Bears to sign Super Bowl hero Trey Burton


The Chicago Bears and tight end Trey Burton reached an agreement Tuesday on a four-year, $32 million contract.

Mike Garofolo and Adam Schefter were the first to report the deal along with the details.

Burton was involved in the "Philly special" play that catapulted the Eagles to the Super Bowl title over the New England Patriots. Robinson once had a 1,400-yard season in which he led the league in touchdowns while catching passes from Blake the age of 22.

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The Bears had already agreed to a deal overnight with wide receiver Allen Robinson, and now the deal with Burton gives them an even scarier arsenal of weapons for their young quarterback.

It's been a steady rise for the Florida native, who signed with the Eagles as an undrafted free agent in 2014 and played a niche role in his first two years. His production dipped slightly in 2016, with 73 catches for 883 yards and 6 touchdowns.

Trubisky made the most out of a gang of misfit pass-catchers in 2017 and the Bears prioritized adding skill players around him in this year's free agency period.

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Burton served as the backup to Zach Ertz, who caught the game-winning touchdown in Super Bowl LII.

The dual tight end thing is interesting: Shaheen was a pretty high draft pick for Chicago past year and considered a "Baby Gronk" type.

But the Bears want Burton for his receiving ability, not his passing ability.

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