In search of so as to add more depth at a shallow place, the Bears will attempt to convert a wide receiver to tight end.
The workforce signed Princeton alum Jesper Horsted on Monday morning, slicing former Northwestern offensive lineman Tommy Doles to make room.
They listed Horsted — who was a receiver at Princeton — as a decent finish. Earlier than turning into an undrafted free agent, Horsted set Princeton data with 196 career catches and 28 touchdowns. No participant in program historical past had ever reached 20 touchdowns catches.
The 6-4, 225-pounder was invited to the East-West Shrine Recreation however not the NFL Scouting Combine.
The Bears have tight ends Trey Burton, Adam Shaheen and Ben Braunecker returning, but are seeking depth beyond them. The group signed Utah State’s Dax Raymond and Cal’s Ian Bunting after the draft.