Chicago Bears: Cole Kmet reportedly signs his rookie deal worth over $7 million
|Tuesday, July 21, 2020 2:56 PM- -|
The Chicago Bears have been busy today as they have signed their second-round tight end Cole Kmet according to multiple reports.
Kmet signed a four-year deal worth $7,577,786 with a signing bonus of $3,071,116.
In other draft news, the Bears have signed cornerback Jaylon Johnson to a four-year deal on Tuesday.
"This day was written a long time ago! Never questioned God just thanked him," he said on Instagram announcing the news.
Lachavious Simmons also agreed to terms today.
"I’m Officially A Chicago Bear Now Lets Get To Work," he said on social media.
Congrats on these draft picks signing as dreams do come true!
18 years later in this game and i finally put pen to paper. Long days, long nights, a ton of obstacles, a ton of fights. It's finally paid off thanks to God & man does it feel great. Now it's time to cause #99PROBLEMS #BEARDOWN @chicagobears ???? pic.twitter.com/idbiIVBsOe— Trev?? (@trevisgipson) July 21, 2020