Before receiver Kevin White shared a shirtless picture of himself flexing in Hawaii on social media, he sent it to his younger brother Ka’Raun, who is participating in the NFL Scouting Combine.
The White brothers are nearing their dream of being in the NFL at the same time.
“It’s something we wanted since we [were] little kids, and to be in this situation, to actually make our dreams come true, is pretty incredible,” Ka’Raun said.
Meanwhile, the Bears still are trying to figure out what to expect from White. Receiver is a priority for the organization in free agency and the draft, but the plan is to give White one more chance after serious injuries limited him to only five games in three seasons.
“Kevin is a guy you see who hasn’t had a lot of games these past few years,” Bears coach Matt Nagy said. “We understand that, but for me, that’s the challenge as a head coach.
‘‘You love to see those kinds of situations. You don’t make any promises that anything’s going to happen. But you see a kid like that, you know his road and where he’s at, and I look at that as a personal challenge to get him to a place where we want to get him.”