Gafford has appeard in 105 career games, all with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Trevor Gillette and Dax Dellenbach are on Chicago’s radar.
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Fowler has an NFL-ready physique, is highly productive on tape and has the athletic grade to match.
Ducasse has appeared in 63 games with 11 starts over five seasons.
Williams is leaving the Packers after signing a three-year deal with Cleveland.
The free agent rush is over, but there are still some value players available.
Ola’s versatility in the 2014 season literally paid off.
Cutler’s back as quarterback? OK, let’s roll with it as best we can.
Rolle is excited to be a part of a defensive turnaround in Chicago.
John Fox and Ryan Pace aren’t allowing players to do outside media this fall, per a report.
With Cutler on the roster, $10 million of his 2016 base salary has been fully guaranteed.
Chris Conte and Henry Melton have signed with the Bucs.
The Bears had big needs at safety and addressed them by signing Antrel Rolle.
Rolle’s signing adds a playmaker and stabilizing force to a defense that struggled in a big way the past two years. Chicago gave up the two highest point totals the past two years and is undergoing a makeover after a five-win season.
The Bears needed to add speed from the slot, which Royal provides.
The 32-year-old Rolle spent the past five seasons with the Giants.
Royal likely will be a No. 3 receiver in Chicago.
Cutler won’t be traded, despite reports that Chicago was shopping him.
McPhee will serve as the centerpiece of a defense undergoing a rebuild.