Bears Have A Busy First Day In Free Agency

They have agreed to deals with four players on the first day.

LAKE FOREST - The Bears attacked in the first hours of free agency Thursday reportedly agreeing to deals with four players.

One is former Buccaneers quarterback Mike Glennon. He started multiple games in 2013 and 2014 before losing the starters job to Jameis Winston. He served as Winston's backup the last two seasons.  He appeared in only two games in 2016 passing for 75 yards and one touchdown. His best season was 2013 when he passed for 2,608 yards and 19 touchdowns with nine interceptions.

The Bears also have a deal with safety Quintin Demps. Last season with the Texans he had six interceptions. That's only two fewer than the entire Bears roster had. Demps will turn 32 in June. He has also played for the Eagles, the Chiefs and the Giants in his career.

The Bears have an agreement with former Dolphins tight end Dion Sims. The 26 year old had is better known for his blocking, but he did have 26 receptions and four touchdown catches last season.

And the Bears reportedly have a deal with former Steelers receiver Markus Wheaton. He was limited to only three games last season because of a shoulder in jury. In 2015 he had 44 receptions for 749 yards and five touchdowns. In 2014 he had 53 receptions.


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