Bears expected to sign wide receiver Allen Robinson

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Robinson, 24, tore his left ACL in the first series of the Jaguars' regular-season opener in 2017 but has 202 receptions for 2,848 yards and 22 TDs since Jacksonville drafted him in the second round in 2014.

Robinson will walk into an immediate No. 1 role with the Bears, who are now project to start Robinson and Kevin White on the perimeter, with Cameron Meredith in the slot.

His best season came in 2015 when he caught 80 passes for 1,400 yards and scored 14 touchdowns. If you're a fan of any of the other teams who were pursuing Robinson, you should be upset, because he was affordable.

Note: the restricted free agency period ends on April 20. He was the team's snapper for all of 2016 and five games the season prior.

Bellamy went undrafted out of Louisville in 2012 and did not have an accrued season in his first three years in the league. Robinson had one reception for 17 yards.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars could have given Allen Robinson the franchise tag, but decided against it.

The Bears have nobody who can blow to the top off the defense, nobody who scares other secondaries, nobody who opens up other areas that makes teammates more productive.

The Chicago Tribune reported late Monday evening that the Bears - seeking a major upgrade at the position - considered Sammy Watkins of the Los Angeles Rams to be the top available wideout in free agency, but they've been rumored to have interest in Robinson for weeks. He could be back with the team since they have no long snapper on the roster.

The Bears are not expected to tender an offer to their only exclusive-rights free agent, long snapper Patrick Scales. The veteran missed all of 2017 with a torn ACL.