Undersized running back Garrett Wolfe made the most of his opportunity during his time spent at NIU, and now the former Huskie star is looking to break out onto the scene for the Chicago Bears.
The only thing holding him back at this point is an injured hamstring. Wolfe tweaked the hammy during kickoff drills last Saturday, and has been held out of practice ever since. Wolfe continues to attend team meetings and takes part in stretching drills when he's not being looked at by the training staff. Here's what #25 had to say about his possible return to practice.
"WOLFE: When they feel it's necessary for me to come back and when my body is ready and when I agree with that, that's when I'll be able to come back. I couldn't tell you a date, because with a hamstring that's when I earn my keep. I got to move around and if I can't move around how effective will I be."
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