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Bears Bring Back Running Back Kevin Jones

The Bears today came to terms with free-agent running back Kevin Jones, who comes back to the team with a two-year deal. Reports say that Jones will get $3.5 million, and will receive a $1 million signing bonus, and $2 million in the first year.

He spent the first four years of his career in Detroit, after being drafted by the Lions in the first round in 2004. In Chicago, Jones carried the ball 34 times for 109 yards last season as a backup to Matt Forte.


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One Response to “Bears Bring Back Running Back Kevin Jones”

  1. Glenn says:

    Bringing back Kevin Jones is a good move. I feel Chicago has received big bang for the buck. He runs and catches well. He can come in and start if he needs to. He volunteered to play special teams this past year. That showed a ton about this guys character. When he wasn’t getting the carries or the PT, K. Jones could have packed it in, but he didn’t. This pro-active attitude coming from a former first round pick is refreshing. Imagine Cedric Benson volunteering for special teams, HA HA!! Let’s remember he was considered one of the better RB’s in the league before his injury.

    Now pretty please with sugar on top, sign safety Roy Williams.

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