This is more of a depth/special teams move than anything.
The Bears found the other bookend on their defensive line.
The Bears have now signed two defensive ends in free agency.
Hixon only had 55 receiving yards last year after recording 567 yards in 2012.
Charles Tillman is still on the open market and in play for the Bears.
Chicago wants Jared Allen if the price is right.
Lamarr Houston and Henry Melton played together at Texas. Now Houston wants to play together in Chicago.
McCown has reportedly agreed to a two-year, $10-million deal with Tampa Bay.
Jennings signed a one-year contract after playing for the Packers last year.
Bears fans should have cautious optimism, as Phil Emery had to make moves of some sort.
Houston has the versatility and read-and-react skills the Bears coveted.
Houston wants to play “nasty, in-your-face football.”
Williams signed a one-year deal and could be in line to start at middle linebacker.
The guys will lots of free agency, the Michael Bush cut and speculate why Dante Rosario could’ve gotten released so quickly.
The Bears parted ways with tight end Rosario just 12 days after re-signing him.
Michael Johnson leads the crop of defensive ends who appear to be hitting the open market.
At least one oddsmaker has the Packers as the NFC North favorites with 10 wins.
Bennett is reportedly getting a four-year, $34-million deal.
Williams played in six games before getting hurt last year.
The Bears are reportedly offering Bennett more money, but the Seahawks have his attention.