Chicago Bears sign OT Riley Reiff to a one-year deal

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Chicago Bears sign OT Riley Reiff to a one-year deal originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

The Bears signed former Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Riley Reiff, confirmed by general manager Ryan Poles at training camp.

The contract is a one-year deal worth $12.5 million, with up to $10 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter. His signing comes after the Bears signed veteran guard Michael Schofield to a one-year minimum deal. 

Reiff played 711 snaps at right tackle last season, racking up 92 percent of snaps. He received a 67.1 PFF grade, allowing four sacks and incurring one penalty.

The tackle is 33-years old. It is uncertain if Poles will want Reiff to be part of the long-term rebuild, since this is a one-year deal.

Nevertheless, Poles said this at training camp: "Our front office is not going to stop chipping away and bringing good football players to the team."

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