The 6-5, 214-pounder could land on the draft’s second day. The Bears, who figure to draft a receiver after the first round, could be interested.
Maybe the Bears think Quenton Nelson will be long gone by the time they pick eighth in next month’s draft.
Breaking down the Bears’ winners and losers after the first wave of free agency:
Asked by WFNZ radio in Charlotte to list the teams that liked him, Allen Hurns named the Bears first.
The Bears gave Cam Meredith the tender last week, which would pay him $1.907 million for 2018.
The ex-Bears coach has decided to move on from coaching to take a gig with ESPN.
Tracking the Bears’ free agent moves, rumblings targets and losses:
Cody Parkey doesn’t know Robbie Gould but, sometime before he makes his Bears’ debut this fall, he plans to reach out to the veteran for pointers.
Chase Daniel, the man Bears GM Ryan Pace chose to back up Mitch Trubisky, has started two games in eight seasons. He has won one game.
The Bears issued Fuller the transition tag earlier this month, establishing a $12.971 million price for his 2018 season.
Aaron Lynch was benched in four of the 49ers’ final six games last year, rendered a healthy scratch while his teammates ran off a 5-1 record.
Having said farewell to Pernell McPhee and Willie Young, the Bears landed an outside linebacker to try to fill the void: Aaron Lynch.
Punter Pat O’Donnell is returning to the Bears on a one-year deal worth $1.5 million, a source confirmed Thursday.
By landing two players in the upper tier of their position group, general manager Ryan Pace has been more exacting than last year.
Sam Acho agreed to return to the Bears’ outside linebacker room. He’s just not sure, outside of Leonard Floyd and Isaiah Irving, will be there.