The Chicago Bears have made an under-the-radar signing on offense a few days after the 2020 NFL Draft.
Just days removed from the 2020 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears got back to work with their roster construction. General manager Ryan Pace has brought in another veteran free agent. This time, it’s wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr., formerly of the New Orleans Saints.
Going into the draft, the Bears had to come away with a speedy wideout. In the fifth round, Pace traded up to grab Darnell Mooney out of Tulane, who could be a long-term answer in that field stretching role.