Bears re-sign Ryan Nall

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The Bears have reached agreement with running back Ryan Nall, Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports.

Nall was scheduled to become an exclusive rights free agent.

David Montgomery, Tarik Cohen and Artavis Pierce lead the running back group under new position coach Michael Pitre.

Nall, 25, was used sparingly as a running back, seeing only 68 offensive snaps in 2020, but he became a core special teams player. In 16 games, Nall played 294 special teams snaps.

He finished the season with three rushes for no yards and eight receptions for 67 yards and a touchdown.

Nall joined the Bears in 2018 as an undrafted free agent out of Oregon State and played in eight games in 2019.

5 responses to “Bears re-sign Ryan Nall

  1. Strong move Bears. Really excited to hear our fourth running back is safely signed, sealed and delivered.

    Ryan Pace, take Friday off.

  2. The FIRST FRANCHISE QB to ever wanna play for the Bears might be available and Ryan Pace felt compelled to make sure Ryan Nall is under contract first.

    Ryan Pace is the Pee Wee Herman of GM’s.

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