The Denver Broncos are bringing in Bryce Callahan. He is reunited with his old defensive coordinator
When the Chicago Bears signed Buster Skrine, the writing was on the wall that they were ready to move on from Bryce Callahan. The fact is that Ryan Pace never seemed anxious to keep him longterm, which shows by placing a low-level tender on him then signing him to a minimum deal last offseason.
This year they did not even hang in the sweepstakes often and found their replacement long before Callahan signed. Still, while it may have been telling that Vic Fangio was not ready to give serious money to Adrian Amos, Pace and Fangio seem to disagree on the value of Callahan.
With the delay in signing, there were questions of his medicals, and that may have reduced the price. While that could have brought the Bears back in for a reunion, you have to wonder how if Callahan did not want to come crawling back to Pace and the Bears for another cheaper than expected deal.
The Bears were consistently firm in their stance that they had a set price for Callahan, and rather than going over it, they were going to find a fit of their own.
It will be interesting to see the details of the contract as they come in, and how much more, or even less it may have been compared to