Report: Bears match Packers offer sheet, keep Kyle Fuller in Chicago

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LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Kyle Fuller is staying in Chicago.

According to multiple reports, the Green Bay Packers signed Fuller to an offer sheet Friday morning, but the Bears are matching it.

The 26-year-old cornerback was slapped with a transition tag last week, guaranteeing Fuller $12.9 million next season and allowing the Bears to match any offer.

Unlike franchise tag designations, the transition tag would not have forced the Packers to provide draft compensation if they landed Fuller.

It’s a moot point, anyway. Fuller is coming back on a reported four-year, $56 million deal.

Matt Nagy added another familiar face to the roster. Former Chiefs quarterback Tyler Bray agreed to a one-year deal to join the Bears.

They also re-signed tight end Daniel Brown and punter Pat O’Donnell.

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