Not even close to a Bears fan but heard from a friend that Lenz returned a punt for a td in there scrimmage. Always thought he had the tools to play in the pros, just hindered by injurys/horrible offense.
I watched the entire Bears game last week hoping to see more of Josh than I did. He returned a punt or two, and played very little on offense. I have heard a few good things about him out of camp, but the Bears brought in a bunch of receivers to camp so it will tough for him to make the team. I am hoping he can caught on with the practice squad and grew from there. Last year they were saying good things about free agent rockie QB Matt Blanchard (graduated with my daughter from our local HS here in the Chicago suburbs), then all of a sudden he gets cut before the 4th preseason game when he should have received a fair amount of playing time. I think the Bears did it to keep him hidden from the other teams, because after they made final cuts, they then added him back to the practice squad. I am hoping the same holds true for Josh (do not play him much in preseason and expose him to the other teams, then let him learn on the practice squad for a year or two, and boom-wes walker #2 is ready to show the NFL what can come out of Iowa State.) Also hoping Josh and Blanchard become good friends and work on their games together. I know the Blanchard family and Matt is a great kid, and Josh sounds like he cut from the same cloth.
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