Equanimeous St. Brown signing with Bears

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The Bears are signing receiver Equanimeous St. Brown, Jeff Howe of TheAthletic.com reports.

St. Brown signed not long after the Bears lost free agent Allen Robinson to the Rams. St. Brown follows Bears offensive coordinator Luke Getsy from Green Bay.

Former Packers offensive lineman Lucas Patrick also signed with the Bears this offseason.

St. Brown was a sixth-round choice of the Packers in 2018, and he played 37 games with 10 starts in his career in Green Bay.

He has 37 receptions for 543 yards and a touchdown in his career, including nine catches for 98 yards last season.

St. Brown has seen action on 846 offensive snaps and 172 on special teams.

11 responses to “Equanimeous St. Brown signing with Bears

  1. Not a big loss. Made a guest appearance on the field every now and then, but spent most of his time on injured reserve. Was initially injured in a preseason game against the Raiders a couple of years back, and then mostly stayed there.

  2. In Chicago, he’ll see how the other half lives.

    We love the Bears, but the team has truly fallen on hard times.

  3. Never as good as he was expected to be. He took a couple of vicious hits that probably hurt him as much mentally as physically. Good luck to him.
    BTW, 5th round is not considered to be an early round by most people.

  4. Bears drafted a nice WR last year who never really saw the field. He is no robinson but hes got potential. Dazz in case yall forgot.

  5. Naw. Not loving this signing. Rather have his brother, but he’ll not be available…

  6. ariani1985 says:
    March 17, 2022 at 7:26 pm
    Another horrible draft pick in the early rounds by the packers.

    6th round pick is an early round pick?

  7. ariani1985 says:

    Another horrible draft pick in the early rounds by the packers.
    Laquan Treadwell he isn’t.

  8. Butter hands. He looked good initially, but is no where near the receiving threat of his little brother in Detroit.

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