Bears Re-Sign D.J. Williams To 1-Year Deal
D.J. Williams opened last season as the starting middle linebacker for the Bears, but his run in the job came to an early end when a torn pectoral muscle forced him to injured reserve after six games.
Williams will get another chance to make an impact on the Bears defense. The team announced that they have re-signed Williams to a one-year deal that General Manager Phil Emery hinted was coming at the combine.
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