One day after trading Jared Allen to the Carolina Panthers and Jonathan Bostic to the New England Patriots, the Chicago Bears have signed safety Chris Prosinski and linebacker LaRoy Reynold. The also waived safety Brock Vereen.
From the Chicago Bears press release:
Prosinski has appeared in 56 games with nine starts over four seasons with Jacksonville (2011-14) and Philadelphia (2014), collecting 73 tackles, one TFL, one interception and six pass break-ups. On special teams Prosinski has recorded 27 tackles and one fumble recovery. Listed at 6-2, 208-pounds, the Buffalo, Wyoming native was originally a fourth round selection (121st overall) of the Jaguars in the 2011 NFL Draft out of the University of Wyoming.
Reynolds has appeared in 30 games with three starts over three seasons in Jacksonville (2013-15), producing 22 tackles, one TFL and one pass break-up. On special teams he has gathered 18 tackles and 1 fumble recovery. Listed at 6-1, 240-pounds the Norfolk, Virginia native entered the NFL in 2013 as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Virginia.
Brock Vereen was a 4th round draft pick in 2014 by Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery, and made little impact in his 19 appearances since then.
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