According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, wide receiver Josh Bellamy is headed to New York to join the Jets:
Bellamy has been with the Bears since 2014, when he came over from Washington. Unfortunately, or perhaps, unfairly, he was mostly known for being an unreliable receiver. On the depth-plagued Bears in the John Fox era he became a an easy target for criticism for many fans.
However, he was a very good special teamer and was a core guy on that unit. As a receiver he had 76 catches for 999 yards and five TDs in just 14 starts and 67 games in Chicago.
According to NFL Game Stats and Information, had three special teams tackles and 14 catches on 25 targets for 114 yards and a touchdown last season. He also returned one kick for 15 yards.
In the playoff game against the Eagles he caught one pass for 34 yards and returned two kicks for 30 yards.
What will you remember most about Bellamy? Will the team miss him on special teams?