The Chicago Bears and general manager Ryan Pace did a little bit of paper work this morning.
ESPN's Field Yates reports that the Bears have pulled the classic contract conversion with Jimmy Graham for some cap space.
Yates reports that the Bears have converted $5.825million of Graham's salary into signing bonus which gives them $4.6million in cap space.
The team also added 4 void years to the contract.
Could the Bears finally be looking to sign one of the recently released CB's?
More details to come.
The Bears converted $5.825M of TE Jimmy Graham's salary into a signing bonus, creating $4.66M in cap space (with four void years added as well). The Raiders converted $2.51M of DE Carl Nassib's salary into a signing bonus, creating $2.008M in cap space.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) September 7, 2021