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2011 NFL Pro Day Schedule

With the NFL Combine behind us, the Draft ahead, and the current labor dispute still ongoing, there is another set of events starting this month and continuing for the next four weeks: Pro Days. This is a time where colleges host workouts for their players, and NFL scouts come and check out guys who may not have participated in the Combine. has a great blog devoted strictly to Pro Days. You can click here for all of their updates. They also have a schedule broken down by date (see below the jump), as well as a version listed by school.

March 3: Baylor, Florida Atlantic
March 4: Troy, Tulane
March 7: Tulsa
March 8: Arkansas, Auburn, Oklahoma
March 9: California, Colorado, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma State, Portland State, Rutgers, Texas A&M, Wisconsin
March 10: Alabama, Buffalo, Clemson, Fort Valley State, Fresno State, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami (Fla.), Mississippi State, Nebraska, Oregon, Texas Tech, Washington State, West Texas A&M
March 11: Idaho, Ohio State, Oregon State, Purdue, Southern Miss, Tennessee, TCU
March 12: Arizona
March 14: Central Michigan, LSU
March 15: California (Pa.), Delaware, Florida, Kansas State, Montana State, Pittsburgh, SE Louisiana
March 16: Florida State, Hampton, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan State, Mount Union, Penn State, Villanova
March 17: Appalachian State, Lehigh, Marshall, Michigan, Missouri, Slippery Rock, Stanford, Virginia, Virginia Tech, West Virginia
March 18: Arkansas State, Missouri State, New Mexico State, Richmond, Temple
March 21: Abilene Christian, Iowa
March 22: Georgia, Iowa State, Mississippi, Nevada
March 23: Arizona State, Boston College, Central Florida, Connecticut, East Carolina, North Carolina State, Syracuse, Tennessee-Chattanooga
March 24: Boise State, Fort Hays State, San Diego State, South Florida
March 28: Cincinnati, Citadel, Houston, Rice, Texas, Utah State
March 29: UCLA, Utah
March 30: Northern Iowa, South Carolina, Southern California, Washington
March 31: Hawaii, North Carolina
April 1: Eastern Washington
April 4: SMU
April 7: Notre Dame


As always, we'll be providing you with as many Bears-related updates as possible to track who our scouts might be looking at, as well as some lesser-known prospects that might not be on many people's radars.

Any prospects you know about that is worth mentioning?