The Chicago Bears are on the eve of training camp, but that’s not stopping them from potentially tweaking the roster.

Per ESPN‘s Field Yates, the Bears worked out veteran offensive lineman Michael Schofield on Sunday. Schofield was drafted in the third round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos. Since then, he’s gone on to appear in 102 games, starting 81.

Schofield started 12 games at right guard for the Los Angeles Chargers last year, so it makes sense the Bears have an interest in the veteran free agent. Per Pro Football Focus, Schofield finished as the 26th-highest graded guard (66.8) out of 42 qualifying guards with at least 907 blocking snaps.

Schofields’s overall pass blocking grade was eighth-best and his 24 overall pressures allowed tied for the 13th-fewest. His pass blocking efficiency grade of 96.1 out of a true pass set tied for 18th-best among all guards with at least 350 pass blocking snaps out of a true pass set.

The eighth-year veteran will certainly add some spice to the competition along the Bears interior offensive line. It will be interesting to see if the Bears add him to the roster in the coming days.

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