Byron Pringle headed to Chicago

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The Bears lost free agent receiver Allen Robinson to the Rams on Thursday. They since have agreed to terms with two receivers as they seek to replace him.

Earlier, former Packers receiver Equanimeous St. Brown agreed to terms with the Bears. Now, Byron Pringle is joining him in Chicago.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports Pringle will sign a one-year, $6 million deal that includes $4 million guaranteed.

General Manager Ryan Poles is familiar with Pringle from their time together with the Chiefs.

Pringle caught 42 passes for 568 yards and five touchdowns in 17 games last season.

Darnell Mooney and Dazz Newsome are the only other receivers on the Bears’ roster who caught a pass last season. So Poles still has work to do at the position.

13 responses to “Byron Pringle headed to Chicago

  1. Justin Fields will be like Aaron Rodger once. “You can’t get me some help?”

  2. Beats giving this kid no shot. Add a porous offensive and it’s no wonder they haven’t won anything in forever.

  3. This a chiefs fan loved Pringle. Easily their 3rd best WR but has #2 potential. Just stuck behind and all pro and a. 1st round pick in KC. He’s physical, has good hands and just plays hard. He’s a little loose with the ball but seems like a good dude. Wish him well!

  4. I know my Lions history, but man the Bears no matter whos in charge there offense always sucks. Was scary when they signed Cutler and got Marshall I thought they were figuring it out, but no. Always a good defense was wasted with poor offensive players.

  5. Upgrading the Oline is going to happen right ? Maybe you should hire another coach or front office personnel because to me that’s all you’ve been doing !!!

  6. Congratulations Byron Pringle. Chicago is getting a good one. Sure we wish we could have kept you in KC

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