Chicago Bears: 3 players who stood out in the Hall of Fame Game

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Javon Wims

The Bears selected Javon Wims in the seventh-round of the 2018 NFL Draft. Wims had a shot to make the team going into training camp, provided he showed a good work ethic and made impressive plays in practice and the preseason. He certainly made his name known on Thursday with a great performance.

Wims was all over the field on Thursday, racking up seven catches on 10 targets for 89 yards. He made short and long catches, and ran pretty precise routes. His size was on full display. Wims is a 6-foot-4, 215-pound wideout who led the Georgia Bulldogs in receiving last season.

While second-round pick Anthony Miller is the rookie wide receiver with the most hype around him, Wims can probably be a part of the 53-man roster come September. Wims showed off his size and athleticism at the start of the 4th quarter Thursday, making an acrobatic, physical catch along the sideline for 24-yards and a first down.

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While the Bears came up short in the game against the Ravens losing 17-16, there were obviously some bright spots for the team to build off of in the upcoming preseason games. Wims is definitely a name to watch for the next four weeks as he tries to make a difference in the passing game and make it through final cuts.