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The Chicago Bears announced that they have reached agreement on a four-year contract with fourth round tight end Evan Rodriguez. The 6-foot-2, 239-pound Rodriguez caught 69 passes for 871 yards and seven touchdowns during his 37-game career at Temple. The undersized Rodriguez ran a 4.58-40 with a 36" vertical leap and 9'11" broad jump at the 2012 Scouting Combine. Rodriguez is expected to be used as a fullback/"move" tight end, lining up in the slot as a No. 2 tight end behind projected starter Kellen Davis. Financial details were not disclosed, but Rodriguez's four-year contract is projected to be worth $2.545 million with a signing bonus of around $445,000. Source: Mac's Football Blog
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Tight end Evan Rodriguez was selected by the Chicago Bears in the fourth-round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
The 6'2" Rodriguez played fullback, H-back and tight end during his time at Temple University.
He reeled in 69 passes for 871 yards and seven receiving touchdowns in 37 games at Temple.
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