On Thursday, the Chicago Bears released veteran offensive guard Mansfield Wrotto as they continue to shave down their roster during minicamp. Wrotto briefly practiced with the first-team at right tackle during the off-season while Gabe Carimi continued to recover from last season's knee injury, but the team decided they could move on without the former fourth-round pick (No. 124 overall) from the 2007 NFL Draft.
Wrotto has started 12 games and played in 27 during his four-year NFL career, and now he will be looking to land on another NFL team as the minicamp process moves forward.
LM: #Bears have released veteran guard Mansfield Wrotto.— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) June 14, 2012
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