With the Chicago Bears in full offseason mode they have recently made some new signings and free agency losses including wide receiver Kendall Wright.
On Saturday, the Chicago Bears added depth to a needy area with the acquisition of former Tennessee Titans WR Kendall Wright
The move comes in the aftermath of the team losing Alshon Jeffery to the Philadelphia Eagles.
The signing, first reported by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, is a modest one-year $4 million deal. Wright joins Marcus Wheaton as receivers brought in to help Mike Glennon and the evolving QB situation in the Windy City.
The 5′ 10″ WR out of Baylor had a breakout season back in 2013, but has never recaptured those heights since. Wright has a career 3,244 receiving yards with, 280 receptions, and 18 touchdown grabs. With the impeding release of Eddie Royal, Wright would the natural replacement.
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With the release of Jay Cutler, just who will be throwing him the ball remains the biggest question mark surrounding the team.
The two options right now look to be newly signed QB Mike Glennon or the re-signed ,unproven youngster Connor Shaw. The Chicago Bears have the third overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft starting April 27, so it’s possible that they could be drafting a new signal caller .