Bears re-signing Isaiah Irving to one-year deal

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The Bears are bringing back linebacker Isaiah Irving on a one-year deal, Kevin Fishbain of TheAthletic.com reports.

Fishbain adds that Irving had interest elsewhere but chose to return.

Irving, 25, spent his first three seasons in Chicago.

He has played 33 games, mostly on special teams. Irving has played 285 career snaps on defense and 430 on special teams.

Irving has 27 tackles, four quarterback hits and a sack in his career.

Last season, Irving made 14 tackles in 13 games.

5 responses to “Bears re-signing Isaiah Irving to one-year deal

  1. Wow, 27 while tackles in three years? Doesn’t exactly strike fear in opposing offenses…..

  2. 53 man rosters. Not everyone is an all star. Special teams and roster depth is an actual thing for those of you ridiculing this signing.

  3. They should have gave Jimmy Graham way less money and signed Nick Kwaitkoski to a one year.

  4. Jimmy Graham better have 10+ TDs in 2020 for that contract.

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