Bears signing Tashaun Gipson to one-year deal

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The Bears are signing safety Tashaun Gipson to a one-year deal, according to a PFT source.

The Texans cut him earlier this week, a year after signing him to a three-year, $22.5 million contract.

He started 14 games for Houston last season, going on injured reserve late in the regular season with a back injury.

Gipson, 29, spent his first four seasons with the Browns, and the next three with the Jaguars.

In eight seasons, Gipson has 450 tackles, 23 interceptions and 47 pass breakups.

6 responses to “Bears signing Tashaun Gipson to one-year deal

  1. Finally cc a Strong Safety and a lot of decent CB’s choices. Skiles is a extra Cover in passing downs.

  2. Everything is starting to shape up on paper… we gotta get some competition going on the finalize a depth chart!! Oh… we’re having a TE fire sale, take any one you want except Harris, Graham, & Kmet…

  3. The Bears defense is going to be ridiculous if they stay healthy. I hope Foles shines, the Bears are due to be great again.

  4. Excellent, now when teams have to cut down go get some decent O line help !

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