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National Football League

Name  Hunter Hillenmeyer
Born  10/28/1980
Height  6-4
Weight  238
College  Vanderbilt
9/14/2010 11:02:00 PM
Description: The Chicago Tribune reports the Bears have place Hillenmeyer (illness) on IR, ending his 2010 season.
Insight: Some speculation suggests Hillenmeyer's illness is related to post-concussion symptoms, which could put his career in jeopardy. (
10/29/2009 11:02:00 AM
Description: According to, Hillenmeyer has been moved back to MLB.
Insight: Hillenmeyer will push Nick Roach back to the strong side, which could be good for the Bears' defense as a whole. (
Probable10/23/2009 12:01:00 PM
Description: According to the Chicago Tribune, Hillenmeyer (ribs) returned to fulll practice on Thursday for the first time since suffering a cracked rib in Week 3.
Insight: Hillenmeyer seems likely to return to action this week against Cincinnati, and could take Pisa Tinoisamoa's (knee) place on the strong side. (
Out10/16/2009 3:14:00 PM
Description: According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Sun Times, via Twitter, Hillenmeyer (ribs) has been ruled out for Week 6 against Atlanta.
Insight: Michael Turner may find it easier to run on Sunday night. (
Questionable10/13/2009 3:07:00 PM
Description: According to the Chicago Tribune, Hillenmeyer (cracked rib) returned to practice on Monday but his status for Week 6 against Atlanta is up in the air.
Insight: Nick Roach took over for Hillenmeyer at MLB and has looked good, so he may not even start if he can go this week. (
Doubtful9/30/2009 8:49:00 PM
Description: According to Brad Biggs the Chicago Sun Times via National Football Post, there's a "good chance" Hillenmeyer (rib) will miss Week 4's game against Detroit.
Insight: Nick Roach would take Hillenmeyer's place at MLB if he can't go, and Jamaar Williams would take over for Roach on the strongside. (
Questionable9/28/2009 12:51:00 PM
Description: Hillenmeyer left Sunday's game against Seattle with an apparent rib injury.
Insight: If Hillenmeyer suffered a broken rib, the Bears may have to bring in another LB (Derrick Brooks?) to shore up their depth. (

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