It’s a sad day for a Chicago Bear fan.
Former Pro Bowl safety and star of the Bears defense Mike Brown signed a contract with the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Bears showed no interest in bringing back the injury prone Mike Brown.
Brown is the Bears’ all-time leader in defensive touchdowns with seven.
Brown had 99 starts, 629 tackles, and 17 interceptions in his nine seasons with the Bears.
Last season he started 15 games last season the most he’s played in a long time before going on the injured reserve with a calf injury.
What will his role be with the Chiefs?
The nine year veteran will join the Chiefs facing some competition at the safety position.
Bernard Pollard and Jarrad Page are the two Kansas City Cheifs safeties and Mike Brown will have to work hard to beat one of them out.
I know Brown, 31, has lost a step, but he is still a very good player.
He can win the job as long as he stays healthy.
I wish him nothing but luck this season.
I still think Bears fans wanted to see him back this season, but I’m glad to see Kansas City make this move.