Former Bears cornerback Prince Amukamara has reportedly found a new home, in Las Vegas.

Amukamara spent the last three seasons as a veteran presence on the back end of the Bears’ vaunted defense. Since 2017, Amukamara amassed 167 tackles and 29 passes defended. He also recorded three interceptions, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, and scored one touchdown.

He joins former Bears linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski, who signed with the Raiders earlier this offseason.

Amukamara also joins a talented Raiders secondary that features Jonathan Abram, LaMarcus Joyner and Raiders 2020 first-round draft pick Damon Arnette.

So far, the Bears have signed free agent cornerback Artie Burns, and drafted two more cornerbacks. They selected Jaylon Johnson in the second round and Kindle Vildor in the fifth round.

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