Chicago Bears running back Lorenzo Booker started the third quarter of Saturday night's preseason game against the Washington Redskins with a bang, returning Washington's kickoff 105 yards for a touchdown (video below). He extended Chicago's lead to 27-10 early in the second half.
Booker was signed to a one-year deal with the Bears on July 17 and is expected to play a role with Chicago's special teams unit this season. He played for Florida State in college and was a third round draft pick in 2007. Since then, Booker has played for the Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles and most recently the Minnesota Vikings.
With more returns like this, Booker could see extended time as a special teams player, especially as Chicago tries to implement Devin Hester more and more as a wide receiver.