The Bears made the rumored signing of cornerback Prince Amukamara official on Saturday morning.
In addition, the Bears also announced they have re-signed linebacker Christian Jones and cornerback Johnthan Banks to one-year deals.
Amukamara, 27, appeared in 14 games with the Jacksonville Jaguars after signing a one-year deal with the club last offseason. He registered 46 tackles, no interceptions and 6 passes defended. Amukamara, a former first round pick by the New York Giants out of Nebraska in 2011, has appeared in 69 games across 6 seasons and has accumulated 310 tackles, seven interceptions and 51 passes defended.
Amukamara's one-year deal with the Bears will pay him a fully-guaranteed $7 million, per USA Today.
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Jones, 26, was signed by the Bears as undrafted free agent out of Florida State in 2014.
In three seasons with the Bears, Jones has registered 204 tackles and two sacks. Jones has also added 26 special teams tackles. One of the Bears' key special teams contributors, Jones matched a career-high with 11 tackles last season.
Banks, 27, was claimed off waivers by the Bears from the Detroit Lions last December.
Banks, originally a second-round selection out of Mississippi State by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2013, has appeared in 54 NFL games and has 136 tackles, seven interceptions and 17 passes defended.
The Chicago Bears continue to be well-represented on the NFL 100 All-Time Team with three more additions to the roster Friday night: George Halas (coach), Dan Fortmann (offensive line) and Mike Ditka (tight end).
Halas' Bears coaching career spanned four decades and 324 wins. As the founder of the Bears and one of the NFL's original owners, his name is synonymous with the history of the league.
Halas is one of 10 coaches who will be selected to the All-Time Team. The coaches revealed so far include Bill Belichick, Tom Landry, Chuck Knoll, Vince Lombardi, Curly Lambeau, Joe Gibbs and Paul Brown.
Ditka was one of five tight ends chosen for the historic roster after a career that included five pro bowls in six years with the Bears. He last played for Chicago in 1966 but still holds the team records for career receptions, yards and touchdowns for a Bears tight end. He's also one of the franchise's all-time greatest personalities after leading the Bears to their only Super Bowl win as head coach in 1985.
Forttman, a seven-time Pro Bowler in the late-30s and early-40s, played guard for the Bears and was named to the 1940s All-Decade Team.
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