INDIANAPOLIS—Rex Grossman is coming back to the Bears.
The quarterback agreed to terms on a one-year contract Saturday morning, meaning he and Kyle Orton will battle to be the starting quarterback.
The Sun-Times reported Saturday morning that a deal was imminent. The contract includes incentives based on play time and performance.
Grossman, a first-round draft pick in 2003, helped guide the Bears to Super Bowl XLI in 2006 before struggling at the start of last season. He made seven starts and passed for 1,411 yards and four touchdowns before being lost to a minor knee sprain in December.
More details to come.