The Chicago Bears have reportedly moved backup RB Harvey Unga from the reserve / left squad list, according to Aaron Wilson of FOX Sports:
Bears reinstated RB Harvey Unga from the reserve/left squad list, per a league source.— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) April 16, 2012
Unga, a native of Kahuku, Hawaii, joined the Chicago Bears in the 2010 supplemental draft. He played four season with the BYU Cougars in college before withdrawing because of an honor code violation. Unga average 5.0 yards per carry with BYU, rushing for 3455 yards and 36 touchdowns in just three season's as the school's starting running back.
The 6'0", 250 lbs Unga also brings versatility the passing game, having compiled over 1000 receiving yards and a 10.6 yards per catch average.
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