Chicago Bears: Discounted free agent corners who can replace Prince Amukamara

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Chicago Bears, Daryl Worley
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Daryl Worley

Could the Bears look at another former Carolina Panther? James Bradberry is currently with the team, but Daryl Worley played there just two seasons ago. Worley is a former third-round pick of the Panthers. In fact, he was taken in the same draft as Bradberry. Worley only lasted two seasons with the Panthers but played for the Raiders in 2018 and 2019.

Worley is not going to break the bank for the Chicago Bears. He earned the most money of his career this past season at a little more than $3 million dollars. Worley has been a starting corner all four years of his career. Could he come in and compete with Kevin Toliver for 2020? Would he push his way into the starting spot here with the Chicago Bears?

Over his four year career, Worley has grabbed five interceptions. He has also averaged 49 solo tackles per season. His numbers are slightly deflated as he only played in 10 games for the Raiders in 2018. He was placed on injured reserve due to a shoulder injury but returned fully healthy in 2019.

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None of these guys outside of maybe Bradberry would be considered a “big” splash in free agency. With bigger names like Logan Ryan and Chris Harris hitting the market, the Bears should look to add one of these cheaper cornerback options quickly before the cornerback market jumps up higher than what the Chicago Bears are about to pay for Prince Amukamara.