Bears Make Big Splash, Sign Three-Time Super Bowl Champ
After a difficult season, the Chicago Bears are making a significant move this week.
To try to win their first game of 2023, the Bears are bringing in seasoned defensive backs.
Duron Harmon, a safety from the Baltimore Ravens practice squad, was added to the Chicago Bears' roster.
In his first seven years, Harmon, a third-round pick in 2013, helped the Patriots win three Super Bowls.
The Bears made the substitution as long as injuries persisted for safety Eddie Jackson, cornerback Jaylon Johnson, and nickel cornerback Kyler Gordon.
The Bears' defensive back injuries are just one problem for a team that hasn't experienced victory in more than a year.
Veteran Harmon has started 78 of 161 games over his 11-year career.
Last season, Harmon appeared in 17 games with the Las Vegas Raiders, recording 86 tackles and two interceptions.
There were two forced fumbles, five pass breakups, and one recovered for a touchdown.