Bears Free Agency 2012: WR Devin Thomas Signed To 1-Year Contract

The Chicago Bears reportedly liked Devin Thomas coming out of Michigan State in the 2008 NFL Draft, but the team ended up drafting a different receiver -- Earl Bennett -- in the third round, a round after Thomas was selected. On Monday, the Bears brought Thomas to Chicago by signing him to a one-year contract. Though Thomas has been a bit of a bust during his time in the NFL, perhaps the Bears see something in him that once made him a highly touted prospect in the draft.


Related: Johnny Knox Injury: Chicago Bears WR Expect To Start Season On PUP List

Thomas has just 43 catches for 482 yards with three touchdowns during his career. With the status of receiver Johnny Knox uncertain after a horrific injury last season, Thomas was brought in to add depth to the position and maybe contribute some on special teams as a returner.

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