Bears aren’t alone in pursuit of Davis

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Re-signing veteran receiver and special teams ace Rashied Davis may be more challenging than expected.

Davis has spent his entire six-year career with the Bears but is drawing interest on the free-agent market, according to agent Wynn Silberman.

“We’ve gathered interest from a lot of teams and we’re trying to sort through it and make a good decision,” Silberman said. “The Bears are definitely in the mix.”

Davis is not only one of the Bears most reliable special teams players but proved he can be a contributor in offensive coordinator Mike Martz’s scheme when he hauled in seven catches for 63 yards in a regular-season-ending loss to the Packers.

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