"6'7", 324 pounds?! Get on my team!"
Releasing Nathan Enderle gave the Bears a second 90-man roster slot to go with the one freed up by the releasing of Mansfield Wrotto. Friday, the team filled those two voids by signing offensive tackle Cory Brandon and cornerback Cornelius Brown.
Brown is a former 2010 UDFA who spent some time with the Bears in camp, but caught on instead with the Colts practice squad - he played ten games on the active roster in 2010, but was released in final cuts last season.
Brandon signed with the Buccaneers as an UDFA in 2011 but didn't make the team, nor did he sign on with another club.
Not really a whole lot to get excited about over here, as Brown isn't practice-squad eligible, and Brandon is a big guy but there might not be much there beyond his size. The two apparently stood out in veteran minicamp, which they were invited to on a tryout basis.