The Bears secondary now has a a former two time all-pro safety, as Antrel Rolle has agreed to a terms with the Chicago Bears on a three-year deal worth 11.25 million dollars, per ESPN’s Adam Scheter. Rolle will bolster the Bears secondary, as he will join Kyle Fuller and Tim Jennings there after the team lost safety Chris Conte to free agency.
Antrel Rolle has signed a 3-year deal with the Bears for $11,25 million, including $5 million guaranteed, per @drewrosenhaus.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 12, 2015
Bears corner Tim Jennings has already welcomed Rolle to Chicago, via Twitter.
— Tim Jennings (@HennOrJenn26) March 12, 2015
R0lle has also been a good guy and teammate in the locker room. Which the Bears were in search of. The Bears also signed wide receiver Eddie Royal today, and are expected to possibly make some other moves to help them out after trading Brandon Marshall.
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