Bears rookie Jaquan Brisker expected to practice when camp begins

The safety is expected to practice with the Bears on Wednesday, a source confirmed late Monday, after settling the impasse over his contract.

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Penn State safety Jaquan Brisker reaches for a catch during warmups.

Penn State safety Jaquan Brisker makes a catch during warm ups before playing Illinois on Oct. 23.

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Rookie safety Jaquan Brisker is expected to practice with the Bears on Wednesday, a source confirmed late Monday, after settling the impasse over his rookie contract.

The Bears have yet to announce the signing. The team’s veterans report to Halas Hall on Tuesday, with the first practice scheduled for Wednesday. General manager Ryan Poles and coach Matt Eberflus will address the media Tuesday morning.

After the Bears drafted Brisker in the second round in late April, the two sides were unable to reach an agreement about his four-year rookie deal. At issue were the guarantees the Penn State alum would receive in his third season. The Commanders gave Alabama defensive tackle Phidarian Mathis, drafted one spot ahead of Brisker, $110,991 in third-year guarantees, according to overthecap.com. Saints cornerback Alontae Taylor, drafted one spot after Brisker, has no guaranteed money in Year 3, per the site.

Because he was not under contract, Brisker was not among those who checked into Halas Hall on the Bears’ rookie report day Saturday.

The second-round pick is expected to start at strong safety.

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