Q & A With Bears Linebacker Rod Wilson

Rod Wilson came into the NFL in 2005 as a seventh-round pick out of the University of South Carolina.
The 6’2″, 230 lb Wilson played in 41 games over five seasons at the University of South Carolina.
He finished his career as an all-SEC linebacker after playing safety as a sophomore and junior.
In six seasons in the NFL, five coming with the Bears, Wilson has appeared in 51 games. He made 47 tackles and forced one fumble in that span.
Wilson missed his entire rookie season with a knee injury he suffered during a pre-season game. In 2008, he was waived/injured. The following off-season he signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but was lost for the season during a Week Nine game.
The Bears brought him back last season and he appeared in 15 games, playing steady on special teams.
It remains to be seen what the Bears do at the linebacker position this

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