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Bears re-sign Tim Jennings to a two-year deal

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Just before the start of free agency, the Bears re-signed cornerback Tim Jennings to a two-year contract.

Terms were not disclosed.

Jennings has started 28 of the 32 games in which he's appeared for the Bears. Before that, he played six seasons with the Indianapolis Colts.

For the Bears, he's had 153 tackles, six tackles for losses, three interceptions, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.

Jennings was signed to a modest contract by the Bears. But he stepped into the starting role when Zack Bowman never grasped the starting spot opposite Charles Tillman. While he's only 5 foot 8, Jennings has been a tough, durable player for the Bears.

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Fits the system, lets hope Lovie does not bench him again for the a Zack Bowman. I remember how that worked out for him.

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