Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports on Twitter that the Chicago Bears will sign linebacker Marcus Buggs to the practice squad but he won't replace linebacker Hunter Hillenmeyer, who was placed on injured reserve on Tuesday.
#Bears will sign LB Marcus Buggs to the practice squad tomorrow. Buggs spent previous 2 seasons in Buffalo & comes from Vandy.
That does not answer who #Bears are signing to replace Hunter Hillenmeyer but signs pointing to Rod Wilson at this point. Stay tuned.
Biggs writes on ChicagoBreakingSports.com that the Bears will work out Rod Wilson on Wednesday after working out other potential linebackers on Tuesday.
According to a source, the team will bring in Rod Wilson for a tryout on Wednesday at Halas Hall. Wilson was a seventh-round pick by the club in 2005 and spent three seasons with the team, appearing in 28 games. Wilson, who was one of the final cuts by the Jacksonville Jaguars this season, appeared mostly on special teams. He spent the previous two seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Tribune reported earlier that the Bears had four linebackers in for a tryout today: Marcus Buggs, Blaze Soares, Nate Triplett and Donovan Woods.