Bears sign Dane Cruikshank

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Defensive back Dane Cruikshank has found a new home for the 2022 season.

Cruikshank’s agent David Canter announced that his client has agreed to a contract with the Bears. No terms of the deal have been announced.

Cruikshank was a Titans fifth-round pick in 2018 and he’s spent the last four seasons with the AFC South team. He started the first four games of his career last season and played 414 defensive snaps, but the majority of his playing time during his career has come on special teams.

Cruikshank had 43 tackles and a forced fumble in 2021 and had 22 tackles and an interception over his first three seasons.

5 responses to “Bears sign Dane Cruikshank

  1. Good job Poles, now we have 2 safeties, still need a guard, a offensive tackle, a linebacker, a corner, punter and a #1 wide receiver…..then we can field a full team.

  2. Adding bodies without game changing talent only serves to further pissing off an already frustrated fan base by fielding hot garbage. Already working on sinking the ship to elevate its draft status the following year.

  3. Poles is definitely prioritizing defense over support for Justin Fields so far during his tenure. Good defense is nice but it doesn’t win games that count anymore. Hoping that the Bears draft is heavy on 0 offense or you have to wonder if the new regime is all-in on Fields after all.

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