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The Bears signed Lamarr Houston to a five-year, $35-million contract in 2014 after the versatile Nike Air Max Command Hombre defender enjoyed a series of high-impact seasons for the Raiders.

Since then, Houston has lost the better parts of two full seasons to Adidas Superstar Womens Pink injuries, sandwiched one decent year in between, and produced just nine sacks.

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Houston is built more like a defensive tackle than a traditional edge rusher and gives coordinator Vic Fangio plenty of options when he designs pass-rush packages. Houston lined up inside at times in Oakland, but when he has been healthy in Chicago, he has been most effective off the edge, where his size, quickness and relentlessness Adidas NMD Donne can catch offensive tackles by surprise.

Think of Houston as a reclamation project who never really had to be reclaimed. Instead of experimenting with some other team's disappointing big-name pass-rusher (see the Seahawks and Titans on this list), the Bears are giving Adidas Superstar Womens one more chance to their own. If Houston can finally stay healthy, he's a safe bet to provide some return on the team's investment.

The Bengals Adidas NEO Dames are counting on a right tackle who gave up a bunch of sacks last year and has a troubling injury history to be their starting left tackle this year.

That sounds like such a bad offensive line idea that even the Seahawks wouldn't consider it. But the Bengals are confident in Cedric Ogbuehi.

"I have full confidence that he’s going to be a fabulous player for us,” offensive coordinator Ken Zampese said at the start of camp, per Geoff Hobson of the team's official site.