Jaguars WR Robinson to sign with Bears

Jaguars WR Robinson to sign with Bears

Jaguars WR Robinson to sign with Bears

Much has been written about the Bears' fascination with Robinson, who's coming off ACL surgery on his left knee after making one catch in the Jaguars' opener last season.

And they still might not, because reports Tuesday morning had Watkins agreeing to three years for $48 million with the Chiefs.

Robinson also expressed interest in moving to Chicago. That means the Bears can match any offer from other teams, but won't receive compensation if they choose to not sign either player.

Through his first three offseasons Pace's free-agent track record isn't good. An accrued season is one in which the player is on a team's active roster for at least six games.

Bellamy went undrafted out of Louisville in 2012 and did not have an accrued season in his first three years in the league.

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Just one Bears wide receiver - Kendall Wright, who is a free agent - caught more than 24 passes in 2017.

There were high hopes that the Indianapolis Colts might land the top pass catcher available in free agency but it seems Allen Robinson has gone a different path while finding a new home.

The Bears have nobody who can blow to the top off the defense, nobody who scares other secondaries, nobody who opens up other areas that makes teammates more productive.

Here's an updated and running look at the Chicago Bears' 2018 Free Agency Big Board that Bears Wire posted before the legal tampering period began on Monday.

The Bears won't tender long snapper Patrick Scales, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. This is a vulnerable spot for them but the team has a ton of cap space and could be letting him set his own market. The veteran missed all of 2017 with a torn ACL. Andrew DePaola was the Bears' long-snapper a year ago but is unrestricted.

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