According to multiple reports around the interwebs, the Dallas Cowboys are expected to bring back special teams ace Danny McCray, who previously played for the team from 2010 to 2013:
#Cowboys are bringing back safety Danny McCray. Led the team in ST tackles in 2010 & 2011 and gives them some needed depth at the position.
— Jordan Ross (@TheJordanRoss) May 14, 2015
More than a few groans were probably heard across the city when the Chicago Bears hinted at starting Chris Conte at safety. Here is why they will.
Brock Vereen and Danny McCray failed to make impact
The simplest explanation is nobody else on the depth chart did enough to warrant taking the job away from him. Danny McCray started most of the preseason at the free safety slot. ...
The Chicago Bears have agreed to one-year deals with safeties Craig Steltz and Danny McCray.
McCray has spent the last four seasons with the Dallas Cowboys. He has served primarily as a backup but did start 10 games at strong safety in 2012.
Steltz has spent his entire six-year career in Chicago. He’s served as a backup and special teams player racking up 73 tackles in his career...
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...