Robinson will walk into an immediate No. 1 role with the Bears, who are now project to start Robinson and Kevin White on the perimeter, with Cameron Meredith in the slot. The $14 million average is less than the $15.982 million franchise tag as well as what former Miami receiver Jarvis Landry was asking reportedly asking for, which is in line with a player like Robinson who is coming off a torn ACL. The Bears also are interested in receiver Albert Wilson. Best guess is that the Bears would match any reasonable offer sheet, at least for Meredith and Callahan.
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Bears fans expect the three-year $42 million deal to help to solve their prior receiver deficit.
Just like Meredith and Bellamy, slot corner Bryce Callahan earned an original round tender at $1.907 million from the Bears on Monday.
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Restricted free agents are players with three accrued seasons. He had a breakout year in 2015 as he grabbed 80 balls for 1,400 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns.
Bellamy went undrafted out of Louisville in 2012 and did not have an accrued season in his first three years in the league. Robinson, 24, had 48 catches for 548 yards and two touchdowns as a rookie before a knee injury ended his season after 10 games.
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The Bears have nobody who can blow to the top off the defense, nobody who scares other secondaries, nobody who opens up other areas that makes teammates more productive. This is a vulnerable spot for them but the team has a ton of cap space and could be letting him set his own market. Andrew DePaola was the Bears' long-snapper past year but is unrestricted.