The Bears didn’t wait long to fill a void created by a free agent departure, adding to their offensive line.
After losing Lance Louis to the Dolphins this week, they moved quickly to reach a one-year deal with former Jets guard Matt Slauson, according to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune.
Slauson started the last three seasons for the Jets.
Along with early pickup Jermon Bushrod, the Bears have added two quality starters for the left side of the line, which should help keep quarterback Jay Cutler happy. Or at least happier.