The Chicago Bears have signed former New England Patriots safety Adrian Wilson to a one-year contract.
The Bears also signed former Oakland Raiders and Miami Dolphins tight end Jeron Mastrud.
A five-time Pro Bowl safety, Wilson was cut in April after spending all of last season on injured reserve wiht a torn Achilles.
Wilson, 34, is healthy now.
Wilson was signed by the Patriots to a three-year, $5 million contract last year.
Wilson was a standout with the Arizona Cardinals.
In 2012, Wilson recorded 54 tackles.
Mastrud caught six passes for 88 yards last season for the Raiders.
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