The Chicago Bears have finalized contracts with four free agents after a busy first day on the market, starting with a three-year contract for new quarterback Mike Glennon.
The Bears also signed safety Quintin Demps from Houston and tight end Dion Sims from Miami to three-year deals, and wide receiver Markus Wheaton from Pittsburgh to a two-year contract.
Glennon left Tampa Bay for a front-loaded deal with a reported $18.5 million guaranteed from the Bears, who released quarterback Jay Cutler after eight seasons as their starter.
Glennon had a decent rookie year for the Buccaneers before losing his job to Josh McCown and then No. 1 overall pick Jameis Winston.