The Bears signed defensive lineman Trevon Corey and cornerback DaVonte Harris on Friday.
Chicago waived defensive tackle Auzoya Alfohai and safety John Alexander to open up a 90-man roster.
Corey, 28, has played in 44 games (31 starts) for the Cleveland Browns (2017-18), Indianapolis Colts (2019), and Arizona Cardinals (2020). He has 100 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 2 fumble recoveries and 1 safety.
Harris, 27, was named in his fifth round for Cincinnati in 2018 and has played in his 36 games (9 starts) with the Bengals (2018), Denver Broncos (2019-20) and Baltimore Ravens. ) with 59 tackles and one forced fumble. (2020), Los Angeles He Chargers (2021), San Francisco 49ers (2021).
Alfoy, 25, said he signed with Chicago in September 2021 and spent part of last season on the practice team. He appeared in his 3 games with the Houston Texans in his 2020.
Alexander, 22, joined the Bears from Charlotte in May as an undrafted freelancer.
– Field Level Media