The Chicago Bears are re-signing starting cornerback Tracy Porter to a reported 3 year deal worth $16.5 million. Last season Porter played on a 1 year deal worth $870,000, so we can assume the Bears were very happy with his 2015 play. He started 13 of the 14 games he played in last year making 1 interception, defending 12 passes and forcing 1 fumble. He added 35 tackles.
The Bears are also bringing back running back Jacquizz Rodgers who played in 5 games last year before going on IR with an injured arm. He rushed 14 times for 41 yards (2.9 ypc) with one reception for 10 yards last year. He also had four special teams tackles, a 15 yard kickoff return and he recovered an opponent's muffed punt. With Matt Forte off to the New York Jets, Rodgers will be in the mix at running back with Jeremy Langford and Ka'Deem Carey.
Also returning to the Bears is offensive lineman Nick Becton. Here's what the Bears' press release had to say about Becton.
Becton has appeared in six games during his NFL career with San Diego (2013) and Chicago (2015). He saw action in five contests with the Bears on special teams last season.
What are your thoughts on these 3 re-signings?