Bears awarded Bellamy off waivers

Josh Bellamy (Patrick McDermott/Getty)

The Chicago Bears have been awarded wide receiver Josh Bellamy off waivers. Bellamy played five games for the Redskins last season.

According to the official NFL transaction wire, the Chicago Bears have been awarded wide receiver Josh Bellamy off waivers.

Bellamy (6-0, 206) is a former 2012 undrafted free agent originally signed by the Kansas City Chiefs. He appeared in three games his rookie season, accumulating two special teams tackles and returning five kickoffs for 101 yards.

The Redskins signed Bellamy to their practice squad last year before elevating him to the active roster in late November. He played five games for Washington, recording two special teams tackles.

The addition of Bellamy now gives the Bears eight wide receivers on the current roster. He'll likely compete for a spot on special teams, both as a gunner and a returner.


Jeremy Stoltz is Publisher of BearReport.com and a member of the Pro Football Writers of America. He is in his fourth season covering the Chicago Bears full time. Follow Bear Report on Twitter and discuss this topic on our message boards. To become a subscriber to the Bear Report Web site or magazine, click here.

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