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Bears Re-Sign a Few of Their Own

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On Monday, the Chicago Bears inked two of their own players to new contracts. Chris Prosinski (29) is a DB who has played across the NFL and will now spend a third year with the Beloved. While he is not a ball hawk and has not logged many starts for Chicago, the coaching staff must have liked what they have seen out of the Wyoming product.

Additionally, the Bears re-signed C.J. Wilson. Once a 7th-round selection for some team to the north, Wilson has likewise logged time with a number of teams. He came to the Bears last season and played in six games (starting one). He did manage to record a sack and single-digit tackles.

No details are presently available for either contract.

Pace clearly has a vision that he is building toward, and it seems like these two veterans are part of that vision, at least for the time being. Chime in below with your thoughts.