The Chicago Bears and the team's 2012 sixth-round draft pick, cornerback Isaiah Frey, have agreed to a four-year contract, as the team announced on Wednesday. Frey is expected to give the team some additional depth at a position that wasn't a strength for Chicago last season.
A first-team all-WAC selection from Nevada in 2012, Frey led the team with five interceptions in his senior season with the Wolfpack. Over his four-year career with Nevada, he had 141 tackles, 38 passes defended, seven interceptions and two forced fumbles.
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