The Bears have signed one of their defensive reserves and special teams contributors to a new deal.
Chicago has extended linebacker DeDe Lattimore’s contract through 2016, the team said Friday.
Lattimore appeared in 10 games for Chicago in 2014, notching five special teams tackles, per club statistics. A South Florida product, Lattimore signed with the Bears as an undrafted free agent last May. Lattimore turned 24 on Friday.
The Bears also made a coaching staff move Friday, retaining wide receivers coach Mike Groh, the team said. He has served as Chicago’s receivers coach the last two years. He previously was an assistant at the University of Alabama.