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Draft Scout Hroniss Grasu News
09/25/17 - C Hroniss Grasu left the game with a wrist injury.
09/25/17 - C Hroniss Grasu (hand) suffered an injury and left in the first half Sunday. He would have practiced on a limited basis on Monday, according to the team. Grasu started Sunday's game with guard Josh Sitton out.
08/24/17 - C Hroniss Grasu has had to add playing time at guard during training camp due to guard Kyle Long's injury.
Although the preferred option seems to be playing center Cody Whitehair at guard, the Bears are trying to be ready for all eventualities because of Long's iffy ankle. "The way I looked at it is just it's just a test," Grasu said. "Just test me, my mental toughness. Test how well I can handle adversity. I could have looked at all the negatives about it and been pouty about it. But I wasn't. I was just super excited to attack this opportunity that I have." The switch to guard is more a physical challenge than the mental challenge Whitehair had last year when he moved to center after Grasu suffered a torn ACL.
05/30/17 - C Hroniss Grasu (knee) continued to work on the side during Bears OTAs rehabbing after surgery.
08/08/16 - C Hroniss Grasu sustained a torn ACL in his right knee and is out for the season, Bears coach John Fox told reporters Monday.
"It's a punch in the gut," Fox said of the non-contact injury that Grasu sustained during Saturday's practice.
The second-year player attempted to block downfield on a screen pass to running back Jacquizz Rodgers before immediately clutching at his right knee. Grasu was placed on the trainer's cart and taken off the field. Grasu, 24, started eight games during his rookie season.