The Chicago Bears made a couple more minor moves on the second day of NFL free agency, adding some secondary help as well as officially announcing the moves that were all known yesterday.
They started the day by adding Prince Amukamara, the former Giant and Jaguar. Amukamara has had trouble staying healthy and has seven career interceptions but he at least adds a solid veteran presence to a defensive backfield sorely lacking in talent.
The Bears also re-signed kicker Conner Barth to another one-year deal.
Not exactly a banner day but they added some more depth.
Ryan Pace met with the media before they officially introduced quarterback Mike Glennon, safety Quintin Demps and wide receiver Markus Wheaton.
Here is some more on the official Glennon news.
What are you thinking through two days of free agency? What do you like, what do you hate and more importantly, who should they be targeting next?
Cornerback Marcus Cooper is in Chicago visiting Bears. He's been linked to Jets, and Steelers have been in contact, too.— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) March 11, 2017
Tackle Tom Compton, most recently of the Falcons, will be signing with the Bears according to a league source— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) March 11, 2017