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Kyle Fuller Bears

Spending big in free agency doesn’t necessarily translate to winning big on the field, but for a team with as many holes as the Chicago Bears, it provides hope for better days ahead.

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The Bears active off-season continued Friday when the club matched Green Bay’s offer to transition free agent corner back Kyle Fuller, thereby maintaining continuity in the secondary. Though the Bears were allowed up to five business days under NFL guidelines to decide what to do, they took mere hours to equal the Packers offer and later agreed to a four-year deal with Fuller worth $18 million in guaranteed money.

Fuller’s situation was one of the key headlines during the offseason and credit must be given to Chicago General Manager Ryan Pace for keeping one of the Bears top defenders. Along with the re-signing earlier this week of fellow corner Prince Amukamara, Chicago returns its starting corners that turned in surprisingly solid 2017 seasons. READ MORE