As we get closer to the start of the Chicago Bears season we are counting down to the top players on the roster. We are going from 90 to 1, looking into which players can impact the 2022 roster most significantly. With that in mind, we are onto number 58.
The Bears have re-signed long snapper Patrick Scales on a one-year deal, the team announced Wednesday. He has been with the organization since 2015, playing 86 games in Chicago.
According to the NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, the Chicago Bears are re-signing long snapper Patrick Scales to a one year deal worth $1,272,500, with the maximum $152,500 for his signing bonus, and $1,047,500 in total guarantees. The 34-year old Scales is Chicago’s first unrestricted free agent that general manager...
“If you’re going to make a team, and you’re going to give it a shot, you’ve got to go balls to the wall.”. June 20, 2014. Chicago Bears fans, hardened from the constant departures of roster mainstays, such as “Spice” Adams and Brad Maynard, and (forced) retirements of Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs, watched as yet another fan-favorite said goodbye to Halas Hall.