Last week the Chicago Bears started to add to their offseason roster by signing a number of players to reserve/futures contracts. They added nine in total since January 3rd, and today they inked a tenth, but this one has had extensive NFL experience.
Former New York Giants’ 2nd round draft pick Rueben Randle will be a part of the Bears program this offseason, as he becomes the latest added on a reserve/futures deal.
Randle has appeared in 64 career games with 33 starts from 2012 to 2015 with the Giants. He had 188 receptions for 2,644 yards (14.1 avg), with 20 touchdowns. The 25 year old had his best season in 2014 when he had 71 catches for 938 yards and 3 TDs, while starting 13 of 16 games. He followed that season up by starting all 16 games, and grabbing 57 balls for 797 yards and 8 TDs.
The Philadelphia Eagles signed him in 2016, but released him before the season started.
Can Randle revive his career in the Windy City?
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