Edmunds is a versatile player that could help the Bears (Charles LeClaire - USA Today Sports)
Edmunds is a versatile player that could help the Bears (Charles LeClaire - USA Today Sports)

Bears invite four veterans to rookie minicamp

by - Senior Editor -

The Chicago Bears have invited four veteran players to participate in their rookie minicamp, with Trey Edmunds, Stephen Carlson, Jacob Harris, and Jacob Breeland.

Each player brings a unique set of skills and experience to the table, which could potentially help them earn a spot on the Bears' roster.

Trey Edmunds

Edmunds is a running back who can also play fullback, linebacker and special teams. As the older brother of new Bears linebacker Tremaine Edmunds, he has spent time in the NFL as a backup running back.

Edmunds' versatility and ability to play multiple positions could make him an appealing option for the Bears.

Stephen Carlson

Carlson is a tight end who played at Princeton. He hasn't seen much action in the past two years, but he was a regular contributor on special teams (six tackles) for the Cleveland Browns in 2020.

Jacob Harris

Harris is a wide receiver who was a 4th-round pick for the Los Angeles Rams in 2021.

At 6'5 with 4.3 speed, Harris has tremendous potential as a wide receiver, but the Rams had him switch to tight end since they had so much depth at receiver.

It should be interesting to see if he can flourish in his natural position again. If so, the Bears might have a steal on their hands.

Jacob Breeland

Breeland is a tight end who played at Oregon. He was on track for a breakout season as a senior with 405 yards and six touchdowns in only six games, but he tore his ACL.

He signed with the Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent but failed to make the roster.

The Bears are looking for depth at multiple positions, and these four players could provide valuable depth and versatility if they impress during the minicamp.

Stay tuned as we will cover everything you need to know during rookie mini-camp and the offseason.

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