Alshon Jeffery will have a new home in 2017.

The former Bears wide receiver has agreed to a one-year, $14 million deal with the Philadelphia Eagles, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

The Bears were open to bringing back Jeffery, but the 27-year-old ultimately decided to bet on himself in Philadelphia by taking a one-year deal. The Bears were reportedly one of four teams (Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota Vikings, and Eagles) linked to signing Jeffery.

In five seasons in Chicago, Jeffery had 304 receptions, 4,549 reception yards and 26 touchdowns.

With the departure of Jeffery and Jay Cutler, the longest-tenured Bear is Sherrick McManis, who was acquired via trade in 2012. 

In addition, the Bears don't have any remaining players from their 2012 draft class.