Bears Agree to Terms With Roy Williams

The Bears – who have not had a receiver with either 1000 yards or 6 TDs since Marty Booker’s 2001 season – have agreed to terms with former Cowboys wide receiver Roy Williams, as reported by Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times.

Williams’ best season was with then-Lions OC Mike Martz in 2006: 82 receptions, 1310 yards, 16.0 avg, 7 TDs. He was also coached by Bears receivers coach Daryl Drake in college.

The Bears needed this signing bad, after not explaining why they would trade away Cutler’s good friend – and one of the few red zone targets on the team – Greg Olsen and getting no player in return.

UPDATE: This is not a done deal, though will still likely happen. As with the Brandon Stokley agreement – even if it looks like an agreement will happen or even if an agreement has happened, it’s not official until they actually sign.

To see the other receiver who signed with Chicago visit Bears Gab

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