Massive DT Eddie Goldman promises to drink more water

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BOURBONNAIS — Bears rookie defensive tackle Eddie Goldman returned to practice Saturday after leaving Friday’s session early because of dehydration. He had similar issues during the Bears’ rookie minicamp.

“I wasn’t drinking enough water,” said Goldman, who is officially listed at 6-4, 332 pounds. “[I’ll] drink more water, that’s it.”

Goldman said dehydration wasn’t an issue when he was an all-conference player at Florida State.

“The thing was, when I was in Tallahassee [Florida], it was raining a lot, thunderstorms and all that,” Goldman said. “I worked out inside a lot.”

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