Bears sign Chris Prosinski to 1-year deal

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The Bears re-signed Chris Prosinski on Thursday. (AP)

The Bears signed safety Chris Prosinski to a one-year deal Friday, bringing back a special teams stalwart.

Prosinski was signed Sept. 29 with an eye on special teams but eventually started five games when Antrel Rolle was injured. He had 32 defensive tackles and one sack.

He had nine special teams tackles and recovered a fumble on a punt and helped solidify a unit that tortured the Bears at the start of the season.

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