Chicago Bears Give One Year Deal To Injured Tight End
In one of the classiest moves this off season, the Chicago Bears signed injured tight end to a one year deal.
The off season for the NFL has seen new rules for players kneeling for the National Anthem. One feel good story is according to Yahoo Sports, the Chicago Bears have signed injured tight end Zach Miller to a one year deal.
Zach Miller was injured in a game against the New Orleans Saints last season attempting a touchdown catch. He suffered an injury to his knee so severe that it almost required amputation.
More than likely he will never play again which makes this a nice for the Bears. Taking care of a player who may never play for them again. Classy move for the team moving forward.
The Bears will open their regular season in Green Bay against the Packers on Sunday Night, September 9th. The first home game of the season at Soldier Field will be a Monday Night game against the Seahawks on September 17th.
Their first preseason game will be against the Baltimore Ravens in the Annual Hall Of Fame game in Canton, Ohio on August 2nd.