Trevathan (knee) participated in practice on a limited basis Wednesday, Rich Campbell on Twitter reports.
Although it was an encouraging sign to see Trevathan on the field, he's not yet ready to practice in full. It's possible that the coaching staff will slowly get him back into the mix as camp moves along. Should he increase his practice participation, he'll be a player to consider in IDP drafts for his ability to record plenty of tackles.
Trevathan (knee) is practicing in the Bears first official session of training camp, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports.
Recent reports demonstrated uncertainty as to whether Trevathan would be available for training camp and also whether he'd be placed on the regular season physically unable to perform list. Overall, this is excellent news and provides hope that he'll be ready for the regular season, and if he has a productive camp, he'll be a player to consider as a strong IDP option, based on his ability to pile up tackles.
Trevathan (knee) may not start training camp on the physically unable to perform list, Brad Biggs on Twitter reports.
This report is based upon statements made by general manager Ryan Pace at the team's initial press conference of training camp. This is excellent news, as even if Trevathan isn't ready for the first practices of camp, it indicates that he could have a chance to be ready to play when the regular season begins.
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