocked out of Sunday's contest against the Minnesota Vikings with a knee injury. His return could be a long way off. At right guard, the club's best offensive lineman, Lance... Recommended Stories

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