The Bears on Wednesday signed veteran long-snapper Beau Brinkley and punter Ryan Winslow.
Brinkley, 32, has appeared in 138 NFL games over 10 seasons with the Titans (2012-20) and Cardinals (2021). Signed by Tennessee as an undrafted free agent from Missouri, he served as the Titans' long-snapper in all 16 games in each of his first eight seasons.
Brinkley was released by Tennessee Nov. 3, 2020, after playing in seven games. In 2021, he spent two days on the Lions practice squad in September before signing with the Cardinals in November and appearing in three games.
Brinkley joined the Chargers practice squad Dec. 28, 2021, but was released Jan. 3, 2022.
Winslow has appeared in six NFL games over two seasons with the Cardinals (2019), Panthers (2021) and Commanders (2021), averaging 41.6 yards on 22 punts and placing five inside-the-20.
He entered the league with the Bears in 2018 as an undrafted free agent from Pittsburgh, but failed to make the final roster.
Winslow has had three separate stints with the Cardinals, spent time on the Packers and 49ers practice squads and played in the Alliance of American Football with the San Diego Fleet and the Memphis Express.