Bears agree to one-year extension with Equanimeous St. Brown

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The Bears will keep one of their receivers around for next season.

According to Kevin Fishbain of, the Bears have agreed to a one-year contract extension with Equanimeous St. Brown.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media adds the deal is worth $1.25 million.

St. Brown has started 15 games for the Bears this season, recording 20 catches for 320 yards with one touchdown. He’s also rushed six times for 54 yards.

St. Brown is third on the team in receiving yards.

Originally a sixth-round pick of the Packers in 2018, St. Brown has 57 receptions for 863 yards with two TDs in 52 games with 25 starts.

6 responses to “Bears agree to one-year extension with Equanimeous St. Brown

  1. He’s a solid blocker. Good deal. Bears still have $118M left to spend.

  2. He has a fun show with his brother Amon-Ra. Of course, Eq wasn’t terribly interested in rehashing the 41-10 beat down they took last week. LOL

  3. Nice to see them reward him, his drop on 4th down while the Bears were driving vs Miami in the 4th quarter helped them get a top 2 pick

  4. Both the St. Brown brothers are decent receivers. Now draft a #1 WR and hopefully Claypool turns out to be a solid #2. The next thing that needs to happen is teach Fields how to read the defense and complete passes!!!

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