Kevin White was the Chicago Bears’ first round draft pick in G.M. Ryan Pace’s first year with the team, but things never worked out, and it appears the wide receiver is moving on.
According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, White is expected to sign a contract with the Arizona Cardinals, putting an end to his four year career with the Bears:
White could never stay healthy for the Bears, appearing in just 14 games in the four seasons that he was with the team. He caught 25 passes for 285 yards, but has yet to record his first career touchdown.
The Bears also have lost wide receiver Joshua Bellamy in free agency, but have signed Cordarrelle Patterson to help fill the void as free agency gets underway.