Brandon Minor among 12 Bears undrafted free agents

The Chicago Bears announced today that they’ve come to terms with 12 undrafted free agents.

Among the players signed by the Bears is Brandon Minor, a running back from Michigan who was productive when healthy but missed a lot of time with injuries.

The other 11 new Bears are Bowling Green wide receiver Freddie Barnes, UTEP cornerback Cornelius Brown, Montana offensive tackle Levi Horn, Michigan wide receiver Greg Mathews, Indiana linebacker Matt Mayberry, Nicholls State wide receiver Antonio Robinson, Texas A&M-Kingsville defensive tackle Jimmy Saddler-McQueen, Northern Iowa safety Quentin Scott, Nebraska defensive end Barry Turner, Colorado State center Tim Walter and Ohio State defensive end Lawrence Wilson.

The Bears also invited former Illinois quarterback Juice Williams, a good athlete with an inaccurate arm, to attend the team’s upcoming minicamp on a tryout basis.

6 responses to “Brandon Minor among 12 Bears undrafted free agents

  1. im most looking forward to how Greg Matthews will do.
    hes a big, fast target who suffered production drops mainly because of a lack of quarterback and a new offensive system once Richie Rod arrived.
    Matthews can play. I hope he sticks with the Bears. Hes better than that stiff Jauquin Iglesias they wasted a pick on last year.

  2. Freddie will have a great season… he has amazing hands very few drops as you could tell from being the reciever with the most catches in the NCAA
    all the teams were stupid to pass on him. so show all of them up freddie
    Good luck Freddie
    BGSU student- A Bailey

  3. Winner!!!!
    With an attempt to be clever but failed miserably…
    feddzzeaux says:
    April 27, 2010 3:54 PM
    So the Bears got a ‘Major’ and a ‘Minor’ this week?

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