Bears sign two, waive two

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  1. The Newsman

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    Running back Senorise Perry and safety Marcus Trice made enough of an impression on the staff during tryouts at last weekend’s three-day rookie minicamp that the Chicago Bears signed both players, while waiving punter Drew Butler and running back Willie Carter in corresponding roster moves. Perry played in 46 games over four years at Louisville, rushing for 1,409 yards and 18 touchdowns. Perry also contributed heavily on special teams in college with a blocked punt and 513 yards on 22 kickoff returns.

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    Was really hoping Andre McDonald would get a contract. Kid can block.
     
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    It's still not over, isn't it?
     
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    If you haven't watched youtube highlights of the two guys they signed, it's worth the time to check them out. They look promising to my amateur eyes. One thing is for sure, neither of them are afraid of contact.
     
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