Chicago Bears Training Camp Preview: Meet the New Bears

The Chicago Bears are adding plenty of new faces to their roster this year, and we're here to introduce you to the newest future stars.

15 photos
Allen Robinson #15 of the Jacksonville Jaguars catches a pass during warm ups before the game between the Houston Texans and the Jacksonville Jaguars at NRG Stadium on December 18, 2016 in Houston, Texas.
A member of the Super Bowl winning Philadelphia Eagles, Burton racked up 23 catches for 248 yards and five touchdowns last season.
Dave Zangaro |
A new veteran back-up for Mitchell Trubisky, Daniel has completed 51 career passes for 480 yards and a touchdown in stops with the New Orleans Saints, Kansas City Chiefs, and Philadelphia Eagles.
Getty Images
The standout lineman at Iowa, Daniels was a second round pick of the Bears this spring. He will look to earn a starting job on the line in Matt Nagy’s new offense.
Getty Images
The rookie defensive end (left) out of Utah had a strong senior season, with 23 total tackles, including three for loss, and three sacks to his credit for the Utes.
A veteran wide receiver, Fowler had 29 catches for 350 yards and three touchdowns with the Denver Broncos, where he spent his first four pro seasons.
Getty Images
The former Atlanta Falcons wide out caught 33 passes for 378 yards and a touchdown last season. In the previous season, Gabriel registered six touchdowns for Atlanta.
The 2018 draft pick (right) excelled at Western Kentucky, registering a staggering 117 tackles, including 11.5 for loss last season. He also had two sacks in his final collegiate season.
Getty Images
Entering his fifth season, the former San Francisco 49’er is reuniting with former defensive coordinator Vic Fangio in Chicago. In seven games last season, Lynch recovered a fumble and picked up a sack.
Getty Images
In three seasons at Memphis, Miller had 238 receptions, including 96 in his final collegiate season. He had 37 career touchdowns for the Tigers, and will hope to add an element of explosiveness to the Bears’ offense.
Getty Images
The Delaware-product was selected in the fifth round by the Bears, and ran a 4.95 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine earlier this year.
Getty Images
The Bears’ kicker carousel has landed on the former Miami Dolphins kicker, who made 21 of the 23 field goals he attempted in 16 games last season.
Getty Images
The eighth overall pick isn’t under contract with the Bears just yet, but when he signs, the team will be excited to add him to the mix, as he had 137 total tackles and six and a half sacks in his final season with the Georgia Bulldogs.
Getty Images
The high profile free agent played in only one game with the Jacksonville Jaguars last season before a knee injury derailed his campaign. In his best pro season, he racked up 14 touchdowns and 80 catches for the Jaguars in 2015.
Getty Images
The former Bulldogs wide receiver had 45 catches for 720 yards and seven touchdowns last season, and the Bears snagged him in the seventh round of the NFL Draft.
Contact Us