5 Chicago Bears free agents least likely to re-sign in Chicago
3. Ryan Poles must restrain from re-signing Byron Pringle
The Chicago Bears signing Byron Pringle obviously stemmed from Ryan Poles. He signed Pringle as a UDFA when he was with the Chiefs and was probably excited to give him a free agency deal, the first big deal for Pringle.
Still, the deal was a flop. Pringle got paid more than Dante Pettis and Equanimeous St. Brown and could not even beat them out for playing time. To be fair, an injury derailed the start of his season.
Still, he was back by week 10 and still did nothing for over two months to close out the season. The Chicago Bears already re-signed St. Brown. So, he joins Velus Jones, Darnell Mooney, and Chase Claypool as four wideouts on the team next year.
With only five or six guys they just need one or two more names. They cannot waste one of those spots on someone like Byron Pringle. It is time to move on.