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Roster Move: Bears agree to terms with RB Travis Homer

New Bears RB Travis Homer
New Bears RB Travis Homer

The Bears on Wednesday agreed to a two-year contract with unrestricted free agent running back Travis Homer, pending a physical.

Homer, 24, was selected by the Seahawks in the sixth round of the 2019 draft out of Miami. The 5-10, 202-pounder appeared in 49 games with two starts over four seasons with Seattle, rushing for 453 yards and one touchdown on 83 carries, catching 52 passes for 464 yards and one TD and averaging 24.7 yards on 18 kickoff returns.

Homer excelled on special teams. As a rookie, he took a direct snap on a fake punt in a Monday night game against the Vikings and picked up 29 yards and a first down. In Week 8 of 2021, he recovered an onside kick and returned it 44 yards for a TD versus the Jaguars. Five weeks later, his 73-yard TD run on a fake punt against the 49ers earned him NFC Special Team Player of the Week honors.

Homer was born and raised in Florida. As a prep star, he rushed for more than 3,200 yards and scored 50 total touchdowns at Oxbridge Academy in West Palm Beach.

Take a look at new Bears running back Travis Homer in action. The 5-10, 202-pounder appeared in 49 games with two starts over four seasons with Seattle, rushing for 453 yards and one touchdown on 83 carries, catching 52 passes for 464 yards and one TD and averaging 24.7 yards on 18 kickoff returns.

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