UPDATE: The Bears worked out a trio of offensive linemen on Tuesday, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Offensive tackles Renardo Foster and Mike Gibson joined guard Mansfield Wrotto.
Bears Director of Player Personnel Tim Ruskell signed (Gibson) ans drafted (Wrotto) when he was general manager of the Seattle Seahawks.
Gibson started eight games for the 2010 Seahawks.
Foster has started three of his 17 career NFL games with the Falcons (2007) and Rams (2010).
Aaron Wilson of ProFootball.Scout.com reports the Bears are trying out offensive guard Mansfield Wrotto today, according to a league source.
Wrotto, 27 worked out for the Cowboys and the Giants last month.
The 6-foot-3, 327-pound lineman is a former Seahawks fourth-round draft pick from Georgia Tech.
He started seven games for the Bills last season.