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According to the NFL Network, tight end Martellus Bennett has agreed to terms with the Chicago Bears.
Coach Marc Trestman struck fast, getting an athletic and versatile tight end for his multiple offense.
Bennett was buried behind Jason Witten in Dallas before going to the New York Giants in 2012.
Bennett displayed enough to become one of the top free agent tight ends on the market. In 2012, he had 55 receptions for 626 yards and 5 touchdowns.
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The Chicago Bears have released tight end Kellen Davis.
The Bears announced the move Wednesday, one day after signing versatile tight end Martellus Bennett away from the New York Giants. Bennett spent one year with the Giants and had career highs with 55 receptions, 626 yards and five touchdowns.
Davis appeared in all 80 games with 35 starts over five seasons for the Bears. He...
Updating a previous story on free agent tight end Kellen Davis from earlier today, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com now reports via Twitter that the recently released Davis is scheduled to visit with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday. An earlier report said that the Steelers had interest.
Davis was released by the Chicago Bears on Wednesday along with former Steelers tight end Matt Spaeth...
The Chicago Bears need cap space and GM Phil Emery is putting heads on the chopping block. Next up, tight end Matt Spaeth and nose tackle Matt Toeaina, both of whom the team released today.
The Chicago Bears are finalizing a five-year deal with left tackle Jermon Bushrod. Bushrod developed under current Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer while the two were together in New Orleans.
Here's a quick breakdown of the good and the bad from the opening day of free agency in the NFL: Great: Bears sign TE Martellus Bennett to a four-year, $20 million contract -- Chicago gets a vastly underrated all-around tight end for a relatively fair deal. As long as Bennett plays the way he did in 2012 with the Giants, this will pay off for the Bears. Terrible: Bears...
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GM Phil Emery followed up his amazing opening act last season with an equally impressive performance in the first few hours of this year’s free agency period.
About 60 minutes after the opening bell, former Giants tight end Martellus Bennett was watching the ink dry on his new four-year deal with the Bears. The terms of Bennett’s contract have not...
A highlight reel of new Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett.