Today the Chicago Bears released S Craig Steltz, the former LSU standout. Steltz made one start last season but was abused. His main contributions came on special teams. Steltz missed most of camp with a groin injury. This is not a real big loss, but if someone is looking for a special teams ace, Steltz […]
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The Chicago Bears have trimmed-down their roster a little more this evening.
The Bears have released safety Craig Steltz, cutting their roster size down to 77 players. Steltz is the third major special teamer to be cut, after Eric Weems and Jordan Senn who was also released today.
Steltz, who was primarily a special teamer in 2013, was at the back of the line to win the safety position...
The Chicago Bears announced the release of veteran S Craig Steltz on Monday.
#Bears have terminated contract of veteran safety Craig Steltz.
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) August 25, 2014
Steltz, 28, signed a one-year contract worth $795,000 with the Bears back in March. He has spent all six of his seasons with Chicago.
Last year, Steltz appeared in all 16 games and recorded...
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Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports the Bears have re-signed safety Craig Steltz to a one-year contract. Steltz's deal is for the veteran minimum amount of $730,000, and he can earn another $65,000 in the form of roster bonuses.Photo by John Martinez Pavliga via WikimediaSteltz underwent surgery in Dec of last year to repair a torn right pectoral tendon when he attempted...
The Chicago Bears announced the signings of safeties Craig Steltz and Danny McCray on Tuesday.
LM: #Bears have agreed to terms on 1-year contracts with safeties Craig Steltz and Danny McCray, who played for Cowboys.
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) March 18, 2014
The Bears continue to overhaul the safety position this offseason, having signed Ryan Mundy and M.D. Jennings earlier...