By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Chicago Sun-Times reporter Mark Potash insists tight end Zach Miller needs to have a “really good camp” to make the roster. Bears beat writer Brad Biggs also said this last month.
In March, the Bears signed free agent Dion Sims, formerly of the Miami Dolphins. The 26-year-old signed a three-year deal with the team.
In addition, the team used a second-round pick on Adam Shaheen. The Bears also have Daniel Brown, as a developmental player.
With these players around, it’s going to be hard for the Bears to keep Miller, who will be 33-years-old in October. If the team released him, they’ll save $2.125 million from the final-year of his contract.
Miller, who has been with the Bears since the 2014 season, played in 10 games, including eight starts. He had 47 receptions for 486 yards and four touchdowns.
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