Bears are signing WR Chris Lacy following rookie minicamp tryout

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The Chicago Bears have concluded rookie minicamp, and while quarterback Justin Fields impressed during the three-day camp, he wasn’t the only one that caught the Bears’ eye.

Chicago is signing wide receiver Chris Lacy, who participated in rookie minicamp on a tryout basis, according to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune. Lacy did enough to impress the Bears this weekend, where he’ll get another chance to do the same during organized team activities, which start May 25.

Lacy, an undrafted free agent out of Oklahoma State in 2018, has spent time with the Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys.

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In eight career games with the Lions between 2018-19, Lacy caught three passes for 60 yards. He was also a valuable special teams contributor.

Over his final two seasons at Oklahoma State, he caught 51 passes for 753 yards and three touchdowns.

Matt Nagy recently told reporters that depth at wide receiver was at its best since he’s been here. Allen Robinson and Darnell Mooney are Chicago’s top receivers, and there’s set to be a ton of competition behind them with Anthony Miller, Marquise Goodwin, Damiere Byrd, rookie Dazz Newsome, Javon Wims and Riley Ridley.

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