On Friday the Chicago Bears announced that they signed two more wide receivers to reserve/future contracts, Reggie Davis, who played his college ball at Georgia, and Jester Weah, who played collegiately at Pittsburgh.
Davis (6’, 170 pounds) has spent parts of the last two years on the Bears practice squad. He was originally an undrafted free agent of the Falcons in 2017, and Chicago is the fifth team he’s been with.
Weah (6’3”, 209) entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent of the Texans in 2018. He spent 2019 on Washington’s practice squad, and after spend the 2020 offseason with them, he was released.
These additions bring the Bears reserve/future players up to 12 and they are as follows.
WR - Jester Weah
WR - Reggie Davis
WR - Rodney Adams
WR - Thomas Ives
OL - Dieter Eiselen
OL - Badara Traore
TE - Jesper Horsted
DB - Marqui Christian
DB - Xavier Crawford
DB - Teez Tabor
DL - LaCale London
LB - Ledarius Mack
In other Bears roster news, quarterback Kyle Sloter, who ended the 2020 season on the Bears practice squad, was signed to a reserve/future contract by the Raiders.
Also, defensive lineman Mario Edwards Jr., who is set to be a free agent, was suspended 2 games for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances.