They had 72 players on their roster before Sunday, adding those 11 players puts them at 83 at the moment. They’re allowed to have 90 players at this time.
The 11 undrafted free agents who inked deals with the Bears were: Wyoming running back Alvester Alexander, Troy offensive tackle James Brown, Old Dominion defensive tackle Ronnie Cameron, Louisiana Tech linebacker Adrien Cole, Maine safety Trevor Coston, Western Illinois receiver Terriun Crump, West Texas A&M receiver Brittan Golden, Auburn tackle A.J. Greene, Wayne State safety Jeremy Jones, Liberty receiver Chris Summers and Southern Miss linebacker Ronnie Thornton.
OT James Brown- The 6’3″, 306 lb Brown was ranked as the second best undrafted free agent available by NFL.com’s Gil Brandt. ESPN’s Mel Kiper had him ranked as the No. 54 player in the draft. Scouts he lacks the quickness to handle pass rushers on the outside and could be suited to move inside at one of the guard positions. He is a player with lots of potential, who could turn out to be a nice pickup.
DT Ronnie Cameron-He spent his final two seasons at Old Dominion after transferring from Hofstra. He racked up 73 tackles, 17 tackles-for-loss and 6.5 sacks in his senior season. He had 72 tackles and 5.5 sacks in his junior season. At 6’2″, 305 lbs Cameron certainly has the frame to work his way onto the team. He could help lighten the losses of Amobi Okoye and Anthony Adams this off-season.
RB Alvester Alexander-The tailback ran for 2,127 yards and 27 touchdowns in three years at Wyoming. He could be a likely candidate for the practice squad considering the depth the Bears have at running back currently.
LB Adrien Cole-He was a three-year starter at Lousiana Tech, who racked up 128 tackles, one interception, two sacks, one forced fumble and three blocked kicks in his final season. He will battle his way onto the team through special teams play.
S Trevor Coston-He averaged 9.7 yards per punt return last season, while reeling in six interceptions playing safety. He might have a tough time making the team considering the players the Bears already have in place at safety.
S Jeremy Jones-He was a four-year starter at Wayne State. He made 106 tackles, nine interceptions and 6.5 sacks in his final season. He flashed a lot of potential in college, but could be better suited for the practice squad.
WR Terriun Crump-He is a native of Chicago, spending three seasons at Western Illinois. He reeled in 135 receptions for 2,067 yards and 11 touchdowns during that time. He is likely just a camp body, the Bears already have six receivers under contract with NFL experience.
WR Brittan Golden-He spent his college year at West Texas A&M, the same school Bears left tackle J’Marcus Webb played at. Golden reeled in 55 passes for 1,076 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior. Just like Crump he could have a very tough time making his way onto the roster. The practice squad could be where he ends up.
WR Chris Summers-He posted back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons at Liberty. In those two seasons combined he caught 140 passes for 2,095 yards and 22 touchdowns. He put up impressive numbers, but they are certainly skewed coming from a small school like Liberty.
OT A.J. Greene-He is an offensive tackle from Auburn, who performed very well as a senior after missing his junior campaign with an ankle injury. He will battle with James Brown for that swing tackle position.
LB Ronnie Thornton-He racked up 290 tackles, 4.0 sacks, five forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and two interceptions in his four seasons at Southern Miss. He will battle Adrien Cole for a spot on the roster or the practice squad.