The Chicago Bears made two moves today, first up...
#Bears have signed CB Al Louis-Jean to 2-year contract; he appeared in 9 games as undrafted rookie in '14, recording 11 tackles.— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) February 4, 2015
Twenty one year old, Al Louis-Jean, has the type of length (6'1") and athleticism teams covet at corner back. The Bears signed him as an undrafted free agent last year out of Boston College.
Here'a a clip of him working out prior to his pro day last year.
The Chicago Bears also made a move to their coaching staff.
#Bears have also hired Rick Perry as their assistant strength coach; he has over 20 years experience in field at collegiate level.— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) February 4, 2015
The last 5 years, Perry was the director of strength and conditioning at Central Michigan University. During that time, Perry not only worked with the football team, but he organized the strength and conditioning efforts for all 16 CMU athletic programs.
What are your thoughts on these latest moves?