The Chicago Bears Sign Prince Amukamara To A One Year Deal | Def Pen
Prince Amukamara
The Chicago Bears continue to beef up their secondary with the addition of Prince Amukamara (Rich Schultz/Getty Images)

The Chicago Bears have been anything but quiet so far in this 2017 offseason. Yesterday, the Bears signed quarterback Mike Glennon, wide receiver Markus Wheaton, tight end Dion Sims, and safety Quintin Demps. It has recently been announced from multiple sources that Prince Amukamara will also be a Bear.

A former first-round draft pick, Amukamara should be a nice, veteran addition to this below average secondary. He played in 14 games (started 12) last season and recorded 49 tackles and 6 passes defended. With the additions of Amukamara and Demps, the Bears secondary will have a much different look as cornerback Kyle Fuller will also return this season after missing all of last season with a knee injury. The financials of the contract have yet to be released, but we do know it is a one year deal.

Details to come.

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