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Marinelli the man behind Melton

Henry Melton came into the NFL as a defensive end, yet Bears coordinator Rod Marinelli saw his potential as a defensive tackle. The position switch has made Melton a Pro Bowler.

Sometimes in life one small tweak can be the impetus for positive, permanent change. The best route to improve one's state isn't necessarily down the largest highway. Often, success and happiness are found on those less-traveled side roads. Such has been the case for Chicago Bears defensive tackle Henry Melton. During his first two collegiate seasons at the University of Texas, Melton was a...

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