By Chris Emma–

(CBS) With the first haul of free agency in before the weekend, general manager Ryan Pace continued his work Saturday by adding more to his Bears roster.

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Saturday brought the signings of receiver Kendall Wright and tackle Tom Compton to one-year deals, as the Bears made the moves official in the evening.

Wright, 27, has played five NFL seasons with the Titans. He set a franchise record with 94 receptions in 2013. In his career, he has 280 catches and 18 touchdowns. Wright joins a receiving group that also signed Markus Wheaton on Friday.

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Compton, also 27, is expected to play the role of swing tackle for the Bears. He’s made 10 starts over five NFL seasons, playing 16 games as a sub last season with the Falcons.

The Bears also re-signed cornerback Johnthan Banks and put pen to paper with cornerback Prince Amukamara on Saturday. The team also hosted free agent Cordarrelle Patterson, a source said.

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Chris Emma covers the Bears, Chicago’s sports scene and more for CBSChicago.com. Follow him on Twitter @CEmma670 and like his Facebook page.