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Draft Scout Isaiah Frey News
11/22/13 - CB Isaiah Frey, the Bears' nickel back, practiced in full Friday despite a hand fracture, and is expected to be available to start Sunday against St. Louis.
11/21/13 - --CB Isaiah Frey, the Bears nickel back, practiced Thursday on a limited basis despite a hand fracture, and is expected to be available to start Sunday against St. Louis.
11/20/13 - CB Isaiah Frey, the Bears nickel back, has a hand fracture and practiced with a protective cast on it Wednesday. Coach Marc Trestman is optimistic he'll have Frey available Sunday, and that he'll be able to go through some practice later in the week.
11/18/13 - DB Isaiah Frey, a 2012 draft pick, continues to impress in his first year of playing. "Isaiah has just a very mature quality about him," coach Marc Trestman said. "He's a solid guy in terms of assignments and that's really helped my confidence in the back end, because of his play in the nickel."
08/07/13 - CB Isaiah Frey, the 2012 sixth-round draft pick from Nevada, was waived last year and then brought back to the practice squad. This camp he's been all over the field with deflections or interceptions, almost exclusively against the second team or third team. Last training camp Frey was virtually invisible. Frey's improvement comes partly from better strength and a little more weight, as well as a better understanding of the defense. He's made himself more valuable by playing backup in the slot at nickel back. He's also showing an ability on special teams, huge because he could be battling special teams ace/cornerback Sherrick McManis for a roster spot. Frey could have a future in Chicago with the top three corners all in the final years of their contracts.