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Roster Moves: Bears agree to terms with 11 undrafted free agents


The Bears have agreed to terms with 11 undrafted free agents. Here's a capsule look at them:

Lee Autry, Mississippi State defensive tackle (6-2, 305)
Started all four games he played as a senior last season, registering 12 tackles, 2.5 tackles-for-loss and 0.5 sacks … Appeared in 12 games as a junior in 2018, registering 11 tackles … Brother is Colts defensive lineman Denico Autry.

Dieter Eiselen, Yale guard (6-4, 310)
Grew up in South Africa playing rugby … Made 34 starts in four seasons … Was named first-team All-Ivy League last year.

Keandre Jones, Maryland linebacker (6-3, 220)
Started all 12 games last year as a senior team captain, leading Maryland with 7.0 sacks, 15.0 tackles-for-loss and three forced fumbles. … Was named honorable mention All-Big Ten as a senior … Transferred to Maryland after playing first three seasons at Ohio State. 

LaCale London, Western Illinois linebacker (6-5, 280)
Grew up in Peoria … Was named honorable mention All-Missouri Valley Conference last season, starting all 12 games and compiling 45 tackles, 4.0 sacks, 9.5 tackles-for-loss and three forced fumbles … Spent final two seasons at Western Illinois after playing at Iowa Central Community College in 2016.

Ledarius Mack, Buffalo linebacker (6-1, 240)
Younger brother of Bears star Khalil Mack … Spent past two seasons at Buffalo, appearing in 27 games and recording 10 sacks and four forced fumbles … Was named second-team all-Mid-American Conference last year after registering 8.0 sacks, 12 tackles-for-loss and three forced fumbles … Transferred to Buffalo after two seasons at ASA College in Miami … Did not play football in high school (attended a school that did not have a football team).

Napoleon Maxwell, Florida International running back (6-0, 215)
Appeared in 45 games in four seasons, rushing for 2,090 yards and 22 touchdowns on 392 carries … Gained 684 yards on 128 attempts as a junior in 2018 and 675 yards also on 128 carries in 2019 … Played in six games as a freshman in 2014 before missing the 2015 and 2016 seasons with torn ACLs. 

Trevor McSwain, Duke defensive tackle (6-6, 285)
Appeared in 49 games over four seasons, compiling 102 tackles, 7.5 sacks, 14.0 tackles-for-loss and five forced fumbles … Played in all 12 contests with nine starts as a senior last year, recording 34 tackles, 4.0 sacks, 7.0 tackles-for-loss and three forced fumbles … Graduated in December 2019 with a degree in psychology.

Artavis Pierce, Oregon State running back (5-11, 208)
Played in 44 career games with 13 starts over four seasons, rushing for 2,127 yards and 15 touchdowns on 366 carries … Tied for tops in school history with 5.8 yards per carry … Also caught 74 passes for 578 yards and two TDs … Named honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic in 2017 and 2018 … Appeared in 12 games with seven starts last year as a senior, rushing for 873 yards and six TDs on 146 carries.

Rashad Smith, Florida Atlantic linebacker (6-1, 220)
Played in 51 games over four seasons, registering 316 tackles, 31.0 tackles-for-loss, 11.5 sacks and seven interceptions … Last year as a senior set career highs with 109 tackles and 11.5 tackles-for-loss and led nation with five fumble recoveries while also compiling 3.5 sacks and three interceptions. 

Badara Traore, LSU tackle (6-7, 320)
Played in 26 games with five starts past two seasons after transferring from ASA College in Brooklyn, NY. … Last year served primarily as backup right tackle but did start three of 13 games played, starting at both tackle positions … Was top-rated junior college offensive line prospect in 2018 … Earned degree in interdisciplinary studies in December 2019.

Ahmad Wagner, Kentucky receiver (6-5, 234)
Played in 23 games with 11 starts in two seasons, catching 15 passes for 254 yards and two touchdowns, all coming in 2019 … Averaged 16.9 yards per reception … Played three seasons on basketball team at Iowa before transferring to Kentucky to play football.

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