The Bears will host free-agent cornerback Kelvin Hayden, his agent Fletcher Smith confirmed early Wednesday morning.
ESPN first reported the visit.
Hayden, who attended Hubbard High School in Chicago, played at Joliet Junior College before transferring to the University of Illinois. A second-round pick of the Indianapolis Colts in 2005, Hayden had his best season in 2007, when he started all 16 games and intercepted three passes and forced two fumbles.
But his most memorable play came against the Bears, when he returned an interception 56 yards for a touchdown in the Super Bowl.
Hayden, who turns 29 in July, hasn't played an entire season since 2007. Last season, he played eight games for the Atlanta Falcons, picking off two passes.
Hayden is 6 foot, and nearly 200 pounds. He was a former teammate in Indianapolis with Tim Jennings, who just signed a two-year contract with the Bears just before free agency started Tuesday afternoon.