Bears sign undrafted free-agent class

The Bears signed their undrafted free-agent class Thursday night. They’ll participate in rookie minicamp practices, which start Friday.

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The Bears signed their undrafted free-agent class Thursday night. They’ll participate in rookie minicamp practices, which start Friday.

The Bears’ list is as follows: Temple defensive tackle Daniel Archibong, Clemson guard Gage Cervenka, Hawaii cornerback Rojesterman Farris, Stanford tight end Scooter Harrington, Virginia Tech kicker Brian Johnson, Houston Baptist linebacker Caleb Johnson, Stony Brook defensive end Sam Kamara, Coastal Carolina running back CJ Marable, Troy wide receiver Khalil McClain, Mississippi State guard Dareuan Parker, Miami linebacker Michael Pinckney, Western Kentucky defensive back Dionte Ruffin, Stanford defensive end Thomas Schaffer, Virginia linebacker Charles Snowden and Northwestern offensive tackle Gunnar Vogel.

Snowden is the most intriguing member of the class. The 6-6 edge rusher had five sacks in 2019 and six in 2020 and was considered by some to be worthy of an early third-day draft selection. At 243 pounds, he needs to add bulk but stands to benefit from studying under Khalil Mack and Robert Quinn.

Quarterback Kyle Sloter will also participate in the rookie minicamp as a tryout player.

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