The relatively quiet Devin Aromashodu refused to complain about his lack of playing time Sunday against the Cowboys despite never getting a clear explanation about what he did wrong.
In the 27-20 victory, the lanky Bears receiver played one offensive snap just a week after he caught five passes for 71 yards in the season-opening triumph over the Lions.
In that game, Aromashodu was targeted a team-high 10 times but had several dropped passes, including one that should have been a touchdown. His suspect downfield block apparently has concerned the coaches, too.
"No one relayed that to me,'' Aromashodu said. "I went over the tape and watched it, looked at whatever I could have gotten better on. Yeah, I could have probably played better. But it was the first game.''