Naperville’s Earl could be signed for depth today

SHARE Naperville’s Earl could be signed for depth today

On the same day new safety Josh Bullocks got his hands on a couple of passes, the Bears looked to add some more depth to the secondary.

The club gave safety Glenn Earl a physical after the conclusion of minicamp Thursday afternoon. The Naperville North and Notre Dame product could sign a contract today. Earl was one of five players participating in the three-day minicamp on a tryout basis.

Earl, who turns 28 in June, was a productive player for the Houston Texans and new secondary coach Jon Hoke before injuries took a toll. He made 31 starts through his first three seasons and had a career-high 74 tackles in 2006. Earl was knocked out with a torn Lisfranc ligament in his foot during the 2007 preseason in a game at Reliant Stadium. He was released by the Texans at the end of last summer.

The Latest
Manager Craig Counsell provided an expected timeline for Bellinger’s first 2024 spring training game.
Rebuilding well isn’t enough. They must rebuild better than the other teams that are trying to do the same thing.
“There was a lot of blood,” Officer Nicholas Morales testified on the third day of the trial for the accused gunman, Emonte Morgan. “I just stepped on the gas.”
Hurricanes safety Kamren Kinchens has trained with Jackson in South Florida.
Known for its pitas, salads and bowls, the fast-casual chain will open a location on North Milwaukee Avenue.