The Bears added secondary help on Saturday afternoon, signing free agent cornerback Marcus Cooper. 

According to Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times, it's a three-year deal for the former Arizona Cardinals defensive back. 

Cooper has turned his 2013 seventh-round draft status into a solid NFL career. The fourth-year man out of Rutgers enjoyed his most successful season last year, tallying a career-high in interceptions (4) and tackles (63). He spent his first three seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs. 

Cooper joins newly-acquired Quintin Demps as secondary additions. The two will help try and turn around a defense that struggles to force turnovers. As a team, the Bears only picked off eight passes last year.