The Chicago Bears have been active in the unrestricted free agent market after the 2012 NFL Draft, and on Wednesday the Bears agreed to terms with defensive end Josh Biezuns from the University of Wyoming, according to WyomingNews.com. The 6-foot-1, 257-pound defender was named to the All-Mountain West Second-Team in 2010 and 2011, and he played multiple positions on the Cowboys' defense, including DE and LB. Biezuns was a three-year starter for Wyoming and he recorded 63 tackles and five sacks and five forced fumbles this past season.
The Bears are still looking for depth along the defensive line, so Biezuns will certainly have an opportunity to find his way onto the practice squad and perhaps even make the jump onto an NFL roster if he can establish a role as a special teams player.
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