He will sign a one-year deal today, which ultimately means one game, unless they resign him this offseason.
Cameron Worrell, who spent four seasons with the Bears and made 28 special-teams tackles in 2006, was placed on injured reserve and waived by the New York Jets in the preseason after a shoulder injury that required surgery 13 weeks ago.
Worrell was spending his time rehabbing with his family in California.
In the picture on the left, he is celebrating Devin Hester’s touchdown return in Super Bowl XLI.
Worrell had this to say about his return:
‘It wasn’t an easy decision, and I wasn’t really pursuing anything. With the Bears, I’m familiar with the system, and I know what is expected. I’ve been through playoff games here, and I know what is at stake.”
Worrell also had this to say:
“I’ve been through the system, I know what I’m doing. I picked it up fairly quickly when I came back. I’m just here to add some depth and do whatever they ask me to do.”