Photo courtesy: William & Mary
Photo courtesy: William & Mary

Bears reportedly sign tight end Lachlan Pitts

by - Senior Editor -

The Chicago Bears have made another move to strengthen their offense by signing undrafted free-agent tight end Lachlan Pitts according to multiple reports on Monday.

He caught the attention of Bears scouts during minicamp and impressed the team during his recent tryout.

Lachlan Pitts honed his skills at William & Mary (W&M) during the 2022 college football season.

Throughout his collegiate career, Pitts showcased his athleticism, versatility, and playmaking abilities with an impressive 19.4 yards per catch.

Pitts is a towering presence on the field, standing tall at 6'6" and weighing in at 256 pounds.

His size allows him to create mismatches against defenders, making him a dangerous threat in the passing game.

Additionally, his impressive Relative Athletic Score (RAS) of 7.44 out of 10.00 showcases his outstanding athleticism and physical prowess.

As he embraces the challenges of being an undrafted rookie, Pitts will have the opportunity to learn from experienced players and try to prove himself to be a valuable asset to the Bears if he wants to stick.

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