Several players return to Halas Hall

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Halas Hall was among the NFL training facilities open to players starting at 7 a.m. CST Friday morning, and several players took advantage.

Kicker and union-rep (Can he still be called that since union decertified?) Robbie Gould was among them, as was tight end Greg Olsen. Receiver Johnny Knox, center Edwin Williams and defensive tackle Matt Toeaina also made an appearance.

The Bears will begin their offseason conditioning program on May 9, will hold a rookie minicamp May 6-8 and a full-squad minicamp June 3-5 at Halas Hall.

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