Danieal Manning bounced around in the Chicago Bears secondary his first two seasons before finally settling at one position this training camp.
The Bears' top pick in the 2006 draft believes he has found his niche at the nickel back spot formerly filled by teammate Ricky Manning Jr.
"He's a guy that's a jack of all trades," Bears coach Lovie Smith said following Monday's practice. "So first we had to see if he could play cornerback or safety. Now we think he has found his home. ... Who knows how good the guy can be? He has a ton of talent."
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