On Thursday, the Bears added some depth in offense and defense by signing up  Daniel Thomas to an one-year accord after trying out for the team earlier in the week.

The ex second-round pick spent his initial four seasons as a Dolphin. He scrambled for 1,480 yards and 10 touchdowns in four years in Miami. The running back has additionally ended up being a service able pass catcher out of the backfield with 55 catches for 412 yards and three touchdowns.

For is defense, Chicago also signed previous Panthers second-round pick security Sherrod Martin to a 1-year bargain. Martin played for the Jaguars last season, where he recorded 13 tackles and one interception.

Furthermore, the Bears declared that they have waived kicker Jeremiah Detmer, quarterback Pat Devlin and tight end Jacob Maxwell.

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