Deal sealed: Chicago Bears welcome another Offensive to the roster…

BREAKING: Chicago Bears Sign Former 1000 Yard Return Specialist, Offensive Weapon For Caleb Williams

It started with the departure of former starter Justin Fields, who was eventually traded to the Pittsburgh Steelers for a third-round pick in the 2025 NFL Draft. Next, it was about Caleb Williams’ selection as the first overall pick and whether or not he would be able to end the Bears’ quarterback curse, as the team hasn’t had a legitimate franchise quarterback since Sid Luckman nearly eight decades ago.

Even though the Bears have already placed Williams in an exceptional and desirable position and developed a strong receiving corps that includes DJ Moore, six-time Pro Bowler Keenan Allen, and Rome Odunze, the ninth overall pick in 2024, they have not yet seen the kind of returns on their largest investment of the millennium.

While Chicago won’t panic about their quarterback—who hasn’t even started a regular-season game or training camp—they have been thinking about adding players to the roster. On Monday, they added legendary tight end Mercedes Lewis, a former member of the Green Bay Packers and Jacksonville Jaguars.

According to Jordan Schultz, the Bears have now signed another player to go along with Williams and their passing attack in addition to their special teams.
Although DeAndre Carter isn’t exactly well-known (yet), ardent football fans will undoubtedly recognize him as one of the league’s most proficient punt and kick returners.

For the Washington Commanders in 2021 and 2022, Carter had his best two seasons to date. Los Angeles Chargers, in that order. In 2021, he recorded over 1000 return yards for the Commanders (the football team at the time). In 2022, he recorded over 500 receiving yards and 836 return yards for the Chargers.

LA Chargers, in that sequence. He went over a thousand yards in return for the Commanders (the football team at the time) in 2021. He had 836 return yards and nearly 500 receiving yards with the Chargers in 2022.
A returner with Pro Bowl potential and the ability to be a role player on offense will be even more valuable to the Bears as they look to win the NFC North division title for the first time since 2018. This is because kickoff rule changes have been implemented to encourage special teams units to run the ball out rather than touchbacks.

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