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Roster Move: Bears add OL Matt Pryor


The Bears on Wednesday agreed to terms on a one-year contract with veteran offensive lineman Matt Pryor, pending a physical.

Pryor, 29, has six years of NFL experience with the Eagles (2018-20), Colts (2021-22) and 49ers (2023). The Lakewood, Calif. native has appeared in 75 games with 24 starts.

Pryor was drafted by Philadelphia in the sixth round of the 2018 NFL Draft out of Texas Christian University and played his first career game Sept. 22, 2019. He appeared in 27 games and started in 10 — six at right guard, three at right tackle and one at left tackle — during his time with the Eagles.

Pryor served as a right guard and left tackle while with the Colts, appearing in 33 games with 14 starts through two seasons. Coach Matt Eberflus was the defensive coordinator during Pryor's first year in Indianapolis.

The veteran spent last season in San Francisco and played in 15 contests, all during the regular season.

Check out new Bears offensive lineman Matt Pryor in action. (Photos via AP)

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