Bears Make Two More Signings.

Published April 3, 2018 at 3:17 PM

The Chicago Bears and general manager Ryan Pace made a couple more moves on Tuesday. To start, the team officially announced the re-signing of running back Benny Cunningham. After Cunningham had meetings with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New Orleans Saints, the 27 year old has decided to stay in Chicago. While Cunningham won't be stealing any snaps from Jordan Howard or Tariq Cohen, he has become an important part of the Bears' special teams unit. While not official yet, the Bears are expected to announce the signing of guard Earl Watford, previously of the Arizona Cardinals. The 6'4, 295lb guard had a meeting with the Bears on Monday and Tweeted out "GSH" on Tuesday. Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs confirmed that Watford is set to sign in Chicago. Watford is more of a depth signing and is expected to battle it out with Erik Kush and Jordan Morgan for starts at left guard.

Latest 10 stories