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Wootton adjusting to life inside

Corey Wootton has been moved from defensive end to defensive tackle. It's been a bumpy transition, one that resulted in Giants RB Brandon Jacobs rolling up 106 yards last week.

Chicago Bears defensive lineman Corey Wootton is accustomed to adjusting on the fly. In high school, Wootton moved around the defensive line and thrived on the challenges those changes presented. "I stayed in the DE position in college but I don't think I ever forgot what I'd learned from those days of high school ball," Wootton said. "Changing positions meant that I could never get too...

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