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.
Frey will likely compete with the likes of Kelvin Hayden, Jonathan Wilhite and fellow draft pick Greg McCoy for playing time behind starters Charles Tillman and Tim Jennings.
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