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2 69 JARED ALLEN Ht: 6-6 Wt: 270 Age: 32 College: Idaho State Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 11 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (MIN) DEFENSIVE END ALLEN PRO CAREER: Five-time Pro Bowler ( ) and four-time All Pro ( and 11) enters first season with the Bears, leading the NFL with sacks since entering the league in Has recorded seven consecutive double-digit sack seasons ( ), which is tied for the third-longest streak in NFL history, and has eight double-digit sack seasons during NFL career... Started 151-of-157 games played with the Chiefs ( ) and Vikings ( ), recording 690 tackles, 5 interceptions, 49 pass break ups, 32 forced fumbles and 16 fumble recoveries... Is tied for the NFL record with 4 career safeties... Collected 22 sacks in 2011, which are tied for second most in NFL single-season history since sacks became an official statistic in Was runner-up for 2011 Associated Press Defensive Player of the Year... Led NFL in sacks during 2007 (15.5) and 2011 (22) seasons and finished second in 2009 (14.5)... Named to 50 Greatest Vikings team as part of 50th season celebration in Vikings 2009 and 2011 Defensive MVP as voted by teammates... Led Vikings in sacks all six seasons with team ( )... Led Chiefs in sacks during three ( and 07) of four seasons with the team... Has 4 career touchdowns: 2 on defense (36-yard INT return at Detroit on 1/2/11 and 52-yard fumble return at St. Louis on 10/11/09) and 2 TD receptions in goal-line situations (a 2-yard score vs. San Diego on 12/2/07 and a 1-yard grab at Detroit on 12/23/07)... Has 35 career multi-sack games in the regular season and 1 in the playoffs... Has started all 5 postseason appearances, recording 22 tackles - including 4 sacks - with 2 FF and 2 PBUs. HONORS AND AWARDS: Finalist for Athletes in Action/Bart Starr Award Pro Bowl Pro Bowl; All-Pro (AP); Vikings Defensive MVP Pro Bowl; 50 Greatest Vikings Team Pro Bowl; All-Pro (AP); Vikings Defensive MVP Pro Bowl; All-Pro (AP); NFC Defensive Player of the Week (11/30 vs. CHI) Pro Bowl; All-Pro (AP); AFC Defensive Player of the Month (October); Derrick Thomas Award as Chiefs MVP All-Joe (USA Today) AFC Defensive Player of the Week (10/16 vs. WAS) All-Rookie Team (Pro Football Weekly); Mack Lee Hill Award as Chiefs top rookie. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected in the fourth round (126th overall) of the 2004 NFL Draft by the Chiefs... Signed 3-year contract with Kansas City (7/23/04)... Resigned by the Chiefs (5/22/07)... Traded to Minnesota (4/23/08)... Signed 4-year contract with Chicago (3/26/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Started all 16 games for the sixth time in his career and seventh time overall, recording 52 tackles - including 11.5 sacks - 6 PBUs and 2 FFs for the Vikings... Added 26 QBHs sacks were tied for seventh most in the NFL and paced the Vikings for sixth consecutive season... Had 3 multi-sack contests. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: Named to Pro Bowl for fifth consecutive season after finishing eighth in the NFL and fourth in the NFC with team-high 12 sacks, starting all 16 games for Minnesota... Registered 46 tackles, 21 QBHs, 17 TFLs, 3 PBUs, 1 FF and 1 FR... Had 3 multi-sack contests... In lone postseason start, gathered 6 tackles - including 1 sack and 2 TFLs - and 3 QBHs Earned Pro Bowl nod, named All-Pro by the Associated Press and was the runner-up for AP Defensive Player of the Year after collecting 22 sacks, tied for second most in NFL single-season history, among 65 tackles with 1 INT, 4 FFs and 3 PBUs in 16 starts for Vikings... Also led the NFL with 4 opponent fumble recoveries... Registered career-highs in TFLs (21) and QBHs (32)... Had six multi-sack games games with at least 0.5 sack, tied for second most in NFL single-season history since sacks first started being recorded in Named team s defensive MVP in vote by teammates Had 60 tackles - including 11 sacks - during Pro Bowl season for Minnesota... Started all 16 contests, adding 2 INTs - including a 36-yard return TD - 6 PBUs, 1 FF, 1 FR, 25 QBHs and 14 TFLs... 2 INTs tied a Vikings single-season record among defensive linemen... Had 2 multi-sack contests Named All-Pro by AP and selected to Pro Bowl after finishing second in the NFL with 14.5 sacks among 51 tackles in 16 starts for Minnesota... Added 1 INT, 5 FFs, 3 opponent FRs (tied for third most in 44 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

3 the NFL), 4 PBUs, 23 QBHs and 19 TFLs... Had 3 multi-sack games... Named team s defensive MVP in vote by teammates... Started both postseason contests recording 5 tackles - including 1 sack - 1 FF, 1 PBU, 2 TFLs and 3 QBHs In first season with Minnesota, earned All-Pro honors from AP and selected to Pro Bowl after leading team and finishing fifth in the NFL with 14.5 sacks... Added 54 tackles, 3 FFs, 3 PBUs, 28 QBHs and 20 TFLs... Had 5 multi-sack games during regular season... Tied Vikings and NFL single-season record with 2 safeties... Started lone postseason contest tying Vikings singlegame postseason record with 2 sacks among 3 tackles and 1 FF In final season with Kansas City, earned first All-Pro selection from AP and first Pro Bowl nod after leading the NFL with 15.5 sacks while starting all 14 games played... Had 65 tackles, career-high 11 PBUs and 3 FFs... 7 multi-sack games are tied for third most in NFL single-season history... Added 2 receptions for 3 yards and 2 TDs in goal-line situations... Won the Derrick Thomas Award as Chiefs MVP... Missed first two games of the season due to suspension Started all 16 games in Kansas City, registering career-high 76 tackles - including 7.5 sacks - with 1 INT, 10 PBUs and 3 FFs... Led NFL with 6 opponent FRs, tied for seventh most in NFL single-season history according to STATS Paced the Chiefs with 11 sacks after starting 15-of-16 games played, leading Kansas City defensive linemen with 58 tackles... Tied for the NFL lead with career-high 7 FFs, adding 5 PBUs and 2 FRs... Took over long-snapping chores in the 2nd half of 11/20 game at Houston in place of injured LS Kendall Gammon Started 10-of-15 games played in Kansas City leading team and all NFL rookies with 9 sacks... Added 31 tackles... Played in first career game as a backup and on special teams at DEN (9/12)... Posted first career sack vs. HOU (9/26)... Won Mack Lee Hill Award as Chiefs top rookie as voted by teammates. ALLEN COLLEGE: Named Buck Buchanon Award winner as a senior at Idaho State, recognizing the top defensive player in Division I-AA football... All-America selection, Big Sky Conference Defensive Player of the Year and team MVP as a senior... 2nd-Team All-America as a junior earning All-Big Sky honors... All-Big Sky as a sophomore... Majored in mass communications. PERSONAL: Started Jared Allen s Homes for Wounded Warriors in 2010, a charity to provide handicap-accessible homes for veterans returning from duty... Holds annual Night Ops Golf Tournament in support of Homes for Wounded Warriors program... Took part in USO tour to Iraq in March Appeared on Relentless Pursuit TV show and published a wild game cook book, The Quarterback Killer s Cookbook... Owns a clothing company, Jared Allen 69, featuring his trademark caps and t-shirts, available at JaredAllen69inc.com... Active with Juvenile Diabetes Foundation... Married in spring 2010, couple had a daughter in Father, Ron, was a football standout at Jamestown (ND) College who went to training camp with the Vikings and played in the USFL... Older brother played football at Jamestown and his younger brother played at Idaho State before joining the Marine Corps... Transferred to Los Gatos High for his senior year after spending 3 years at Live Oak High in Morgan Hill, CA... Played in California/Texas All-Star Game. JARED ALLEN S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2004 Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota t Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota NFL Totals t ADDITIONAL STATS: Touchdowns 4-2-yard reception vs. SD (12/2/07); 1-yard receptions at DET (12/23/07); 52-yard fumble return at STL ( 10/11/09); 36-yard INT return at DET (1/2/11). Receiving: 2 catches for 3 yards, 2 TDs (2 for 3 yards, 2 TDs). CHICAGOBEARS.COM 45

4 JARED ALLEN S NFL STATISTICS (continued) POSTSEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2006 Kansas City Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Postseason ALLEN SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 6, at CHI (9/15)...10, at OAK (10/21/07)...8, at IND (1/6/07) Solos... 5, at CHI (9/15)...9, at OAK (10/21/07)...6, at IND (1/6/07) Sacks vs. PIT (9/29)...4.5, vs. GB (10/5/09)...2, vs. PHI (1/4/09) JARED ALLEN S GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS Regular Season Starting Record (1-4 Postseason) 2004 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 9/12 L at DEN n/a 9/19 L CAR n/a 9/26 L HOU n/a 10/4 W at BAL INACTIVE 10/17 L at JAX n/a 10/24 W ATL n/a 10/31* W IND n/a 11/7* L at TB n/a 11/14* L at NO n/a 11/22* L NE n/a 11/28* L SD n/a 12/5* W at OAK n/a 12/13* W at TEN n/a 12/19* W DEN n/a 12/25* W OAK n/a 1/2* L at SD n/a Totals n/a 2005 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 9/11 W NYJ n/a 9/18* W at OAK n/a 9/26* L at DEN n/a 10/2* L PHI n/a 10/16* W WAS n/a 10/21* W at MIA n/a 10/30* L at SD n/a 11/6* W OAK n/a 11/13* L at BUF n/a 11/20* W at HOU n/a 11/27* W NE n/a 12/4* W DEN n/a 12/11* L at DAL n/a 12/17* L at NYG n/a 12/24* W SD n/a 1/1* W CIN n/a Totals n/a 2006 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 9/10* L CIN n/a 9/17* L at DEN n/a 10/1* W SF n/a 10/8* W at ARZ n/a 10/15* L at PIT n/a 10/22* W SD n/a 10/29* W SEA n/a 11/5* W at STL n/a 11/12* L at MIA n/a 11/19* W OAK n/a 11/23* W DEN n/a 12/3* L at CLE n/a 12/10* L BAL n/a 12/17* L at SD n/a 12/23* W at OAK n/a 12/31* W JAX n/a Totals n/a POSTSEASON 1/6* L at IND n/a 2007 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Suspended Games 1-2 9/23* W MIN n/a 9/30* W at SD n/a 10/7* L JAX n/a 10/14* W CIN n/a 10/21* W at OAK n/a 11/4* L GB n/a 11/11* L DEN n/a 11/18* L at IND n/a 11/25* L OAK n/a 12/2* L SD n/a 12/9* L at DEN n/a 12/16* L TEN n/a 12/23* L at DET n/a 12/30* L at NYJ n/a Totals n/a 2008 MINNESOTA VIKINGS 9/8* L at GB n/a 9/14* L IND n/a 9/21* W CAR n/a 9/28* L at TEN n/a 10/6* W at NO n/a 10/12* W DET n/a 10/19* L at CHI n/a 11/2* W HOU n/a 11/9* W GB n/a 11/16* L at TB n/a 11/23* W at JAX n/a 11/30* W CHI n/a 12/7* W at DET n/a 12/14* W at ARZ n/a 12/21* L ATL n/a 12/28* W NYG n/a Totals n/a POSTSEASON 1/4* L PHI n/a 2009 MINNESOTA VIKINGS 9/13* W at CLE n/a 9/20* W at DET n/a 9/27* W SF n/a 10/5* W GB n/a 10/11* W at STL n/a 10/18* W BAL n/a 10/25* L at PIT n/a 11/1* W at GB n/a 11/15* W DET n/a 11/22* W SEA n/a 11/29* W CHI (-4) n/a 12/6* L at ARZ n/a 12/13* W CIN n/a 12/20* L at car n/a 12/28* L at CHI n/a 1/3* W NYG n/a Totals (-4) n/a POSTSEASON 1/17* W DAL n/a 1/24* L at NO n/a Totals n/a 46 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

5 2010 MINNESOTA VIKINGS 9/9* L at NO n/a 9/19* L MIA n/a 9/26* W DET n/a 10/11* L at NYJ n/a 10/17* W DAL n/a 10/24* L at GB n/a 10/31* L at NE n/a 11/7* W ARZ n/a 11/14* L at CHI n/a 11/21* L GB n/a 11/28* W at WAS n/a 12/5* W BUF n/a 12/13* L NYG n/a 12/20* L CHI n/a 12/28* W at PHI n/a 1/2* L at DET n/a Totals n/a 2011 MINNESOTA VIKINGS 9/11* L at SD n/a 9/18* L TB n/a 9/25* L DET n/a 10/2* L at KC n/a 10/9* W ARZ n/a 10/16* L at CHI n/a 10/23* L GB n/a 10/30* W at CAR n/a 11/14* L at GB n/a 11/20* L OAK n/a 11/27* L at ATL n/a 12/4* L DEN n/a 12/11* L at DET n/a 12/18* L NO n/a 12/24* W at WAS n/a 1/1* L CHI n/a Totals n/a 2012 MINNESOTA VIKINGS 9/9* W JAX n/a 9/16* L at IND n/a 9/23* W SF n/a 9/30* W at DET n/a 10/7* W TEN n/a 10/14* L at WAS n/a 10/21* W ARZ n/a 10/25* L TB n/a 11/4* L at SEA n/a 11/11* W DET n/a 11/25* L at CHI n/a 12/2* L at GB n/a 12/9* W CHI n/a 12/16* W at STL n/a 12/23* W at HOU n/a 12/30* W GB n/a Totals n/a POSTSEASON 1/5* L at GB n/a 2013 MINNESOTA VIKINGS 9/8* L at DET n/a 9/15* L at CHI n/a 9/22* L CLE n/a 9/29* W PIT n/a 10/13* L CAR n/a 10/21* L at NYG n/a 10/27* L GB n/a 11/3* L at DAL n/a 11/7* W WAS n/a 11/17* L at SEA n/a 11/24* T at GB n/a 12/1* W CHI n/a 12/8* L at BAL n/a 12/15* W PHI n/a 12/22* L at CIN n/a 12/29* W DET n/a Totals n/a ALLEN *Denotes Game Started SACK MASTER Bears DE Jared Allen signed with the team in the 2014 offseason after leading the NFL with sacks since joining the league in Allen has reached double-digit sacks in eight of his 10 NFL seasons, including seven straight seasons entering Since sacks became an official statistic in 1982, Allen s sacks are 12th most in the NFL. MOST SACKS IN THE NFL Since 2004 Player Team(s) Gms Sacks Yds 1. Jared Allen KC-MIN DeMarcus Ware DAL Robert Mathis IND John Abraham NYJ-ATL-ARZ Julius Peppers CAR-CHI CHICAGOBEARS.COM 47

6 91 DAVID BASS Ht: 6-4 Wt: 256 Age: 23 College: Missouri Western St. Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 2 Acquired: Waiver Claim in 2013 (OAK) DEFENSIVE END BASS PRO CAREER: Appeared in 12 games with 1 start during his 2013 rookie season with the Bears, gathering 20.5 tackles - including 1 sack and 2.5 TFLs - 1 INT which he returned 24 yards for a touchdown and 1 PBU... With INT on 11/17/2013 vs. BAL, became first Bears rookie defensive lineman to record an interception since DT Jon Norris (10/18/87 vs. NO)... First Bears defensive lineman to have an INT return TD since Michael Haynes (11/14/04 at TEN, 45-yard score). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Oakland in the 7th round (233rd overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft Signed 4-year contract with Raiders (6/7/13)... Waived by Oakland (8/31/13) Acquired by Chicago from waivers (9/1/13). SIGNED through SEASON: Appeared in 12 games for Chicago with 1 start, recording 20.5 tackles - including 1 sack and 2.5 TFLs - 1 INT and 1 PBU... Returned INT 24 yards for first NFL touchdown vs. BAL (11/17)... Made NFL debut vs. NO (10/6)... Made first NFL start (11/10) vs. DET... Recorded first NFL sack at STL (11/24)... Inactive Games 1-4. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 12-1 COLLEGE: Played 4 years at Missouri Western State Racked up school-record 40.5 sacks during collegiate career... Started 50 consecutive games to set a school record... Earned All-American honors following both junior and senior seasons... Started 14 games as a senior totaling 61 tackles (36 solo), 11.5 sacks and seven passes defensed... One of eight finalists for the Gene Upshaw Award, presented to the top lineman in Division II... Named first-team All-MIAA... Earned second-team AP Little-American honors... A second-team Daktronics All-American and a third-team Beyond Sports College Network All-American selection... Played in East-West Shrine Game... As a junior, started 12 games and posted 55 tackles (35), 14.5 sacks, 20 TFLs... First-team Don Hansen All-American selection Named first-team Daktronics All-American and AP Little-American... Named first-team All-MIAA... Played in 12 games as a sophomore, totaling 10.5 tackles for loss, 8 sacks and 2 INTS... Named second-team All-MIAA Started all 12 games as a redshirt freshman, posting 47 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss, 6.5 sacks, 1 fumble recovery, 1 INT and team-high 8 passes defensed... Named the 2009 Mineral Water Bowl Defensive MVP after recording 7 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, 1 fumble recovery and 1 interception Majored in criminal justice. PERSONAL: Attended University City High School in St. Louis, Mo... A three-sport athlete, participating in football, basketball and track and field... A second-team all-conference selection as a tight end and defensive end... Captained both his high school football and basketball teams as a junior and senior... Earned the Fab-25 Demetrius Johnson football award for defensive line in Missouri and Illinois... An all-metro selection in football and basketball. DAVID BASS NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2013 Chicago t ADDITIONAL STATS: Touchdowns 1-24-yard INT return vs. BAL (11/17/13). 48 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

7 83 MARTELLUS BENNETT Ht: 6-6 Wt: 265 Age: 27 College: Texas A&M Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 7 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2013 (NYG) TIGHT END PRO CAREER: Enters second year with the Bears and seventh NFL season overall hauling in 205 receptions for 2,231 yards (10.9 ypc) and 14 touchdowns in 92 career games (62 starts)... Set career-highs in receptions (65) and receiving yards (759) while tying a career-high in touchdown receptions (5), in first season with the Bears receptions in 2013 were second most in Bears single-season history among tight ends, trailing Hall of Famer Mike Ditka s 75 in One of eight NFL tight ends to total 1,000 receiving yards and 10 TD catches over previous two seasons ( ): Vernon Davis, Antonio Gates, Tony Gonzalez, Jimmy Graham, Rob Gronkowski, Greg Olsen and Jason Witten... During the postseason, has played in 2 contests with 1 start, gathering 3 receptions for 27 yards... Appeared in at least 14 contests in all six NFL seasons and all 16 games in four seasons (2008, 2010 and ). BENNETT CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered the NFL as a second-round pick (61st overall) by Dallas in the 2008 NFL Draft... Signed a 4-year contract with the Cowboys (7/24/08)... Signed 1-year contract with the New York Giants (3/14/12)... Signed 4-year contract with Chicago (3/12/13). SIGNED through SEASON: Set career-highs with 65 receptions and 759 receiving yards (11.7 ypc) while tying a career-high with 5 touchdown catches in first season with the Bears receptions are second most in franchise single-season history among tight ends, trailing Hall of Famer Mike Ditka s 75 in receiving yards are sixth most in franchise single-season history among tight ends and his 5 TD receptions are tied for sixth most... Caught game-winning 10-yard TD with 10 seconds remaining in Week 2 vs. MIN (9/15)... Established career single-game career-highs in receptions (8) and receiving yards (90) at DET (9/29)... Appeared in all 16 contests, starting each game but Game 6 vs. NYG (10/10). GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: Started all 16 games for the Giants, hauling in 55 receptions for 626 receiving yards (11.4 ypc) and 5 TD catches... 5 receptions of 25-plus yards were tied for sixth in the NFL among tight ends Played in 14 games with 7 starts for Dallas... Grabbed 17 catches for 144 yards (8.5 ypc) Appeared in all 16 contests for Dallas with 11 starts... Collected 33 receptions for 260 yards (7.9 ypc) Started 6 of 14 contests played during the regular season for the Cowboys... Gathered 15 receptions for 159 yards (10.6 ypc)... Missed 2 games: vs. SD (12/13) and at NO (12/19) due to concussion suffered at NYG (12/6)... Appeared in both postseason contests for Dallas, starting 1, hauling in 3 receptions for 27 yards During rookie season in Dallas, appeared in all 16 games with 7 starts, recording 20 receptions for 283 yards (14.2 ypc) with 4 TDs... Made NFL debut at CLE (9/7)... Started first career contest vs. PHI (9/15)... Caught TD pass in 3 consecutive games (at WAS, 11/16; vs. SF, 11/23; at SEA, 11/27) to become third rookie in franchise history to accomplish the feat, joining Bob Hayes (1965) and Antonio Bryant (2002). COLLEGE: Finished his Texas A&M career with 105 receptions, 1,246 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns... His 105 receptions tied the school career record for TEs with Rod Bernstine ( ) and his receiving yardage total set an Aggie tight end career record... Holds school record with at least 1 reception in 29 consecutive games... Lettered twice for the Texas A&M basketball team, appearing in 26 games as a reserve forward during the season... Communications major. PERSONAL: Attended Alief High School in Taylor, Texas, where he was a 3-year starter at TE.. Consensus prep All-America selection, a 2-time all-district and all-greater Houston choice... Earned first-team Class 5A all-state honors from the Texas Sports Writers Association as a senior in Also played basketball, picking up all-greater Houston accolades in as a senior... Older brother, Michael, plays defense for the Seattle Seahawks... Married to the former Siggi Walker, the couple has a daughter. CHICAGOBEARS.COM 49

8 MARTELLUS BENNETT S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD 2008 Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas N.Y. Giants t Chicago NFL totals , ADDITIONAL STATS: Kickoff Returns - 1 for 13: 2012 (1 for 13). Fumble recoveries - 1: 2010 (1). BENNETT POSTSEASON Year Team GP-GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD STT 2009 Dallas SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Receptions... 8, at DET (9/29)...Same...3, at MIN (1/17/10) Receiving Yards... 90, at DET (9/29)...Same...27, at MIN (1/17/10) Longest Reception... 43, vs. BAL (11/17)...Same...17, at MIN (1/17/10) Receivng TDs... 2, vs. MIN (9/15)...Same...None MARTELLUS BENNETT S GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATS Regular Season Starting Record (1-0 Postseason Record) 2008 DALLAS COWBOYS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/7 W at CLE /15* W PHI /21 W at GB /28* L WAS /5* W CIN /12 L at ARZ /19 L at STL t 1 10/26 W TB /2 L at NYG /16* W at WAS t 1 11/23 W SF t 1 11/27 W SEA /7* L at PIT /14* W NYG /20 L BAL /28* L at PHI Totals DALLAS COWBOYS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/13 W at TB /20 L NYG /28 W CAR /4* L at DEN /11 W at KC /25* W ATL /1* W SEA /8* W at PHI /15 L at GB /22 W WAS /26 W OAK /6* L at NYG /13 L vs. SD INACTIVE DUE TO INJURY 12/19 W at NO INACTIVE DUE TO INJURY 12/27 W at WAS /3* W PHI Totals POSTSEASON 1/9* W PHI /17 L at MIN Totals DALLAS COWBOYS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/12* L at WAS /19* L CHI /26* W at HOU /10 L TEN /17* L at MIN /25* L NYG /31 L JAX /7 L at GB /14 W at NYG /21* W DET /25* L NO /5* W at IND /12* L PHI /19 W WAS /25* L at ARZ /2* W at PHI Totals DALLAS COWBOYS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/18 W at SF /26* W WAS /2 L DET /16 L at NE /23* W STL /30* L at PHI /6 W SEA /13 W BUF /20* W at WAS /24 W MIA /4* L at ARZ /17* W at TB /24* L PHI /1 L at NYG Totals CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

9 2012 NEW YORK GIANTS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/5* L DAL /16* W TB t 1 9/20* W at CAR /30* L at PHI /7* W CLE /14* W at SF /21* W WAS /28* W at DAL /4* L PIT /11* L at CIN /25* W GB /3* L at WAS /9* W NO /16* L at ATL /23* L at BAL /30* W PHI Totals t CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/15* W MIN /8* W CIN /20* L at WAS t 1 11/24* L at STL /22* W at PIT /29* L at DET /6* L NO /10 W NYG /4* W at GB /10* L DET /17* W BAL /1* L at MIN /9* W DAL /15* W at CLE /22* L at PHI /29* L GB Totals *Denotes Game Started CHICAGO BEARS FREE AGENT SIGNINGS 2012 Taylor Boggs, C NYJ Armanti Edwards, WR/KR Name, Pos From Zack Bowman, CB CHI Tony Fiammetta, FB Kahlil Bell, RB CHI Eben Briton, G JAX Roberto Garza, C Michael Bush, RB OAK Jermon Bushrod, T NO Robbie Gould, K Jason Campbell, QB OAK Nate Collins, DT CHI Kelvin Hayden, CB Nate Collins, DT JAX Sedrick Ellis, DT NO Lamarr Houston, DE Blake Costanzo, LB SF Tony Fiammetta, FB NE Israel Idonije, DE Kellen Davis, TE CHI Kelvin Hayden, CB CHI M.D. Jennings, S Kelvin Hayden, CB ATL Jerrell Jackson, WR JAX Tim Jennings, CB Geno Hayes, LB TB Steve Maneri, TE KC Austen Lane, DE Israel Idonije, DE CHI Turk McBride, DE NO Jeron Mastrud, TE Tim Jennings, CB CHI Josh McCown, QB CHI Danny McCray, S John McCargo, DT TB Henry Melton, DT CHI Sherrick McManis, CB Josh McCown, QB CHI Kyle Moore, DE BUF Josh Morgan, WR Cheta Ozougwu, DE HOU Jonathan Scott, T CHI Ryan Mundy, S DeMario Pressley, DT CAR Matt Slauson, G NYJ Matthew Mulligan, TE Chilo Rachal, OG SF D.J. Williams, LB DEN Michael Ola, T/G Craig Steltz, S CHI Tom Zbikowski, S IND Fendi Onobun, TE Devin Thomas, WR NYG Trevor Scott, DE Donovan Warren, CB DET 2014 Jordan Senn, LB Eric Weems, KR/WR ATL Name, Pos From Matt Slauson, G Jonathan Wilhite, CB DEN Jared Allen, DE MIN Michael Spurlock, WR/KR Josh Bellamy, WR WAS Craig Steltz, S 2013 Eben Britton, T CHI Charles Tillman, CB Name, Pos From Jimmy Clausen, QB CAR D.J. Williams, LB Devin Aromashodu, WR MIN Nate Collins, DT CHI Adrian Wilson, S Armando Allen, RB CHI Jay Cutler, QB CHI Willie Young, DE James Anderson, LB CAR Brian de la Puente, C NO Martellus Bennett, TE NYG Shaun Draughn, RB IND CLE CHI CHI CHI CHI OAK DET GB CHI DET OAK DAL CHI WAS NYG NE MIA CHI TB CAR CHI DET CHI CHI CHI NE DET BENNETT CHICAGOBEARS.COM 51

10 60 TAYLOR BOGGS Ht: 6-3 Wt: 285 Age: 27 College: Humbloldt State Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 3 Acquired: Waived free agent in 2013 (NYJ) GUARD/CENTER BOGGS PRO CAREER: Made NFL regular season debut in 2013 with Chicago, appearing in 1 contest (at WAS 10/20) Entered NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Jets in 2011, spending his rookie season on IR. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent with the New York Jets (7/28/11) Cut by the Jets (4/12/12) Signed by the Chicago Bears (4/9/13) Re-signed by Chicago (2/24/14). SIGNED THROUGH SEASON: Saw action in 1 contest (at WAS 10/20) Active but did not play in other 15 games. PREVIOUS SEASONS: Was placed on IR prior to the start of the season by the Jets. COLLEGE: Was as an American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) first-team All-American following his senior season in Was previously selected to the Daktronics Super Region 4 first-team and was named Great Northwest Athletic Conference offensive lineman-of-the-year... Was a three-time all-gnac first team selection... In 2010, led the blocking for HSU s running game, which accumulated a GNAC best 2,239 yards... Also anchored a unit that ranked 5th overall among NCAA Division II programs for least quarterback sacks allowed, surrendering only 8 in 11 games... Was ranked No. 13 among all centers in all divisions nationwide in ESPN s preseason NFL draft rankings... Boggs has twice been honored as a Strength and Conditioning All-American. PERSONAL: Attended Upland (CA) High School where he was a first-team all-conference offensive lineman. TAYLOR BOGGS NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON GAMES PLAYED-STARTED - 1-0: 2011 NYJ (0-0); 2012 NYJ (0-0); 2013 CHI (1-0) CONTRACT EXPIRATION 2014 Bellamy, Boggs, Briggs, Britton, Brown, Clausen, Collins, Conte, de la Puente, Draughn, Edwards, Franklin, Frey, Garza, Hayden, M.D. Jennings, Lane, J. Long, McCray, McManis, Miller, Morgan, Mulligan, Paea, Palmer, Rosario, Scott, Senn, Spurlock, Steltz, Tillman, Weems, D.J. Williams 2015 Fiammetta, Ford, Forte, Hartson, Hurst, Jeffery, Mastrud, Mundy, Ratliff, Robertson, Toliver, Way, C. Williams, A. Wilson, C.J. Wilson 2016 Bass, Bennett, Booth, Bostic, Dunbar, Dunn, Greene, Groy, Jones, Lattimore, Louis-Jean, Lynch, McClellin, Merrell, Mills, Ola, O Neill, Pegues, Perry, Purdy, Rempel, Trice, Washington, M. Wilson, Young 2017 Allen, Bushrod, Carey, Fales, Ferguson, Gould, T. Jennings, Leno, K. Long, Marshall, O Donnell, Slauson, Sutton, Vereen 2018 Fuller, Houston 2020 Cutler 52 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

11 57 JONATHAN BOSTIC Ht: 6-1 Wt: 245 Age: 23 College: Florida Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 2 Acquired: 2nd round of the 2013 draft LINEBACKER PRO CAREER: Started 9-of-16 games during 2013 rookie season, ranking fifth on the team with 76.5 tackles - including 2 sacks and 4.5 TFLs - 1 INT and 1 fumble recovery, adding 3 special teams tackles... With INT vs. BAL (11/17/13), became first Bears rookie linebacker to record an interception since Lance Briggs (12/7/03) at GB... First Bears rookie linebacker to record multiple sacks in his first season since Brian Urlacher had 8 in Joins Urlacher as the only Bears rookie linebacker to record a sack, interception and opponent fumble recovery in his first season with the team since sacks were first recorded in Started 9-of-last-10 games during rookie season at MLB. BOSTIC CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered the NFL as a second-round pick (50th overall) by Chicago in the 2013 NFL Draft... Signed a 4-year contract with the Bears (5/9/13). SIGNED through SEASON: Appeared in all 16 games during rookie season, starting 9 at MLB, collecting 76.5 tackles - including 2 sacks and 4.5 TFLs - 1 INT and 1 fumble recovery... Ranked fifth on the team in tackles... Also had 3 special teams stops... Made NFL debut vs. CIN (9/8)... Made first career start at MLB on 10/20 at WAS... Recorded first career INT vs. BAL (11/17)... Recorded first career sack at MIN (12/1), collecting 2 sacks in the contest... Started Games 7-15 at MLB. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 16-9 COLLEGE CAREER: Appeared in 51 games, making 32 starts in four seasons ( ) at Florida, finishing career with 237 total tackles, and had 19.0 TFLs, 7.5 sacks, 7 PBUs, 5 INTs and 2 FFs... Started all 13 games at middle linebacker as a senior ranking third on the team with 68 tackles and fifth with 6.5 TFLs for a total of 23 yards for loss... Also tied for second on the team with 3.0 sacks and tied for fourth in interceptions (2) and third in quarterback hurries (4) while being named to Coaches All-SEC Second Team on defense in final year at UF... Started all 13 games at MLB as a junior leading Gators with 94 tackles and finished tied for second with 10.0 TFLs for a total of 57 yards for loss... Added 3.0 sacks, 2 PBUs, 2 QB hurries and 1 FF as a junior... Appeared in all 13 games as a sophomore, starting 6, gathering 57 tackles (36 solo) and 3 INTs... Led all UF freshmen with 18 total tackles, including 14 solo. PERSONAL: Selected to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl after playing high school football at Palm Beach Central under coach Rodney Harris... Ranked as the fifth-best inside linebacker prospect according to Rivals.com, selecting UF over Miami, LSU, FSU and Clemson... Member of the ESPNU Top All-state selection for Florida Class-6A... Father, Jon Bostic, was a defensive back for the Detroit Lions, playing in a total of 29 games from JONATHAN BOSTIC S CAREER STATISTICS Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2013 Chicago SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 12, at MIN (12/1)...Same...None Solos... 7, two times...same...none Tackles For Loss... 1, four times...same...none Interceptions... 1, vs. BAL (11/17)...Same...None Sacks... 2, at MIN (12/1)...Same...None CHICAGOBEARS.COM 53

12 55 LANCE BRIGGS Ht: 6-1 Wt: 244 Age: 33 College: Arizona Bears Season: 12 NFL Season: 12 Acquired: 3rd round of the 2003 draft LINEBACKER BRIGGS PRO CAREER: Seven-time Pro Bowler ( ) has recorded 1,501 tackles, 93 TFLs, 15 INTs, 15 sacks, 18 forced fumbles, 7 fumble recoveries and 6 defensive TDs in 11 seasons ( ) as a member of the Bears 6 defensive TDs are third most in franchise history (trailing Charles Tillman, 9, and Mike Brown, 7), and 5 INT return TDs are second most (behind Tillman s 8) His 5 interception return TDs are tied with Jack Pardee for third most in NFL history among linebackers (trailing Hall of Famer Bobby Bell and Derrick Brooks) One of nine players in franchise history to be voted to 7 Pro Bowls... Just the fourth LB in franchise history to be selected to 7 straight Pro Bowls, joining Hall of Famers Dick Butkus, Bill George and Mike Singletary 1,501 career tackles are second most in franchise history since 1971 when tackles were officially recorded for the first time, trailing Brian Urlacher s 1,779 Has led the team in tackles five times: 2004, 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2012 and finished second four times: 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2010 Has started 162-of-165 career games played Collected 100-plus tackles for nine straight seasons from He and Urlacher were the first Bears LBs to be selected to consecutive Pro Bowls together (2005 and 2006) since Wilber Marshall and Mike Singletary in 1987 and 1988 According to STATS, leads NFL in stuffs - a tackle of a rusher for negative yards - over the past 11 seasons with Became first linebacker in NFL history to return an interception for a score in each of his first 3 campaigns Has 57 tackles including 4 TFLs, 1 INT and 2 PBUs in 6 career postseason starts. HONORS AND AWARDS: Pro Bowl; NFC Defensive Player of the Week (10/23) Pro Bowl Pro Bowl; second-team All-Pro (AP); NFC Defensive Player of the Week (9/27) Pro Bowl Pro Bowl Pro Bowl; second-team All-Pro (AP); All-Pro (The Sporting News, Sports Illustrated); All-NFC (Pro Football Weekly); Pro Bowl; first-team All-Pro (AP). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as a third-round selection (68th overall) by Chicago in the 2003 NFL Draft Signed contract with Bears (7/25/03) Designated with the team s franchise tag for 2007 season Signed 6-year contract with Chicago (3/7/08) Signed 1-year extension with Bears (4/11/12). SIGNED through SEASON: Started all 9 games played, ranking fourth on the team with 87 tackles - including a career-high 3 sacks and a team-high 10 TFLs - 5 PBUs and 2 FFs... Tied for seventh in the NFL with 10 stuffs - a tackle of a rusher for negative yards - according to STATS... Led the Bears in tackles in games 1 and Started games 1-7 and at WLB... Missed games 8-14 due to shoulder injury. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 9-9 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Paced the Bears in tackles (128) and TFLs (9), starting all 16 contests Ranked third on Bears in PBUs (10)... Registered 2 forced fumbles, 2 INTs and 3 PBUs... Returned both INTs for TDs, becoming second linebacker in franchise history with two INT return TDs in a single season (Bones Weatherly, 2 in 1950)... Along with CB Charles Tillman became first teammates in NFL history to each have interception return touchdowns in back-to-back games (Weeks 4-5; Briggs 74 yards at DAL and 36 yards at JAX; Tillman 25 yards at DAL and 36 yards at JAX) Paced the Bears in tackles (147) while starting all 16 contests Registered 8 TFLs, 2 forced fumbles, 1 INT and 3 PBUs Ranked second on the team in tackles (121) and TFLs (7), starting all 15 regular season games He played and started both playoff contests Tallied 2.0 sacks, 2 INTs, 7 PBUs, 2 FFs and 1 FR Led the team with 16 tackles (10 solo) in the postseason, including 1 INT Started all 15 games he appeared in, leading the Bears in tackles (147) Posted a career-high 2.5 sacks to go along with 2 PBUs, 1 INT and 7 TFLs Paced the Bears in tackles (136) and fumble recoveries (2), starting all 16 games at WLB Tied for second on the team and second among all NFL linebackers with a career-high 3 INTs Returned a fumble 21 yards for a TD at IND (9/7) Finished second on Chicago in PBUs (7)... Tallied 0.5 sack, 1 FF, 2 FRs and 9 TFLs 54 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

13 Collected first multi-int game of his career at STL (11/23) Led Chicago with 10 TFLs... Ranked second on the Bears in tackles (140) while posting 2 forced fumbles and 2 sacks... Finished the season tied for second in the NFL with 12.5 stuffs, according to STATS, Inc Also added 4 QB hits, 1 PBU and 1 FR Started all 16 games for 3rd straight season while finishing 2nd on team with career-high 176 tackles Also finished 2nd on roster with 10 TFLs (tying a career high), and 9 PBUs Led team in postseason with 32 tackles and 3 TFLs; added 2 PBUs Ranked 2nd on Bears with 170 tackles, 2 sacks, 2 INT, 13 PBUs, 3 FFs and 2 FRs while starting all 16 games Started 16 games at WLB, moving from SLB in the off-season, and became first Bears player other than Urlacher to lead team in tackles since Barry Minter in 1999 Named Pro Bowl second-alternate at OLB after recording 168 tackles including 10 TFLs and 0.5 sack and INT return TD Led team in tackles in 8 games Scored 2nd career TD on 38-yard INT return at DET (12/26); combined with Mike Green on his first career sack Played all 16 games as a rookie for Chicago, becoming a starter at SLB for final 13 contests and tying for 4th on Chicago with 81 tackles Added an INT return for a TD, 5 PBUs and 4 TFLs. COLLEGE: Three-time first-team all-pac-10 selection at LB at Arizona ( ) Switched positions from FB to LB during the spring following his freshman season Led Wildcats in tackles each of his three seasons on defense Concluded career with 308 tackles (205 solos), 10.5 sacks, 36 TFLs, 3 INTs, 10 PBUs, 5 forced fumbles and 4 fumble recoveries in 33 games at SLB Named team s Defensive Most Valuable Player as a senior. BRIGGS PERSONAL: Three-year letterman at Elk Grove High School in Sacramento, CA, as a LB, RB, S, K, kickoff and punt returner Named Sacramento Bee Player-of-the-Year as a senior with 100 tackles, including 5 sacks Two-year track letterman in the 200-meters, 4x100 relay and shot put Born Lance Marell Briggs to Raymond and Brenda Briggs Sister, Tranae, played volleyball at Sacramento State, South Florida and Florida State Cousin, Tamika Dennis, played volleyball at Arizona Participated in ESPN: The Weekend at Disney s Wide World of Sports during the 2006 off-season. LANCE BRIGGS NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2003 Chicago t Chicago t Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago t Chicago NFL totals , t ADDITIONAL STATS: Touchdowns - 6: 45-yard INT return at GB (12/7/03); 38-yard INT return at DET (12/26/04); 10-yard INT return at GB (12/25/05); 21-yard fumble recovery at IND (9/7/08); 74-yard INT return at DAL (10/1/12); 36-yard INT return at JAX (10/7/12). POSTSEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2005 Chicago Chicago Chicago Postseason SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 19, vs. NO (10/6)...19, two times...13, two times Solos... 11, vs. NO (10/6)...15, two times...11, vs. IND (SB XLI) Tackles For Loss... 4, vs. NO (10/6)...Same...1, four times Interceptions... None...2, at STL (11/23/08)...1, vs. GB (1/23/11) Longest INT Return... None...45t, at GB (12/7/03)...4, vs. GB (1/23/11) Pass Defenses... 2, at WAS (10/20)...3, vs. GB (12/4/05)...1, two times CHICAGOBEARS.COM 55

14 LANCE BRIGGS GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS Regular Season Starting Record (3-3 Postseason) BRIGGS 2003 CHICAGO BEARS 9/7 L at SF /14 L at MIN /29 L GB /5* W OAK /12* L at NO /19* L at SEA /26* W DET /2* W SD /9* L at DET /16* L STL /23* W at DEN /30* W ARZ /7* L at GB /14* W MIN /21* W WAS /28* L at KC Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/12* L DET /19* W at GB /26* L at MIN /3* L PHI /17* L WAS /24* L at TB /31* W SF /7* W at NYG /14* W at TEN /21* L IND /25* L at DAL /5* W MIN /12* L at JAX /19* L HOU /26* L at DET /2* L GB Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/11* L at WAS /18* W DET /25* L CIN /9* L at CLE /16* W MIN /23* W BALT /30* W at DET /6* W at NO /13* W SF /20* W CAR /27* W at TB /4* W GB /11* L at PIT /18* W ATL /25* W at GB /1* L at MIN Totals POSTSEASON 1/15* L CAR CHICAGO BEARS 9/10* W at GB /17* W DET /24* W at MIN /1* W SEA /8* W BUF /16* W at ARZ /29* W SF /5* L MIA /12* W at NYG /19* W at NYJ /26* L at NE /3* W MIN /11* W at STL /17* W TB /24* W at DET /31* L GB Totals POSTSEASON 1/14* W SEA /21* W NO /4* L IND Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/9* L at SD /16* W KC /23* L DAL /30 L at DET INACTIVE 10/7* W at GB /14* L MIN /21* W at PHI /28* L DET /11* W at OAK /18* L at SEA /25* W DEN /2* L NYG /6* L at WAS /17* L at MIN /23 W GB INACTIVE 12/30* W NO Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/7* W at IND /14* L at CAR /21* L TB /28* W PHI /5* W at DET /12* L at ATL /19* W MIN /2* W DET /9* L TEN /16* L at GB /23* W at STL /30* L at MIN /7* W JAX /11* W NO /22* W GB /28* L at HOU Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/13* L at GB /20* W PIT /27* W at SEA /4* W DET /18* L at ATL /25* L at CIN /1* W CLE /8* L ARZ /12* L at SF /22* L PHI /29* L at MIN /6 W STL INACTIVE 12/13* L GB /20* L at BAL /28* W MIN /3* W at DET Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/12* W DET /19* W at DAL /27* W GB /3* L at NYG /10* W at CAR /17 L SEA INACTIVE 10/24* L WAS /7* W at BUF /14* W MIN /18* W at MIA /28* W PHI /5* W at DET /12* L NE /20* W at MIN /26* W NYJ /2* L at GB Totals POSTSEASON 1/16* W SEA /23* L GB Totals CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

15 2011 CHICAGO BEARS 9/11* W ATL /18* L at NO /25* L GB /2* W CAR /10* L at DET /16* W MIN /23* W at TB /7* W at PHI /13* W DET /20* W SD /27* L at OAK /4* L KC /11* L at DEN /18* L SEA /25* L at GB /1* W at MIN Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/8* W CIN /15* W MIN /22* W at PIT /29* L at DET /6* L NO /10* W NYG /20* L at WAS INACTIVE GAMES /22* L at PHI /29* L GB Totals *Denotes Game Started 2012 CHICAGO BEARS 9/9* W IND /13* L at GB /23* W STL /1* W at DAL /7* W at JAX /22* W DET /28* W CAR /4* W at TEN /11* L HOU /19* L at SF /25* W MIN /2* L SEA /9* L at MIN /16* L GB /23* W at ARZ /30* W at DET Totals BRIGGS WANNA BE LIKE MIKE Former Bears linebacker Mike Singletary is the franchise s all-time leader in Pro Bowl selections, earning 10 appearances during his 12-year career ( ). Singletary is followed on the list by fellow Hall of Famers Walter Payton (9 selections), Doug Atkins (8), Dick Butkus (8) and Bill George (8), and linebackers Brian Urlacher (8) and Lance Briggs (7). Since the first Bears players earned Pro Bowl honors in 1951, a total of 86 Bears players have earned a total of 226 Pro Bowl selections. Listed below are all Bears players who earned four or more selections while the third column lists current Bears players who have been named to the team at least one time. LB Lance Briggs has eanred seven Pro Bowl selections while WR Brandon Marshall earned a Pro Bowl nod in his first two seasons with the team and has five total selections, earning the honor on two occasions with Denver and once with Miami. The entire list by individual selections earned can be found on page 254, by year on pages Name, Pos Pro Bowls Mike Singletary, LB...10 Walter Payton, RB... 9 Doug Atkins, DE... 8 Dick Butkus, LB... 8 Bill George, LB... 8 Brian Urlacher, LB... 8 Lance Briggs, LB...7 Jay Hilgenberg, C...7 Stan Jones, G...7 Olin Kreutz, C... 6 Rick Casares, RB... 5 Name, Pos Pro Bowls Mike Ditka, TE... 5 Joe Fortunato, LB... 5 Gale Sayers, RB... 5 Neal Anderson, RB... 4 George Connor, T/LB... 4 Richard Dent, DE... 4 Dave Duerson, S... 4 Dan Hampton, DE/DT... 4 Richie Petitbon, DB... 4 Ed Sprinkle, DE... 4 Fred Williams, DT... 4 Current Bears, Pos Pro Bowls Lance Briggs, LB...7 Brandon Marshall, WR...2 (5) Matt Forté, RB... 2 Tim Jennings, CB... 2 Charles Tillman, CB... 2 Robbie Gould, PK... 1 Alshon Jeffery, WR... 1 Kyle Long, G... 1 Number in ( ) denotes total Pro Bowl selections CHICAGOBEARS.COM 57

16 62 EBEN BRITTON Ht: 6-6 Wt: 308 Age: 26 College: Arizona Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 6 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2013 (JAX) GUARD/TACKLE BRITTON PRO CAREER: Enters second year with the Bears and sixth NFL season with experience at both tackle positions and guard, seeing a majority of his playing time during his first season in Chicago as a sixth eligible lineman... Has played in 50 games with 34 starts for Jacksonville ( ) and Chicago (2013) during NFL career... Started 23 games at RT, 7 at LG and 4 as a sixth eligible lineman... One of three rookies to start 15-plus games for the Jaguars in 2009, all of them coming at RT. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted in the 2nd round (39th overall) of the 2009 NFL draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars... Signed 4-year contract with the Jaguars (8/1/09)... Signed 1-year contract with the Bears (4/16/13)... Signed 1-year contract with Chicago (4/3/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Appeared in final 13 games for Chicago starting 4 of them as a sixth eligible lineman... Did not commit a penalty in 235 snaps during the season... Saw action at RT in Game 16 vs. GB (12/29) when starter Jordan Mills left the game due to injury. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 13-4 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Played in 11 games making 5 starts at LG for the Jaguars Was hampered by a back injury and played in only 4 games with 3 starts in Jacksonville Was inactive for 5 games and was placed on IR on Nov Started first 7 games at RT before he suffered a season-ending shoulder injury Was placed on injured reserve on Oct Started 15 games as a rookie RT, the third-most by a rookie OT in Jaguars history Started season-opener on 9/13 at IND, joining Eugene Monroe as the first pair of rookie tackles to start on opening day in the NFL since 1982 when Luis Sharpe and Tootie Robbins started for the St. Louis Cardinals. COLLEGE CAREER: Started all 37 games played in three seasons at Arizona ( )... Played first two seasons at RT (24 games) before switching to LT as a junior (13 games)... Registered 289 knockdowns, 34 down-field blocks and 43 TD-resulting blocks, grading 85.6 for blocking consistency... Was penalized just four times on 2,461 snaps... Earned All- America honorable mention by The NFL Draft Report and first-team all-pac 10 as a junior... Third-team All-America selection and all-pac 10 first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report, while starting all 12 games at RT as a sophomore... Started all 12 games as a redshirt freshman at RT, earning first-team Freshman All-America honors from The NFL Draft Report... Selected honorable mention all-pac 10 by the league s coaches... Spent 2005 season on the scout team and did not play in any games... Graduated in 2011 with a degree in creative writing. PERSONAL: Has a daughter, Sondra Eleanor Parsons Attended John Burroughs High School (Burbank, Calif.) Named Foothill League co-lineman of the year as a senior Added Los Angeles Times all-region San Fernando Valley honors and named Super Prep All-American Competed in the Cali-Florida All-Star game in Miami Started at LT as a senior and at RT his first two seasons Also lettered in basketball and track, setting school records in the shot put and discus Four-time Honor Roll student and Scholar-Athlete Award winner Father, Jeff, played basketball at Jacksonville University Mother, Abbie, is a Columbia University graduate and journalist. She owns a personal training business Comes from a family of athletes, actors, writers and painters His grandmother, Estelle Parsons, won an Academy Award for her role as Blanche Barrow in the 1967 film, Bonnie and Clyde Born in New York, N.Y. EBEN BRITTON S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON GAMES PLAYED-STARTED : 2009 JAX (15-15); 2010 JAX (7-7); 2011 JAX (4-3); 2012 JAX (11-5); 2013 CHI (13-4) 58 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

17 78 JAMES BROWN Ht: 6-4 Wt: 306 Age: 25 College: Troy Bears Season: 3 NFL Season: 3 Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2012 GUARD/TACKLE PRO CAREER: Played in 5 games for the Bears in 2012, starting the final 3 contests of the season at LG... Spent 2013 season on Chicago s active roster but was inactive all 16 contests... Made NFL debut on December 2, 2012 versus Seattle and made first career start on December 16, 2012 versus Green Bay at LG... Spent first 10 weeks of 2012 season on Bears practice squad after joining the team in offseason as an undrafted rookie free agent. BROWN CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as an undrafted free agent with Chicago (4/29/12)... Waived by Chicago (8/31/12)... Signed to Bears practice squad (9/1/12)... Elevated to Chicago s active roster (11/21/12). SIGNED THROUGH Spent entire season on Bears active roster but was inactive for all 16 regular season contests. PREVIOUS SEASONS: Played in 5 contests, including 3 starts at LG for Chicago... Made NFL debut in Week 13 vs. SEA (12/2)... Made first career NFL start in Week 15 vs. GB (12/16) at LG... Spent first 10 weeks of 2012 season on Bears practice squad before being elevated to active roster (11/21)... Inactive in Week 11 vs. MIN (11/25). COLLEGE: A two-year starter at Troy... A first-team all-sun Belt selection, started all 12 games at left tackle his senior year Graded out at 87 percent on the season with 878 snaps Was penalized just two times while racking up a team-high 110 knockdown blocks Started all 13 games at left tackle for the Trojans as a junior... Led the team with 66 knockdown blocks... Attended Southwest Mississippi CC for two years... Named a second team All-Mississippi Junior College performer following his sophomore season. PERSONAL: Was a two-time all-state selection in Class 2A while attending Amite County (MS) High School... Was considered to be one of the top offensive line prospects in Mississippi as a senior... Won 2005 Mississippi state weightlifting championship. REGULAR SEASON GAMES PLAYED-STARTED - 5-3: 2012 CHI (5-3) JAMES BROWN S NFL STATISTICS OFFENSIVE LINEMEN SCORES Since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970, five Bears offensive lineman have scored a touchdown. Edwin Williams was the last Bears offensive lineman to score a touchdown, doing so on December 25, 2011 at Green Bay when he recovered a fumble in the end zone. TDs BY BEARS OFFENSIVE LINEMEN SINCE 1970 Player Date Opp. TD Edwin Williams 12/25/11 at GB Fumble recovery in end zone John St. Clair 9/16/07 vs. KC 2-yard pass from Rex Grossman Marcus Spears 10/13/96 at NO 1-yard pass from Dave Krieg George Seals 10/10/71 vs. NO Fumble recovery in end zone Rich Coady 11/29/70 at BAL 1-yard pass from Jack Concannon CHICAGOBEARS.COM 59

18 74 JERMON BUSHROD Ht: 6-5 Wt: 320 Age: 29 College: Towson Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 8 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2013 (NO) TACKLE BUSHROD PRO CAREER: Two-time Pro Bowler ( ) has started 78-of-82 games played in seven seasons at left tackle for New Orleans ( ) and Chicago (2013)... Since becoming a starter in 2009, his teams have ranked in the top five in NFL for for fewest sacks allowed each season... In first season with the Bears (2013), started all 16 games at LT on line that allowed just 30 sacks, tied for fourth fewest in the NFL... During his time as a starter for New Orleans ( ), Saints offense allowed just 96 sacks, tied for fewest in the NFL, led the NFL in total offense (413.6 ypg) and was second in scoring offense (29.7 ppg)... Started all 16 contests in each of the last four seasons... Anchored the Saints offensive line during their Super Bowl Championship season in 2009, starting 14 of 15 games played... Started all 6 postseason contests played at left tackle, including Super Bowl XLIV. HONORS AND AWARDS: Pro Bowl Pro Bowl; Madden Most Valuable Protectors of the Year (Offensive Line Award); Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award (Week 9) Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award (Week 6) Madden Most Valuable Protectors of the Year. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted in the fourth round (125th overall) by New Orleans in the 2007 NFL Draft Signed 3-year contract with the Saints (6/20/07) Signed 1-year contract with New Orleans (4/13/10) Signed 2-year contract with Saints (7/29/11) Signed 5-year contract with Chicago (3/12/13). SIGNED through SEASON: Started all 16 games at LT for Chicago on O-line that allowed just 30 sacks, tied for fourth fewest in the NFL... Helped Bears offense set franchise records in net yards (6,109), gross passing yards (4,450), net passing yards (4,281), completion percentage (64.4), passing touchdowns (32), passer rating (96.9), first downs (344) and passing first downs (215) in first season with the team... Chicago s 445 points scored in 2013 were second-most in team history... Helped pave way for first 1,000-yard rusher of career (M. Forte, 1,339 yards). GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: Named to second-consecutive Pro Bowl after starting all 16 games at LT for New Orleans, anchoring line that was tied for third in the NFL in fewest sacks allowed Saints were second in the NFL in total offense (410.9 yards per game) and third in scoring (28.8 points per game) Helped block for Drew Brees who became first QB in NFL history with multiple 5,000-yard passing seasons (2011 and 2012), as he threw for 5,177 yards, third most in NFL single-season history Offense compiled 6,574 total net yards, 11th most in NFL single-season history Named to first career Pro Bowl after starting all 16 games at LT for Saints, as offensive line allowed just 24 sacks, tied for second fewest in the NFL Saints offense set an NFL single-season record with 7,474 net yards and ranks fifth in NFL history in total points (547) Anchored offensive line that was key to helping Saints lead the NFL in total offense (467.1 yards per game) and finished second in scoring (34.2 points per game) Helped block for QB Drew Brees who set an NFL single-season record with 5,476 passing yards Started both postseason contests at LT Anchored New Orleans offensive line by starting all 16 games at LT as line allowed 26 sacks, fifth fewest in the NFL Saints offense was sixth in the NFL in total offense (372.5 yards per game) and third in passing offense (277.6 net yards per game) Started New Orleans lone postseason contest at LT Started 14 of 15 games played at LT for Super Bowl Champion Saints Offensive line allowed just 20 sacks, fourth fewest in the NFL New Orleans led NFL in scoring offense (31.9 points per game) and total offense (403.8 yards per game) Started all 3 postseason contests at LT, including Super Bowl XLIV Inactive vs. NYJ (10/4) with knee and ankle injuries Appeared in 2 contests on special teams Inactive for 12 games, DNP in 2 contets Saw action in 1 contest, his NFL debut at HOU (11/18), on special teams Inactive for 14 games, DNP in 1 contest. 60 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

19 COLLEGE: Four-year starter at Towson All-Atlantic 10 selection at LT in 2006 Finished career with a streak of 38 consecutive starts Earned third-team all-league honors as a junior Posted 72 knockdown blocks and was third-team all-atlantic 10 as a sophomore, his first full season as a starter Started 5 games in 2003 after redshirting in PERSONAL: Attended King George (Va.) High School, where he was a standout in football, basketball and baseball Honorable mention all-state selection at tackle Scheduled an annual golf tournament to raise book scholarships for student athletes from his hometown of King George, Va Has worked as a substitute teacher and done community service work at various NAACP events. JERMON BUSHROD S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON GAMES PLAYED-STARTED : 2007 NO (1-0); 2008 NO (2-0); 2009 NO (15-14); 2010 NO (16-16); 2011 NO (16-16); 2012 NO (16-16). POSTSEASON GAMES PLAYED-STARTED - 6-6: 2009 NO (3-3); 2010 NO (1-1); 2011 NO (2-2). BUSHROD COME-FROM-BEHIND WINS (Regular season only) Never Largest Deficit Wins trailed pts. at DET pts. vs. DET pts. vs. TB; 14 pts. at TB pts. vs. KC; 20 pts. at TB pts. at KC pts vs. OAK pts at MIA Never Largest Deficit Wins trailed pts vs. DET pts. vs. SF; 14 pts. vs. CLE pts. vs. OAK pts. at NYG pts. at ARZ pts. vs. DEN pts. vs. GB pts. at SEA pts. vs. DET; 10 pts. vs. GB; 11 pts. vs. NYJ pts. vs. CAR CHICAGOBEARS.COM 61

20 8 JIMMY CLAUSEN Ht: 6-2 Wt: 210 Age: 26 College: Notre Dame Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 5 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (CAR) QUARTERBACK CLAUSEN PRO CAREER: Joined the Bears in 2014 after appearing in 13 games with 10 starts over four seasons ( ) with the Carolina Panthers... Completed 157-of-299 passes (52.5 completion percentage) for 1,558 yards, 3 touchdowns and 9 interceptions... Has 57 rushing yards on 23 carries (2.5 ypc)... All 13 appearances came in 2010 rookie season... Spent 2013 season on Injured Reserve due to a shoulder injury... Made NFL debut on September 12, 2010 at the New York Giants... Started first NFL game on September 26, 2010 versus Cincinnati... Has 1 career game with a 100-plus passer rating (107.6, versus Arizona on December 19, 2010). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as a second round selection (48th overall) in the 2010 NFL Draft with Carolina... Signed 4-year contract with Panthers (7/28/10)... Waived/Injured by Carolina (8/31/13)... Signed 1-year contract with Chicago (6/5/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Spent regular season on Carolina s reserve/injured list due to a shoulder injury. GAMES PLAYED-GAMES STARTED: 0-0 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Inactive all 16 regular season games for Carolina Spent season on Panthers 53-man roster but was inactive all 16 regular season games Made 10 starts and 13 appearances during rookie season with Carolina... Completed 157-of-299 passing attempts (52.5 percentage) for 1,558 yards, 3 touchdowns and 9 interceptions... Added 57 rushing yards on 23 carries (2.5 ypc)... Connected with RB Jonathan Stewart on a 55-yard scoring strike for first career touchdown pass at NO (10/3)... Had 1 contest with 100-plus passer rating (107.6 vs. ARZ on 12/19). COLLEGE: A three-year starter ( ) at Notre Dame, completing 695-of-1,110 pass attempts for 8,148 yards, 60 touchdowns and 27 interceptions... Started 34-of-35 games played... Second in school history in career passing yards, passing attempts and completions... Third in school annals in career passing touchdowns... 3,722 passing yards and 28 passing touchdowns in 2009 as a junior both rank third in school single-season annals... One of only two players in Notre Dame history to average over 300 yards passing per game in a single-season ( ypg in 2009) along with Brady Quinn (326.6 ypg in 2005) Hawai i Bowl Co-MVP with WR Golden Tate after setting school bowl-game record with 401 yards passing and 5 touchdowns (on 22-of-26 passing)... Named 2009 Second-team All-America by CBS Sportsline... Majored in sociology. PERSONAL: Attended Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, Calif... Received the Ball Park National High School Playerof-the-Year Award at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl... Was named USA Today Offensive Player-of-the-Year, received National High School Offensive Player-of-the-Year Award from the Touchdown Club of Columbus (Ohio) and was named finalist for Sam B. Nicola award, presented annually to the top high school player as senior... Was named co-player of the year and first-team All-America by Parade Magazine... Named a first-team All-America by Scout.com... Completed 194-of-281 passes for 3,428 yards, 49 touchdowns and 6 interceptions in 15 games as a senior, also rushing for 7 scores... Helped lead Oaks Christian to four consecutive CIF-Southern Section championships record as a starter. 62 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

21 JIMMY CLAUSEN S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Att Cmp Pct Yds Yds/Att TD Int Lg Sk-Yds Rating 2010 Carolina , t Record as Starter: 1-9 (.100) (1-9). ADDITIONAL STATS: Fumbles-Lost -- (9-2): 2010 (9-2). Year Team Rush Yds Avg Lg TD 2010 Carolina SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Attempts... None...34, at SEA (12/5/10)...None Completions... None...19, at ATL (1/2/11)...None Passing Yards... None...195, at CLE (11/28/10)...None TD Passes... None...1, three times...none Interceptions... None...1, nine times...none Longest Completion... None...55t, at NO (10/3/10)...None CLAUSEN JIMMY CLAUSEN GAME-BY-GAME PASSING 1-9 Regular Season Starting Record (0-0 Postseason Record) 2010 CAROLINA PANTHERS Date W/L Opp. Att Cmp Yds Pct. TD INT Lg Sk/Lst Rtg 9/12 L at NYG / /19 L TB / /26* L CIN / /3* L at NO t 3/ /10* L CHI / DNP Games /7 L NO / /14* L at TB / Inactive Game 10 11/28* L at CLE / /5* L at SEA / /12* L ATL / /19* W ARZ / /23* L at PIT / /2* L at ATL / Totals t 33/ PRIME-TIME BEARS The Bears are scheduled to make five appearances on primetime television during the 2014 regular season. Chicago went 4-1 in primetime during the 2013 regular season on NFLN s Thursday Night Football (1-0), NBC s Sunday Night Football (1-1), ESPN s Monday Night Football (2-0). The Bears first primetime contest of the 2014 season is Week 2 at San Francisco on NBC s Sunday Night Football. Eight days later, the Bears play on ESPN s Monday Night Football against the Jets in New Jersey. Chicago plays a third nationally-televised game on the road against the Green Bay Packers in Week 10 on NBC s Sunday Night Football. Chicago plays two regular season primetime contests at home in back-to-back Weeks: Week 14 vs. Dallas on Thursday Night Football and Week 15 vs. New Orleans on ESPN s Monday Night Football. Chicago is also set to play in a nationally-televised preseason game at Soldier Field vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday, August 14 on ESPN. The Bears are all time on Monday Night Football (15-11 at home; on the road); on Sunday Night Football (5-9 at home; 9-10 on the road) and 5-4 on Thursday Night Football (2-0 at home; 3-4 on the road) during the regular season. CHICAGOBEARS.COM 63

22 98 NATE COLLINS Ht: 6-2 Wt: 296 Age: 26 College: Virginia Bears Season: 3 NFL Season: 5 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2012 (JAX) DEFENSIVE TACKLE COLLINS PRO CAREER: Appeared in 27 games with 2 starts over four seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars ( ) and Chicago Bears ( ), collecting 35 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1 TFL, 1 pass break up and a fumble recovery. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent by the New York Giants (4/25/10)... Waived by the Giants (9/4/10)... Signed to the Giants practice squad (9/5/10)... Signed by Jacksonville (11/13/10)... Signed a 1-year deal with the Jaguars (7/29/11)... Signed a 1-year contract by Chicago (5/23/12)... Signed a 1-year contract with Bears (3/14/13) Signed a 1-year contract with Chicago (3/9/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Played in 5 games, making his first 2 career starts before being placed on IR with a knee injury Before the injury, paced the Bears defensive line with 12 tackles, including 1 sack. GAMES PLAYED-GAMES STARTED: 5-2 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Appeared in 9 games for Chicago, recording 13 tackles and one tackle for loss Appeared in 12 games for Jacksonville, assisting in 10 tackles... Recorded half sack, a fumble recovery and 1 pass break up Appeared in 1 game for the Jaguars, making NFL debut at TEN (12/5). COLLEGE: Finished collegiate career with 160 tackles (87 solo), 9 sacks, 1 forced fumble and 1 interception Named firstteam all-acc as a senior... Started all 12 games in his final season and totaled 76 tackles, 6 sacks and 10.5 tackles for loss Played in 12 games as a junior with five starts and finished with 36 tackles Played in all 13 games as sophomore as reserve NT Had 31 tackles, 5 tackles for loss and 2 sacks Appeared in all 12 games as a freshman and produced 17 tackles, 1 sack, 4 tackles for loss and 5 quarterback pressures. PERSONAL: Attended King & Low-Heywood Thomas High School in Stamford, Conn Played FB, TB, TE, WR, DT, LB and QB throughout his career Played DE primarily as a senior but also saw action for four games at QB due to injuries... Also lettered in basketball and baseball Father, Allen, played basketball at Alaska-Anchorage. NATE COLLINS NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2010 Jacksonville Jacksonville Chicago Chicago Bears totals NFL totals SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 4, vs. MIN (9/15)...5, vs. CAR (10/28/12)...None Solos... 2, three times...4, vs. CAR (10/28/12)...None Sacks... 1, vs. NO (10/6)...Same...None Tackles For Loss... None...1, vs. HOU (11/11/12)...None 64 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

23 NATE COLLIN S GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS 0-2 Regular Season Starting Record 2010 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 12/5 W at TEN Totals JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 9/11 W TEN /25 L at CAR /2 L NO /30 L at HOU /13 W at IND /20 L at CLE /27 L HOU /5 L SD /11 W TB /15 L at ATL /24 L at TEN /1 W IND Totals CHICAGO BEARS 10/28 W CAR /4 W at TEN /11 L HOU /19 L at SF /25 W MIN /2 L SEA /9* L at MIN /16* L GB /23 W at ARI Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/8 W CIN /15 W MIN /22 W at PIT /29* L at DET /6* L NO /10 NYG INJURED RESERVE 10/20 at WAS INJURED RESERVE 11/4 at GB INJURED RESERVE 11/10 DET INJURED RESERVE 11/17 BAL INJURED RESERVE 11/24 at STL INJURED RESERVE 12/1 at MIN INJURED RESERVE 12/9 DAL INJURED RESERVE 12/15 at CLE INJURED RESERVE 12/22 at PHI INJURED RESERVE 12/29 GB INJURED RESERVE Totals *Denotes Game Started COLLINS BLOWN LEADS (Regular season only) Never Largest Lead Losses led at TB vs. NO; 14 at DEN vs. CIN; 20 at MIN at DET Never Largest Lead Losses led vs. MIN; 15 at TB vs. SEA vs. NO; 21 vs. NE; 11 at GB vs. STL; 14 at GB at CAR CHICAGOBEARS.COM 65

24 47 CHRIS CONTE Ht: 6-2 Wt: 203 Age: 25 College: California Bears Season: 4 NFL Season: 4 Acquired: 3rd round of the 2011 draft SAFETY CONTE PRO CAREER: Started 40-of-45 games played in three seasons ( ) with the Bears recording 230 tackles - including 3 TFLs - 6 INTs, 13 PBUs, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery... Added 4 special teams stops... Set career-highs in games played (16), starts (16), tackles (95), interceptions (3), pass break ups (7) and forced fumbles (1), in Made first career start vs. MIN (10/16/11)... Recorded first career INT in London vs. TB (10/23/11). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted in the third round (93rd overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft (4/29/11)... Signed a 4-year contract with Chicago (7/29/11). SIGNED through SEASON: Started all 16 contests, setting career-highs in tackles (95), interceptions (3), pass break ups (7) and forced fumbles (1) Added 1 tackle for a loss One of four players on Bears defense to start every contest along with Julius Peppers, James Anderson and Tim Jennings. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: Started all 15 contests in which he appeared, recording 87 tackles - including 1 TFL - 2 INTs and 5 PBUs and his first career fumble recovery Added 1 special teams tackle Started Games 1-15 at FS Inactive Game 16 at DET (12/30) due to a hamstring injury Started 9 of 14 games played, collecting 48 tackles (24 solo) - including 1 TFL - 1 INT and 1 PBU... Added 3 special teams tackles... Made first career start vs. MIN (10/16)... Recorded first career INT in London vs. TB (10/23)... Started Games 6-14) at FS... Injured ankle in Week 15 vs. SEA (12/18)... Missed last two contests after being placed on Injured Reserve (12/19) due to ankle injury. COLLEGE CAREER: Played in 50 games at Cal ( ), making 17 starts (12 at safety, 5 at corner) for the Golden Bears Made switch from corner to safety and started all 12 games at safety as a senior... Finished with 157 tackles (100 solo), 4 TFLs, 2 INTs and 11 PBUs... Added 1 forced fumble and 1 fumble recovery Returned 3 kickoffs for 55 yards and blocked a punt that he returned for a touchdown... Earned first-team all-pac 10 honors as a senior... Honorable mention freshman All-American (The Sporting News, Scout Media). PERSONAL: Went to Loyola High School (Los Angeles, Calif.) where he was an all-far West selection by SuperPrep Posted 58 tackles with 4 INTs and caught 43 passes for 614 yards and 4 TDs as a senior Helped team to CIF Division I title as a junior, collecting 38 tackles and 2 INTs. CHRIS CONTE S NFL STATISTICS Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2011 Chicago Chicago Chicago NFL totals SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 9, three times...12, at DAL (10/1/12)...None Solos... 7, five times...9, at DAL (10/1/12)...None Pass Defenses... 2, two times...3, at TEN (11/4/12)...None Interceptions... 1, three times...1, six times...none 66 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

25 CHRIS CONTE S GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS Regular Season Starting Record (0-0 Postseason) 2011 CHICAGO BEARS 9/11 W ATL /18 L at NO /25 L GB /2 W CAR /10 L at DET /16* W MIN /23* W at TB /7* W at PHI /13* W DET /20* W SD /27* L at OAK /4* L KC /11* L at DEN /18* L SEA /25 L at GB INJURED RESERVE 1/1 W at MIN INJURED RESERVE Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/9* W IND /13* L at GB /23* W STL /1* W at DAL /7* W at JAX /22* W DET /28* W CAR /4* W at TEN /11 L HOU /19* L at SF /25* W MIN /2* L SEA /9* L at MIN /16* L GB /23* W at ARZ /30 W at DET INACTIVE Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/8* W CIN /15* W MIN /22* W at PIT /29* L at DET /6* L NO /10* W NYG /20* L at WAS /4* W at GB /10* L DET /17* W BAL /24* L at STL /1* L at MIN /9* W DAL /15* W at CLE /22* L at PHI /29* L GB Totals *Denotes Game Started CONTE KICKOFF WEEKEND WINS The Bears own 54 opening-day victories overall, most in the NFL. The Dallas Cowboys are on opening day and their.676 opening-day win percentage is tops in league history. New England currently has the longest opening day win streak with 10, while Cleveland sits on the other end of the spectrum with nine consecutive season-opening losses. OPENING GAME RECORDS OF NFL TEAMS Longest Streaks AFC W L T Pct. W L Current DEN W-2 HOU W-4 JAX L-2 SD L-1 NE W-10 PIT L-3 MIA W-1 KC W-1 TEN W-1 IND W-1 BAL L-1 NYJ W-3 OAK L-2 CLE L-9 CIN L-2 BUF L-2 Longest Streaks NFC W L T Pct. W L Current DAL W-2 CHI W-4 NYG L-3 GB L-2 MIN L-1 DET W-3 SF W-3 ATL L-1 STL W-1 WAS L-1 PHI W-3 ARI L-1 TB L-1 SEA W-1 NO W-1 CAR L-5 CHICAGOBEARS.COM 67

26 6 JAY CUTLER Ht: 6-3 Wt: 220 Age: 31 College: Vanderbilt Bears Season: 6 NFL Season: 9 Acquired: Trade with DEN in 2009 QUARTERBACK CUTLER PRO CAREER: Enters sixth season in Chicago as franchise leader in career passer rating (83.1), completions (1,258), attempts (2,090), passing yards (14,913) and passing yards per game (222.6), ranking second in completion percentage (60.2) and passing touchdowns (101) in 67 games played as a member of the Bears For his NFL career, has started all 104 games played in eight seasons with Denver ( ) and Chicago ( ), completing 2,020 of 3,310 pass attempts (61.0 percent) for 23,937 yards, 155 touchdowns and 112 interceptions for a QB rating of 84.6 Has added 1,234 rushing yards and six touchdowns on 285 career carries (4.3 ypc) Earned Pro Bowl nod after 2008 season First quarterback in Bears franchise history to post three 3,000-yard passing seasons (2009, 2010 and 2012) Six-time team captain with Denver (2008) and Chicago ( )... Posted a 27-3 record (.900) as a starter when accumulating a QB rating over in the regular season (1-0 in playoffs) Thrown for 300+ yards 19 times during his career, including 9 as a member of the Bears, tied for most in franchise history Became the first quarterback in Bears franchise history to post back-to-back seasons with 20+ TD passes ( )... Became the fastest Bears QB to throw for 3,000 yards, doing so in just 13 games to start 2009 season Holds Chicago franchise records for single-season attempts (555) and completions (336) in 2009 One of four players in NFL history to reach the 4,500-yard passing mark in one of his first three seasons: Dan Marino (1984), Drew Bledsoe (1994) and Matthew Stafford (2011) Is currently second in Broncos franchise history in completion percentage (minimum 500 attempts), sixth in completions, passing yards and passing touchdowns, and seventh in attempts Became the first rookie in NFL history to throw multiple TD passes in each of his first four games In 2 postseason starts, completed 21-of-42 passes for 354 yards with 2 TDs and 1 INT Posted 2 rushing TDs and 2 passing TDs in playoff game vs. SEA (1/16/11), one of three players in NFL history to accomplish the feat along with Otto Graham and Colin Kaepernick. HONORS AND AWARDS: NFC Offensive Player of the Week vs. PHI (11/28) NFC Offensive Player of the Week vs. MIN (12/28) Pro Bowl; AFC Offensive Player of the Month (9/08); AFC Offensive Player of the Week at CLE (11/6); FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week at CLE (11/6), at NYJ (11/30) and vs. KC (12/7). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Denver in the first round (11th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft... Signed by the Broncos (7/27/06)... Traded to Chicago (4/2/09) Signed 2-year contract extension with the Bears (10/20/09)... Signed 7-year contract with Chicago (1/2/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Started all 11 games played, completing 224-of-355 passing attempts for 2,621 yards, 19 touchdowns and 12 interceptions for a 89.2 passer rating, the sixth-highest passer rating in single-season franchise history completion percentage and passing yards per game were both second-highest in franchise annals... Had two 300-yard passing games (9/29 vs. DET and 10/6 vs. NO)... Had two game-winning touchdown drives in the fourth quarter (9/8 vs. CIN and 9/15 vs. MIN)... Part of an offense that set franchise single-season records in net yards (6,109), gross passing yards (4,450), net passing yards (4,281), passing touchdowns (32), completion percentage (64.4%), passer rating (96.9), first downs (344) and passing first downs (215) while ranking second in Bears history in points scored (445). GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: Completed 255 of 434 passing attempts (58.8 percent) for 3,033 yards, 19 touchdowns and 14 interceptions for an 81.3 passer rating 3,033 passing yards were seventh most in single-season franchise history, 255 completions were eighth and 19 touchdown passes were 10th Added career-high 233 yards rushing on 41 attempts (5.7 ypc) Started all 15 games played Missed Game 10 at SF (11/19) due to a concussion Finished with a QB rating of 85.7, completing 182-of-314 passes for 2,319 yards in 10 starts Tossed 13 TDs and 7 INTs Carried the ball 18 times for 55 yards (3.1 avg) and 1 TD Had two 300-yard passing games (312 - Week 1 vs. ATL and Week 3 vs. GB) Finished 68 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

27 with a QB rating of 86.3, completing 261-of-432 passes for 3,274 yards in 15 starts Tossed 23 TDs and 16 INTs Carried the ball 50 times for 232 yards (4.6 avg) and 1 TD Finished seventh in the NFL in yards per attempt (7.58) Posted a career-high QB rating vs. PHI (11/28), throwing a career-high 4 TD passes Completed 21-of-42 passes for 354 yards, 2 TDs and 1 INT in 2 postseason games, including a QB rating of in NFC Divisional Playoff vs. SEA (1/16) Set franchise mark for single-season completions (336) and attempts (555), while throwing for 3,666 yards - the second highest mark in franchise history Threw a career-high 27 TDs, third-most in Bears single-season annals Became the fifth QB in Bears history to start all 16 games in a season Finished with a passer rating over on five occasions Ran for 176 yards on 43 carries (4.3 ypc), the sixth most yards of any QB Broncos team captain, starting all 16 games, completing 384 of 616 attempts for 4,526 yards, including 8 games of 300+ yards Completions and passing yards both rank second in Broncos single-season history Ranked third in the league and led the AFC in passing yards Became the third player in League annals to throw for more than 4,500 yards and rush for more than 200 yards in a single season (Daunte Culpepper, 2004; Warren Moon, 1990) Threw his 50th career touchdown pass in his 33rd game, becoming the fastest player in Denver history to reach that mark In his first full season as a starting quarterback for Denver, completed 297-of-467 (63.6 percent) passes for 3,497 yards, 20 touchdowns and 14 interceptions for an 88.1 passer rating in 16 starts Rushed for 205 yards on 44 carries (4.7 avg.) and 1 TD to rank fourth in the league in rushing among quarterbacks Posted five games with a completion percentage of at least 70 percent Started the final five games of his rookie season after being named Denver s starter on Nov. 27 Completed 81-of-137 (59.1%) passes for 1,001 yards with nine TDs and five INTs... Became the first rookie in NFL history (second player overall) to throw multiple touchdown passes in each of his first four games played Also became just the second rookie in league history (fifth player overall) to throw at least two touchdown passes in each of his first four starts Posted the second-highest TD percentage (6.6) and third-highest TD-to-INT ratio (1.8) among NFL rookies since 1970 (with at least 125 passing attempts) and set Denver rookie records for passer rating (88.5) and completion percentage (59.1). CUTLER COLLEGE: Three-year captain started all 45 career games played at Vanderbilt University ( ) where he completed 710-of-1,242 passes for 8,697 yards with 59 touchdowns and 34 interceptions Rushed for 1,256 yards on 453 career rushes with 17 touchdowns Set school career records for total offense (9,953 yards), touchdown passes (59), passing yards (8,697), pass completions (710), pass attempts (1,242) and combined touchdowns (76) Ranked ninth in the nation in total offense (298.9 yards per game) as a senior while completing 273-of-462 passes for 3,073 yards, 21 touchdowns and nine interceptions as he became the first Commodore to be named Southeastern Conference Offensive Player of the Year (coaches and media) since 1967 Named a finalist for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (nation s top senior quarterback) as well as a first-team all-sec pick by the league s coaches after leading the conference with a schoolrecord 3,288 yards of total offense Became the first quarterback in school history to record four consecutive 300-yard passing performances as a senior with a stretch that included Vanderbilt s first win against Tennessee since 1982 in its season finale in Knoxville, Tenn Started 11 games for the Commodores as a redshirt freshman, earning third-team freshman All-America honors from The Sporting News and first-team freshman all-sec accolades from the league s coaches and the Associated Press. PERSONAL: Started at quarterback and safety for three years at Heritage Hills High School in Lincoln City, Ind... Received first-team all-state honors (Associated Press) as a senior, leading the school to a 15-0 record and its first state title by hauling in a game-winning 12-yard touchdown pass off a lateral to win the championship... Connected on 122-of-202 passes for 2,252 yards with 31 touchdowns while rushing 65 times for 493 yards with 11 touchdowns during his senior campaign... Also was a first-team all-state selection in basketball and garnered honorable mention all-state accolades as a shortstop... Completed his bachelor s degree in human and organizational development from Vanderbilt in December Grew up in a subdivision called Christmas Village in the southern Indiana town of Santa Claus... Diagnosed with Type I diabetes in mid-april Started the Jay Cutler Foundation which is dedicated to improving the quality of life for underprivileged children and those suffering from diabetes Cutler and his wife, Kristin Cavallari, have two sons: Camden and Jaxson Father, Jack, worked for the Indiana state police and his mother, Sandy, was a part-time teacher. CHICAGOBEARS.COM 69

28 CUTLER JAY CUTLER S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Att Cmp Pct Yds Yds/Att TD Int Lg Sk-Yds Rating 2006 Denver , t Denver , t Denver , t Chicago , Chicago , t Chicago , t Chicago , t Chicago , NFL totals ,310 2, , t 218-1, Bears totals ,090 1, , , Record as Starter: (.538) (2-3), 2007 (7-9), 2008 (8-8), 2009 (7-9), 2010 (10-5), 2011 (7-3); 2012 (10-5); 2013 (5-6). ADDITIONAL STATS: Fumbles-Lost -- (63-25): 2006 (8-2), 2007 (11-4), 2008 (5-2), 2009 (9-1), 2010 (10-6), 2011 (7-3), 2012 (8-4); 2013 (5-3). Year Team Rush Yds Avg Lg TD 2006 Denver Denver Denver Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago NFL totals 285 1, Bears totals POSTSEASON Year Team GP-GS Att Cmp Pct Yds Yds/Att TD Int Lg Sk-Yds Rating 2010 Chicago t SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Attempts... 47, at DET (9/29)...52, at SF (11/12/09)...28, vs. SEA (1/16/11) Completions... 27, two times...36, vs. SD (9/14/08)...15, vs. SEA (1/16/11) Passing Yards , vs. NO (10/6)...447, at CLE (11/6/08)...274, vs. SEA (1/16/11) TD Passes... 3, two times...4, five times...2, vs. SEA (1/16/11) Interceptions... 3, at DET (9/29)...5, at SF (11/12/09)...1, vs. GB (1/16/11) Longest Completion... 67, vs. GB (12/29)...93t, at CLE (11/6/08)...58t, vs. SEA (1/16/11) JAY CUTLER GAME-BY-GAME PASSING Regular Season Starting Record (1-1 Postseason Record) 2006 DENVER BRONCOS Date W/L Opp. Att Cmp Yds Pct. TD INT Lg Sk/Lst Rtg Did not play in Games /3* L SEA t 3/ /10* L at SD t 4/ /17* W at ARZ t 1/ /24* W CIN t 3/ /31* L SF / Totals , t 13/ DENVER BRONCOS Date W/L Opp. Att Cmp Yds Pct. TD INT Lg Sk/Lst Rtg 9/9* W at BUF / /16* W OAK / /23* L JAX / /30* L at IND / /7* L SD / /21* W PIT / /29* L GB / /4* L at DET / /11* W at KC / CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

29 11/19* W TEN t 1/ /25* L at CHI t 2/ /2* L at OAK / /9* W KC / /13* L at HOU / /24* L at SD / /30* W MIN / Totals , t 27/ DENVER BRONCOS Date W/L Opp. Att Cmp Yds Pct. TD INT Lg Sk/Lst Rtg 9/8* W at OAK / /14* W SD / /21* W NO t 0/ /28* L at KC / /5* W TB / /12* L JAX / /20* L at NE / /2* L MIA / /6* W at CLE t 1/ /16* W at ATL / /23* L OAK / /30* W at NYJ t 0/ /7* W KC / /14* L at CAR / /21* L BUF / /28* L at SD t 0/ Totals , t 11/ CUTLER 2009 CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Att Cmp Yds Pct. TD INT Lg Sk/Lst Rtg 9/13* L at GB / /20* W PIT / /27* W at SEA t 2/ /4* W DET / /18* L at ATL / /25* L at CIN / /1* W CLE / /8* L ARZ / /12* L at SF /0 33/6 11/22* L PHI / /29* L at MIN t 4/ /6* W STL / /13* L GB / /20* L at BAL / /28* W MIN t 2/ /3* W at DET / Totals , / CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Att Cmp Yds Pct. TD INT Lg Sk/Lst Rtg 9/12* W DET t 4/ /19* W at DAL / /27* W GB / /3* L at NYG / /10 W at CAR INACTIVE 10/17* L SEA / /24* L WAS / /7* W at BUF / /14* W MIN / /18* W at MIA / /28* W PHI / /5* W at DET / /12* L NE / /20* W at MIN / /26* W NYJ t 2/ /2* L at GB / Totals , t 52/ POSTSEASON 1/16* W SEA t 3/ /23* L GB / Totals t 5/ CHICAGOBEARS.COM 71

30 2011 CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Att Cmp Yds Pct. TD INT Lg Sk/Lst Rtg 9/11* W ATL t 5/ /18* L at NO / /25* L GB / /2* W CAR / /10* L at DET / /16* W MIN t 1/ /23* W at TB / /7* W at PHI / /13* W DET / /20* W SD / Did not play in Games due to injury. Totals , t 23/ CUTLER 2012 CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Att Cmp Yds Pct. TD INT Lg Sk/Lst Rtg 9/9* W IND t 2/ /13* L at GB / /23* W STL / /1* W at DAL t 2/ /7* W at JAX / /22* W DET / /28* W CAR / /4* W at TEN / /11* L HOU / /19 L at SF INACTIVE 11/25* W MIN / /2* L SEA / /9* L at MIN / /16* L GB / /23* W at ARZ / /30* W at DET t 2/ Totals , t 38/ CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Att Cmp Yds Pct. TD INT Lg Sk/Lst Rtg 9/8* W CIN / /15* W MIN t 1/ /22* W at PIT / /29* L at DET / /6* L NO / /10* W NYG / /20* L at WAS / /10* L DET / /15* W at CLE t 2/ /22* L at PHI / /29* L GB / Did not play in Games 8, due to injury. Totals , / *Denotes Game Started QBS TO THROW A TD ON FIRST POSTSEASON PASS ATTEMPT Since 1991 Date QB, Team Opponent Result 1/6/1996 Alex Van Pelt, Buffalo Bills (2 yards)...vs. Pittsburgh Steelers... L, /16/2000 Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams (77 yards)...vs. Minnesota Vikings... W, /4/2003 Chad Pennington, New York Jets (56 yards)...vs. Indianapolis Colts... W, /16/2011 Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears (58 yards)...vs. Seattle Seahawks...W, Information provided by STATS 72 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

31 64 BRIAN de la PUENTE Ht: 6-3 Wt: 306 Age: 29 College: California Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 5 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (NO) CENTER PRO CAREER: Took over the New Orleans starting center duties in 2011 and has since started 44-of-48 games, including all 16 in each of the previous two seasons ( ) Started 4 postseason contests for the Saints (2 in 2011 and 2 in 2013)... Originally signed as an undrafted free agent by the San Francisco 49ers (2008) Spent part of 08 on Kansas City s active roster and practice squad Also served time on the practice squads of the Panthers (2009) and Seahawks ( ). de la PUENTE HONORS AND AWARDS: Madden Most Valuable Protectors of the Year (Offensive Line Award); Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award (Week Nine, Offensive Line). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the San Francisco 49ers as an undrafted free agent (5/1/08) Waived by the 49ers (8/30/08) Claimed off of waivers by the Kansas City Chiefs (9/1/08) Waived by the Chiefs (10/29/08) Signed to Kansas City s practice squad (10/30/08) Signed to the Chiefs active roster (12/30/08) Waived by Kansas City (8/24/09) Claimed off of waivers by the Seattle Seahawks (8/25/09) Waived by Seattle (9/5/09) Signed to the Seahawks practice squad (9/16/09) Waived by Seattle (9/22/09) Signed to the Seahawks practice squad (9/30/09) Waived by Seattle (11/10/09) Signed to the Carolina Panthers practice squad (11/17/09) Signed by the San Francisco 49ers (1/22/10) Waived by San Francisco (9/3/10) Signed to the Seahawks practice squad (9/16/10) Waived by Seattle (9/21/10) Signed to the New Orleans Saints practice squad (10/15/10) Signed by New Orleans (1/13/11) Re-signed with the Saints (3/7/12) Signed a one-year contract with New Orleans (4/9/13) Signed a one-year contract with the Chicago Bears (4/6/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Started all 16 regular season games for the second consecutive season with New Orleans and both postseason contests at center for New Orleans... Contributed to an offensive unit ranked fourth in the NFL in total net yards (6,391) Blocked for a unit set an NFL-record 40 first downs vs. Dallas, Nov. 10. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: Started all 16 games at center for the first time in his NFL career with the Saints... Part of an offensive line that surrendered only 26 sacks, tied for third-lowest in the NFL... Contributed to an offense ranked second in the NFL in total net yards (6,575) Played in 16 games and started 12 of the final 13 regular season games and both playoff contests at center for the Saints... Part of an offensive line that only relinquished 24 sacks, tied for the second-fewest in the NFL Contributed to an offense that set an NFL single-season record with 7,474 net yards, finishing first in passing and sixth in rushing After going to training camp with 49ers, spent one week on Seattle practice squad before joining Saints practice squad After going to training camp with Chiefs, had stints on Seattle and Carolina practice squads After he was claimed off of waivers by the Chiefs from the 49ers following final roster cut-down, spent seven games on Chiefs roster, where he was inactive for each contest. Spent remaining nine games on practice squad. COLLEGE: Played in 26 career games with 16 starts at California Started all 13 games as a senior in 2007 and earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 Part of a 2007 unit that allowed a league-low 11 sacks and helped Justin Forsett rush for 1,546 yards to rank second in conference, second on Golden Bears all-time single-season list and 15th nationally Played in 10 games (three starts) as a junior in 2006 after seeing first action with spot duty in 2005 Majored in legal studies. CHICAGOBEARS.COM 73

32 PERSONAL: Earned first-team All-South Coast League, All-CIF Southern Section and All-Orange County as a senior at San Clemente (Calif.) HS as he led team to CIF semifinals and played in 2002 Shrine All-Star Game Learned sign language in high school to communicate better with his youngest sister, who is deaf Super Bowl XLVII week, volunteered to fit underprivileged youth and adults with hearing aids Hosted an event in July, 2013 in his hometown of San Clemente, Calif. to raise money for the Brain Trauma Foundation. BRIAN DE LA PUENTE S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON GAMES PLAYED-STARTED : 2011 NO (16-12); 2012 NO (16-16); 2013 NO (16-16) POSTSEASON GAMES PLAYED-STARTED - 4-4: 2011 NO (2-2); 2013 NO (2-2). de la PUENTE MANNELLY S LONGEVITY Retired Chicago LS Patrick Mannelly played in 245 games in a Bears uniform, most in franchise history and tied for 43rd in NFL history (list below). He joined the Bears as a sixth-round selection (189th overall) in the 1998 NFL Draft and in 2013 was the only player from that draft still playing for the team for which he was selected. Player Games 1. Morten Andersen Gary Anderson Jeff Feagles George Blanda Jason Hanson Jerry Rice John Carney 302 Brett Favre John Kasay Matt Stover Bruce Matthews Darrell Green Sean Landeta Jim Marshall Trey Junkin Bruce Smith Clay Matthews Adam Vinatieri Norm Johnson Tony Gonzalez Junior Seau Lomas Brown 263 Jason Elam 263 Jan Stenerud Ray Brown Nick Lowery Lee Johnson 259 Jackie Slater 259 Player Games 29. David Binn 256 London Fletcher Tim Brown 255 Irving Fryar 255 Earl Morrall Mike Kenn Pat Leahy 250 Eddie Murray 250 Eugene Robinson Al Del Greco Blair Bush 246 Fran Tarkenton 246 Jeff Van Note Patrick Mannelly 245 Mike Webster Ray Donaldson 244 Chris Gardocki 244 Ricky Proehl 244 Matt Turk Bill Romanowski Dan Marino Ronde Barber 241 Craig Hentrich 241 Kevin Mawae 241 Ed White Ryan Longwell 240 Peyton Manning 240 Ron McDole 240 Mick Tingelhoff 240 Player Games 58. Jerry Fontenot 239 Charlie Joiner 239 Chris Mohr 239 Lorenzo Neal Bryan Barker 238 Brad Maynard 238 Reggie Roby 238 Rod Woodson David Akers Ethan Albright 236 Clyde Simmons 236 Ted Washington Matt Bahr 235 Olindo Mare 235 Pete Metzelaars Jim Bakken 234 Stan Brock 234 Cris Carter 234 John Elway 234 Kendall Gammon 234 Lawyer Milloy 234 Andre Reed 234 Tony Richardson James Lofton 233 Rohn Stark 233 Jason Taylor 233 Vinny Testaverde Chris Doleman 232 Reggie White CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

33 43 TONY FIAMMETTA Ht: 6-0 Wt: 250 Age: 27 College: Syracuse Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 5 Acquired: Waived free agent in 2013 (NE) FULLBACK PRO CAREER: Enters second season with Chicago and fifth NFL season overall starting 24-of-50 games with the Carolina Panthers ( ), Dallas Cowboys (2011) and Chicago Bears (2013)... Totaled 26 rushing yards on 11 carries... Added 12 receptions for 130 yards... Helped pave way for three 1,000-yard rushers during his career: Matt Forte (1,339 yards in 2013), Jonathan Stewart (1,133 in 2009) and DeAngelo Williams (1,117 in 2009). FIAMMETTA CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by the Carolina Panthers in the 4th round (128th overall) of the 2009 NFL draft... Waived by the Panthers (9/3/11)... Acquired from waivers by the Dallas Cowboys (9/5/11)... Waived by Dallas (9/8/11)... Signed by the Cowboys (9/13/11)... Signed with the New England Patriots (3/30/12)... Waived by the Patriots (4/29/13)... Signed 1-year contract with Chicago (6/10/13)... Signed 2-year extension with the Bears (12/27/2013). SIGNED through SEASON: Appeared in all 16 games for the Chicago Bears, starting 7 at fullback... Caught 4 passes for a career-high 57 yards, including career-long 30-yard reception... Helped pave way for Pro Bowl RB Matt Forte s career-high 1,339 rushing yards, the ninth-most in franchise history and second-most in the NFL in Appeared in all 16 games for the first time in his career. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 16-7 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Played in 10 contests, starting 6 for the Dallas Cowboys... Compiled 4 yards rushing on four attempts... Added 3 receptions for 39 yards Started 9-of-14 games for the Carolina Panthers... Recorded 7 rush attempts for 22 yards... Tacked on 5 receptions for 34 yards Played in 10 games with 2 starts. COLLEGE: Played in 45 games with 18 starts at fullback for Syracuse... Completed career with 16 rushes for 89 yards and 28 receptions for 202 yards and 1 TD... Made 108 knockdown blocks and 11 touchdown-resulting blocks during final two seasons... As a senior, played in 12 games with 10 starts while serving as team captain, recording 16 catches for 127 yards and 1 TD... Responsible for touchdown-resulting block on seven of the Orange s 11 rushing scores... Produced a team-high 69 knockdown blocks... Played in 11 games his junior year with 8 starts, carrying 3 times for 8 yards with 12 receptions for 75 yards... Accounted for 39 knockdown blocks, including 4 that led to TDs... During his sophomore year, played in 12 games as a reserve fullback, tallying 15 yards on 8 attempts... As a redshirt freshman, played in 10 games on the punt coverage unit...redshirted as a true freshman... Majored in history. PERSONAL: Attended Walkersville (Md.) High School... Team captain as a senior... Four-year football letterwinner... Competed on Walkersville s wrestling team as a junior in the 215-pound weight class... A four-year letterwinner on the lacrosse team as a midfielder... Born in Hawai i and raised in Walkersville, Md. TONY FIAMMETTA S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Rush Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg Lg TD 2009 Carolina Carolina Dallas Chicago NFL totals CHICAGOBEARS.COM 75

34 22 MATT FORTÉ Ht: 6-2 Wt: 218 Age: 28 College: Tulane Bears Season: 7 NFL Season: 7 Acquired: 2nd round of the 2008 draft RUNNING BACK FORTÉ PRO CAREER: Two-time Pro Bowler (2011 and 2013) ranks second in Bears history in yards from scrimmage (9,585) and rushing yards (6,666 on 1,551 attempts) and fifth in rushing touchdowns (35)... Also ranks third in franchise history in catches (341) and 14th in receiving yards (2,919, which are second most by a running back in Bears annals)... Tied for second in franchise history with 20 contests gaining 100 yards rushing (Bears are 17-3 in those contests) and second with 17 games collecting 150 yards from scrimmage... Has added yard receiving games in his career... Since entering the NFL in 2008, ranks third in the NFL overall in yards from scrimmage, rushing yards and receiving yards among running backs... Has 12 career receiving touchdowns... Started all 91 career games in which he has appeared during six seasons with Chicago... Six seasons with 1,400-plus yards from scrimmage are second most in franchise history, trailing Hall of Famer Walter Payton s One-of-three players in NFL history to have 1,400-plus yards from scrimmage in each of his first six seasons (Curtis Martin and LaDainian Tomlinson)... First player in franchise history with 900 rushing yards in each of his first six NFL seasons and one of 12 in league history to do so; Of those 12, only Fortè, Corey Dillon and Curtis Martin were non-first round draft picks... One of three players in team history with 6,000 rushing yards and 2,500 receiving yards, joining Neal Anderson and Walter Payton rushing yards versus Carolina on October 2, 2011, are tied for second most in Bears single-game history... First Bears player to rush for 1,000 yards and post 500 receiving yards in the same season on miltiple occasions (2010 and 2013) with Walter Payton (1983) the only other player in franchise history to accomplish the feat once... Broke franchise records for rushing yards by a rookie (1,238) and scrimmage yards by a rookie (1,715) in Became just the eighth rookie since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger to lead his team in both rushing yards and receptions... Also one of just two rookies in NFL history to rush for over 1,000 yards and post more than 60 catches (Edgerrin James, 1999)... Third longest starting streak by a running back to begin a career (since 1982) with 60 consecutive starts before missing first game due to injury in 2011, trailing Eddie George (130) and LaDanian Tomlinson (63)... Was the first player in NFL history to compile 900 rushing yards and 400 receiving yards in each of his first four seasons... Ran for 150 yards on 42 carries (3.6 avg) and caught 13 passes for 144 yards (11.1 avg) while starting both career playoff games... Holds the franchise record for receptions in a playoff game with 10 catches vs. GB (1/23/11). HONORS AND AWARDS: Pro Bowl Pro Bowl, FedEx Ground Player of the Week vs. CAR (10/2) All-Joe (USA Today), NFC Offensive Player of the Week vs. DET (9/12) Brian Piccolo Award. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered the NFL as a second-round selection (44th overall) of the Bears in the 2008 NFL Draft... Signed to 4-year contract by Chicago (7/2/08)... Signed 4-year contract with Bears (7/16/12). SIGNED through SEASON: Earned Pro Bowl nod after started all 16 games for fourth time in career, ranking second in the NFL in rushing yards (1,339) and third in yards from scrimmage (1,933) - both setting career highs... Also ranked fourth in NFL in receiving yards by a running back (594), third in first downs (97), tied for sixth in rushing touchdowns (9) and tied for eight in total touchdowns (12)... Ranked fifth in franchise single-season history in yards from scrimmage and ninth in rushing yards; both more than any Bears player other than Hall of Famer Walter Payton... Set franchise single-season record for receptions by a running back (74) and 594 receiving yards were second-most ever by a Bears RB. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: Finished with third 1,000-yard rushing season of career after compiling 1,094 yards on 248 carries (4.4 ypc) and 5 TDs Second on team with 44 receptions and fourth with 340 receiving yards (7.7 ypr; 1 TD) Started all 15 contests played Missed Game 3 vs. STL (9/23) due to ankle injury Earned Pro Bowl nod after starting all 12 games in which he appeared, ranking 10th in the NFL with 1,487 yards from scimmage (997 rushing and 490 receiving) Ranked 76 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

35 third in the NFL and fifth in Bears single-season annals in scrimmage yards per game (123.9) 83.1 rushing yards per game were sixth in the NFL Had 997 rushing yards on 203 carries for career-high 4.9 yards per carry with three touchdowns Added 52 receptions for 490 receiving yards and a touchdown 17 total plays of 20-plus yards were second among running backs Was second in the NFL with 12 rushes of 20-plus yards and tied for sixth among running backs with five receptions of 20-plus yards Had 205 rushing yards versus Carolina (10/2), tied for second most in Bears single-game history Missed final four games due to knee injury Finished sixth in the NFC in rushing with 1,069 yards on 237 carries and 6 rushing TDs... Tied for the team lead in receptions (51) and ranked third in receiving yards (547), while hauling in 3 TD receptions... Led the team in total touchdowns (9)... Started all 16 regular season games and both postseason contests... Rushed for 150 yards on 42 carries and recorded 13 catches for 144 yards in the postseason Started all 16 games at RB, rushing for 929 yards on 258 carries (3.6 avg) and 4 TDs Ranked second on the Bears in receptions, catching 57 passes for 471 yards (8.3 avg) Broke the Chicago single-season rookie rushing mark with 1,238 yards on 316 carries (3.9 avg) to go along with 8 rushing TDs while starting all 16 games at RB... Also set the franchise rookie single-season record for yards from scrimmage (1,715)... Caught a team-high 63 passes for 477 yards, which set the team record for catches by a Chicago RB and receptions by a rookie, to go along with 4 receiving TDs... Tied for the NFL lead with 86 first downs and tied for 12th in the League with 12 TDs (8 rushing, 4 receiving). FORTÉ COLLEGE: Finished career at Tulane ( ) as the school s all-time leader in rushing yards per game (99.2), rushing touchdowns (39), total touchdowns (44) and scoring among non-kickers (266 points) Also finished career ranked second in school annals in all-purpose yards (5,261), rushing yards (4,265), rushing attempts (833) and 100-yard rushing games (16) Just the 11th player in NCAA Division I (Bowl Subdivision) history to rush for 2,000 yards in a season with 2,127 in 2007 which ranks 7th all-time in NCAA history Added 103 receptions for 985 yards and five touchdowns Named MVP for the 2008 Under Armour Senior Bowl, rushing for a game-high 58 yards on 8 carries and a game-high 4 catches for 38 yards. PERSONAL: District 5A Offensive MVP, all-metro selection and second-team all-state performer at Slidell (LA) High School Gathered 2,432 rushing yards and 31 TDs while adding 48 receptions for 618 yards and 5 TDs Son of Gene and Gilda Forté Father, Gene, played football at Tulane from and was a team captain in 1977 Married to the former Danielle Daniels Brother, Bryan, played football at McNeese State Majored in finance. MATT FORTÉ S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Rush Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg Lg TD 2008 Chicago , t Chicago Chicago , t t Chicago t Chicago , Chicago , NFL totals ,551 6, t , t 12 ADDITIONAL STATS: Fumbles-Lost -- (16-11): 2008 (1-1), 2009 (6-3), 2010 (3-2), 2011 (2-2), 2012 (2-1); 2013 (2-2). POSTSEASON Year Team GP-GS Rush Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg Lg TD 2010 Chicago SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Rushes... 24, two times...27, vs. TB (9/21/08)...25, vs. SEA (1/16/11) Rushing Yards , at CLE (12/15)...205, vs. CAR (10/2/11)...80, vs. SEA (1/16/11) Longest Run... 55, at PIT (9/22)...68t, at CAR (10/10/10)...14, vs. GB (1/23/11) Rushing TDs... 3, at WAS (10/20)...Same...None Receptions... 10, vs. MIN (9/15)...10, two times...10, vs. GB (1/23/11) Receiving Yards... 73, two times...151, vs. DET (9/12/10)...90, vs GB (1/23/11) Longest Reception... 34, vs. DAL (12/9)...89t, vs. DET (9/12/10)...26, vs. SEA (1/16/11) Receiving TDs... 1, three times...2, vs. DET (9/12/10)...None CHICAGOBEARS.COM 77

36 MATT FORTE S GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING AND RECEIVING Regular Season Starting Record (1-1 Postseason Record) 2008 CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Rush Yards Avg. Lg TD Rec. Yards Avg. Lg TD 9/7* W at IND t /14* L at CAR /21* L TB /28* W PHI /5* W at DET t 1 10/12* L at ATL /19* W MIN /2* W DET /9* L TEN /16* L at GB /23* W at STL t /30* L at MIN /7* W JAX /11* W NO /22* W GB /28* L at HOU Totals , t FORTÉ 2009 CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Rush Yards Avg. Lg TD Rec. Yards Avg. Lg TD 9/13* L at GB /20* W PIT /27* W at SEA /4* W DET /18* L at ATL /25* L at CIN /1* W CLE /8* L ARZ /12* L at SF /22* L PHI /29* L at MIN /6* W STL /13* L GB /20* L at BAL /28* W MIN /3* W at DET Totals CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Rush Yards Avg. Lg TD Rec. Yards Avg. Lg TD 9/12* W DET t 2 9/19* W at DAL /27* W GB /3* L at NYG /10* W at CAR t /17* L SEA t /24* L WAS /7* W at BUF /14* W MIN /18* W at MIA /28* W PHI /5* W at DET /12* L NE /20* W at MIN /26* W NYJ /2* L at GB Totals , t t 3 POSTSEASON 1/16* W SEA /23* L GB Totals CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Rush Yards Avg. Lg TD Rec. Yards Avg. Lg TD 9/11* W ATL t 1 9/18* L at NO /25* L GB /2* W CAR /10* L at DET /16* W MIN /23* W at TB t /7* W at PHI /13* W DET /20* W SD /27* L at OAK /4* L KC /11 L at DEN Inactive due to injury 12/18 L SEA Inactive due to injury 12/25 L at GB Inactive due to injury 1/1 W at MIN Placed on Injured Reserve Totals t 1 78 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

37 2012 CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Rush Yards Avg. Lg TD Rec. Yards Avg. Lg TD 9/9* W IND /13* L at GB /23 W STL Inactive due to injury 10/1* W at DAL /7* W at JAX /22* W DET /28* W CAR /4* W at TEN /11* L HOU /19* L at SF /25* W MIN /2* L SEA t 1 12/9* L at MIN /16* L GB /23* W at ARZ /30* W at DET Totals , CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Rush Yards Avg. Lg TD Rec. Yards Avg. Lg TD 9/8* W CIN /15* W MIN /22* W at PIT /29* L at DET t /6* L NO /10* W NYG /20* L at WAS t /4* W at GB /10* L DET /17* W BAL t 1 11/24* L at STL /1* L at MIN /9* W DAL /15* W at CLE /22* L at PHI /29* L GB Totals , FORTÉ *Denotes Game Started ROOKIE STARTERS In 2013, several rookies made contributions on the field including G Kyle Long and T Jordan Mills who each started every game of the season (16). LB Jonathan Bostic made nine starts at middle linebacker, Khaseem Greene made four starts at weak-side linebacker and David Bass made one start at defensive end. The following is a breakdown of the past 17 years of rookie starts for the Bears: 2013 (46): Kyle Long (16), Jordan Mills (16), Jonathan Bostic (9), Khaseem Greene (4), David Bass (1) 2012 (14): James Brown (3), Alshon Jeffery (6), Evan Rodriguez (5) 2011 (12): Gabe Carimi (2), Chris Conte (9), Dane Sanzenbacher (1) 2010 (12): J Marcus Webb (12) 2009 (13): Al Afalava (13) 2008 (16): Matt Forté (16) 2007 (14): Trumaine McBride (9), Greg Olson (4), Kevin Payne (1) 2006 (15): Mark Anderson (1), Danieal Manning (14) 2005 (36): Cedric Benson (1), Mark Bradley (4), Chris Harris (13), Brandon McGowan (3), Kyle Orton (15) 2004 (30): Bernard Berrian (1), Tommie Harris (16), Tank Johnson (1), Craig Krenzel (5), Nathan Vasher (7) 2003 (37): Lance Briggs (13), Brock Forsey (1), Justin Gage (3), Rex Grossman (3), Joe Odom (3), Charles Tillman (13), Bobby Wade (1) 2002 (20): Alex Brown (9), Marc Colombo (5), John Gilmore (4), Roosevelt Williams (2) 2001 (15): David Terrell (5), Anthony Thomas (10) 2000 (37): Mike Brown (16), Dustin Lyman (7), Brian Urlacher (14) 1999 (29): Jerry Azumah (2), D Wayne Bates (1), Marty Booker (4), Russell Davis (8), Warrick Holdman (5), Cade McNown (6), Khari Samuel (1), Rex Tucker (1), Jerry Wisne (1) 1998 (35): Curtis Enis (1), Olin Kreutz (1), Alonzo Mayes (16), Moses Moreno (1), Tony Parrish (16) 1997 (8): John Allred (4), Darnell Autry (3), Van Hines (1) CHICAGOBEARS.COM 79

38 31 ISAIAH FREY Ht: 6-0 Wt: 190 Age: 24 College: Nevada Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 2 Acquired: 6th round of the 2012 draft CORNERBACK FREY PRO CAREER: Has appeared in 16 games with 6 starts during NFL career ( ), registering 62 tackles (38 solo), 2 pass break-ups and 5 quarterback pressures... 6 starts came as a nickelback... Spent entire 2012 regular season on Bears practice squad as a rookie. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted in the sixth round (184th overall) by the Bears in the 2012 NFL Draft (4/28/12) Signed 4-year contract with Chicago (5/9/12) Waived by Bears (8/31/12) Signed to Chicago s practice squad (9/1/12) Signed futures contract with Bears (12/31/12). SIGNED through SEASON: Appeared in all 16 regular season contests for Chicago with 6 starts as a nickelback, collecting 62 tackles (38 solo), 2 pass break-ups and 5 quarterback pressure... Made NFL debut vs. CIN (9/8)... Made first NFL start at DET (9/29). GAMES PLAYED-GAMES STARTED: 16-6 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Spent entire 2012 regular season on Bears practice squad During the preseason, played in all 4 contests, including 1 start, compiling 6 defensive tackles, 1 INT, 1 PBU and 3 special teams stops. COLLEGE: Attended Nevada ( ) where he was a three-year starter for the Wolfpack Two-time all-big East first-team selection Played in 52 career games, making 39 starts Tallied 141 tackles (100 solo), 1.0 sacks and 7.0 TFLs Added 7 INTs, 38 PDs and 2 FFs... First-team all-wac as a senior... Second-team all-wac as a junior... Started all 13 games as a senior in 2011, tallying 37 tackles (25 solo) 16 PDs and 5 INTs... Started all 13 games and bowl game as a junior, recording 52 tackles, including 3 TFLs... Added 1 INT, 14 pass break ups and a forced a fumble... Played in 13 games and started 11 as a sophomore, collecting 27 tackles, first collegiate interception, 5 PBUs and 1 FF... Played in every game as a true freshman, recorded 23 tackles and 3 PBUs on the season. PERSONAL: A graduate of Jesuit High School (Carmichael, CA)... Was a National Scholar-Athlete... As a senior in 2007 was a first-team all-league, all-city (Sacramento Bee) and all-section selection... Was named the team s most valuable player in 2006 and Had 3,200 all-purpose yards and 37 TDs during the 2006 and 2007 seasons... Recorded 76 tackles and 10 INTs during junior and senior seasons... Holds school record with 98-yard interception return for a touchdown... Was a member of the Black Student Union. ISAIAH FREY S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2013 Chicago SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 11, vs. GB (12/29)...Same...None Solos... 8, vs. GB (12/29)...Same...None Pass Defenses... 1, two times...same...none 80 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

39 63 ROBERTO GARZA Ht: 6-2 Wt: 310 Age: 35 College: Texas A&M-Kingsville Bears Season: 10 NFL Season: 14 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2005 (ATL) GUARD/CENTER PRO CAREER: Has started 164-of-194 career games during his 13 NFL seasons with the Bears ( ) and Falcons ( ), making starts at each of the interior O-line spots, while helping pave way for seven 1,000-yard rushers In nine seasons with the Bears, has started 133-of-142 games, including all 16 games in seven of the last eight years While in Chicago, has helped block for 1,000-yard rusher in six campaigns as Bears ground attack has totaled 15,941 yards in last nine seasons Has started at both center and guard since coming to Chicago, including starting all 48 games at center over last three seasons Over last ten seasons with Chicago and Atlanta, has helped his team to an record (.601) in contests he has started Appeared in all 16 games ten times during his career (2001, , ), including 101 consecutive regular season games from Played in 8 postseason contests, starting every game. GARZA CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as a fourth-round selection (99th overall) by Atlanta in the 2001 NFL Draft Signed 3-year contract with Falcons (5/21/01) Received qualifying offer from Atlanta (3/1/04) and accepted tender offer from Falcons (3/25/04) Contract expired with Atlanta (3/1/05) Signed 1-year contract as an unrestricted free agent with Chicago (3/21/05) Signed 6-year contract extension with the Bears (1/2/06) Signed 2-year contract extension with the Bears (11/8/11)... Signed 1-year extension with Chicago (2/27/14) SIGNED through SEASON: Started all 16 contests at center and team-captain for the third consecutive season Helped the offensive line achieve its lowest sack total (30) since 2008 and its lowest sack percentage (4.9) since 1982 Paved the way for the NFL s second leading rusher, Matt Forte, with 1,339 yards... Was part of an offensive unit that set franchise records in total net yards and first downs gained in 2013 The 445 points scored by the Bears in 2013 was second only to the 85 Bears. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: Team-captain started all 16 contests at C Helped RB Matt Forte eclipse 1,000-yard rushing mark (1,094) Team-captain starting all 16 contests at C Helped Bears offense eclipse 2,000-yard rushing mark (2,015) for the second time since 1990 (2005), while averaging 4.4 yards per carry, highest team total since 1990 Blocked for Forte as he rushed for 205 yards versus Carolina (October 2), tied for the second-highest total in single-game franchise history Appeared in 14 games, starting 5 at LG and the other 9 at RG... Helped block for 1,000-yard rusher as Forte finished with 1,069 yards on the ground... Inactive for two games because he had surgery on a torn meniscus... Started both postseason contests One of three Bears offensive linemen that started all 16 games, starting each game at RG Part of offense that put up the second-most passing yards in franchise history Member of the Bears offensive line that had all five starters start 16 games, one of just six teams in the NFL to accomplish that feat... Started all 16 regular season games for third consecutive year... Paved the way for Forte to rush for a franchise rookie-record 1,238 yards Helped anchor Bears offensive line by starting all 16 games for the second consecutive year One of two offensive linemen (Olin Kreutz) to start every game Started all 16 games for the first time in his career, plus all three postseason contests at RG Paved way for third-consecutive 1,000 yard rusher as Thomas Jones rushed for over 1,200 yards Offensive line allowed just 25 sacks, tied for 6th fewest in NFL Started 7-of-16 games played, plus the postseason contest, during his first season in Chicago Bears posted 6-1 record in games he started Helped open holes for offense to gain 2,099 rushing yards (Bears most since 1990) including over 1,300 rushing yards by Jones Started for first time as a Bear at LG vs. MIN (10/16) Started 15 games and both postseason contests at LG helping lead Falcons to the No. 1 rushing offense in the NFL (2,672 yards) Played all 16 regular season games as Falcons RB Warrick Dunn rushed for 1,106 yards, the first 1,000-yard rusher of his career Member of Falcons offense had 327 rushing yards in Divisional Playoff vs. STL (1/15/05), fourth-highest postseason rushing mark in NFL history Played 14 games while making 8 CHICAGOBEARS.COM 81

40 starts for Falcons before being lost for the season with a torn ACL Competed for starting center position in training camp before injuring his elbow Made first start of season at LG vs. NO (10/19) Suffered torn ACL at IND (12/14) which ended his season when he was placed on injured reserve (12/16) Began season as Atlanta s starting RG but was hampered with a broken foot and sprained knee that limited him to 4 starts in 6 games played Start at GB (9/8) was his first in a season-opener Broke bone in his foot vs. CHI (9/15) on first series and played entire game Missed next 7 games after undergoing foot surgery (9/17) Started vs. SEA (12/15), but suffered season-ending knee sprain Played all 16 games during rookie campaign with Falcons, starting 3 at LG and 1 at center Made his first NFL start at IND (12/16) at LG. GARZA COLLEGE: Full-time starter for 3 seasons at Texas A&M-Kingsville ( ) Earned 3 straight all-conference nods while starting 30 of the team s last 40 games Named a little college All-America first-team selection and an all-lone Star Conference performer at center as a senior Started every contest over his final 2 seasons, averaging 66 knockdown blocks per year Started 14 games as a sophomore and registered 102 knockdowns to help the team average yards rushing per game Garnered spot on conference all-freshman team despite moving into a starting spot late in the season Finished third in the shot put at the 1999 NCAA Championships and won the NCAA title in 2000 with a toss of 57 0 Also captured the conference crown in the discus in PERSONAL: Lettered in football and track at Rio Hondo (TX) High School where he was a member of the National Honor Society Every December 2 is the official Roberto Garza Day in his hometown of Rio Hondo, TX, where many of the 2,000 residents are of Hispanic descent Speaks fluent Spanish Held a football camp for Hispanic boys and girls in Atlanta while playing for the Falcons He and wife, Ashley, provided monetary donations to the Empty Stocking Fund, the Falcons Feed the Homeless campaign Also mentored boys from the Hall County Boys & Girls Club through the Falcons Ball Boy Mentoring Program. ROBERTO GARZA S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON GAMES PLAYED-STARTED ; BEARS CAREER : 2001 ATL (16-4); 2002 ATL (6-4); 2003 ATL (14-8); 2004 ATL (16-15); 2005 CHI (16-7); 2006 CHI (16-16); 2007 CHI (16-16); 2008 CHI (16-16); 2009 CHI (16-16); 2010 CHI (14-14); 2011 CHI (16-16); 2012 CHI (16-16); 2013 CHI (16-16) POSTSEASON GAMES PLAYED-STARTED - 8-8: 2002 ATL (0-0); 2004 ATL (2-2); 2005 CHI (1-1); 2006 CHI (3-3); 2010 CHI (2-2). ALL-TIME NFC NORTH STANDINGS (since 2002) Overall record Division record W L T Pct. W L T Pct. Division Titles Green Bay , 03, 04, 07, 11, 12, 13 BEARS , 06, 10 Minnesota , 09 Detroit NFC NORTH DIVISION STANDINGS Overall record Division record W L T Pct. W L T Pct. Green Bay BEARS Detroit Minnesota CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

41 9 ROBBIE GOULD Ht: 6-0 Wt: 185 Age: 32 College: Penn State Bears Season: 10 NFL Season: 10 Acquired: Waived free agent in 2005 (BAL) KICKER PRO CAREER: Most accurate kicker in team history and third most accurate in NFL history, making 234-of-272 (86.60%) field goals in his career Ranks second in franchise history in career scoring (1,025 points; trailing Kevin Butler by 91 points), career field goals made, career field goals attempted and extra points made (323-of-325)... Led the Bears in scoring in each of his first nine NFL seasons ( ) Occupies the top seven highest single-season field goal percentages in team history, including a franchise best mark of 89.7 percent (26-of-29) reached in both 2008 and Holds the franchise record for FGs made in a season (32 in 2006) and is tied for second on that list with 31 FGs made in 2007 Set franchise record for longest field goal made with 58-yard conversion on 9/8/13 vs. CIN, breaking his own-mark of 57 yards which he converted on 12/11/11 at DEN Owns four of the top six single-season point totals in Bears history (2nd, 143 points in 2006; 4th, 126 points in 2007; 5th, 123 points in 2013 and 6th, 121 points in 2011)... Was the first placekicker in Bears history to be selected to the Pro Bowl after leading all kickers with 143 points during the 2006 season, one point shy of the franchise record (Kevin Butler, 144, 1985) Became first Bears kicker to lead the NFC in scoring since 1986 (Butler, 120) First player in franchise history to record 100 or more points in six straight seasons ( ) Set franchise records with nine seasons of 20+ FGs ( ) and six seasons of 25+ FGs ( , and 13) One of 12 kickers in NFL history, and first Chicago Bear, to make 30 or more field goals in back-to-back seasons ( ) Connected on franchise record 26-straight field goals from 12/25/05 to 11/19/06 Also holds franchise record with 22 consecutive games with a field goal (10/23/05-11/6/06) Knocked home three or more field goals in a franchise-record four straight games (Weeks 11-14) in 2007 Hit team-record six field goals of 50-plus yards (6-for-6) in of-21 (76.2%) on field goals of 50-plus yards, fourth-highest average in NFL history among kickers with 10-plus 50-yard attempts Tied NFL record with 12 consecutive field goals made of 50 yards or longer field goals made of 50 yards or longer is tied for most in team history... Is 49-of-58 for his career on field goals attempts during the final two minutes of a half or in overtime with 11 game winners, which includes a 49-yard field goal in overtime of the 2006 NFC Divisional Playoff vs. SEA (1/14/07) - the 17th overtime field goal in NFL playoff history and 1st in Bears playoff history. GOULD HONORS AND AWARDS: NFC Special Teams Player of the Month (December, 2008) Pro Bowl; All-Pro (AP, USA Today, The Sporting News and ESPN.com); All-NFL and All-NFC (Pro Football Weekly); NFC Special Teams Player of the Month (October, 2006); NFC Special Teams Player of the Week (at DET, 12/24/06) NFC Special Teams Player of the Week (at NO, 11/6/05). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as an undrafted free agent by New England (4/29/05)... Waived by New England (8/30/05)... Signed to Baltimore practice squad (9/7/05)... Waived by Baltimore (9/27/05)... Signed by Chicago (10/8/05)... Signed 5-year extension (5/12/08)... Signed 4-year extension (12/27/13). SIGNED through SEASON: Tied own franchise single-season record connecting on 89.7 percent of his field goals (26-of-29) in 16 games played... Added 45-of-46 PATs for 123 points scored... Connected on 3-of-4 FG attempts of 50+ yards including franchise-record 58-yarder vs. CIN (9/18)... Hit game-winning 38-yard FG in overtime versus Baltimore (11/17). GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 16-0 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Connected on 21-of-25 FG attempts (84.0 percent) and all 33 extra point attempts for a teamhigh 96 points in 13 games played Missed final 3 games of season after being placed on Injured Reserve due to a calf injury Hit game-winning 41-yard field goal as time expired in victory over Carolina in Week 8 (10/28) Connected on both 50+ FG attempts Led Bears in scoring with 121 points after connecting on 28-of-32 FG attempts and all 37 extra point attempts 87.5 field goal percentage was seventh best in the NFL in field goals made were tied for CHICAGOBEARS.COM 83

42 GOULD fourth most in franchise history Set franchise record after connecting on all six FG attempts of 50-plus yards, including 57-yarder at DEN (12/11), which set team record for longest field goal made (later broken by Gould in 2013) Finished with 110 points, leading the Bears in scoring... Made 25-of-30 FG attempts and all 35 extra point attempts... Knocked home three 50+ FG attempts... Added a game-winning FG vs. GB (9/27) Made 24-of-28 FG attempts (85.7 percent) and all 33 extra point attempts to lead the Bears in scoring with 105 points Connected on a franchise-best 89.7% (26- of-29) of field goals attempted, breaking a record he previously set in Led the Bears in scoring (119) Became the fourth player in NFL history to make game-winning field goals in OT in consecutive games (12/11 vs. NO, 12/22 vs. GB) Led the Bears and ranked fourth in the NFC in scoring (126) Tied for the NFC lead and tied for second in the NFL with 31 field goals made Ranked fourth in the NFL with 12 field goals of 40-plus yards Earned first Pro Bowl selection and was a first-team All-Pro after finishing 2nd overall in the NFL in scoring with 143 points - converting 32-of-36 (88.9%) field goal attempts and all 47 PATs Tied for NFL lead with 32 field goals made Connected on franchise record 24-consecutive field goals to start the season Signed by Bears in Week 5 and converted 21-of-27 field goal attempts (77.8%) and 19-of-20 PATs Led team in scoring with 82 points, becoming the first Bears rookie to do so since Paul Edinger in COLLEGE: Finished career ranked 5th on Penn State s all-time scoring list with 232 career points after connecting on 39-of- 61 FGs and 115-of-121 PATs Named one of two recipients of the Frank Patrick Memorial Total Commitment Award, annually presented to junior class members who follow through with their responsibilities in all facets of the football program and do so in an exemplary manner Majored in management. PERSONAL: Founded The Goulden Touch in 2011, to provide noticeable impacts amongst Chicago organizations; Since its inception, The Goulden Touch has partnered with several key organizations to Education, Social Services, Health and Wellness, and Medical Research... Won 3 letters each in soccer, football and basketball and another in track at Central Mountain High School (Lock Haven, PA) Brother, Christopher, was a punter/placekicker at the University of Virginia and played for the Iowa Barnstormers of the AFL Born Robert Paul Gould, III and is the son of Cheryl and Robert Gould Father, Robert, played professional soccer for the St. Louis Steamers ( )... Gould and wife, the former Lauren Cozzi, have a son. ROBBIE GOULD S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP FG-FGA Pct Lg Blk XP-XPA Pct Blk Points 2005 Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago NFL Totals ,025 Year Team 1-19 Pct Pct Pct Pct 50+ Pct 2005 Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago NFL Totals ADDITIONAL STATS: Special Teams Tackles -- 14; 2005 (2), 2006 (2), 2007 (1), 2008 (2), 2009 (3), 2010 (3); 2013 (1). Punting -- 3 for 86 yards; 2005 (1 for 28 yards), 2007 (2 for 58 yards). 84 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

43 ROBBIE GOULD S NFL STATISTICS (continued) POSTSEASON Year Team GP FG-FGA Pct Lg Blk XP-XPA Pct Blk Points 2005 Chicago Chicago Chicago Postseason Year Team 1-19 Pct Pct Pct Pct 50+ Pct 2005 Chicago Chicago Chicago Postseason ADDITIONAL STATS: Special Teams Tackles -- 1; 2010 (1). SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff FG Attempts... 4, at MIN (12/1)...5, three times...3, vs. NO (1/21/07) Made FGs... 3, three times...4, seven times...3, vs. NO (1/21/07) Longest FG... 58, vs. CIN (9/8)...57, at DEN (12/11/11)...49, vs. SEA (1/14/07) PAT Attempts... 5, three times...6, four times...5, vs. SEA (1/16/11) Made PATs... 5, two times...6, four times...5, vs. SEA (1/16/11) Points... 13, vs. DAL (12/9)...16, two times...13, vs. NO (1/21/07) GOULD ROBBIE GOULD S GAME-WINNING KICKS AND GAME-BY-GAME KICKING STATS Date Opponent Site Distance Time On Clock Final Nov. 6, 2005 New Orleans LSU Tiger Stadium 28 0: Dec. 17, 2006 Tampa Bay Soldier Field 25 3: ot Dec. 24, 2006 Detroit Ford Field 44 5: Jan. 14, 2007 Seattle Soldier Field 49 10: ot Nov. 25, 2007 Denver Soldier Field 39 11: ot Dec. 11, 2008 New Orleans Soldier Field 35 12: ot Dec. 22, 2008 Green Bay Soldier Field 38 11: ot Sept. 20, 2009 Pittsburgh Soldier Field 44 0: Sept. 27, 2010 Green Bay Soldier Field 19 3: Oct. 28, 2012 Carolina Soldier Field 41 0: Nov. 17, 2013 Baltimore Soldier Field 38 8: ot ROBBIE GOULD S GAME-BY-GAME KICKING STATISTICS 2005 CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. PAT FG PTS FGs (Missed) 10/9 L at CLE , (48) 10/16 W MIN /23 W BALT , (47) 10/30 W at DET , 20 11/6 W at NO , (47), 28 11/13 W SF (39), 37 11/20 W CAR , 39 11/27 W at TB , 36 12/4 W GB , 30, 25, 35, (43) 12/11 L at PIT /18 W ATL , 29, 39, (44) 12/25 W at GB /1 L at MIN Totals POSTSEASON 1/15 L CAR CHICAGO BEARS DATE W/L Opp. PAT FG PTS FGs (Missed) 9/10 W at GB , 39, 28, 30 9/17 W DET , 45 9/24 W at MIN , 24, 31, 49 10/1 W SEA , 20, 41 10/8 W BUF , 43, 32, 41 10/16 W at ARZ /29 W SF , 36 11/5 L MIA , 38 11/12 W at NYG /19 W at NYJ /26 L at NE (45), 46, 32 12/3 W MIN /11 W at STL (37), (49) 12/17 W TB , (37), 25 12/24 W at DET , 36, 39, 44 12/31 L GB Totals POSTSEASON 1/14 W SEA , 49 1/21 W NO , 43, 24 2/4 L IND Totals CHICAGOBEARS.COM 85

44 ROBBIE GOULD S GAME-BY-GAME KICKING STATISTICS (continued) GOULD 2007 CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. PAT FG PTS FGs (Missed) 9/9 L at SD /16 W KC , 38 9/23 L DAL /30 L at DET (52), 49, 41 10/7 W at GB , 36 10/14 L MIN /21 W at PHI (39), 31, 22, 41, 45 10/28 L DET (40) 11/11 W at OAK , (53) 11/18 L at SEA , 47, 48 11/25 W DEN , 44, 39 12/2 L NYG , 46, 41 12/6 L at WAS (48), 30, 22, 21 12/17 L at MIN , 47 12/23 W GB , 35 12/30 W NO Totals CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. PAT FG PTS FGs (Missed) 9/7 W at IND , 25 9/14 L at CAR /21 L TB , 43, 28, (49) 9/28 W PHI /5 W at DET , 45 10/12 L at ATL , 32 10/19 W MIN , (42), 38 11/2 W DET , 41 11/9 L TEN (48) 11/16 L at GB /23 W at STL , 38 11/30 L at MIN /7 W JAX , 36, 35 12/11 W NO , 35 12/22 W GB , 38 12/28 L at HOU Totals CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. PAT FG PTS FGs (Missed) 9/13 L at GB , 21 9/20 W PIT /27 W at SEA (53), 37 10/4 W DET , 22 10/18 L at ATL /25 L at CIN /1 W CLE , 29, 32 11/8 L ARZ (48) 11/12 L at SF , 38 11/22 L PHI , 28, 28, 49, (48) 11/29 L at MIN /6 W STL /13 L GB /20 L at BAL /28 W MIN , 42, 41, (45) 1/3 W at DET , 28, 34 Totals CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. PAT FG PTS FGs (Missed) 9/12 W DET , 31 9/19 W at DAL , 40 9/27 W GB (49), 25, 19 10/3 L at NYG /10 W at CAR , 53, 43 10/17 L SEA , 24, (54) 10/24 L WAS /7 W at BUF (42) 11/14 W MIN (43), 34, 37 11/18 W at MIA , 24, 50 11/28 W PHI /5 W at DET /12 L NE /20 W at MIN , 23, 34, 20 12/26 W NYJ , (35) 1/2 L at GB Totals POSTSEASON 1/16 W SEA /23 L GB Totals CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. PAT FG PTS FGs (Missed) 9/11 W ATL , 23, 26 9/18 L at NO , 38 9/25 L GB /2 W CAR , 24 10/10 L at DET , 49 10/16 W MIN , 26, 22 10/23 W at TB (41), 25 11/7 W at PHI , 38, 22 11/13 W DET , 35, (43), 50 11/20 W SD /27 L at OAK , 53 12/4 L KC , (41) 12/11 L at DEN /18 L SEA /25 L at GB (49), 35, 30 1/1 W at MIN Totals CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. PAT FG PTS FGs (Missed) 9/9 W IND , 26 9/13 L at GB /23 W STL , 22, 37 10/1 W at DAL , 21 10/7 W at JAX , 31 10/22 W DET , (47), 21 10/28 W CAR (33), 41 11/4 W at TEN , 25, 22 11/11 L HOU , 24, (48) 11/19 L at SF /25 W MIN , (39), 46 12/2 L SEA /9 L at MIN Missed Games after being placed on IR Totals CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. PAT FG PTS FGs (Missed) 9/8 W CIN /15 W MIN /22 W at PIT , 32 9/29 L at DET , 28, 25 10/6 L NO /10 W NYG , 52 10/20 L at WAS , (34), 49 11/4 W at GB , 27 11/10 L DET , 32 11/17 W BAL , 46, 38 11/24 L at STL /1 L at MIN , 40, (66), (47) 12/9 W DAL , 34, 23 12/15 W at CLE /22 L at PHI /29 L GB Totals CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

45 52 KHASEEM GREENE Ht: 6-1 Wt: 241 Age: 25 College: Rutgers Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 2 Acquired: 4th round of the 2013 draft LINEBACKER PRO CAREER: Appeared in 15 games with 4 starts at WLB during 2013 rookie season, collecting 39 tackles (26 solos), 1 interception, 1 forced fumble and 0.5 TFL... Added 2 special teams stops... Made NFL debut versus Cincinnati on September 8, Made first NFL start on November 24, 2013 at STL. GREENE CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected in the fourth round (117th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft by Chicago Signed a four-year contract with the Bears (5/2/13). SIGNED through SEASON: Made 4 starts at WLB over 15 games with Chicago during rookie season... Collected 39 tackles (26 solos), 1 interception, 1 forced fumble and 0.5 TFL... On special teams added 2 tackles... DNP vs. GB (12/29)... Started Games at WLB... Made NFL debut vs. CIN (9/8) and first NFL start at STL (11/24). GAMES PLAYED-STARTED 15-4 COLLEGE CAREER: Started 39 of the 51 games he appeared in for the Scarlet Knights; one at nickel back/outside linebacker in 2009; 12 at free safety in 2010; 26 at weak-side outside linebacker from Recorded 387 tackles (211 solos) with 11.5 sacks for minus 86 yards and 30.5 TFLs, in addition to posting 35 quarterback pressures Deflected 16 passes and gained 117 yards on 7 INT returns (16.71 avg) Caused 12 fumbles and recovered 5 others, advancing one 20 yards for a TD Added 34 tackles (26 solos), 4 FFs and a pair of fumble recoveries and 42 first-downfield plays as a member of the punt and kickoff coverage units... Earned BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year honor as a senior after earning a share of the award in 2011, becoming the second player in conference history to win to claim the honor in consecutive seasons... Named Associated Press All-America Third Team, Unanimous All-BIG EAST First Team selection at linebacker and honored with the Homer Hazel Trophy (Team MVP) as a senior... Also named a semifinalist for the Chuck Bednarik Award, selected as a nominee for the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team and won the Maxwell Club s Brian Westbrook Tri-State Player of the Year. PERSONAL: Standout safety at Elizabeth High School for coach Chet Parlavecchio Played one year of football at Avon Old Farms following his high school career Finished season with 5 INTs and posted 315 yards receiving Star-Ledger Third-Team All-State in 2006 at Elizabeth Part of an 11-1 Minutemen squad that won the New Jersey North II, Group IV State Championship in 2006 Star-Ledger All-Union First Team selection at outside linebacker after totaling 117 tackles, including 68 solo stops, and 2 fumble recoveries for TDs in Wears #52 in honor of former Rutgers teammate and good friend Eric Le Grand, who was paralyzed after suffering a spinal cord injury during a game in KHASEEM GREENE S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2013 Chicago SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 9, at CLE (12/15)...Same...None Solos... 6, at MIN (12/1)...Same...None Interceptions... 1, at MIN (12/1)...Same...None CHICAGOBEARS.COM 87

46 24 KELVIN HAYDEN Ht: 6-0 Wt: 195 Age: 30 College: Illinois Bears Season: 3 NFL Season: 10 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2012 (ATL) CORNERBACK HAYDEN PRO CAREER: Has appeared in 101 games (49 starts) in nine seasons with the Indianapolis Colts ( ), Atlanta Falcons (2011) and Chicago Bears ( )... Possesses 345 tackles (269 solo), 12 INTs, 44 PBUs, 4 FFs, 6 FRs and 28 special teams stops... Has 4 regular season defensive return TDs (3 INT and 1 fumble)... Missed the entire 2013 season after injuring his hamstring in training camp... In 10 postseason contests with 5 starts, has gathered 29 tackles, 3 INTs, 4 PBUs, 1 FF, 4 special teams stops and a 56-yard INT-return TD in Super Bowl XLI... 3 postseason INTs (all with Indianapolis, which are tied for 4th in franchise history) are tied for fifth in the NFL since CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected in the second round (60th overall) of the 2005 NFL Draft by Indianapolis Signed a four-year contract with the Colts (7/28/05)... Signed a 5-year contract with Indianapolis (2/18/09)... Released by the Colts (7/31/11)... Signed 1-year contract with Atlanta (9/1/11)... Singed 1-year contract with Chicago (4/9/12)... Signed 1-year contract with Chicago (3/26/13)... Signed a 1-year contract with Chicago (2/28/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Was placed on IR prior to the start of the season with a hamstring injury. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED 0-0 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Played in 16 contests with 2 starts for Chicago... Recorded 40 tackles, 1 INT, 3 PBUs, 4 opponent fumble recoveries and 3 special teams stops... 4 opponent fumble recoveries were tied for most in the NFL... Started Games Played in 8 contests with 1 start for the Atlanta Falcons... Recorded 20 tackles, 2 INTs, 4 PBUs, 1 TFL and 3 special teams stops... Inactive Weeks due to toe injury before being placed on IR (12/27/11) Started all 11 games played for Indianapolis, gathering 61 tackles, 2 INTs, 8 PBUs, 1 FF and 2 INT return TDs... Missed final 5 games and playoffs due to neck injury Started 8 of 9 games played, recording 50 tackles, 1 INT and 5 PBUs... Started all 3 postseason contests, finishing second on the team with 18 tackles, adding 1 INT, 1 FF and 2 PBUs Started all 10 games played, collecting 42 tackles, 3 interceptions, a career-high 12 pass break ups, 1 forced fumble and 1 INT return TD... 3 INTs tied a career-high, established a year earlier... Started Colts lone postseason contest, recording 2 tackles Set a career-high in games played (16), contests started (16), tackles (83) and forced fumbles (2), while adding 3 INTs, 10 PBUs and 1 FR... Colts pass defense was second in the NFL allowing ypg... Led team in PBUs and solo tackles and finished third in total tackles... Started Indy s lone playoff contest, registering 3 tackles, 1 INT and a PBU Appeared in 15 contests with 1 start, registering 31 tackles, 1 PBU, a fumble return TD and 8 special teams tackles... Appeared in all four of Colts postseason contests, racking up 6 tackles, a PBU, and an INT... Also added 3 special teams stops... Had 56-yard INT-return TD in Super Bowl XLI Saw action in all 16 contests, gathering 18 defensive stops and 1 PBU... Added a career-high 14 special teams tackles... Appeared in Colts Divisional playoff game, recording 1 special teams tackle. COLLEGE: Two-year letterwinner at Illinois ( ), starting 19 of 21 contests... Moved to cornerback from wide receiver as a senior... Had 71 tackles (41 solo), 4 INTs (tied for most in Big Ten), 6 PBUs, 1 FF, 1 blocked kick... Had 52 receptions for 592 yards, 3 TDs as a junior... Majored in speech communications... Two-time all-conference and all-region choice at Joliet Junior College... First-Team All-America honors, NJCAA National Offensive Player of the Year, conference Player of the Year and MVP of 2002 Junior College National Championship Game. PERSONAL: Attended Hubbard High School in Chicago... Four-year all-conference selection... Had 792 total yards despite missing 7 games as a senior... Totaled 2,315 yards and 33 TDs rushing as a junior... Played QB as a sophomore and had 21 TD passes and 7 TDs rushing... Led team and finished second in state with 10 INTs as freshman DB... Two-time city league track champion in 55- and 200-meters indoors and 100- and 200-meters outdoors. 88 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

47 KELVIN HAYDEN S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2005 Indianapolis n/a Indianapolis n/a Indianapolis n/a Indianapolis t n/a Indianapolis n/a Indianapolis t n/a Atlanta n/a Chicago Chicago INJURED RESERVE NFL totals t n/a 28 ADDITIONAL STATS: Touchdowns - 4: 31-yard INT return vs. CIN (11/14/10), 25-yard INT return vs. HOU (11/1/10), 85-yard INT return vs. CIN (12/7/08), 26-yard fumble return vs. PHI (11/26/08). Kickoff Returns - 1 for 1 yard: 2006 (1 for 1 yard). POSTSEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2005 Indianapolis n/a Indianapolis t n/a Indianapolis n/a Indianapolis n/a Indianapolis n/a Indianapolis INACTIVE 2011 Atlanta INJURED RESERVE Postseason t n/a 5 ADDITIONAL STATS: Touchdowns - 1: 56-yard INT return vs. CHI (Super Bowl XLI). HAYDEN SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... None...10, two times...6, three times Solos... None...10, at DEN (9/26/10)...6, vs. BAL (1/16/10) Interceptions... None...2, vs. CIN (12/7/08)...1, three times Longest INT return... None...85t, vs. CIN (12/7/08)...56t, vs. CHI (SB XLI) Pass Defenses... None...4, two times...2, vs. NYJ (1/24/10) BEARS HEAD COACHES Overall Regular Post-season Seasons W-L-T W-L-T W-L George Halas ; 33-42; 46-55; Ralph Jones None Hunk Anderson / Luke Johnsos John Paddy Driscoll Jim Dooley None Abe Gibron None Jack Pardee Neill Armstrong Mike Ditka Dave Wannstedt Dick Jauron Lovie Smith Marc Trestman 2013-Present None CHICAGOBEARS.COM 89

48 KELVIN HAYDEN S GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS Regular Season Starting Record (2-3 Postseason Record) HAYDEN 2005 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 9/11 W at BAL n/a 9/18 W JAX n/a 9/25 W CLE n/a 10/2 W at TEN n/a 10/9 W at SF n/a 10/17 W STL n/a 10/23 W at HOU n/a 11/7 W at NE n/a 11/13 W HOU n/a 11/20 W at CIN n/a 11/28 W PIT n/a 12/4 W TEN n/a 12/11 W at JAX n/a 12/18 L SD n/a 12/24 L at SEA n/a Totals n/a POSTSEASON 1/1 W ARZ n/a 1/15 L PIT n/a Totals n/a 2006 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 9/10 W at NYG n/a 9/17 W HOU n/a 10/1* W at NYJ n/a 10/8 W TEN n/a 10/22 W WAS n/a 10/29 W at DEN n/a 11/5 W at NE n/a 11/12 W BUF n/a 11/19 L at DAL n/a 11/26 W PHI n/a 12/3 L at TEN n/a 12/10 L at JAX n/a 12/18 W CIN n/a 12/24 L at HOU n/a 12/31 W MIA n/a Totals n/a POSTSEASON 1/6 W KC n/a 1/13 W at BAL n/a 1/21 W NE n/a 2/4 W vs. CHI n/a Totals n/a 2007 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 9/6* W NO n/a 9/16* W at TEN n/a 9/23* W at HOU n/a 9/30* W DEN n/a 10/7* W TB n/a 10/22* W at JAX n/a 10/28* W at CAR n/a 11/4* L NE n/a 11/11* L at SD n/a 11/18* W KC n/a 11/22* W at ATL (-3) n/a 12/2* W JAX n/a 12/9* W at BAL n/a 12/16* W at OAK n/a 12/23* W HOU n/a 12/30* L TEN n/a Totals n/a POSTSEASON 1/13* L SD n/a 2008 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 9/7* L CHI n/a 9/14* W at MIN n/a 9/21* L JAX n/a 10/5* W at HOU n/a 11/23* W at SD n/a 11/30* W at CLE n/a 12/7* W CIN n/a 12/14* W DET n/a 12/18* W at JAX n/a 12/28* W TEN n/a Totals n/a POSTSEASON 1/3* L at SD n/a 2009 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 9/13* W JAX n/a 9/21* W at MIA n/a 10/25* W at STL n/a 11/1* W SF n/a 12/6 W TEN n/a 12/13* W DEN n/a 12/17* W at JAX n/a 12/27* L NYJ n/a 1/3* L at BUF n/a Totals n/a POSTSEASON 1/16* W BAL n/a 1/24* W NYJ n/a 2/7* L vs. NO n/a Totals n/a 2010 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 9/12* L at HOU n/a 9/19* W NYG n/a 9/26* W at DEN n/a 10/3* L at JAX n/a 10/10* W KC n/a 10/17* W at WAS n/a 11/1* W HOU n/a 11/7* L at PHI n/a 11/14* W CIN n/a 11/21* L at NE n/a 11/28* L SD n/a Totals n/a 2011 ATLANTA FALCONS 9/18* W PHI n/a 10/2 W at SEA n/a 10/9 L GB n/a 10/16 W CAR n/a 10/23 w at DET n/a 11/6 W at IND n/a 11/13 L NO n/a 11/20 W TEN n/a Totals n/a 2012 CHICAGO BEARS 9/9 W IND /13 L at GB /23 W STL /1 W at DAL /7 W at JAX /22 W DET /28 W CAR /4 W at TEN /11 L HOU /19 L at SF /25 W MIN /2 L SEA /9* L at MIN /16* L GB /23 W at ARZ /30 W at DET Totals CHICAGO BEARS Spent the season on Injured Reserve *Denotes Game Started 90 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

49 99 LAMARR HOUSTON Ht: 6-3 Wt: 300 Age: 27 College: Texas Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 5 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (OAK) DEFENSIVE END PRO CAREER: Enters first season with Chicago after spending the previous four years with the Oakland Raiders ( ), tying for the team lead during that time in sacks (16) and forced fumbles (4) Served as a team captain in his final year in Oakland... Also owns 6 opponent fumble recoveries, which are tied for 7th most in the NFL since 2010 According to STATS, led Raiders with 20.5 stuffs a tackle of a rusher for negative yards in four seasons with the team Started 60-of-64 career contests, collecting 238 tackles (179 solo), 37 TFLs, and 1 INT Has not missed a game in his 4-year career Led the Raiders in sacks in 2013 (six) after tying for the team lead in 2012 (four). HOUSTON HONORS & AWARDS: 2013 AFC Defensive Player of the Week vs. JAX (10/21) All-Rookie Team (The Sporting News) CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Oakland Raiders in the 2nd round (44th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft Signed with the Raiders (7/26/10) Signed a 5-year contract with the Chicago Bears (3/11/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Moved to the right side of the Raiders defensive line prior to the season and started all 16 games for the second consecutive year... Served as defensive captain... Led team with a career-high 6 sacks for 52 yards in losses... Led Raiders defensive linemen with 71 tackles (55 solo), forced a career-high 2 fumbles, tallied 10 TFLs and recovered 1 fumble. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: Registered 77 tackles (58 solo), 2 PBUs, 1 FF, 1 FR and a team-leading 4.5 sacks for Oakland Led the team in both QB hits (31) and TFLs (13) and finished second with 17 pressures... Was part of a Raiders defense that held the Kansas City Chiefs (12/16) to 119 total yards, the fewest by a Raiders defense since Played in all 16 games with 13 starts for Oakland Totaled 51 tackles (36), 6 TFLs, 1 sack, 3 PBUs and 1 INT Also tied for fifth in the AFC with 2 FRs Saw action in all 16 games and made 15 starts in first NFL season with Oakland Named to The Sporting News All-Rookie Team Tied for 5th on the team with 5 sacks Added 39 tackles (30 solo), 8 TFLs, 1 FF and 2 FRs. COLLEGE: Played in 50 games with 33 starts at Texas Started 20 games at defensive tackle and 13 at defensive end Totaled 160 stops, 14 sacks, 41 TFLs, 13 PBUs, 2 FRs and a FF Started 13 games at defensive tackle as a senior Named second-team All-Big 12 by the Associated Press, conference coaches, Dallas Morning News and Fort Worth Star-Telegram Helped Texas rank eighth nationally in scoring defense (15.2 points per game), third in total defense (251.1 yards per game), first in rushing defense (62.2), 11th in pass-efficiency defense (101.3 rating) and 23rd in pass defense (188.9) In 2009, posted 58 stops, 20 TFLs, 28 hurries, 7 sacks, 4 PBUs and 2 FRs Appeared in 12 games as a junior, making 8 starts at defensive tackle Also garnered second-team academic All-Big 12 recognition Helped Texas lead the Big 12 in scoring defense (18.8) and total defense (342.9), in addition to rushing defense (83.5), which also ranked third in the nation Tallied 22 stops, 1½ sacks, 7 TFLs, 11 hurries and 5 PBUs As a sophomore, appeared in all 13 games, starting 11 at defensive end Helped Longhorns give up just 93.4 rushing yards per game, sixth in the nation Led the team in 2007 with 12 TFLs and 24 hurries, to go along with 66 tackles, 4.5 sacks, 5 PBUs and a FF Appeared in 11 games at defensive end and on special teams as a true freshman Posted 14 tackles, 2 TFLs, a sack and two 2 Was a three-time member of UT s Athletics Director s Honor Roll Corporate communications major. CHICAGOBEARS.COM 91

50 PERSONAL: Attended Thomas B. Doherty High School in Colorado Springs, Colo. A prep All-American and two-time all-state selection as a running back and linebacker Earned Parade All-America honors as a linebacker Also named second-team All-American by EA Sports Finished career with 3,325 yards rushing and 49 TDs, along with 239 tackles and 13 sacks in three seasons Posted more than 100 tackles in each of his final two prep campaigns Averaged 8.1 yards on 411 carries during his career Named the Rocky Mountain News Colorado Defensive Player of the Year as a senior Also earned Gatorade s Player of the Year in Colorado Named first-team all-state as a junior, one of only three juniors to earn that distinction As a sophomore, earned first-team all-conference, second-team all-area and first-team all-city honors while playing fullback and defensive end Also competed in basketball and track and field Born in San Francisco and lived in Sacramento until he was 5 Cousin, Stan Gill, played tailback at Stanford Represented team at Madden-Marriucci Battle of the Bay in June 2012 Spent time volunteering with the children of Frick Middle School of Oakland in December 2011 Volunteered at the November 2011 G-Fit Gatorade Clinic at the Google campus in San Francisco. HOUSTON LAMARR HOUSTON S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL 2010 Oakland n/a Oakland n/a Oakland n/a Oakland n/a 10 NFL totals n/a 37 ADDITIONAL STATS: Touchdowns - 3: 46-yd INT return vs. TB (11/28/04); 60-yd fumble return at ATL (12/18/04); 13-yd INT return at ARZ (11/1/09). Blocked Kicks - 1. SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 7, twice...11, at SD (12/30/12)...None Solos... 7, vs. DEN (12/29/13)...8, at SD (12/3012)...None Sacks... 1, six times...1, sixteen times...none LAMARR HOUSTON GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS Regular Season Starting Record 2010 OAKLAND RAIDERS 2012 OAKLAND RAIDERS 9/12* L at TEN n/a 9/10* L SD n/a 9/19* W STL n/a 9/16* L at MIA n/a 9/26* L at ARZ n/a 9/23* W PIT n/a 10/3* L HOU n/a 9/30* L at DEN n/a 10/10* W SD n/a 10/14* L at ATL n/a 10/17* L at SF n/a 10/21* W JAX n/a 10/24 W at DEN n/a 10/28* W at KC n/a 10/31* W SEA n/a 11/4* L TB n/a 11/7* W KC n/a 11/11* L at BAL n/a 11/21* L at PIT n/a 11/18* L NO n/a 11/28* L MIA n/a 11/25* L at CIN n/a 12/5* W at SD n/a 12/2* L CLE n/a 12/12* L at JAX n/a 12/6* L DEN n/a 12/19* W DEN n/a 12/16* W KC n/a 12/26* L IND n/a 12/23* L at CAR n/a 1/2* W at KC n/a 12/30* L at SD n/a Totals Totals OAKLAND RAIDERS 9/12* W at DEN n/a 9/18 L at BUF n/a 9/25 W NYJ n/a 10/2 L NE n/a 10/9* W at HOU n/a 10/16* W CLE n/a 10/23* L KC n/a 11/6* L DEN n/a 11/10* W at SD n/a 11/20* W at MIN n/a 11/27* W CHI n/a 12/4* L at MIA n/a 12/11* L at GB n/a 12/18* L DET n/a 12/24* W at KC n/a 1/1* L SD n/a Totals OAKLAND RAIDERS 9/8* L at IND n/a 9/15* W JAX n/a 9/23* L at DEN n/a 9/29* L WAS n/a 10/6* W SD n/a 10/13* L at KC n/a 10/27* W PIT n/a 11/3* L PHI n/a 11/10* L at NYG n/a 11/17* W at HOU n/a 11/24* L TEN n/a 11/28* L at DAL n/a 12/8* L at NYJ n/a 12/15* L KC n/a 12/22* L at SD n/a 12/29* L DEN n/a Totals *Denotes Game Started 92 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

51 17 ALSHON JEFFERY Ht: 6-3 Wt: 216 Age: 24 College: South Carolina Bears Season: 3 NFL Season: 3 Acquired: 2nd round of the 2012 NFL Draft WIDE RECEIVER PRO CAREER: Earned his first Pro Bowl nod in 2013 Accumulated 113 receptions for 1,788 yards (15.8 ypc) and 10 TDs in his career ( ) 1,788 receiving yards ranks 3rd all-time for a Bear in his first two seasons Twice set the Bears singlegame receiving yards mark in 2013 with 218 vs. NO (10/6) and 249 at MIN (12/1), en route to being named the PFWA s Most Improved player Holds the second spot in Bears annals for receiving yards in a single season with 1,421 (2013) and sixth in receptions in a single season with 89 (2013)... As a rookie, averaged 36.7 receiving yards per game which ranks eighth in Bears single-season history among rookies Led Bears receiving corps in yards per reception in 2012 (15.3) and 2013 (16.0). JEFFERY HONORS & AWARDS: Pro Bowl; PFWA Most Improved Player CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted in the second round (50th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft (4/27/12) Signed a 4-year contract with Chicago (5/2/12). SIGNED through SEASON: Earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl and was Named PFWA s Most Improved Player after recording 89 catches for 1,421 yards (16.0 ypc) and 7 TDs 1,421 receiving yards in a single season ranks 2nd all-time in team history 89 receptions ranks 6th in franchise history Set the top two marks for receiving yards in a game with 218 vs. NO (10/6/13) and 249 at MIN (12/1/13) One-of-eight players in NFL history to record two 200 yard receiving games in one season Was 1/3 of a Bears trio that became the 7th in NFL history to be composed of one 1,200 yard rusher (Matt Forte - 1,339) and two 1,200 yard receivers (Alshon Jeffery 1,421; Brandon Marshall - 1,295) from the same team in a single season and the first trio in franchise history to accomplish the feat Combined with Brandon Marshall to become the second set of Bears receivers to enjoy 1,000 yard seasons in franchise annals, while their 2,716 combined receiving yards became the most by a duo in team history Five 100-yard receiving games in 2013 ranks tied for 6th in team history His 12 receptions at MIN (12/1/13) ranks tied for fourth in team history 105 rushing yards in 2013 are the most by a Bears receiver in a single season. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: Appeared in 10 games for Chicago with 6 starts, catching 24 passes for 367 yards and 3 touchdowns 15.3 yards per catch was highest on the team Ranked third on the team in receiving yards Finished 10th among NFL rookies in receiving yards, tied for sixth in TD receptions and fourth in yards per catch (among rookies with at least 20-plus catches) Eighth in franchise history among rookies in receiving yards per game (36.7) Made first career start on September 23 vs. STL Missed Weeks 7-10 with hand injury and Weeks with knee injury. COLLEGE: Played in 39 games at South Carolina ( ), making 32 starts for the Gamecocks Finished with 183 catches (second in school history) for 3,042 yards (first in school history and second most in SEC history) and 23 TDs (tied for first in school history) Returned 1 kickoff for 35 yards... Team captain and 2nd team all-sec as a junior... Biletnikoff finalist, All- American and unanimous first-team all-sec as a sophomore... First-team Freshman All-American, first-team SEC all-freshman and fourth-team all-sec as a true freshman. PERSONAL: Attended Calhoun County High School (St. Matthews, SC) Named first-team all-state by The State as a defensive back... Caught 35 passes for 740 yards and 14 TDs as a senior... Averaged 65 yards on kickoff returns and 35 yards on punt returns with three touchdowns... Totaled 50 tackles on defense... Selected to the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas and the Under Armour All-American Game... Logged 910 yards receiving and 14 touchdowns as a junior in Also was a standout on the basketball court... Helped Calhoun County win four state titles. CHICAGOBEARS.COM 93

52 ALSHON JEFFERY S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Rush Yds Avg Lg TD 2012 Chicago Chicago , t NFL totals , t SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Receptions... 12, at MIN (12/1)...Same... None Receiving Yards , at MIN (12/1)...Same... None Longest Reception... 80t, at MIN (12/1)...Same... None Receiving TDs... 2, at MIN (12/1)...Same... None JEFFERY ALSHON JEFFERY S GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATS 11-9 Regular Season Starting Record 2012 CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/9 W IND t 1 9/13 L at GB /23* W STL /1 W at DAL /7* W at JAX t 1 Inactive Weeks 7-10 due to injury 11/19 L at SF Inactive Weeks due to injury 12/9* L at MIN /16* L GB /23* W at ARZ /30* W at DET Totals CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/8 W CIN /15* W MIN /22* W at PIT /29* L at DET /6* L NO /10* W NYG /20* L at WAS /4* W at GB /10* L DET /17* W BAL /24 L at STL /1* L at MIN t 2 12/9* W DAL /15* W at CLE t 1 12/22* L at PHI /29* L GB Totals , t 7 *Denotes Game Started BEARS TEAM CAPTAINS Since 2007, at the recommendation of the NFL s six-member player advisory council, NFL teams could name up to six season-long captains. Captains are designated with a square patch with the letter C and four gold stars across the bottom. A player receives a gold star for each year he is a team captain. Teams are allowed to determine how they want to select their captains, some opting for weekly captains which do not wear the C patch, while others elect up to six. In 2013 the offense was led by C Roberto Garza and QB Jay Cutler, the defense was directed by LB Lance Briggs and DE Julius Peppers while LS Patrick Mannelly captained the special teams. The following is the Chicago Bears captains since CHICAGO BEARS CAPTAINS Since 2007 Special Year Offense Defense Teams 2007 O. Kreutz M. Muhammad B. Urlacher M. Brown* B. Ayanbadejo 2008 O. Kreutz K. Orton B. Urlacher M. Brown P. Mannelly 2009 O. Kreutz J. Cutler B. Urlacher^ A. Ogunleye# P. Mannelly 2010 O. Kreutz J. Cutler B. Urlacher J. Peppers P. Mannelly 2011 R. Garza J. Cutler B. Urlacher J. Peppers P. Mannelly% 2012 R. Garza J. Cutler B. Urlacher J. Peppers P. Mannelly 2013 R. Garza J. Cutler L. Briggs J. Peppers P. Mannelly * Adewale Ogunleye was named captain after Mike Brown was placed on IR in Week 2 (2007) ^ Lance Briggs was named captain after Brian Urlacher was placed on IR in Week 2 (2009) # Alex Brown was named captain after Adewale Ogunleye was placed on IR in Week 16 (2009) % Corey Graham was named captain after Patrick Mannelly was placed on IR in Week 11 (2011) 94 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

53 37 M.D. JENNINGS Ht: 6-0 Wt: 187 Age: 25 College: Arkansas State Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 4 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (GB) SAFETY PRO CAREER: Joins the Chicago Bears coming off of career highs in tackles (79), sacks (1), and FRs (1) with Green Bay... Has started 26-of-47 career games for the Packers ( ), accumulating 125 tackles (101 solo), 1 sack, 1 INT returned for a 72-yard TD, 8 PBUs and 1 FR Owns 8 postseason tackles in 4 games with 1 start with Green Bay... Has added 24 special teams tackles Was 1-of-3 undrafted rookies to make the Packers opening-day roster in CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Green Bay Packers (7/28/11) Signed a oneyear contract with the Chicago Bears (3/12/14). SIGNED through JENNINGS, M.D SEASON: Started all 16 games for the first time in his career, setting career-highs in tackles (79), sacks (1), and FRs (1) Also, turned in 2 PBUs Collected 5 STTs... Started the Green Bay s lone playoff game, tallying 3 tackles. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012 Saw increased action with the Packers due to an injury sustained by Charles Woodson Played in 16 games with 10 starts, collecting 46 tackles (41 solo), 6 PBUs, and 1 INT returned for a TD Set a career-high and ranked third on the team in STTs with 10 Was at the center of the controversial play that decided the game in Seattle s favor when he jumped to intercept a ball in the end zone as time expired... Made an appearence in both playoff games, totaling 5 tackles Was 1-of-3 undrafted rookies to make the Packers opening day roster Appeared primarily on special teams, recording 9 STTs... Competed in Packers playoff loss to eventual Super Bowl Champion, New York Giants. COLLEGE: A four-year letterman ( ) and three-year starter who finished his career with 241 tackles, including 7½ TFLs, 8 INTs and 15 PDs from the safety position at Arkansas State Named first-team All-Sun Belt Conference following his senior season in 2010 when he set or tied career highs in almost every statistical category Earned his degree in physical education Tallied a career-high 84 tackles (38 solo) as a senior Matched his career-best interception total with three Was named the Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts in the team s loss at eventual national champion Auburn (Sept. 4) Led the team with 11 tackles against the Tigers, including 1½ for loss and was the lone Red Wolf to sack eventual Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton, also adding a FF and a FR in the game Finished the season ranked No. 10 in the conference in tackles and tied for fourth in INTs In his junior campaign, started the first 11 games as part of a unit that ranked first in the conference in both yards allowed and scoring defense Finished with 64 tackles (37 solo), an INT, 6 PBUs and a team-high 3 FRs Was named to the Athletic Director s Honor Roll and the SBC Academic Honor Roll Opened all 12 games in his first season as a starter his sophomore year Made 67 tackles, including 3 TFLs, a team-high 3 INTs and 5 PBUs Registered a career-high 13 tackles vs. Southern Miss (Sept. 13) As a redshirt freshman, saw action in 12 games as a reserve Recorded 26 tackles (12 solo), a sack and an interception on the season. PERSONAL: Given name Melvin Delaine Jennings Born in Grenada, Miss. Has a 1-year old daughter, Malia High school: Played CB, S and WR at Calhoun City (Miss.) High School Was named first-team all-state after totaling 70 tackles, five INTs and 15 passes defensed his senior year for a team that went 12-1 and reached the third round of the state playoffs for Class 2A Had 16 receptions for 363 yards (22.7 avg.) and four TDs on offense, while also returning two punts for TDs Received second-team all-state honors as a junior after making 70 tackles and eight interceptions on the season Lettered six times in baseball, having made the varsity team in seventh grade and also lettered twice in track, competing in a number of events Excelled in academics, ranking No. 5 in his graduating class and receiving the United States National Minority Leadership Award in CHICAGOBEARS.COM 95

54 M.D. JENNINGS NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2011 Green Bay Green Bay t Green Bay NFL totals t ADDITIONAL STATS: Touchdowns - 1: 72-yard INT return at DET (11/18/12) JENNINGS, M.D. POSTSEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2011 Green Bay Green Bay Green Bay POSTSEASON SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles...8, three times... 8, four times...3, twice Solos...8, twice... 8, three times...3, vs. SF (1/5/14) Pass Defenses...2, vs. DET (10/6/13)... 2, three times...none Interceptions...None... 1, at DET (11/18/12)...None M.D. JENNINGS GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS Regular Season Starting Record (0-1 Postseason Record) 2011 GREEN BAY PACKERS 9/18 W at CAR /25 W at CHI /2 W DEN /9 W at ATL /16 W STL /23 W at MIN /6 W at SD /14 W MIN /20 W TB /24 W at DET /4 W at NYG /11 W OAK /18 L at KC /25 W CHI /1 W DET Totals POSTSEASON 1/15 W GREEN BAY PACKERS 9/9 L SF /13 W CHI /24 L at SEA /30 W NO /7 L at IND /14 W at HOU /21* W at STL /28* W JAX /4* W ARZ /18* W at DET /25* L at NYG /2* W MIN /9* W DET /16* W at CHI /23* W TEN /30* L at MIN Totals POSTSEASON 1/5 W MIN /12 L at SF Totals GREEN BAY PACKERS 9/8* L at SF n/a 9/15* W WAS n/a 9/22* L at CIN n/a 10/6* W DET n/a 10/13* W at BAL n/a 10/20* W CLE n/a 10/27* W at MIN n/a 11/4* L CHI n/a 11/10* L PHI n/a 11/17* L at NYG n/a 11/24* T MIN n/a 11/28* L at DET n/a 12/8* W ATL n/a 12/15* W at DAL n/a 12/22* L PIT n/a 12/29* W at CHI n/a Totals POSTSEASON 1/5* L SF n/a *Denotes Game Started 96 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

55 26 TIM JENNINGS Ht: 5-8 Wt: 185 Age: 30 College: Georgia Bears Season: 5 NFL Season: 9 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2010 (IND) CORNERBACK PRO CAREER: Named to his second consecutive Pro Bowl in 2013 Has played in 115 games at cornerback (79 starts) in eight seasons with Indianapolis ( ) and Chicago ( ), collecting 444 tackles (330 solo), 20 interceptions - with 3 returned for a touchdown, 70 pass break ups, 8 forced fumbles and 5 fumble recoveries Led NFL in 2012 with 9 INTs, tied for second most in Bears single-season history Is the fourth player in Bears franchise history to lead the NFL in interceptions in a single-season joining Mark Carrier (10 in 1990), Roosevelt Taylor (9 in 1963) and Clyde Bulldog Turner (8 in 1942) 15 interceptions since 2011 are second most in the NFL to Seattle s Richard Sherman 3 interception return touchdowns since 2012 are tied for second in the NFL with Charles Tillman Has 33 career special teams tackles In three seasons with Chicago has appeared in 62 games with 58 starts, recording 16 INTs, 45 PBUs, 287 tackles, 8 TFLs, 5 forced fumbles, 3 fumble recoveries and 4 special teams stops Super Bowl Champion with the Colts in 2006 Has appeared in seven postseason contests (3 starts), collecting 23 tackles, 5 PBUs, a forced fumble and 2 special teams stops. JENNINGS, T. HONORS & AWARDS: Pro Bowl Pro Bowl; Second-team All-Pro (AP); NFC Defensive Player of the Month (September). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Indianapolis in the second round (68th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft... Signed by Chicago to a 2-year contract (3/16/10)... Signed 2-year contract with Bears (3/16/12)... Signed 4-year contract with Bears (1/2/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Earned his second straight trip to the Pro Bowl after recording 4 interceptions, returning a league and career-high 2 for touchdowns Added a career-high 3 forced fumbles, 12 pass deflections, 1 fumble recovery and 66 tackles (54 solo) His 8 combined takeaways (4 INTs, 3 FFs, 1 FR) ranked tied for fourth in the NFL... Started all 16 games for first time in his career. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012: Earned first career Pro Bowl nod after leading the NFL with a career-high 9 interceptions, which are tied for second most in Bears single-season history Returned INT 25 yards for first career TD in Week 8 vs. Carolina (10/28) Added 68 tackles, team-high 16 pass break ups and 1 TFL in 14 starts Inactive Weeks due to shoulder injury Played in all 16 games for the Bears, making career-high 15 starts... Credited with career-high 87 tackles (62 solo), 2 INTs, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery and 4 TFLs... Finished tied for second on Chicago with 8 PBUs... Added 2 special teams stops Played in all 16 games for Chicago, making 13 starts... Credited with 66 tackles, 1 INT, 9 PBUs, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery and 2 TFLs... Added 2 special teams stops... Started both postseason games, posting 10 tackles and 2 PBUs Appeared in 15 games (5 starts) for the Colts Credited with 56 tackles, 2 INTs and 10 PBUs Appeared in 16 games, starting the final 12 at CB for the Colts Posted 74 tackles, 2 INTs, 8 PBUs, 2 forced fumbles and 2 fumble recoveries Started at RCB in Wild Card Playoffs at SD (1/3), posting 7 tackles and a forced fumble Started 4 of 11 games played at DB for the Colts Credited with 23 tackles, 3 PBUs and a forced fumble Appeared in 11 games as reserve DB and special teams player with Indianapolis Recorded 3 tackles and 4 special teams stops. COLLEGE: Three-year starter at Georgia who started 34-of-50 games played Finished career with 170 tackles (127 solo), 10 TFLs, 1.0 sack, 1 FF, 2 FRs, 27 PBUs and 10 INTs Was named all-sec first-team by AP and The NFL Draft Report as a senior. CHICAGOBEARS.COM 97

56 PERSONAL: Born in Orangeburg, S.C Attended Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School (Orangeburg, SC) Posted 65 tackles and 8 INTs as senior Also scored 3 TDs receiving, 4 kickoff returns and 2 punt returns for TDs All-state selection by Associated Press and was all-region defensive player-of-the-year Selected to play in Shrine Bowl Cousin of former New York Jets DB Donnie Abraham. JENNINGS, T. TIM JENNINGS NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2006 Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago t Bears toatals t NFL totals t ADDITIONAL STATS: Touchdowns - 3: 25-yard INT return vs. CAR (10/28/12); 44-yard INT return vs. MIN (9/15/13); 48-yard INT return vs. NYG (10/10/13) POSTSEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2007 Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Chicago POSTSEASON SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles...7, three times... 10, twice...7, at SD (1/3/09) Solos...6, twice... 10, vs BAL (10/12/08)...6, at SD (1/3/09) Pass Defenses...3, twice... 3, five times...2, twice Interceptions...2, vs. NYG (10/10)... 2, four times...none TOP INTERCEPTORS MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN THE NFL (Since 2003) Player Team G Int Yds Avg Long TD 1. Ed Reed BAL-HOU-NYJ t 7 2. Asante Samuel NE-PHI-ATL t 6 3. Charles Woodson OAK-GB t 9 4. DeAngelo Hall ATL-OAK-WAS t 5 5. Charles Tillman CHI Champ Bailey WAS-DEN t 3 Terence Newman DAL-CIN Darren Sharper GB-MIN-NO t 8 9. Troy Polamalu PIT Rashean Mathis JAX t 3 98 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

57 TIM JENNINGS GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS Regular Season Starting Record (1-1 Postseason Record) 2006 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 9/24 W JAX N/A 10/1 W at NYJ N/A 10/22 W WAS N/A 10/29 W at DEN N/A 11/5 W at NE N/A 11/12 W BUF N/A 11/19 L at DAL N/A 11/26 W PHI N/A 12/3 L at TEN N/A 12/10 L at JAX N/A 12/18 W CIN N/A Totals N/A POSTSEASON Inactive for each of the four postseason games 2007 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 9/16 W at TEN N/A 9/23* W at HOU N/A 9/30 W DEN N/A 10/7* W TB N/A 10/22 W at JAX N/A 10/28 W at CAR N/A 11/4* L NE N/A 11/11 L at SD N/A 12/9 W at BAL N/A 12/16* W at OAK N/A 12/23 W HOU N/A Totals N/A POSTSEASON 1/13 L SD INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 9/7 L CHI N/A 9/14 W at MIN N/A 9/21 L JAX N/A 10/5 W at HOU N/A 10/12* W BAL N/A 10/19* L at GB N/A 10/27* L at TEN N/A 11/2* W NE N/A 11/9* W at PIT N/A 11/16* W HOU N/A 11/23* W at SD N/A 11/30* W at CLE N/A 12/7* W CIN N/A 12/14* W DET N/A 12/18* W at JAX N/A 12/28* W TEN N/A Totals N/A POSTSEASON 1/3* L at SD INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 9/13 W JAX N/A 9/21* W at MIA N/A 9/27* W ar ARZ N/A 10/4* W SEA N/A 10/11 W at TEN N/A 11/1 W SF N/A 11/8* W HOU N/A 11/15* W NE N/A 11/22 W at BAL N/A 11/29 W at HOU N/A 12/6 W TEN N/A 12/13 W DEN N/A 12/17 W at JAX N/A 12/27 L NYJ N/A 1/3 L at BUF N/A Totals N/A POSTSEASON 1/16 W BAL /24 W NYJ /7 L NO Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/12 W DET /19 W at DAL /27 W GB /3* L at NYG /10* W at CAR /17* L SEA /24* L WAS /7* W at BUF /14* W MIN /18* W at MIA /28* W PHI /5* W at DET /12* L NE /20* W at MIN /26* W NYJ /2* L at GB Totals POSTSEASON 1/16* W SEA /23* L GB Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/11* W ATL /18* L at NO /25* L GB /2* W CAR /10* L at DET /16* W MIN /23* W at TB /7* W at PHI /13* W DET /20* W SD /27* L at OAK /4* L KC /11* L at DEN /18* L SEA /25 L at GB /1* W at MIN Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/9* W Ind /13* L at GB /23* W STL (-11) /1* W at DAL /7* W at JAX /22* W DET /28* W CAR /4* W at TEN /11* L HOU /19* L at SF /25* W MIN /2* L SEA Inactive Weeks due to injury 12/23* W at ARZ /30* W at DET Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/8* W CIN /15* W MIN /22* W at PIT /29* L at DET /6* L NO /10* W NYG /20* L at WAS /4* W at GB /10* L DET /17* W BAL /24* L at STL /1* L at MIN /9* W DAL /15* W at CLE /22* L at PHI /29* L GB Totals JENNINGS, T. *Denotes Game Started CHICAGOBEARS.COM 99

58 73 AUSTEN LANE Ht: 6-6 Wt: 265 Age: 26 College: Murray State Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 4 Acquired: Waived free agent in 2013 (DET) DEFENSIVE END LANE PRO CAREER: Fifth-year defensive end begins his first season with the Bears in 2014, accumulating 64 tackles (46 solo), 3.0 sacks and 1 FF over the course of his career. Appeared in 30 games (17 starts) in four NFL seasons for the Jacksonville Jaguars ( ) and Detroit Lions (2013) Spent training camp with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013 before being waived prior to the start of the season. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 5th round (153rd overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft Signed with the Jaguars (7/14/10) Waived by Jacksonville (6/13/13) Acquired from waivers by the Kansas City Chiefs (6/14/13) Waived by Kansas City (8/31/13) Signed by the Detroit Lions (11/5/13) Waived by the Lions (11/27/13) Signed by the Chicago Bears (2/17/14) SIGNED through SEASON: Appeared in 2 contests for the Detroit Lions with 1 QB hurry Spent training camp with the Kansas City Chiefs after being waived by Jacksonville in June. PREVIOUS SEASONS: Appeared in 11 games (7 starts) for the Jaguars, recording career-highs in tackles (32; 10 solo), sacks (2.0) and FFs (1) Played in 6 games, starting 1 with Jacksonville Posted 12 tackles (7 solo) and 1 sack (-6.0 yards) Played in 11 contests with 9 starts as a rookie in Jacksonville Registered 20 tackles (17 solo). COLLEGE: Appeared in 43 games (40 starts) at Murray State ( ), recording 211 tackles, 42 QB pressures, 7 FFs, 3 FRs, 5 PBUs, 1 INT, 4 blocked kicks and set school records with 29.0 sacks and 55 TFLs... Started all 11 games as a senior team captain in 2009, finishing with a career-high 65 tackles, 11.0 sacks, 20.5 TFLs and 19 QB pressures... Played in 12 games (10 starts) as a junior in 2008, posting 12.0 sacks, 22.0 TFLs, 11 QB pressures, 3 FRs, 3 FFs and 1 blocked kick... Made 10 starts as a sophomore in 2007, producing 49 tackles, 6 QB pressures, 1 PBUs and 1 blocked kick... Appeared in 10 games (9 starts) as a true freshman in 2006, posting 34 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 2 blocked extra point attempts and added 6 STTs... Majored in journalism at Murray State. PERSONAL: Prepped at Iola-Scandinavia High School in Iola, WI, where he totaled 14.5 sacks, 134 tackles, 4 FFs and blocked 5 kicks as a senior Added 31 receptions for 717 yards (23.1 avg.) and 13 TDs as a tight end Earned all-conference and all-region honors as both a defensive end and tight end Also lettered for two seasons in basketball. AUSTEN LANE S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2010 Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville Detroit NFL totals SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... CAR (9/25/11)...None Solos... OAK (10/21/12)...None 100 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

59 75 KYLE LONG Ht: 6-6 Wt: 313 Age: 25 College: Oregon Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 2 Acquired: 1st round of the 2013 draft GUARD PRO CAREER: Was named to the Pro Bowl and the PFWA s All-Rookie team after starting all 16 games in his inaugural NFL campaign First Bears offensive lineman to reach the Pro Bowl since 2006 (R.Brown/O.Kreutz), the first Bears rookie to make the Pro Bowl squad since 2009 (J.Knox) and the first Bears rookie to make the Pro Bowl as a non-specialist since 2000 (B.Urlacher)... Was part of an offensive unit that set franchise records in total net yards and first downs gained in 2013 The 445 points scored by the Bears in 2013 was second only to the 85 Bears Was part of an offensive line that allowed its lowest sack total (30) since 2008 and its lowest sack percentage (4.9) since 1982 Helped pave the way for Matt Forte s 1,339 rushing yards which was good enough for second in the NFL. LONG, K. HONORS AND AWARDS: Pro Bowl; All-Rookie (PFWA, Gil Brandt & Mel Kiper). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Chicago Bears in the 1st round of the 2013 NFL Draft... Signed 4-year contract with a 5th year option with the Bears (5/18/13)... SIGNED through SEASON: Earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl after anchoring the right side of the line with fellow rookie Jordan Mills... Was named to multiple All-Rookie teams (PFWA, Gil Brandt & Mel Kiper)... Started all 16 games to help the Bears offense set numerous franchise marks including total net yards and first downs gained... Helped the offensive line achieve its lowest sack total since 2008 with 30 sacks allowed... Paved the way for the league s second leading rusher, Matt Forte, with 1,339 rushing yards. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: COLLEGE: Played in 11 games at Oregon, starting his final 5 contests at left guard in 2012 He was a left offensive tackle for 11 games in 2011 and a reserve defensive end for 11 other contests in 2010 at Saddleback College... Appeared in 11 games in his lone season with the Oregon Ducks, starting his final 5 contests as a left offensive guard In 5 games as a starter, he recorded 6 TD-resulting blocks and 36 knockdowns to help the team average of yards per game Was charged with just 1 sack in his 5 games as a starter at Oregon Ducks gained at least 570 yards in 3 of his 4 regular season starts... Switched to the offensive line his junior season, taking over left tackle duties at Saddleback (Mission Viejo, Cal.) Community College Gauchos Helped the team average yards in total offense per game Started 7 games and also recorded a solo tackle and attempted 1 pass... In his first season at Saddleback College, appearing in 11 games as a defensive end Recorded 16 tackles (6 solos) with a 4-yard sack, 2 TFLs of 7 yards and 3 quarterback pressures Also caused a fumble and deflected 2 passes... Redshirted as a freshman at Florida State after accepting a baseball scholarship from the university. PERSONAL: Attended St. Anne s-belfield (Ivy, Va.) High School, playing football for head coach John Blake... Competed as a twoway lineman in football and as a left-handed pitcher and first baseman for the baseball team Earned All-state honors in both sports as a sophomore, junior and senior His best season on the gridiron came during his junior campaign, as he recorded 45 tackles and was named to the Division II All-State team as both a defensive and offensive lineman In his last two seasons, he led the football team to back-to-back state championships After his senior year, he participated in the U.S. Army All-American Game In baseball, he was selected in the 23rd round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft by the Chicago White Sox, but decided to accept a baseball scholarship to Florida State instead... Brother, Chris, plays defensive end for the St. Louis Rams and father, Howie, was an all-pro defensive end for the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders and is a member of the NFL Hall of Fame. KYLE LONG S NFL STATISTICS GAMES PLAYED-STARTED : 2013 CHI (16-16) CHICAGOBEARS.COM 101

60 15 BRANDON MARSHALL Ht: 6-4 Wt: 230 Age: 30 College: Central Florida Bears Season: 3 NFL Season: 9 Acquired: Trade with MIA in 2012 WIDE RECEIVER MARSHALL PRO CAREER: A five-time Pro Bowler (2008, 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2013) and 2013 PFWA All-NFC team member who has hauled in 712 receptions for yards (12.7 ypc) with 57 touchdowns in eight seasons with the Denver Broncos ( ), Miami Dolphins ( ) and Chicago Bears ( ) In his first year in Chicago (2012), set franchise single-season records in receptions (118) and receiving yards (1,508)... In two season has recorded 23 touchdown receptions for Chicago which ranks tied for tenth in franchise history... His 712 career receptions are third in the NFL since 2006 and his 9,050 receiving yards are fifth Only player in the NFL to have over 1,000 yards receiving in each of the last seven years ( ) Five seasons with 100-plus receptions ( and ) ranks tied for first in NFL history with Andre Johnson and Wes Welker First player in NFL history with 100-reception season with two different teams (Denver and Chicago) One of five players in NFL history with 1,000-receiving yard season with three different teams (Irving Fryar, Tony Martin, Randy Moss and Terrell Owens) 1,325 receiving yards in 2007 rank fifth in Broncos single-season history and 1,265 in 2008 are seventh Holds three of Broncos top-five marks for single-season receptions with 104 in 2008 (second), 102 in 2007 (third) and 101 in 2009 (tied for fourth) 1,214 receiving yards in 2011 rank fifth in Dolphins single-season annals Owns two of Dolphins top-five single-season receptions marks with 86 in 2010 (tied for second) and 81 in 2009 (fifth) Set an NFL single-game record with 21 receptions at IND (12/13/09) Set an NFL record for catches (55) in a five-game period (12/9/07-9/14/08) 32 games of 100 or more receiving yards (10 in Denver, 9 in Miami and 13 in Chicago) Has had at least one reception in his last 115 consecutive games Set Pro Bowl record with four touchdowns catches to go along with 176 receiving yards on six receptions, en route to being named Pro Bowl MVP following 2011 season. HONORS AND AWARDS: Pro Bowl; All-NFC (PFWA) Pro Bowl; All-Pro (AP & PFW/PFWA) Pro Bowl (MVP) Pro Bowl; Second-Team All-Pro (Sporting News); AFC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 14) Pro Bowl; AFC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 2). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as a fourth-round selection (119th overall) by Denver in the 2006 NFL Draft Resigned by Broncos to 1-year deal (4/13/10) Traded by Broncos to Dolphins (4/14/10) Signed 4-year extension with Dolphins (4/14/10) Traded by Dolphins to Bears (3/13/12)... Signed 3-year extension with Chicago (5/19/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Named to his third consecutive Pro Bowl after accumulating a career-high 12 touchdowns with Chicago to go along with 100 receptions and 1,295 receiving yards Placed first in the league with 70 catches for first downs touchdown catches in a single season are tied for 3rd in franchise annals 100 catches trail only his 118 receptions (2012) in Bears history Along with teammates Matt Forte and Alshon Jeffery, became the 7th trio in NFL history to each have over 1,200 yards in a single season He and Alshon Jeffery became the 2nd pair of Bears receivers to record 1,000 yards in the same season The 2,716 receiving yards recorded by the two finished tied for second by an NFL duo in 2013 and rank first in franchise history Six 100-yard receiving games ranks tied for fourth in the Bears record books. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: Set Bears single-season records for receiving yards (1,508) and receptions (118), while being named to fourth career Pro Bowl and first-team All-Pro by Associated Press and Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers Association Receiving yards and receptions were both career-highs Added a then career-high 11 touchdown receptions, which rank tied for seventh most in Bears single-season history Had seven 100-yard receiving games, tied for most in Bears single-season annals with Harlon Hill (1954) and Jeff Graham (1995) Third in the NFL in receiving yards, tied for second in the league in receptions and tied for fourth in TD catches First player in franchise history with CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

61 plus receiving yards in back-to-back contests (165 in Week 13 vs. SEA and 160 in Week 14 at MIN) Led Dolphins with 81 receptions for 1,214 receiving yards (10.0 ypc) with six touchdowns while starting all 16 contests 81 receptions ranked tied for 10th in NFL and tied for third in AFC 1,214 receiving yards ranked 10th in the NFL and third in the AFC Led the team in receptions ten times and in reception yardage 12 times Posted five 100-yard receiving games Added a 13-yard run Finished first on the Dolphins in receptions (86) and in receiving yardage (1,014 yards) with three touchdowns Ranked tied for second in the AFC and tied for sixth in the NFL in receptions and was seventh in the AFC in reception yardage Posted four 100-yard receiving games Led the Dolphins in receptions nine times and in receiving yardage eight times Started 14 games and was inactive twice vs. CLE (12/5) and at OAK (11/28) due to a hamstring injury Tied for third in the NFL with 101 receptions, ranked 14th with 1,120 receiving yards and tied for seventh with 10 touchdown catches Posted three 100-yard receiving games Added 39 rushing yards on seven carries Appeared in 15 games with 13 starts; Inactive vs. KC (1/3) Started all 15 games for Denver in which he appeared, finishing third in the NFL in receptions (104) and seventh in receiving yards (1,265) along with six touchdown catches Posted three 100- yard receiving games Suspended by the NFL for the season opener at OAK (9/8) Started all 16 games and finished fifth in the NFL in receptions (102 receptions) and sixth in receiving yards (1,325) with seven touchdown catches receptions marked the third most by a second-year player in NFL history Posted four 100-yard receiving games Added career-high 57 rushing yards on five carries Saw action in 15 games including one start, totaling 20 catches for 309 yards (15.5 avg) with two touchdowns Rushed twice for 12 yards and contributed six special-teams stops Inactive for the season opener at STL with knee injury. MARSHALL COLLEGE: Started 21 career games at wide receiver for the University of Central Florida ( ) and added seven starts at safety for the school during his junior year Played 44 career games at UCF, posting 112 receptions for 1,674 yards (14.9 avg.) with 13 touchdowns Recorded 52 tackles (31 solo), one interception, 0.5 sacks, two pass breakups and one forced fumble defensively as a member of the Golden Knights defense Led UCF with career highs in receptions (74), receiving yards (1,195, which ranks second in school history) and receiving touchdowns (11) in 13 games (12 starts) as a senior to earn second-team all-conference USA honors. PERSONAL: Prepped at Lake Howell High School (Winter Park, FL) where he was an all-state selection and named Seminole County utility player-of-the-year Accounted for 1,506 yards of total offense as a senior, gaining 1,056 yards through the air and 450 on the ground Threw 11 touchdowns and also scored four defensively (two interception returns and two fumble returns) Named MVP of the all-central Florida game Lettered in basketball and track three times Won the Class 3A state triple-jump championship with a jump of 48-feet, six-and-three-quarter inches as a senior Had another 48-foot jump to win the triple jump at the Golden South track and field event Started the Brandon Marshall Foundation to educate and advocate for borderline personality disorder (projectborderline.com) Hosts youth football camps geared to help kids develop individual and team football skills along with life skills Majored in liberal studies at Central Florida Married to wife, Michi. BRANDON MARSHALL S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Rush Yds Avg Lg TD STT 2006 Denver t Denver , t Denver , Denver , t Miami , Miami , t Chicago , Chicago , Bears totals , NFL Totals , t ADDITIONAL STATS: Passing: Career (0 for 1, 2 sacks for 9 yards). SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Receptions...10, at STL (11/24)...21, at IND (12/13/09)...None Receiving Yards...139, vs. DET (11/10)...200, at IND (12/13/09)...None Longest Reception...44, vs. DET (11/10)...75t, at WAS (11/15/09)...None Receiving TDs...2, twice...3, at TEN (11/4/12)...None CHICAGOBEARS.COM 103

62 BRANDON MARSHALL S GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATS Regular Season Starting Record (0-0 Postseason) MARSHALL 2006 DENVER BRONCOS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/17 W KC /24 W at NE /9 W BAL /15 W OAK /22 W at CLE /29 L IND /5 W at PIT /12 W at OAK /19 L SD /23 L at KC /3 L SEA t 1 12/10 L at SD /17 W at ARZ /24* W CIN /31 L SF Totals t DENVER BRONCOS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/9* W at BUF /16* W OAK /23* L JAX /30* L at IND /7* L SD /21* W PIT /29* L GB /4* L at DET /11* W at KC /19* W TEN t 1 11/25* L at CHI t 1 12/2* L at OAK /9* W KC /13* L at HOU /24* L at SD /30* W MIN Totals , t DENVER BRONCOS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/14* W SD /21* W NO t 1 9/28* L at KC /5* W TB /12* L JAX /20* L at NE /2* L MIA /6* W at CLE /16* W at ATL /23* L OAK /30* W at NYJ /7* W KC /14* L at CAR /21* L BUF /28* L at SD Totals , DENVER BRONCOS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/13 W at CIN /20* W CLE /27 W at OAK /4* W DAL t 1 10/11* W NE /19* W at SD /1* L at BAL /9* L PIT /15* L at WAS t 2 11/22* L SD /26* W NYG /6* W at KC /13* L at IND /20* L OAK /27* L at PHI Totals , t MIAMI DOLPHINS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/12* W at BUF /19* W at MIN /26* L NYJ /4* L NE /17* W at GB /24* L PIT /31* W at CIN /7* L at BAL /14* W TEN /18* L CHI /12* W at NYJ /19* L BUF /26* L DET /2* L at NE Totals , MIAMI DOLPHINS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/12* L NE /18* L HOU /25* L at CLE /2* L at SD /17* L at NYJ /23* L DEN /30* L at NYG /6* W at KC /13* W WAS /20* W BUF /24* L at DAL /4* W OAK /11* L PHI t 1 12/18* W at BUF t 1 12/24* L at NE /1* W NYJ Totals , t CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/9* W IND /13* L at GB /23* W STL /1* W at DAL t 1 10/7* W at JAX t 1 10/22* W DET /28* W CAR /4* W at TEN t 3 11/11* L HOU /19* L at SF t 1 11/25* W MIN /2* L SEA /9* L at MIN /16* L GB t 1 12/23* W at ARZ /30* W at DET Totals , CHICAGO BEARS Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg Long TD 9/8* W CIN /15* W MIN t 1 9/22* W at PIT /29* L at DET /6* L NO /10* W NYG /20* L at WAS /4* W at GB t 1 11/10* L DET /17* W BAL /24* L at STL /1* L at MIN /9* W DAL /15* W at CLE /22* L at PHI /29* L GB Totals , *Denotes Game Started 104 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

63 50 SHEA McCLELLIN Ht: 6-3 Wt: 245 Age: 24 College: Boise State Bears Season: 3 NFL Season: 3 Acquired: 1st round of the 2012 draft LINEBACKER PRO CAREER: Is scheduled to move to linebacker after appearing in 28 games with 10 starts at defensive end through two seasons with Chicago, accumulating 36 tackles (13 solo), 6.5 sacks, 1 fumble recovery and 5 tackles for a loss Earned his first Defensive Player of the Week award for his efforts at GB (11/4) where he set career highs in tackles (5), sacks (3) and tackles for a loss (2)... Has recorded 4.5 sacks against Green Bay since entering the league in 2012, only Julius Peppers has recorded more sacks (5.5) against the Packers in that time frame. McCLELLIN HONORS AND AWARDS: NFC Defensive Player of the Week at GB (11/4). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as a first-round pick (19th overall) by Chicago in the 2012 NFL Draft... Signed by Bears to 4-year contract with 5th-year option (5/11/12). SIGNED through SEASON: Started 10-of-14 games played in his sophomore outing totaling career-highs in tackles (29), sacks (4), fumble recoveries (1) and tackles for a loss (3) Recorded 3 sacks and 2 tackles for a loss en route to his first NFC Defensive Player of the Week award at GB (11/4)... Missed games vs. DET (11/10) and vs. BAL (11/17) with an injured hamstring. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: Recorded 2.5 sacks, 2 TFLs and 7 tackles during 14 contests in rookie season with Chicago... Registered first career sack during 1.5 sack performance in Week 2 at GB (9/13)... Missed Week 11 at SF (11/19) due to concussion sustained during opening minutes of Week 10 contest vs. HOU (11/11)... Missed Week 15 contest vs. GB due to knee injury. COLLEGE: Started 37-of-49 games played at Boise State ( ) Totaled 130 tackles (64 solo), 20.5 sacks, 33.0 TFLs and 4 INTs with 2 defensive touchdowns... 2nd team All-American and 1st-team all-mountain West as a senior... Named Boise State s RECEIVER defensive most-valuable-player in senior year and team s outstanding defensive lineman as a junior... 1st-team all-western Athletic Conference as a junior. PERSONAL: Idaho Statesman first-team all-state at RB and LB for Marsing (ID) High School Named the Western Idaho Conference offensive player-of-the-year and defensive player-of-the-year For the Huskies basketball team, the small forward averaged 16.7 points and 11.6 rebounds per game in On the baseball diamond, hit.453 with 21 runs batted in and 10 stolen bases as a junior. CHICAGOBEARS.COM 105

64 SHEA McCLELLIN S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2012 Chicago Chicago NFL totals SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... GB (11/4)...Same...None Solos... 3, vs. NO (10/6)...Same...None Sacks... GB (11/4)...Same...None Tackles For Loss... GB (11/4)...2, twice...none McCLELLIN SHEA McCLELLIN S GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS 4-6 Regular Season Starting Record 2012 CHICAGO BEARS 9/9 W IND /13 L at GB /23 W STL /1 W at DAL /7 W at JAX /22 W DET /28 W CAR /4 W at TEN /11 L HOU /19 L at SF INACTIVE 11/25 W MIN /2 L SEA /9 L at MIN /16 L GB INACTIVE 12/23 W at ARZ /30 W at DET Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/8 W CIN /15* W MIN /22 W at PIT /29 L at DET /6* L NO /10* W NYG /20* L at WAS /4* W at GB /10 L DET INACTIVE 11/17 W BAL INACTIVE 11/24* L at STL /1* L at MIN /9 W DAL /15* W at CLE /22* L at PHI /29* L GB Totals *Denotes Game Started 1,000-YARD RECEIVERS In 2013, Alshon Jeffery and Brandon Marshall became the second set of wide receivers to each have 1,000 receiving yards in a single season. Jeffery s 1,421 receiving yards in 2013 were second in single-season franchise history to Marshall s club-record 1,508 in Marshall s 1,295 receiving yards in 2013 are fifth. The franchise now has 14 1,000-yard receiving seasons in team history. CHICAGO BEARS 1,000-YARD RECEIVING SEASONS Receiving Player Season Yards 1. Brandon Marshall , Alshon Jeffery , Marcus Robinson , Jeff Graham , Brandon Marshall ,295 Receiving Player Season Yards 6. Johnny Morris , Marty Booker , Harlon Hill , Harlon Hill , Mike Ditka ,076 Receiving Player Season Yards 11. Marty Booker , Curtis Conway , Curtis Conway , Dick Gordon ,026 Number of 1,000-yard receiving seasons: Marty Booker-2, (2001 & 02); Curtis Conway-2, (1995 & 96); Harlon Hill-2, (1954 & 56); Brandon Marshall-2, (2012 & 13); Mike Ditka-1, (1961); Dick Gordon-1, (1970); Jeff Graham-1, (1995); Alshon Jeffery-1, (2013); Johnny Morris-1, (1964); Marcus Robinson-1, (1999). 106 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

65 29 DANNY McCRAY Ht: 6-1 Wt: 221 Age: 26 College: LSU Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 5 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (DAL) SAFETY PRO CAREER: Joins the Chicago Bears after spending the previous four seasons with the Dallas Cowboys ( ), accumulating 96 tackles (57 solo), 1 sack, 2 INTs, 3 PBUs, 2 TFLs and 1 FF in 60 games with 10 starts Owns 74 STTs and finished in the top two in that category for the Cowboys three times (10-12) Ranks 3rd in Cowboys single-season annals with 28 STTs in 2010 Was 1-of-4 undrafted rookies to make the Cowboys roster in McCRAY CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Dallas Cowboys (4/25/10) Re-signed with Dallas (4/19/13) Signed a one-year contract with the Chicago Bears (3/12/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Saw action in 15 games in his final season as a Cowboy, tallying 9 STTs with Dallas... Appeared mostly on special teams but saw brief defensive action in 3 contests as well. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 15-0 PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012 Started a career high 10 games for Dallas, finishing second on the team with a career-high 87 tackles Also set a personal best with 5 PBU Added 1 TFL, 1 INT and placed second on the squad with 18 STTs In 14 contests with Dallas, tallied 1 PBU, 1 FF and 5 tackles, including 1 TFL and 1 sack Added a team-high 19 tackles on special teams Compiled 28 STTs which ranks 3rd in Cowboys history since 1988 On defense, accounted for 4 tackles, 1 PBU and 1 INT Played in all 16 games Was 1-of-4 undrafted rookies to make the Cowboys roster in COLLEGE: Played in 52 games with 13 starts at LSU and recorded 196 tackles, including 7 TFLs and 3 sacks Added 3 INTs, 3 FFs and 4 FRs Played linebacker and safety during his career Had 2 starts at strong safety in 13 games as a senior, recording 49 tackles and 2 FRs Finished fourth on the team as a junior with 53 tackles playing in 12 games with 8 starts Added 2 TFLs and 5 PBUs Earned 3 starts in 14 games as a sophomore to post a career-best 64 tackles, 4.0 sacks and 3 TFLs... Added 2 INTs and a FR Played in all 13 games as a true freshman to record 30 tackles, 3 FFs and 1 INT. PERSONAL: Member of the Westfield High School (Houston, Texas) Class 5A state championship team in 2004 Earned first-team all-district honors in 2005 Ranked 22nd in the nation by Rivals.com in a listing of safeties Recorded 96 tackles and 2 INTs as a junior in high school Maintained a 4.0 GPA in high school. DANNY McCRAY S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2010 Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas NFL totals SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles...None... 11, twice...none Solos...None... ATL (11/4/12)...None Pass Defenses...None... 1, seven times...none Interceptions...None... 1, twice...none CHICAGOBEARS.COM 107

66 27 SHERRICK McMANIS Ht: 6-1 Wt: 193 Age: 26 College: Northwestern Bears Season: 3 NFL Season: 5 Acquired: Trade with HOU in 2012 CORNERBACK McMANIS PRO CAREER: Has appeared in 50 games over four seasons with Houston ( ) and Chicago ( ), tallying 41 special teams tackles and 11 kickoff returns for 230 yards (20.9 ypr)... Has 1 FF and 1 FR on special teams... Owns 2 tackles (1 solo), 1 INT, and 2 PBUs on defense His 25 special teams tackles rank 3rd on the Bears squad since Has 1 blocked punt on special teams. HONOR AND AWARDS: NFC Special Teams Player of the Week (11/15/12). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Houston Texans in the fifth round (144th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft (5/28/10)... Traded to the Chicago Bears (8/31/12) Signed a one-year contract with the Bears (3/19/14). SIGNED THROUGH SEASON: Played in 15 games with 1 start, the first of his career Finished second on the team with 15 STTs Pickedup 1 tackle and 1 PBU on defense. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 15-1 PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012 Finished tied for third on the team with 10 STTs in 12 games played Helped the Bears set a franchise record in punt coverage allowing 3.4 ypr... Recovered 1 fumble... Named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week after blocking a punt week 9 at TEN (11/4/12), which was returned for a Bears touchdown... Placed on IR with a knee injury 12/ Recorded 5 STTs in 9 games played Returned 10 kickoffs for 205 yards (20.5 avg) Saw action in 14 games Made 11 STTs, 2 defensive tackles (1 solo) and intercepted 1 pass. COLLEGE: Sixth on Northwestern s career interceptions list with 9 and third on NU s career pass breakups list with first-team all-big Ten selection by media and second-team all-league choice by coaches Team s 2009 defensive most valuable player Ranked first in Big Ten and eighth nationally in INTs Earned a postseason all-star invite to the 2010 East-West Shrine Game Named to the Sporting News 2006 Freshman all-big Ten team and was the team s special teams newcomer-of-the-year recipient. PERSONAL: Attended Richwoods High School (Peoria, IL) where he earned team MVP and all-state honors (played eight different positions his senior year) Earned all-state honors from the Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette and Illinois Football Coaches Association First-team Peoria Journal Star all-area and all-conference selection in 2005 Won the Illinois state long jump his junior year. SHERRICK McMANIS NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2010 Houston Houston Chicago Chicago Bears totals NFL totals ADDITIONAL STATS: Blocked Punts - 1: 1 at TEN (1/4/12) 108 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

67 86 ZACH MILLER Ht: 6-5 Wt: 236 Age: 29 College: Nebraska-Omaha Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 5 Acquired: Waived free agent in 2014 (TB) TIGHT END PRO CAREER: Played in 33 career games with five starts, recording 45 receptions for 470 yards (10.4 avg) and 4 TDs for Jacksonville ( )... Has also contributed 23 career special teams tackles Made his first career start against Houston (11/14/10), catching four passes for 79 yards and 1 touchdown... Also spent 2013 offseason with Tampa Bay before being waived prior to the start of the regular season. MILLER CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the sixth round (180th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft Signed with the Jaguars (6/29/09) Waived by Jacksonville (10/16/12) Signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1/12/13) Waived by the Bucs (8/27/13) Signed with the Chicago Bears (12/30/13). SIGNED through SEASON: Spent offseason with Tampa Bay but was waived prior to the start of the regular season. GAMES PLAYED- STARTED: 0-0 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Placed on injured reserve on September 1, 2012 by the Jaguars Was hampered by injuries and played in only 4 games in his final season in a Jags uniform Was placed on injured reserve on Oct. 18 Made four receptions for 42 yards with 1 TD Added 2 special teams tackles Played in first 15 games before sitting out season finale with concussion for Jacksonville Made first five starts of career, all in second half of season in two-te set Finished sixth on team with 20 receptions for 216 yards, 1 TD which was 52-yarder, and made 12 tackles on special teams Caught passes in eight games including multiple receptions in seven Played in final 14 games as a rookie in Jacksonville, finishing with 21 receptions for 212 yards and 2 TDs Added 9 special teams tackles. COLLEGE: Four-year letterman as QB Began career at Nebraska as walk-on before transferring to Nebraska-Omaha Served as team captain for final three seasons Played TE for the first time at the 2009 Valero Cactus Bowl in Kingsville, Texas, a Division II all-star game held each January Finished with 5 receptions for 116 yards and one TD in that game Had at least 10 TDs in each of his final three seasons Career passing totals included 305 of 501 for 4,096 yards with 26 TDs Finished with 3,122 career rushing yards with school-record 50 TDs. PERSONAL: Married (Kristen) with daughter, Izabella, and son Kashton Xavier Attended Bishop Neumann (Neb.) High Was a three-sport standout, competing in basketball, baseball and football Set school record as a senior with 1,200 passing yards and 980 rushing yards Earned first-team all-state honors as a senior. ZACH MILLER S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD STT 2009 Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville INJURED RESERVE NFL totals ADDITIONAL STATS: Rushing - 3 for 12: 2009 (1 for 3); 2010 (2 for 9). Kickoff Returns - 3 for 41: 2009 (2 for 19); 2010 (1 for 22). CHICAGOBEARS.COM 109

68 67 JORDAN MILLS Ht: 6-5 Wt: 316 Age: 23 College: Louisiana Tech Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 2 Acquired: 5th round of the 2013 draft TACKLE MILLS PRO CAREER: In his first season as a pro, started all 16 games at RT Was one of two rookies (Kyle Long) to start along the offensive line for the Bears on opening day since 1983 when Jim Covert started at LT and Rob Fada started at LG Helped the offensive line achieve its lowest sack total since 2008 (30) and its lowest sack percentage (4.9) since the 1982 season Was part of an offensive unit that set franchise records in total net yards and first downs gained in 2013 The 445 points scored by the Bears in 2013 was second only to the 85 Bears Helped pave the way for Matt Forte s 1,339 rushing yards which was good enough for second in the NFL. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Chicago Bears in the 5th round of the 2013 NFL Draft... Signed 4-year contract with the Bears (5/1/13)... SIGNED through SEASON: Started all 16 games at RT to help the Bears offensive unit set a series of franchise marks including total net yards and first downs gained... Accounted for 2.5 of the 30 sacks allowed by the offensive line, which is the lowest sack total allowed by a Bears front since 2008 Also helped the Bears enjoy its lowest sack percentage since 1982 with Paved the way for the league s second leading rusher, Matt Forte, with 1,339 rushing yards. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: COLLEGE: Mills appeared in 37 games at Louisiana Tech ( ), starting 34 contests 29 at right offensive tackle and 5 at left guard In two full seasons starting at right tackle ( ), combined for 199 knockdowns and 32 touchdown-resulting blocks Also recorded 3 tackles (2 solos) during his Bulldogs career... As a senior, received All-American third-team and WAC Offensive Lineman of the Year honors from The NFL Draft Report Was named All-Western Athletic Conference first-team by the league s coaches Started all 12 games at right offensive tackle, as he led a front wall that allowed the fewest sacks in the conference and seventh-lowest in the major college ranks touchdown-resulting blocks were the most since Willie Roaf recorded 24 in 1991 Paved the way for a rushing attack that led the WAC with an average of ypg, Aided an offensive unit that led the nation in both total yardage (6,935; ppg) and scoring (618; ppg) and ranked third in passing (4,209 yards; ypg)... Named All-Western Athletic Conference first-team by The NFL Draft Report in his junior campaign Lined up with the first unit at right tackle for all 13 games, for an offense that averaged ypg The ground attack ran for 1,291 of its 1,901 yards over the right side of the line Allowed 1 sack all season... Planned to redshirt as a sophomore but a season-ending knee injury to a teammate forced Tech to pull the redshirt... Played in 5 games, started in 4 at right tackle... True freshman that saw action in 7 games, starting at left guard in the last 5. PERSONAL: Lettered four years for coach Shawn Preston at Assumption High School in Louisiana... Two-time all-district selection for District 8-5A... Named honorable mention all-state as a senior... Named all-region and all-tri-parish by the Thibodaux Daily Comet... Ranked as a three-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com... Ranked as the 24th best player in the state of Louisiana and the 53rd best offensive tackle in the country by Rivals.com... Ranked as the 84th best offensive tackle in the country by Scout.com... Also lettered in basketball for three years and threw the shot put on the track team for three years... Helped lead the track team to regionals as a junior... His cousin Tramon Williams played football at Louisiana Tech and now plays for the Green Bay Packers. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED : 2013 CHI (16-16) JORDAN MILLS NFL STATISTICS 110 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

69 19 JOSH MORGAN Ht: 6-1 Wt: 220 Age: 29 College: Virginia Tech Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 7 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (WAS) WIDE RECEIVER PRO CAREER: Enters his first season as a Bear having appeared in 79 games with 54 starts over six seasons with San Francisco ( ) and Washington ( )... Amassed 199 receptions for 2,488 yards (12.5 avg) and 11 receiving touchdowns, as well as 12 rushes for 116 yards (9.7 avg)... Also has returned 27 kicks for 625 yards (253.1 avg) and 8 punts for 59 yards (7.4 avg) Caught 1 postseason reception for 0 yards in his lone playoff appearence. MORGAN HONORS AND AWARDS: Redskins Walter Payton Man of the Year. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as a 6th round pick (174th overall) by the San Francisco 49ers Signed with San Francisco (6/19/08) Signed with the Washington Redskins (3/13/12) Signed with the Chicago Bears (4/21/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Started 7-of-14 games for Washington, catching 20 passes for 214 yards (10.7 avg) through the air, and 13 yards on 2 carries (6.5 avg) on the ground Added 12 kick returns for 239 yards (19.9 avg) and a career-high 8 punt returns for 59 yards (7.4 avg) on special teams. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 14-7 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Played in 16 games with 15 starts in his first season in Washington, leading the Redskins with 48 catches on the season... Amassed 510 receiving yards (10.6 avg.) and had 2 receiving TDs and a FR for a TD... Played in his first postseason game of his career, netting 1 reception for 0 yards... Named the team s Walter Payton Man of the Year Played in 5 games with 5 starts before being placed on Injured Reserve... Caught 15 passes for 220 yards and 1 TD In 16 games (11 starts) with the 49ers, notched 44 receptions for a career-high 698 yards (15.9 ypc) and 2 TDs Added 2 rushes for 17 yards (8.5 ypr) On special teams, returned 2 kicks for 19 yards (9.5 avg) Competed in 16 games with 15 starts in his second season with San Francisco Recorded 527 receiving yards on career-high 52 receptions and tied his career high in TDs (3)... Established a career long with a 61-yard reception from QB Shaun Hill in the first quarter vs.atl (10/11) Also established career-highs in rushes (5) and rushing yards (61) (12.2 ypc) Started 1-of-12 contests in his inaugeral NFL campaign with the 49ers... Tallied 20 receptions for 319 yards (16.0 avg) and 3 TDs All 3 of his receiving TDs came from over 30 yards. COLLEGE: Played in 51 games (24 starts) for the Hokies, notching 122 receptions for 1,817 yards and 16 TDs Also added 26 kickoff returns for 450 yards and 6 carries for 20 yds Finished career ranked second in school history with 122 receptions (WR Ernest Wilford - 126) and fourth with 1,817 receiving yards and 16 TDs... In 2007, played in 14 games (11 starts) and led the Hokies with a career-high 46 receptions for 552 yards and five TDs, while adding 16 kickoff returns for 276 yards As a junior, played in 12 games (11 starts), registering 33 receptions for 448 yards and 4 TDs... In 2005, played in 13 games, recording 28 receptions for 471 yards and four TDs... As a freshman, played in 12 games, hauling in 15 receptions for 346 yards and three TDs. CHICAGOBEARS.COM 111

70 PERSONAL: Attended Howard D. Woodson HS in Washington, D.C., and earned All-DCIAA honors as a senior... Spent the 2003 fall semester at Fork Union Military Academy, catching 33 passes for 845 yds. with 8 TDs... Also excelled in basketball, earning MVP honors in two tournaments... Born Joshua Lewis Morgan in Washington, D.C. on June 20, Dedicated a lot of his time as a youth to writing poems. Eventually wants to write books, including a book of poetry and his autobiography... Credits his godparents, Patrick Gaither, who was his AAU basketball coach, and Sonja Strickland-Gaither, as having the biggest influence on him growing up Has a tattoo on his bicep of a breast cancer ribbon with angels wings On the ribbon it has Sonja s name and the date of her diagnosis. JOSH MORGAN S NFL STATISTICS MORGAN REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Rush Yds Avg Lg TD STT 2008 San Francisco t San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco t Washington Washington NFL totals , ADDITIONAL STATS: FR Touchdowns: 1, vs. NYG (12/3/12) POSTSEASON Year Team GP-GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Rush Yds Avg Lg TD STT 2012 Washington 1-1 q SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Receptions...4, twice...7, twice... 1, vs SEA (1/6/13) Receiving Yards...51, vs. PHI SD (12/16/10)... 0, vs. SEA (1/6/13) Longest Reception...21, at GB (9/15)...65, vs. STL (11/14/10)... 0, vs. SEA (1/6/13) Receiving TDs...None...1, eleven times... None AND THE AWARD GOES TO... The Bears earned three NFC Player of the Week honors in 2013, one each on offense, defense and special teams BEARS AWARD WINNERS NFC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Josh McCown - Week 14 vs. DAL: Totaled five touchdowns (four passing and one rushing). Completed 27 of 36 passes for 348 yards, four TDs and no interceptions for a career-high passer rating. Added 16 rush yards and a score. NFC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Shea McClellin - Week 9 at GB: McClellin recorded three sacks among five tackles. Became the first player in Bears history to record three or more sacks at Lambeau Field. NFC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK Devin Hester - Week 2 vs. MIN: Recorded a franchise single-game record 249 yards on five kickoff returns in the Bears victory, including returns of 80, 76, 42 and 31 yards. 112 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

71 85 MATTHEW MULLIGAN Ht: 6-4 Wt: 267 Age: 29 College: Maine Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 6 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (NE) TIGHT END PRO CAREER: In 65 games with the Jets ( ), Rams (2012) and Patriots (2013), recorded 24 starts with 16 catches for 160 yards (10.0 avg) and 2 TDs Also owns 2 kick returns for 28 yards... Competed in postseason play 6 times with 1 start - owns 1 catch for 6 yards. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Miami Dolphins as an undrafted free agent (5/2/08) Waived by the Dolphins (9/2/08) Signed to Miami s practice squad (9/3/08) Waived by the Dolphins (11/5/08) Signed to the Tennessee Titans practice squad (11/19/08) Signed by the Titans (1/12/09) Waived by Tennessee (9/5/09) Acquired from waivers by the New York Jets (9/6/09) Waived by the Jets (9/22/09) Signed to New York s practice squad (9/24/09) Signed to the Jets active roster (12/2/09) Signed a two-year contract with the St. Louis Rams (3/26/12) Waived by the Rams (3/22/13) Signed a one-year contract with the Green Bay Packers (4/9/13) Waived by the Packers (8/31/13) Signed with the New England Patriots (9/3/13) Waived by the Patriots (9/5/13) Signed by New England (9/10/13) Signed a one-year contract with the Chicago Bears (4/8/14). SIGNED through 2014 MULLIGAN 2013 SEASON: Played in 15 games with 4 starts for the Patriots, finishing with 2 receptions for 16 yards and 1 TD Appeared in both playoff games, tallying 1 start and 1 reception for 6 yards Went to training camp with the Packers but was waived prior to the start of the regular season. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 15-4 PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012 Competed in all 16 games for the second consecutive season Started 9 games for the Rams, tallying career-highs in receptions (8) and receiving yards (84), as well as recording 1 receiving TD Started 9-of-16 games for the Jets, amassing 5 receptions for 58 yards (11.6 ypc) Added 1 kick return for 20 yards Played in 13 games with 1 start for the Jets... Tallied one kick return for 8 yards... Played in 1 postseason game Started 1-of-5 games for New York, notching 1 catch for 2 yards Also appeared in 3 playoff games... Went to training camp with the Titans but was waived before the start of the regular season Spent parts of the season on the practice squads of the Miami Dolphins and Tennessee Titans. COLLEGE: Was a two-year starter and letterman at Maine, finishing his career with 21 games played and 18 starts Caught 23 passes for 268 yards and 2 TDs Started all 11 games as a senior and caught 13 passes for 157 yards and 2 TDs. PERSONAL: Played four years of basketball, two years of soccer and one year of baseball, tennis and track and field at Penobscot Valley High School in Howland, Maine Did not play football in high school, as his school did not field a football team Was an honorable mention all-state selection in both basketball and soccer. MATTHEW MULLIGAN S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD STT 2009 NY Jets NY Jets NY Jets St. Louis New England NFL totals ADDITIONAL STATS: Kickoff Returns - 2 for 28: 2010 (1 for 8); 2011 (1 for 20). POSTSEASON STATS: Receiving , 1 for 6 yds. CHICAGOBEARS.COM 113

72 21 RYAN MUNDY Ht: 6-1 Wt: 209 Age: 29 College: West Virginia Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 6 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (NYG) SAFETY MUNDY PRO CAREER: The 6th year safety joins the Bears collecting 143 tackles - including 1 sack and 5 TFLs 2 INTs, 10 PBUs,3 FRs and 64 STTs after playing in 80 games with 14 starts for the Pittsburgh Steelers ( ) and the New York Giants (2013) According to press box stats, his 64 STTs ranks tied for 10th since entering the league in 2008 Coming off of career-highs in tackles (70), sacks (1) and TFLs (4). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 6th round (194th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft Signed with the Steelers (7/14/08) Waived by Pittsburgh (8/31/08) Signed to the Steelers practice squad (11/10/08) Signed with Pittsburgh (2/12/09) Re-signed with the Steelers (4/17/12) Signed with the New York Giants (3/14/13) Signed with the Chicago Bears (3/11/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Started 9-of-16 games, placing 4th on the Giants in tackles with a career-high 70 tackles Also set careerhighs in sacks (1) and TFLs (4), while collecting 2 PBUs, 1 FR, 1 INT and 7 STTs His 91-yard INT return was the 3rd longest in Giants history since GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 16-9 PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012 Played in 16 games with 3 starts for Pittsburgh, accounting for 25 tackles - including 1 TFL - 2 PBUs and 1 FR Collected 14 STTs, which placed second on the squad Appeared in 16 contests with the Steelers, racking up 24 tackles, his first career INT, 1 PBU and placed second on the team with 13 STTs Recorded a 33-yard reception on a fake punt vs. TEN (10/9/11) Started a pair of games in Pittsburgh while appearing in all 16 Credited with 18 tackles, 4 PBUs and 11 STTs Played in 16 contests for the Steelers after spending the majority of his rookie season on the Steelers practice squad Accounted for 6 tackles, 1 PBU, 1 FR, and a career and team-high 19 STTs Spent final 2 months of regular season on Pittsburgh s practice squad after being released prior to the start of the season. COLLEGE: Spent his first three years at the University of Michigan ( ) before transferring to West Virginia (2007) as a post-graduate transfer... Following his redshirt-junior year at Michigan (2006), used an NCAA rule to transfer to West Virginia that allowed seniors to transfer to another school and participate in athletics without sitting out a year due to their previous school not having a certain field in which they want to study... Started 18-of-35 career games for Michigan at safety and finished with 86 career tackles and 3 INTs... Earned a bachelor s degree in sport management from Michigan in May 2007 As a senior at WVU, started all 13 games at safety for the Mountaineers... Fourth-leading tackler on the team with 62 tackles, including 30 solo tackles... Tied for the team lead with 3 INTs for 75 yards... Also led the team in PBUs with 7... Named by the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame s Hampshire Honor Society as a scholar-athlete... Completed master s degree in sports administration... Used a medical redshirt season as a sophomore due to a shoulder injury... Played in the season opener against Northern Illinois but missed the remainder of the season. PERSONAL: Set Woodland Hills High career receiving record with 54 catches... USA Today prep All-America... Quad-A Player of the Year from Pittsburgh Tribune-Review... All-state and Post-Gazette Fabulous Pair of INTs in U.S. Army All-America game... Three-year track letterman... Is married to Jillian and they have one daughter, Ryan-Taylor Was 1 of 28 players to participate the 2014 NFL Business Management & Entrepreneurial Program at the University of Notre Dame s Mendoza College of Business The program covered topics such as financial literacy and analysis, investing for impact, and business plan development. 114 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

73 RYAN MUNDY S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2008 Pittsburgh PRACTICE SQUAD 2009 Pittsburgh n/a Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh n/a NY Giants n/a 4 7 NFL totals n/a 5 64 ADDITIONAL STATS: Receptions - 1: 33-yard reception vs. TEN (10/9/11). REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2010 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Postseason MUNDY RYAN MUNDY S GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS 4-10 Regular Season Starting Record (0-1 Postseason Record) 2009 PITTSBURGH STEELERS 9/10 W TEN /20 L at CHI /27 L at CIN /4 W SD /11 W at DET /18 W CLE /25 W MIN /9 W at DEN /15 L CIN /22 L at KC /29 L at BAL /6 L OAK /10 L at CLE /20 W GB /27 W BAL /3 W at MIA Totals PITTSBURGH STEELERS 9/12 W ATL /19 W at TEN /26 W at TB /3 L BAL /17 W CLE /24 W at MIA /31 L at NO /8 W at CIN /14 L NE /21 W OAK /28 W at BUF /5 W at BAL /12 W CIN /19* L NYJ /23* W CAR /2 W at CLE Totals POSTSEASON 1/15 W BAL /23 W NYJ /6 L at GB Totals PITTSBURGH STEELERS 9/11 L at BAL /18 W SEA /25 W at IND /2 L at HOU /9 W TEN /16 W JAX /23 W at ARZ /30 W NE /6 L BAL /13 W at CIN /27 W at KC /4 W CIN /8 W CLE /19 L at SF /24 W STL /1 W at CLE Totals POSTSEASON 1/8* L at DEN PITTSBURGH STEELERS 9/9* L at DEN n/a 9/16* W NYJ n/a 9/23* L at OAK n/a 10/7 W PHI n/a 10/11 L at TEN n/a 10/21 W at CIN n/a 10/28 W WAS n/a 11/4 W at NYG n/a 11/12 W KC n/a 11/18 L BAL n/a 11/25 L at CLE n/a 12/2 W at BAL n/a 12/9 L SD n/a 12/16 L at DAL n/a 12/23 L CIN n/a 12/30 W CLE n/a Totals NEW YORK GIANTS 9/8* L at DAL n/a 9/15* L DEN n/a 9/22* L at CAR n/a 9/29* L at KC n/a 10/6* L PHI n/a 10/10* L at CHI n/a 10/21* W MIN n/a 10/27 W at PHI n/a 11/10 W OAK n/a 11/17 W GB n/a 11/24 L DAL n/a 12/1 W at WAS n/a 12/8 L at SD n/a 12/15* L SEA n/a 12/22* W at DET n/a 12/29 W WAS n/a Totals *Denotes Game Started CHICAGOBEARS.COM 115

74 92 STEPHEN PAEA Ht: 6-1 Wt: 300 Age: 26 College: Oregon State Bears Season: 4 NFL Season: 4 Acquired: 2nd round of the 2011 draft DEFENSIVE TACKLE PAEA PRO CAREER: Appeared in 39 games with 24 starts in three seasons in Chicago ( ), recording 77 tackles (36 solo), 6 sacks, 9 TFLs and 4 PBUs... Recorded first career sack in his NFL debut - a safety of Vikings QB Donovan McNabb vs. MIN (10/16/11)... First Bears player since at least 1970 to record safety in his NFL debut. HONORS & AWARDS: Brian Piccolo Award. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Chicago in the second round (53rd overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft (4/29/11)... Signed by Chicago to a 4-year contract (7/29/11). SIGNED through SEASON: Started 10-of-13 games Missed 3 games with a toe injury Set career highs in PBUs with 4 and in TFLs with 4.5 Added 29 tackles (13 solo) and 1.5 sacks... Recorded a career-high 8 tackles vs. DET (11/10). GAMES PLAYED- STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: Played in 15 games and started Collected 30 tackles (16 solo), 2.5 TFLs and set a career high in sacks (2.5) Appeared in 11 games, collecting 18 tackles (7 solo), 2 sacks and 2 TFLs... Made NFL debut in Week 6 vs. MIN (10/16) and recorded first career sack - a safety of Vikings QB Donovan McNabb. COLLEGE: Started 37-of-38 games played at Oregon State ( ) Posted 129 tackles (60 solo), 14.0 sacks, 30.5 TFLs and 5 QB pressures Two-time winner of Morris Trophy which goes to the top defensive lineman in the Pac Pac 10 Pat Tillman defensive player-of-the-year... All-Pac 10 first-team as a junior and senior... All-Pac 10 honorable mention as a sophomore Sophomore second-team All-American by College Football News Two-time team captain Semifinalist for Bednarik Award (nation s top defensive player) and named to Lombardi, Outland, Nagurski and Lott watch lists as a senior Attended Snow College ( ) in Ephraim, Utah, where he redshirted as a freshman Team went undefeated in the one season he played. PERSONAL: Attended Timpview High School (Provo, Utah), but did not play football until his senior year Earned all-region and all-division honors playing on the DL and OL Lettered in track as well Born in Tonga on the island of Vav u Moved to the United States at the age of 16 and did not speak English at the time. STEPHEN PAEA S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2011 Chicago Chicago Chicago NFL totals ADDITIONAL STATS: Safeties - 1: Sacked QB Donovan McNabb in end zone vs. MIN (10/16/11). SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 8, vs. DET (11/10)...Same...None Solos... 4, vs. DET (11/10)...Same...None Sacks , twice...1, three times...none 116 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

75 STEPHEN PAEA GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS 14-9 Regular Season Starting Record 2011 CHICAGO BEARS 9/11 W ATL INACTIVE 9/18 L at NO INACTIVE 9/25 L GB INACTIVE 10/2 W CAR INACTIVE 10/10 L at DET INACTIVE 10/16 W MIN /23 W at TB /7 W at PHI /13 W DET /20 W SD /27 L at OAK /4 L KC /11 L at DEN /18 L SEA /25 L at GB /1 W at MIN Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/9 W IND /13* L at GB /23* W STL /1* W at DAL /7* W at JAX /22* W DET /28* W CAR /4* W at TEN /11* L HOU /19* L at SF /25* W MIN /2* L SEA /9 L at MIN INACTIVE 12/16* L GB /23* W at ARZ /30* W at DET Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/8* W CIN /15* W MIN /22* W at PIT /29* L at DET /6 L NO INACTIVE 10/10 W NYG INACTIVE 10/20* L at WAS /4* W at GB /10* L DET /17* W BAL /24 L at STL INACTIVE 12/1* L at MIN /9* W DAL /15 W at CLE /22 L at PHI /29 GB Totals *Denotes Game Started PAEA PACESETTERS Notable Bears First Three Seasons Tackle Totals Player 1st Year-Tkls 2nd Year-Tkls 3rd Year-Tkls 3-Year Total Brian Urlacher Lance Briggs Tony Parrish Doug Plank Mike Brown Mark Carrier Mike Singletary Gary Fencik CHICAGOBEARS.COM 117

76 2 JORDAN PALMER Ht: 6-5 Wt: 230 Age: 30 College: UTEP Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 6 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2013 (JAX) QUARTERBACK PALMER PRO CAREER: Saw action in 4 games, completing 10-of-15 pass attempts for 59 yards with 2 INT, all with the Cincinnati Bengals ( ) Was originally drafted by the Washington Redskins in the 6th round (205th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft Also spent time with the Jacksonville Jaguars (2012) and enters his second season with the Chicago Bears (2013). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by the Washington Redskins in the 6th round (205th overall) of the 2007 draft Waived by the Redskins (9/2/07) Signed by the Cincinnati Bengals (1/30/08) Waived by the Bengals (8/27/11) Signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars (5/7/12)... Signed by the Chicago Bears (8/17/13) Waived by Chicago (8/30/13) Signed by the Bears (10/22/13) Signed a one-year contract with the Bears. SIGNED through 2014 PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2010 Played in 1 game completing 3-of-3 pass attempts for 18 yards Appeared in 3 games throwing for 41 yards on 12 attempts with 7 completions Added 1 rushing attempt for 4 yards. COLLEGE CAREER: Played 4 seasons at Texas El-Paso, setting school records for career passing yards (11,084) and TD passes (88) Finished career ranked 13th in NCAA Division I annals in TD passes and ranked 19th in passing yards Had 851 career completions in 1,427 attempts (59.6 pct.) Set school single-season marks as a senior for passing yards (3,595), completions (282), completion percentage (65.7) and passer efficiency (149.6 rating) Played in 46 career games with 42 starts Set school single-mark as a senior for passing yards (3,595), completions (282), completion percentage (65.7) and passer efficiency (149.6) Majored in communications Redshirted in PERSONAL: Attended Mission Viejo High School Threw for 1,300 yards and 14 TDs as a senior Also participated in basketball and track. JORDAN PALMER S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Att Cmp Pct Yds Yds/Att TD Int Lg Sk-Yds Rating 2008 Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Jacksonville Chicago NFL totals ADDITIONAL STATS: Rushing , 1 for 4 yds. SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Attempts... None...6, at IND (12/7/08)...None Completions... None...4, at IND (12/7/08)...None Passing Yards... None...30, at IND (12/7/08)...None TD Passes... None...None...None Interceptions... None...1, twice...none Longest Completion... None...13, at IND (12/7/08)...None 118 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

77 STEPHEN PAEA GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS 14-9 Regular Season Starting Record 2011 CHICAGO BEARS 9/11 W ATL INACTIVE 9/18 L at NO INACTIVE 9/25 L GB INACTIVE 10/2 W CAR INACTIVE 10/10 L at DET INACTIVE 10/16 W MIN /23 W at TB /7 W at PHI /13 W DET /20 W SD /27 L at OAK /4 L KC /11 L at DEN /18 L SEA /25 L at GB /1 W at MIN Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/9 W IND /13* L at GB /23* W STL /1* W at DAL /7* W at JAX /22* W DET /28* W CAR /4* W at TEN /11* L HOU /19* L at SF /25* W MIN /2* L SEA /9 L at MIN INACTIVE 12/16* L GB /23* W at ARZ /30* W at DET Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/8* W CIN /15* W MIN /22* W at PIT /29* L at DET /6 L NO INACTIVE 10/10 W NYG INACTIVE 10/20* L at WAS /4* W at GB /10* L DET /17* W BAL /24 L at STL INACTIVE 12/1* L at MIN /9* W DAL /15 W at CLE /22 L at PHI /29 GB Totals *Denotes Game Started PALMER BEARS ROOKIE QB PERFORMANCES (in First NFL start, ) Quarterback Date/Opponent Result Comp-Att-Yds (%) TD-INT Rating Kyle Orton 9/11/2005 at WAS L, (53.5) Craig Krenzel 10/31/2004 vs. SF W, (52.0) Rex Grossman 12/14/2003 vs. MIN W, (43.3) Cade McNown 10/17/1999 vs. PHI L, (51.5) Moses Moreno 11/29/1998 vs. TB L, (43.9) Will Furrer 12/27/1992 at DAL L, (39.1) Jim McMahon 11/21/1982 vs. DET W, (59.3) Bob Avellini 11/30/1975 at GB L, (36.0) Gary Huff 12/2/1973 vs. LARams L, (47.4) Bobby Douglass 10/19/1969 at DET L, (44.4) CHICAGOBEARS.COM 119

78 90 JEREMIAH RATLIFF Ht: 6-4 Wt: 303 Age: 32 College: Auburn Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 10 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2013 (DAL) DEFENSIVE TACKLE RATLIFF PRO CAREER: 4-time Pro Bowler ( ), entering his 10th season, having started 89-of-109 contests, totaling tackles (183 solo), 28.5 sacks, 26 TFLs, 18 PBUs, 5 FFs and 13 FRs Spent his entire career with the Dallas Cowboys ( ) before joining the Bears (2013)... Has appeared in at least 15 games in six ( ) of his previous nine NFL seasons including starting all 16 contests in four seasons ( ). HONORS & AWARDS: Pro Bowl Pro Bowl Pro Bowl Pro Bowl. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted in the seventh-round (224th overall) by the Dallas Cowboys (4/25/05) Waived by the Cowboys (10/16/13) Signed by the Chicago Bears (11/6/13) Signed a two-year extension with the Bears (3/5/14) SIGNED through SEASON: Placed on the PUP list by the Dallas Cowboys before the start of the season... Came to Chicago in November after being weaved by the Cowboys in October... Started 4-of-5 games with the Bears, collecting 14.5 tackles, 1.5 sacks and 1 TFL. PREVIOUS SEASONS: Started 6-of-6 games notching 25 tackles Missed the first four games of the season with an ankle injury Missed the final six games with a groin injury Started all 16 games, tallying 42 tackles, 2 sacks and 1 FR Started all 16 contests compiling 34 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 1 PBU, 1 FF and 2 FRs Started 16/16 games while racking up 83 tackles, 6 sacks, 3 PBUs, 3 FFs and 4 FRs Started all 16 games for the first time in his career Credited with 83 tackles, 7.5 sacks and 1 FR Made 14 starts recording 28 tackles, 3 sacks and 2 FRS Played in 15 games tallying 17 tackles, 4 sacks, 1 PBU, 1 FF and 1 FR As a rookie started 1-of-4 games recording 5 tackles and 1 sack. COLLEGE: Moved from defensive end to defensive tackle in his senior season and started all 13 games, tying his careerhigh with 37 tackles while also adding TFLs and 1 sack Helped the Tigers finish 13-0 by defeating Virginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl, in which he made 3 tackles Played in 9 games as a junior reserve defensive end, making 7 tackles, including 1 TFL.. Before his sophomore year, moved from tight end to defensive end during spring drills and started 8-of-12 games and tied a career-high with 37 tackles, including a career-high 10 TFLs... He also had 2 FFs and a sack As a freshman tight end, played in all 12 games, with 1 start, and had 3 catches for 38 yards. PERSONAL: Earned all-state and honorable mention All-USA Today honors after catching 46 passes for 701 yards and 7 touchdowns as a senior at Lowndes County High School in Valdosta, Ga. Finished his prep career as one of the top-rated tight ends in the southeast Also lettered in track and basketball for Lowndes, averaging 18.0 points and 18.0 rebounds per-game as a junior. 120 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

79 JEREMIAH RATLIFF S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL 2005 Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Chicago NFL totals SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 4, twice...8, five times...6, vs. MIN (1/17/10) Solos... 3, vs. GB (12/29)...5, six times...3, vs. MIN (1/17/10) Sacks... 1, vs. DAL (12/9)...2, three times...1, vs. MIN (1/17/10) RATLIFF POSTSEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL 2006 Carolina Carolina Carolina Postseason JEREMIAH RATLIFF GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS (2-2 Bears) Regular Season Starting Record (1-2 Postseason; 0-0 Bears) 2005 DALLAS COWBOYS 9/11 W SD INACTIVE 9/19 L WAS INACTIVE 9/25 W at SF INACTIVE 10/2 L at OAK /9* W PHI /16 W NYG INACTIVE 10/23 L at SEA /30 W ARZ INJURED RESERVE 11/14 W at PHI INJURED RESERVE 11/20 W DET INJURED RESERVE 11/24 L DEN INJURED RESERVE 12/4 L at NYG INJURED RESERVE 12/11 W KC INJURED RESERVE 12/18 L at WAS INJURED RESERVE 12/24 W at CAR INJURED RESERVE 1/1 L STL INJURED RESERVE Totals DALLAS COWBOYS 9/10 L JAX /17 W WAS /1 W at TEN /8 L at PHI /15 W HOU /23 L NYG /29 W at CAR /5 L at WAS /12 W at ARZ /19 W IND /23 W TB /3 W at NYG /10 L NO /16 ATL /25 L PHI /31 L DET INACTIVE Totals POSTSEASON 1/6 L SEA DALLAS COWBOYS 9/9 W NYG /16* W at MIA /23* W at CHI /30* W STL /8* W at BUF /14* L NE /21* W MIN /4* W at PHI /11* W at NYG /18* W WAS /22* W NYJ /29* W GB /9* W at DET /16* L PHI /22* W at CAR /30 L at WAS INACTIVE Totals POSTSEASON 1/13* L NYG DALLAS COWBOYS 9/7* W at CLE /15* W PHI /21* W at GB /28* L WAS /5* W CIN /12* L at ARZ /19* L at STL /26* W TB /2* L at NYG /16* W at WAS /23* W SF /27* W SEA /7* PIT /14* W NYG /20* L BAL /28* L at PHI Totals CHICAGOBEARS.COM 121

80 JEREMIAH RATLIFF GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS (2-2 Bears) Regular Season Starting Record (1-2 Postseason; 0-0 Bears) RATLIFF 2009 DALLAS COWBOYS 9/13* W at TB /20* L NYG /28* W CAR /4* L at DEN /11* W at KC /25* W ATL /1* W SEA /8* W at PHI /15* L at GB /22* W WAS /26* W OAK /6* L at NYG /13* L SD /19* W at NO /27* W at WAS /3* W PHI Totals POSTSEASON 1/9* W PHI /17* L at MIN Totals DALLAS COWBOYS 9/12* L at WAS /19* L CHI /26* W at HOU /10* L TEN /17* L at MIN /25* L NYG /31* L JAX /7* L at GB /14* W at NYG /21* W DET /25* L NO /5* W at IND /12* L PHI /19* W WAS /25* L at ARZ /2* W at PHI Totals DALLAS COWBOYS 9/5 W at NYG INACTIVE 9/16 L at SEA INACTIVE 9/23 W TB INACTIVE 10/1 L CHI INACTIVE 10/14* L at BAL /21* W at CAR /28* L NYG /4* L at ATL /11* W at PHI /18* W CLE /22 L WAS INACTIVE 12/2 W PHI INACTIVE 12/9 W at CIN INACTIVE 12/16 W PIT INACTIVE 12/23 L NO INACTIVE 12/30 L at WAS INACTIVE Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/8 W CIN NOT WITH TEAM 9/15 W MIN NOT WITH TEAM 9/22 W at PIT NOT WITH TEAM 9/29 L at DET NOT WITH TEAM 10/6 L NO NOT WITH TEAM 10/10 W NYG NOT WITH TEAM 10/20 L at WAS NOT WITH TEAM 11/4 W at GB NOT WITH TEAM 11/10 L DET INACTIVE 11/17 W BAL INACTIVE 11/24 L at STL INACTIVE 12/1 L at MIN /9* W DAL /15* W at CLE /22* L at PHI /29* L GB Totals *Denotes Game Started 2011 DALLAS COWBOYS 9/11* L at NYJ /18* W at SF /26* W WAS /2* L DET /16* L at NE /23* W STL /30* L at PHI /6* W SEA /13* W BUF /20* W at WAS /24* W MIA /4* L at ARZ /11* L NYG /17* W at TB /24* L PHI /1* L at NYG Totals BEARS LEADING TACKLERS (Since 1998) Year Name Pos Tackles 2013 James Anderson LB Lance Briggs LB Lance Briggs LB Brian Urlacher LB Lance Briggs LB Lance Briggs LB Brian Urlacher LB Brian Urlacher LB 185 Year Name Pos Tackles 2005 Brian Urlacher LB Lance Briggs LB Brian Urlacher LB Brian Urlacher LB Brian Urlacher LB Brian Urlacher LB Barry Minter LB Marty Carter SS CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

81 88 DANTE ROSARIO Ht: 6-3 Wt: 242 Age: 29 College: Oregon Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 8 Acquired: Trade in 2013 (DAL) TIGHT END PRO CAREER: Played in 106 games with 29 starts, tallying 100 receptions for 1,119 yards and 8 TDs... Started his career with the Carolina Panthers (2007), and has spent time with the Denver Broncos (2011), Miami Dolphins (2011), Denver Broncos (2012), San Diego Chargers (2013), Dallas Cowboys (2013) and Chicago Bears (2013). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted in the 5th round (155th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers Signed with Carolina (6/9/07) Signed with the Denver Broncos (7/31/11) Waived by the Broncos (9/3/11) Signed by the Miami Dolphins (9/5/11) Waived by Miami (9/20/11) Signed by Denver (9/22/11) Signed with the San Diego Chargers (3/19/12) Signed with the Dallas Cowboys (6/3/13) Traded to the Chicago Bears (9/2/13) Re-signed with the Bears (2/27/14) Waived by Chicago (3/10/14) Signed with the Bears (3/13/14). SIGNED through 2014 ROSARIO 2013 SEASON: Joined Chicago prior to the start of the regular season via trade with the Dallas Cowboys... Played in 15 games with 3 starts, contributing 1 catch for 13 yards on offense and 5 tackles on special teams Made the 100th catch of his career vs. DAL (12/9/13). GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 15-3 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Started 2-of-13 games for the San Diego Chargers, catching 10 passes for 95 yards... Had 4 STTs Signed with Denver near the end of training camp but was released at the final cut date Signed with Miami and played in a pair of games for the Dolphins before his release... Re-signed with Denver, started 3 of the 14 games and finished with 7 catches for 117 yards Totaled a career-high 9 STTs on the season Had a career-high 32 catches for 264 yards with 6 starts in 16 games in his last season with the Panthers Played in 14 games with a career-high 8 starts and notched a career-best 313 yards on 26 catches with a pair of scores With 5 starts in 16 games, caught 18 passes for 209 yards and a TD in his second pro season Made 2 STTs Drafted in the fifth round (155th overall) by Carolina and started 2 of the 16 games he played, finishing with 6 catches for 108 yards and 2 TDs Added 5 STTs. COLLEGE CAREER: Established an Oregon tight end record with 42 catches as a senior, finishing his collegiate career with 94 catches for 1,003 yards and 11 TDs while rushing 27 times for 84 yards with 2 TDs Started 27-of-47 games played through four seasons. PERSONAL: Was the A Defensive Player of the Year and earned first-team all-state honors as a linebacker and running back at Dayton, Ore., High School Led Dayton to football and basketball 2A state titles in 2002 His father, Pedro, emigrated from the Dominican Republic. DANTE ROSARIO S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD STT 2007 Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina Miami/Denver San Diego Chicago NFL totals , ADDITIONAL STATS: Rushes - 1: (-2)-yards at CLE (11/28/10). CHICAGOBEARS.COM 123

82 76 TREVOR SCOTT Ht: 6-5 Wt: 260 Age: 29 College: Buffalo Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 7 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (TB) DEFENSIVE END SCOTT PRO CAREER: Comes to Chicago after stops in Oakland ( ), New England (2012) and Tampa Bay (2013), collecting 94 tackles (68 solo), 16.5 sacks, 21 TFLs, 2 FFs, 1 PBU and 18 STTs Lead Oakland in sacks in each of his first two seasons in the league... Owns 5 multi-sack games... Lead all NFL rookies in sacks in 2008 with 5. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected in the 6th round (169th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders Signed with Oakland (7/23/08) Signed a one-year contract with the New England Patriots (3/19/12) Signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8/20/13) Waived by Tampa Bay (10/24/13) Signed a one-year contract with the Chicago Bears (3/6/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Appeared in 4 games, totaling 3 tackles. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 4-0 PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012 Started 2-of-14 contests, collecting 11 tackles, 3 sacks, 2 TFLs, 1 FF and 2 STTs Made an appearance in all 16 contests for the 3rd time in his career, accumulating 7 tackles including 1 TFL Started the first 10 games of the season before being placed on IR with a knee injury Owned 21 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1 PBU and 1 TFL Picked-up 2 STTs Started 6-of-16 games at linebacker Set career-highs in tackles (37), sacks (7), and TFLs (11) Added 6 tackles on special teams Tied for the team lead in sacks and finished 3rd amongst Oakland LBs in tackles Played in all 16 contests, leading all NFL rookies and the Raiders in sacks with 5 Totaled 15 tackles, 6 TFLs and 1 FF Also posted a career-high 9 STTs. COLLEGE: Started his college career playing tight end for the University of Buffalo before becoming a starter at defensive end for his final two seasons Recorded 10 sacks as a senior, the most by a Buffalo player since moving to Division 1-A in 1999 Led the squad with 9 sacks as a junior during his first season playing defensive end. PERSONAL: Was a two-time All-Northern selection at Potsdam (N.Y.) High while playing tight end and outside linebacker Earned two letters and was twice named team captain Team MVP as a junior and senior. TREVOR SCOTT S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL 2008 Oakland Oakland Oakland Oakland New England Tampa Bay NFL totals POSTSEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL 2012 New England CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

83 59 JORDAN SENN Ht: 5-11 Wt: 225 Age: 30 College: Portland State Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 7 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (CAR) LINEBACKER PRO CAREER: The 6th year veteran joins the Bears, totaling 88 tackles, 1 INT, 2 PBUs, 1 TFL, 3 FFs and 49 STTs in 83 games with 7 starts Previously played for the Indianapolis Colts ( ) and the Carolina Panthers ( ) Lead the Panthers in STTs with 30 since arriving in Carolina in SENN CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent by the Indianapolis Colts (5/2/08) Waived by the Colts (9/7/09) Signed by Indianapolis (9/23/09) Waived by the Colts (10/6/09) Signed by the Carolina Panthers (11/24/09) Re-signed with Carolina (3/25/10) Signed with the Panthers (7/25/11) Re-signed with Carolina (4/12/12) Signed a oneyear contract with the Panthers (3/11/13) Signed a one-year contract with the Chicago Bears (3/11/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Played in 14 games, totaling 1 tackle on defense and 6 on special teams Finished tied for second on the team in STTs. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 14-0 PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012 Played in all 16 games for the second time in his career Collected 9 STTs Started 7-of- 16 contests setting career highs in tackles (65), INTs (1), PBUs (2), TFLs (1) and FFs (3) Added 6 tackles on special teams Appeared in 14 games in his first full year as a Panther Compiled 3 tackles on defense and 9 on special teams Saw action in 2 games for Indianapolis and 6 for Carolina Totaled 7 defensive stops and an additional 9 on special teams Played in 15 games as a rookie Collected 9 tackles on defense and a career-high 10 on special teams. COLLEGE: Played in 43 games with 34 starts at Portland State... Produced 320 tackles, the second-highest total in school history... Finished 10th in the nation with 127 tackles as a senior in First-team All-Big Sky Conference special teamer and Vikings co-special teams most valuable player as a freshman in PERSONAL: Attended Beaverton (Ore.) HS. JORDAN SENN S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2008 Indianapolis Total Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina NFL totals POSTSEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2008 Indianapolis N/A 2013 Carolina N/A NFL totals N/A CHICAGOBEARS.COM 125

84 68 MATT SLAUSON Ht: 6-5 Wt: 315 Age: 28 College: Nebraska Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 6 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2013 (NYJ) GUARD SLAUSON PRO CAREER: Started 64 of 67 games played for the New York Jets ( ) and Chicago Bears (2013) Helped the 2013 Bears set franchise records in numerous categories including total net yards and first downs gained Has paved the way for a 1,000 yard rusher 3 out of 4 years since becoming a full-time starter in 2010 (Matt Forte 1,339 in 2013; Shonn Greene 1,063 in 2012; Shonn Greene 1,054 in 2011) Did not allow a sack in Started all 16 contests in each of the last 4 seasons... Recovered football in end zone for a touchdown at Denver (11/17/11)... Started all 3 postseason contests played during his career. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the New York Jets in the 6th round (193rd overall) of the 2009 NFL draft (4/26/09)... Signed 4-year contract with the Jets (5/19/09)... Signed 1-year contract with the Bears (3/29/13) Signed 4-year extension with Chicago (1/2/14)(four-year extension). SIGNED through SEASON: Played and started in all 16 games at LG Was part of an offensive unit that set franchise records in total net yards and first downs gained in 2013 The 445 points scored by the Bears in 2013 was second only to the 85 Bears Accounted for 2.5 sacks and as a unit the offensive line allowed its lowest sack total (30) since 2008 and its lowest sack percentage (4.9) since 1982 Helped pave the way for Matt Forte s 1,339 rushing yards which was good enough for second in the NFL. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: Started all 16 games for the Jets for the third-straight season... Did not allow a sack and played 100% of the offensive snaps Appeared in 16 games, starting each contest... Became the first Jets lineman to score a touchdown on a fumble recovery since Played and started all 16 games... Part of an offensive line that ranked fourth in the league in rushing (2,374 yards/148.4 yards per game) and allowed just 28 total sacks, ranking eighth in the league Appeared in 3 games as a rookie for the Jets. COLLEGE: In 2008 at Nebraska, started all 13 games at right guard during his senior season Helped the offense rank among the nation s top 20 in scoring, passing and total offense... Received first-team all-big 12 honors from the San Antonio Express-News, while being a second-team all-conference selection by several other sources... In 2007, played in all 12 games, making eight starts at three different positions, including right guard and both tackle spots... Offense averaged yards per game, its best offensive total in 10 seasons, while averaging a school-record passing yards per contest... Honorable-mention all-big 12 from the Associated Press and second-team all-big 12 by Rivals.com. PERSONAL: Played one season at Air Force Prep School in Colorado Springs, lining up at offensive tackle... Spent 2003 season at Air Academy (Colorado Springs, CO) High School... Began his high school career at Sweet Home (OR) High School in Oregon for Coach Rob Younger... Lettered twice in basketball and four times in track, competing in both discus and shot put during his prep career. MATT SLAUSON S NFL STATISTICS GAMES PLAYED-STARTED : 2009 NYJ (3-0); 2010 NYJ (16-16); 2011 NYJ (16-16); 2012 NYJ (16-16); 2013 CHI (16-16) 126 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

85 18 MICHEAL SPURLOCK Ht: 5-11 Wt: 210 Age: 31 College: Mississippi Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 8 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (DET) WIDE RECEIVER/KICK RETURNER PRO CAREER: In his first season with Chicago after appearing in 67 games with 2 starts over 7 NFL seasons, collecting 2,594 yards and 3 TDs on 107 kickoff returns (24.2 ypr), 780 yards and 2 touchdowns on 81 punt returns (9.6 ypr) and 11 special teams tackles... Has added 46 receptions for 494 yards (10.7 ypr) and 3 TDs, 1 carry for 3 yards, and 5 incompletions on offense... His five combined kick return touchdowns are tied for sixth most in the NFL since he joined the league in Has appeared in games for Arizona (2006), Tampa Bay (2007, 09-11), San Francisco (2009), San Diego (2012), Jacksonville (2012), Dallas (2013) and Detroit (2013)... Became first player in Tampa Bay history to return a kickoff for a touchdown on December 16, 2007 at Atlanta, breaking a drought of 31-plus seasons... Saw action in one postseason contest, Tampa Bay s 2007 Wild Card Game versus the New York Giants, returning 5 kickoffs for 106 yards (21.2 ypr). SPURLOCK CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as an undrafted free agent with Arizona (9/3/06)... Waived by Arizona... Signed to Cardinals practice squad... Elevated to Arizona s active roster (12/29/2006)... Waived by Arizona (8/31/07)... Signed to Tampa Bay s practice squad (9/4/07)... Released from Buccaneers practice squad (9/18/07)... Signed to Tampa Bay s practice squad (9/26/07)... Elevated to Buccaneers active roster (11/1/07)... Waived by Tampa Bay (8/31/08)... Signed to Buccaneers practice squad (9/3/08)... Signed by San Francisco (1/16/09)... Waived by San Francisco (11/3/09)... Signed by Tampa Bay (12/22/09)... Signed 1-year contract with Tampa Bay (7/29/11)... Signed 1-year contract with San Diego (4/4/12)... Waived by San Diego (10/3/12)... Signed by Jacksonville (10/5/12)... Waived by Jacksonville (11/27/12)... Acquired by San Diego from waivers (11/28/12)... Signed by Detroit (6/4/13)... Released by the Lions (12/7/13)... Signed by Dallas (12/18/13)... Waived by the Cowboys (12/24/13)... Acquired by Detroit via waivers (12/25/13)... Signed 1-year contract with Chicago (6/3/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Appeared in 11 games with Detroit (10 contests) and Dallas (1 contest), recording 207 yards on 23 punt returns (9.0 ypr) and 51 yards on 3 kickoff returns (17.0 ypr)... Added 2 special teams tackles. PREVIOUS SEASONS: Saw action in 14 contests with San Diego (8 games) and Jacksonville (6 games), gathering 23 receptions for 200 yards (8.7 ypc) and 1 touchdown... On special teams, had career-high 239 yards and a touchdown on 17 punt returns (14.1 ypr) and 375 yards and a touchdown on 16 kockoff returns (23.4 ypr)... On coverage units, added 2 special teams tackles Had 6 punt returns for 21 yards (3.5 ypr), 2 kickoff returns for 33 yards (16.5 ypr) and 2 receptions for 13 yards (6.5 ypr) during 12 contests with the Buccaneers... Added 2 special teams tackles Appeared in all 16 contests for the first time in his career, ranking 7th in the NFL with a 25.7 kickoff return average (career-high 1,129 yards on 44 returns with 1 TD)... Had 28 punt returns for 193 yards (6.9 ypr) and 1 special teams tackle... Offensively, gathered 17 receptions, setting career-highs in receiving yards (250), receiving touchdowns (2) and yards per catch (14.7) Totaled 6 games with San Francisco (4 contests) and Tampa Bay (2 contests), recording 90 yards and a touchdown on 3 punt returns and 170 yards on 8 kickoff returns (21.3 ypr)... Had 2 special teams tackles on coverage units... Recorded first career rushing attempt for 3 yards Spent season on Tampa Bay s practice squad While appearing in 7 contests for Tampa Bay, became first player in franchise history to return a kickoff for a touchdown (at ATL, 12/16)... Had 444 yards and a TD on 16 kickoff returns (27.8 ypr), 30 yards on 4 punt returns (7.5 ypr) and 2 special teams stops... Appeared in lone career playoff contest (Wild Card vs. NYG), recording 106 yards on 5 kickoff returns Saw action in 1 contest during rookie season in Arizona, making NFL debut on 12/31 at SD, collecting 4 receptions for 31 yards (7.8 ypr) and 3 kickoff returns for 54 yards (18.0 ypr). CHICAGOBEARS.COM 127

86 COLLEGE: Appeared in 21 contests during four-year career at Ole Miss ( ), playing both quarterback and running back... Completed 142-of-267 passes for 1,709 yards, 7 touchdowns and 9 interceptions after appearing in all 11 games as a senior with eight starts (7 at QB and 1 at RB)... Added 2 rushing scores during senior campaign... Redshirted in PERSONAL: Attended Gentry (Miss.) High School... Established Class 5A state records as a senior in 2000 with 3,348 passing yards and 35 touchdowns... Added 1,161 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns during senior campaign... Earned letters in football (3), basketball (3) and baseball (4). MICHAEL SPURLOCK S NFL STATISTICS SPURLOCK REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Rush Yds Avg Lg TD STT 2006 Arizona N/A 2007 Tampa Bay N/A 2009 TOTAL N/A 2010 Tampa Bay N/A 2011 Tampa Bay N/A 2012 TOTAL N/A 2013 TOTAL N/A NFL Totals N/A Year Team KR Yds Avg LG TD PR FC Yds Avg Lg TD 2006 Arizona Tampa Bay t TOTAL t Tampa Bay 44 1, t Tampa Bay TOTAL t t TOTAL NFL Totals 107 2, t t 2 ADDITIONAL STATS: Special Teams Touchdowns - 5: 99-yard kickoff return vs. OAK (12/30/12), 63-yard punt return at NYJ (12/23/12), 89-yard kickoff return at ATL (11/7/10), 77-yard punt return at NO (12/27/09), 90-yard kickoff return vs. ATL (12/16/07). Passing: Career (0 for 5). POSTSEASON Year Team GP-GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Rush Yds Avg Lg TD STT 2007 Tampa Bay N/A Year Team KR Yds Avg LG TD PR FC Yds Avg Lg TD 2007 Tampa Bay SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Receptions...None...7, at PIT (12/9/12)...None Receiving Yards...None...64, at PIT (12/9/12)...None Longest Reception...None...43, at ATL (11/7/10)...None Receiving TDs...None...1, three times...none 128 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

87 20 CRAIG STELTZ Ht: 6-1 Wt: 210 Age: 28 College: LSU Bears Season: 7 NFL Season: 7 Acquired: 4th round of the 2008 draft SAFETY PRO CAREER: Has appeared in 77 games with 8 starts over six seasons ( ) with Chicago, notching 97 career tackles (64 solo), 1 INT, 2 PBUs, 1 sack, 3 forced fumbles and 3 TFLs Ranks second on the Bears in STTs since 2008 with 58. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted in the fourth round (120th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears... Signed a 4-year contract with the Bears (6/2/08)... Signed 2-year contract with Chicago (3/21/12) Signed a 1-year contract with the Bears (3/18/14). SIGNED through 2014 STELTZ 2013 SEASON: Played in all 16 games for the second time in his career with 1 start Totaled 14 tackles on defense, 12 of which came on his lone start of the MIN (12/1) Added 1 PBU and finished 3rd on the team with 14 STTs. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 16-1 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Played in 13 games recording 12 tackles (7 solo), 1 FF and 7 STTs... Placed on IR 12/11 with a chest injury Set career-highs in games played (16), starts (5), tackles (48), TFLs (3), PBUs (1) and sacks (1)... Finished fourth on the team with 12 special teams tackles, second most in his career... Started Weeks 3 and at SS... Gathered careerhigh 13 tackles vs. SEA (12/18) Appeared in 9 games, playing mostly on special teams... Credited with 5 special teams tackles Played in 12 games, notching 2 starts at strong safety Collected 12 tackles (7 solo) Posted 7 special teams stops and recovered a fumble on special teams Saw action in 11 games, spending time at safety and playing on special teams... Finished sixth on the team with 13 special teams stops, despite not playing the first five games of the season... Added 11 defensive tackles (solo) and 1 INT... Returned his first career INT 44 yards vs. DET (11/2)... Blocked a punt vs. MIN (10/19) that was returned for a TD Appeared in his first NFL game at ATL (10/12), recording a team-high 3 special teams stops. COLLEGE: Four-year letter winner at LSU ( ), finished career ranked fifth in school history in passes defended (34) and sixth in INTs (11) Played in 44 games, including 20 starts Tallied 184 tackles (114 solo), 7 TFLs, 2.0 sacks, 3 FF and 2 FR in his career, despite playing just one season as a full-time starter... Named 2007 first-team All-American by the Associated Press, Walter Camp Foundation, Football Writer s, ESPN, CBSSports.com and Rivals.com First-team all-sec, Thorpe Award (top defensive back in college football) finalist and team captain as a senior Member of LSU s 2007 National Championship team Started all 14 games as a senior, leading LSU with 101 tackles (66 solo) and 6 INTs The 6 INTs rank 7th in school history Tied a school record with 3 INTs in the Tigers season opener against Mississippi State Named SEC defensive playerof-the-week vs. Ole Miss 12/17, hauling in 2 INTs to go along with 5 tackles Posted career highs with 16 tackles against Florida and Arkansas Missed part of the NCAA Championship Game with a stinger... Appeared in 13 games, including 3 starts as a junior Tallied 4 INTs, becoming the first player in Tiger history to record a pick in four consecutive games, including a career-long 76-yard return against Tulane Finished with 42 tackles (20 solo), 2 TFLs, 1.0 sack and 5 PBUs Started final 2 games at strong safety, including LSU s Allstate Sugar Bowl win over Notre Dame... As a sophomore, started in the Tigers nickel and dime packages, making 3 starts in 13 games played Credited with 40 tackles (28 solo), 1 INT, 2 PBUs and 1 FR Returned a blocked punt for a TD vs. Arizona State... Saw action in 4 games as a freshman. PERSONAL: First-team all-state at Rummel (Metairie, LA) High School and became the first player to have his number retired at the school Also played running back and returned kicks Parents are Keith and Linda Steltz Older brother Kevin was the starting fullback at LSU for three years Majored in management. CHICAGOBEARS.COM 129

88 CRAIG STELTZ S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2008 Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago NFL totals STELTZ SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 12, at MIN (12/1)...13, vs SEA (12/18/11)... None Solos... 12, at MIN (12/1)...Same... None Pass Defenses... 1, at CLE (12/15)...1, vs SEA (12/18/11)... None Interceptions... None...1, vs DET (11/2/08)... None CRAIG STELTZ S GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS 3-5 Regular Season Starting Record (0-0 Postseason Record) 2008 CHICAGO BEARS Inactive Games /12 L at ATL /19 W MIN /2 W DET /9 L TEN /16 L at GB /23 W at STL /30 L at MIN /7 W JAX /11 W NO /22 W GB /28 L at HOU Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/13 L at GB /20 W PIT /27 W at SEA /4 W DET /18 L at ATL /25 L at CIN /1 W CLE /8 L ARZ /12 L at SF /22 L PHI Inactive Games /28* W MIN /3* W at DET Totals CHICAGO BEARS Inactive Games 1-2; 8-9; 11; /27 W GB /3 L at NYG /10 W at CAR /17 L SEA /24 L WAS /18 W at MIA /5 W at DET /12 L NE /20 W at MIN Totals POSTSEASON Inactive in postseason games vs. Seattle and Green Bay 2011 CHICAGO BEARS 9/11 W ATL /18 L at NO /25* L GB /2 W CAR /10 L at DET /16 W MIN /23 W at TB /7 W at PHI /13 W DET /20 W SD /27 L at OAK /4 L KC /11* L at DEN /18* L SEA /25* L at GB /1* W at MIN Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/9 W IND /13 L at GB /23 W STL /1 W at DAL /7 W at JAX /22 W DET /28 W CAR /4 W at TEN /11 L HOU /19 L at SF /25 W MIN /2 L SEA /9 L at MIN /16 L GB INJURED RESERVE 12/23 W at ARZ INJURED RESERVE 12/30 W at DET INJURED RESERVE Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/8 W CIN /15 W MIN /22 W at PIT /29 L at DET /6 L NO /10 W NYG /20 L at WAS /4 W at GB /10 L DET /17 W BAL /24 L at STL /1* L at MIN /9 W DAL /15 W at CLE /22 L at PHI /29 L GB Totals *Denotes Game Started 130 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

89 33 CHARLES TILLMAN Ht: 6-2 Wt: 198 Age: 33 College: Louisiana-Lafayette Bears Season: 12 NFL Season: 12 Acquired: 2nd round of the 2003 draft CORNERBACK PRO CAREER: Earned back-to-back Pro Bowl nods in 2011 and 2012 and was named 2013 NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year Ranks third in franchise history with 36 interceptions, first in INT return yards (675) and holds team records for defensive TDs (9) and INT return TDs (8)... Has started 150-of-154 career games played, recording 944 tackles, 36 INTs, 113 PBUs, 42 forced fumbles, 3.0 sacks, and 8 fumble recoveries... His 42 forced fumbles since 2003 are the most in the NFL Ranks tied for fifth in the NFL overall and tied for third among cornerbacks in INTs since his rookie season 9 defensive return TDs are tied for fourth most in the NFL since 2003 and his 8 interception return TDs are tied for second most... His 944 tackles since 2003 are the most in Chicago s secondary and rank 3rd on the Bears trailing only Brian Urlacher (1,779) and Lance Briggs (1,501) Stands as Chicago s active leader with 113 career PBUs after leading the team in 2003 (10), 2006 (11), 2008 (16), 2009 (7) and 2011 (13) and tying for the team lead in 2007 (5) and 2005 (18) Set Bears record (and 2nd all-time in NFL annals) for the longest non-scoring return by producing a 95-yard return on an INT vs. GB (12/4/05), the fourth-longest overall INT return in club history Combined with Nathan Vasher to record 13 INTs in 2005 which tied for third-most picks by a CB tandem in the NFL, tied for tops in the NFC, was the most by a Bears duo since Mark Carrier (10) and Donnell Woolford (3) in 1990 and was the most by any Chicago CB tandem dating back to 1968 Became first rookie since Carrier in 1990 to lead Chicago in INTs with 4 in TILLMAN HONORS & AWARDS: NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year Pro Bowl; Piccolo Award; NFC Defensive Player of the Month (October); NFC Defensive Player of the Week (10/7); NFC Defensive Player of the Week (10/22), Pro Bowl Brian Piccolo Award, Ed Block Courage Award NFC Defensive Player of the Week (10/30) NFL Rookie of the Year (Sports Illustrated); All-Pro (Sports Illustrated); NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year (Football Digest); Brian Piccolo Award. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as a second-round selection (35th overall) by Chicago in the 2003 NFL Draft Signed 5-year contract with Chicago (7/26/03) Signed 6-year contract with Bears (7/25/07)... Signed a 1-year contract with Chicago (3/14/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Saw his season cut short due to a triceps injury Started all 8 games played, tallying 52 tackles, 3 INTs, 4 PBUs, 3 FFs and 2.5 TFLs Despite missing half the season, finished tied for second on the in INTs with 3 and his 3 FFs were also tied for the team lead. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 8-8 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Named to second consecutive Pro Bowl... Compiled 93 tackles (68 solo), 3 INTs returned for a career-high 3 defensive TDs, 15 PBUs, a career-high 10 FF and tied a career high with 2 FRs... Along with LB Lance Briggs became first teammates in NFL history to each have interception return touchdowns in back-to-back games (Weeks 4-5; Briggs 74 yards at DAL and 36 yards at JAX; Tillman 25 yards at DAL and 36 yards at JAX) Put together a career high 4 FFs at TEN (11/4)... Was first in the NFL in FFs and tied for first in the NFL in defensive TDs... Started all 16 contests for thirdconsecutive season Named to first career Pro Bowl after posting 113 tackles, 3 INTs, 2 INT return TDs, 13 PBUs, 4 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries, 1 sack and 4 TFLs... Led team in PBUs and FF and tied for team lead in FR... 4 forced fumbles was tied for fifth most in the NFL and second among DBs... 2 INT return TDs was tied for NFL lead tackles and 4 TFLs were career-highs... Started all 16 contests for second consecutive season Tied for the team lead in INTs (5) and FF (3), starting all 16 games... Finished second on the team with 11 PBUs and tied for second with 2 fumble recoveries... Led the Bears secondary and finished third on the Bears with 101 tackles... Added 2 TFLs... Started both postseason contests, posting 8 tackles and 4 PBUs Ranked second in the NFL with then career-high 6 forced fumbles, starting all 15 games played prior to being placed on Injured Reserve (12/30) Led the team in PBUs and was second in CHICAGOBEARS.COM 131

90 TILLMAN solo tackles (64), while leading the secondary with 86 tackles Collected a then career-high 3 forced fumbles vs. PHI (11/22) Paced the Bears in PBUs and forced fumbles (4), starting all 15 games in which he played... Ranked 2nd on the Bears in solo tackles (79), tied for 2nd in INTs (3) and 6th in total tackles (91) Returned an INT 26 yards for a TD at DET (10/5)... Inactive for Game 7 vs. MIN (10/19) Tied for the team lead with 5 PBUs and 2nd on team in INTs (3) Tied a then career-high with 4 forced fumbles, which ranked 6th in the NFC Blocked 2 punts, both leading to Bears touchdowns, one of which was returned for a score by Corey Graham vs. GB (12/23) Inactive Game 4 with an ankle injury Tied career-high and team-high with 5 INTs, tied for 10th in NFL Also led team with 11 PBUs, the 3rd time in his career that he led or tied for team lead in that category Notched first career defensive fumble recovery which he returned 40 yards for a TD Started Games 1-14 and all 3 postseason contests at LCB; Inactive Games 15 and 16 due to injury... Finished 3rd on team in postseason with 22 tackles, and 2nd with 4 PBUs Stripped and recovered ball from Colts TE Bryan Fletcher in Super Bowl XLI (2/4/07), while finishing game 2nd on team with career-playoff-high 11 tackles Established career-highs with 5 INTs, 18 PBUs and 4 forced fumbles while starting the first 15 games at LCB, plus the postseason contest Ranked 3rd on club (led secondary) with 104 tackles, 2nd in INTs, tied for lead in PBUs and led in forced fumbles Started at LCB in Games 1-15; Inactive Game 16 Set up Bears FG with career-long 95-yard INT return to the Packers 5-yard line off Brett Favre vs. GB (12/4) Complied 44 tackles with 1 forced fumble, 3 PBUs and added 2 special teams tackles while starting 7 of 8 games played and missing 8 games due to a knee injury Started at LCB Games 1-2, 12-16, came off the bench in Game 11; Inactive Games Tied for team lead and NFL lead among rookies with 4 INTs for the Bears, starting the final 13 games of the season at CB, the last 10 at LCB, and playing in all 16 Led team with 10 PBUs while ranking 2nd on secondary and 3rd overall with 89 tackles Participated in all 16 games - starting Games 4-6 at RCB and Games 7-16 at LCB Forced fumble on special teams in NFL debut at SF (9/7) Forced fumble recovered by Bobby Gray at SEA (10/19) Nabbed INT in second straight game vs. SD (11/2). COLLEGE: Four-year starter at LCB at Louisiana-Lafayette ( ) was 2-time all-sun Belt selection who started 39-of- 45 career games played and totaled 284 career tackles, including 2 sacks and 9 TFLs, along with 12 INTs, 31 PBUs, 7 forced fumbles, 7 fumble recoveries and 3 blocked punts Earned All-America honors and named first-team all-sun Belt as a senior after moving to starting free safety for the second half of the campaign after playing strictly at CB previously Secondteam all-sun Belt as a junior Majored in health and physical education. PERSONAL: Two-time all-district 8-5A and all-area team selection at Copperas Cove (TX) High School Named to Super Cen-Tex team by the Austin American-Statesman All-state Class 5A honorable mention Named Bears nominee for NFL s Walter Payton Man of the Year award in 2007 and 2011 One of three finalists for the NFL s Walter Payton Man of the Year award in 2011 Shifted focus of his foundation, Charles Tillman s Cornerstone Foundation founded in 2005, to improve the lives of critically and chronically ill children throughout greater Chicago by providing daily support and life-changing experiences Born in Chicago and attended kindergarten at Horace Mann Elementary on the South Side Parents are native Chicagoans Arbria and Donald Tillman The son of an Army sergeant, he attended 11 schools from kindergarten to 12th grade He and wife, Jackie, have 3 daughters and a son. REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2003 Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago t Chicago t Chicago Chicago t Chicago t Chicago NFL totals ADDITIONAL STATS: Touchdowns - 9: 25-yard INT return at DAL (10/11/12); 36-yard INT return at JAX (10/17/12); 10-yard INT return at ARI (12/23/12); 22-yard INT return at DET (10/30/05); 40-yard fumble return at ARZ (10/16/06); 26-yard INT return at DET (10/5/08); 21-yard INT return vs. CLE (11/1/09); 44-yard INT return vs. DET (11/13/11); 22-yard INT return at MIN (1/1/12). Blocked Punts - 2: 1 vs. DEN (11/25/07), 1 vs. GB (12/30/07). 132 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE CHARLES TILLMAN S NFL STATISTICS

91 CHARLES TILLMAN S NFL STATISTICS (continued) POSTSEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2005 Chicago Chicago Chicago Postseason SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 11, vs. NO (10/6)...12, five times...11, vs. IND (SB XLI) Solos... 7, vs. CIN (9/8)...10, three times...7, vs. IND (SB XLI) Interceptions... 2, vs. CIN (9/8)...2, twice...none Longest INT Return... 41, vs. CIN (9/8)...95, vs. GB (12/4/05)...None Pass Defenses... 1, twice...3, four times...4, vs. SEA (1/16/11) CHARLES TILLMAN S GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS Regular Season Starting Record (3-3 Postseason Record) 2003 CHICAGO BEARS 9/7 L at SF /14 L at MIN /29 L GB /5* W OAK /12* L at NO /19* L at SEA /26* W DET /2* W SD (-5) /9* L at DET /16* L STL /23* W at DEN /30* W ARZ /7* L at GB /14* W MIN /21* W WASH /28* L at KC Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/12* L DET /19* W at GB /26 L at MIN INACTIVE 10/3 L PHI INACTIVE 10/17 L WAS INACTIVE 10/24 L at TB INACTIVE 10/31 W SF INACTIVE 11/7 W at NYG INACTIVE 11/14 W at TEN INACTIVE 11/21 L IND INACTIVE 11/25 L at DAL /5* W MIN /12* L at JAX /19* L HOU /26* L at DET /2* L GB Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/11* L at WAS /18* W DET /25* L CIN /9* L at CLE /16* W MIN /23* W BALT /30* W at DET /6* W at NO /13* W SF /20* W CAR /27* W at TB /4* W GB /11* L at PIT /18* W ATL /25* W at GB /1 L at MIN INACTIVE Totals POSTSEASON 1/15* L CAR CHICAGO BEARS 9/10* W at GB /17* W DET /24* W at MIN /1* W SEA /8* W BUF /16* W at ARZ /29* W SF /5* L MIA /12* W at NYG /19* W at NYJ /26* L at NE /3* W MIN /11* W at STL /17* W TB /24 W at DET INACTIVE 12/31 L GB INACTIVE Totals POSTSEASON 1/14* W SEA /21* W NO /4* L IND Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/9* L at SD /16* W KC /23* L DAL /30 L at DET INACTIVE 10/7* W at GB /14* L MIN /21* W at PHI /28* L DET /11* W at OAK /18* L at SEA /25* W DEN /2* L NYG /6* L at WAS /17* L at MIN /23* W GB /30* W NO Totals TILLMAN CHICAGOBEARS.COM 133

92 2008 CHICAGO BEARS 9/7* W at IND /14* L at CAR /21* L TB /28* W PHI /5* W at DET t /12* L at ATL /19 W MIN INACTIVE 11/2* W DET /9* L TEN /16* L at GB /23* W at STL /30* L at MIN /7* W JAX /11* W NO /22* W GB /28* L at HOU Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/11* W ATL /18* L at NO /25* L GB /2* W CAR /10* L at DET /16* W MIN /23* W at TB /7* W at PHI /13* W DET t /20* W SD /27* L at OAK /4* L KC /11* L at DEN /18* L SEA /25* L at GB /1* W at MIN t Totals TILLMAN 2009 CHICAGO BEARS 9/13* L at GB /20* W PIT /27* W at SEA /4* W DET /18* L at ATL /25* L at CIN /1* W CLE t /8* L ARZ /12* L at SF /22* L PHI /29* L at MIN /6* W STL /13* L GB /20* L at BAL /288 W MIN /3 W at DET INJURED RESERVE Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/9* W IND /13* L at GB /23* W STL /1* W at DAL /7* W at JAX /22* W DET /28* W CAR /4* W at TEN /11* L HOU /19* L at SF /25* W MIN /2* L SEA /9* L at MIN /16* L GB /23* W at ARZ /30* W at DET Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/12* W DET /19* W at DAL /27* W GB /3* L at NYG /10* W at CAR /17* L SEA /24* L WAS /7* W at BUF /14* W MIN /18* W at MIA /28* W PHI /5* W at DET /12* L NE /20* W at MIN /26* W NYJ /2* L at GB Totals POSTSEASON 1/16* W SEA /23* L GB Totals CHICAGO BEARS 9/8* W CIN /15* W MIN /22* W at PIT /29* L at DET /6* L NO /10 W NYG INACTIVE 10/20* L at WAS /4* W at GB /10* L DET /17 W BAL INJURED RESERVE 11/24 L at STL INJURED RESERVE 12/1 L at MIN INJURED RESERVE 12/9 W DAL INJURED RESERVE 12/15 W at CLE INJURED RESERVE 12/22 L at PHI INJURED RESERVE 12/29 L GB INJURED RESERVE Totals *Denotes Game Started The Bears Share ticket donation program has been in effect since 1993 benefiting numerous local charities. Tickets can now be donated online through MY BEARS SEASON TICKET ACCOUNT. Simply log in to your personal account and select Manage My Tickets. Select the ticket(s) you wish to donate and select Donate To Charity. The tickets will automatically be forwarded to The original ticket(s) become invalid. Donors will receive an acknowledgement which should be retained for tax purposes. Tickets can also be mailed to the following address: Chicago Bears Football Club, c/o Bears Share, 1920 Football Drive, Lake Forest, IL Donations must occur at least four (4) business days prior to the game to allow for distribution. For more information regarding local agencies that are supported through Bears Share, please visit ChicagoBears.com/bearscare. 134 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

93 94 CORNELIUS WASHINGTON Ht: 6-4 Wt: 265 Age: 24 College: Georgia Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 2 Acquired: 6th round of the 2013 draft DEFENSIVE END PRO CAREER: Saw action in two games in his inaugural NFL season with the Bears, recording 1 tackle - which was a TFL. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as a sixth-round pick (188th overall) by Chicago in the 2013 NFL Draft... Signed by the Bears to a 4-year contract (5/1/12). SIGNED through 2016 WASHINGTON 2013 SEASON: The rookie appeared in 2 games recording 1 TFL. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 2-0 COLLEGE: Started 25-of-51 games for Georgia 1 as a strong-side defensive end; 8 as a strong-side outside linebacker; 6 as a weak-side outside linebacker; 10 as a weak-side defensive end Recorded 76 tackles (46 solos) during his career, and boasts 63 quarterback pressures, as he also recorded 10.5 sacks for minus 72 yards and 17 stops for losses of 87 yards Also recovered a pair of fumbles and deflected 1 pass. PERSONAL: Burke County, coached by Eric Parker... SuperPrep All-America, All-Dixie Teams... PrepStar Top 135 Dream Team Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern Georgia Football Magazine First-Team All-State Rivals.com Rivals250, weakside defensive ends (3), Georgia Top 50 (10)... UGASports Georgia Top 50 (7)... Scout.com four-star prospect, Top 150, #136 player in America, #13 DE in the nation, #42 prospect in the South, #9 prospect in Georgia Parade All- American One s To Watch list... Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAA All-State Honorable Mention... As a senior in 2007, recorded 55 tackles including 44 solo, six sacks, 18 tackles for a loss, forced 3 fumbles and registered 7 QB pressures... Also appeared as an offensive threat, catching 4 passes for 17 yards and 2 TDs. CORNELIUS WASHINGTON S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2013 Chicago SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 1, vs. DET (11/10)...Same...None Solos... None...None...None Sacks... None...None...None Sack Yards... None...None...None CHICAGOBEARS.COM 135

94 14 ERIC WEEMS Ht: 5-9 Wt: 195 Age: 29 College: Bethune-Cookman Bears Season: 3 NFL Season: 8 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2012 (ATL) WIDE RECEIVER/KICK RETURNER WEEMS PRO CAREER: Pro Bowl (2010) special teamer has appeared in 87 games with 7 starts at WR over seven NFL seasons with Atlanta ( ) and Chicago ( )... Has recorded 815 punt return yards and a touchdown on 78 punt returns (10.4 ypr) and 3,184 kickoff return yards and a touchdown on 131 returns (24.3 ypr)... Has added 66 career special teams tackles 3,999 total return yards are 13th in the NFL over the last seven seasons Has 26 receptions for 240 yards (8.9 ypr) and 2 touchdowns and 8 rushes for 53 yards First player in Falcons history to record both a punt and kickoff return touchdown... In three career playoff contests, has 10 kickoff returns for 278 yards, including NFL playoff record 102-yard kickoff return touchdown in Divisional Round playoff game against Green Bay (1/15/11). HONORS AND AWARDS: Pro Bowl, All-NFL Team (Pro Football Weekly), NFC Special Teams Player of the Week (Week 13 at Tampa Bay). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Atlanta as an undrafted free agent (5/1/07)... Released by Falcons (9/3/07)... Signed to Atlanta s practice squad (9/4/07)... Elevated to Falcons active roster (12/30/07)... Released by Atlanta (8/30/08)... Signed to Falcons practice squad (8/31/08)... Elevated to Atlanta s active roster (11/19/08)... Signed 1-year deal with Falcons (7/30/11)... Signed 3-year contract with Chicago (3/15/12) as an unrestricted free agent. SIGNED through SEASON: Appeared in all 16 games for his second straight season as a Bear and fifth straight season overall Offensively, recorded 1 catch for 8 yards Tallied 13 special teams tackles and had 5 kick returns for 57 yards (11.4 avg). GAMES PLAYED-STARTED 16-0 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Appeared in 16 games with one start in first season with the Bears... Returned 13 kicks for 231 yards (17.8 avg)... Had 1 punt return for 0 yards and 1 FC... Added 12 STTs... Offensively, recorded 2 catches for 27 yards (13.5 avg)... Started as third WR at Minnesota (12/9) Appeared in all 16 contests for the Falcons with two starts, recording 315 punt return yards on 32 returns (9.8 ypr) and 563 kickoff return yards on 24 returns (23.5 ypr)... Added 12 special teams tackles and 11 receptions for 90 yards (8.2 ypr) Named to first career Pro Bowl as a special teamer after compiling 1,100 yards and a touchdown on 40 kickoff returns (23.8 ypr), 230 yards and a touchdown on 18 punt returns (12.8 ypr) and a team-high 16 special teams tackles... One of two NFL players (Marc Mariani, Tennessee) to have both a punt and kickoff return touchdown... Added 6 receptions for 61 yards (10.1 ypr)... Established franchise record with 102-yard kickoff return touchdown at Tampa Bay (12/5)... Had NFL playoff record 102-yard kickoff return touchdown in Divisional Round playoff game against Green Bay (1/15)... In three playoff contests, had 10 kickoff returns for 278 yards and a touchdown Appeared in all 16 games and had career-high 1,214 kickoff return yards, which ranked eighth in NFL and fourth in NFC... Added 270 yards on 27 punt returns, 10 special teams tackles, six receptions for 50 yards (8.3 ypr) and two touchdowns and eight carries for 53 yards (6.6 ypc) Appeared in six contests and had 3 special teams tackles, a 19-yard punt return and 4-yard reception... Spent first 11 weeks on Falcons practice squad Spent first 16 weeks of season on practice squad before being elevated to active roster and making NFL debut in Week 17 vs. SEA (12/30). COLLEGE: Posted 178 receptions for 2,533 yards with 19 touchdowns in 42 games as a member of the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats... Recorded career highs in catches (62), receiving yards (864) and touchdowns (nine) as a senior in 2006 and tallied the sixth-most touchdowns scored in a single season in MEAC history (10). 136 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

95 PERSONAL: Prepped at Seabreeze (Ormond Beach, FL) High School where he was named an all-state and all-area performer... Earned team MVP honors as a senior after collecting 97 tackles and two sacks as a defensive back... Participated in basketball and earned all-area honors by averaging 23.5 points per game with four steals and nine rebounds. ERIC WEEMS NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Rush Yds Avg Lg TD STT 2007 Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta t Atlanta Atlanta Chicago Chicago Bears totals NFL Totals t Year Team KR Yds Avg LG TD PR FC Yds Avg Lg TD 2007 Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta 48 1, Atlanta 40 1, t t Atlanta Chicago Chicago NFL Totals 127 3, t t 1 ADDITIONAL STATS: Special Teams Touchdowns - 2: 102-yard kickoff return at TB (12/5/10), 55-yard punt return vs. CAR (1/2/11); Playoffs - 1: 102-yard kickoff return vs. GB (Divisional Playoff, 1/15/11). WEEMS POSTSEASON Year Team GP-GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Rush Yds Avg Lg TD STT 2008 Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Postseason Year Team GP KR Yds Avg LG TD PR FC Yds Avg Lg TD 2008 Atlanta Atlanta t Atlanta Postseason t SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff PHI (12/22)...4, at PIT (9/12/10)...None Receiving PHI (12/22)...36, at PIT (9/12/10)...None Longest PHI (12/22)...30t, at DAL (10/25/09)...None Receiving TDs...N/A...1, twice...none ERIC WEEMS GAME-BY-GAME STATS 5-2 Regular Season Starting Record (0-0 Postseason) 2007 ATLANTA FALCONS Receiving Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg. Lg TD PR Yds Avg FC Lg TD KR Yds Avg Lg TD 12/30 W SEA ATLANTA FALCONS Receiving Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg. Lg TD PR Yds Avg FC Lg TD KR Yds Avg Lg TD 11/23 W CAR /30 W at SD /7 L at NO /14 W TB /21 W at MIN /28 W STL Totals POSTSEASON 1/3 L at ARZ CHICAGOBEARS.COM 137

96 2009 ATLANTA FALCONS Receiving Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg. Lg TD PR Yds Avg FC Lg TD KR Yds Avg Lg TD 9/13 W MIA /20 W CAR /27 L at NE /11 W at SF /18 W CHI /25 L at DAL t /2 L at NO /8 W WAS /15 L at CAR /22 L at NYG t /29 W TB /6 L PHI /13 L NO /20 W at NYJ /27 W BUF /3 W at TB Totals t , WEEMS 2010 ATLANTA FALCONS Receiving Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg. Lg TD PR Yds Avg FC Lg TD KR Yds Avg Lg TD 9/12 L at PIT /19* W ARZ /26 W at NO /3 W SF /10* W at CLE /17 L at PHI /24 W CIN /7 W TB /11* W BAL /21 W at STL /28 W GB /5 W at TB t 1 12/12* W at CAR /19 W at SEA /27 L NO /2 W CAR t Totals t , t 1 POSTSEASON 1/15 L GB t ATLANTA FALCONS Receiving Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg. Lg TD PR Yds Avg FC Lg TD KR Yds Avg Lg TD 9/11 L at CHI /18 W PHI /25 L at TB /2 W at SEA /9 L GB /16 W CAR /23 W at DET /6 W at IND /13 L NO /20* W TEN /27 W MIN /4 L at HOU /11 W at CAR /15 W JAX /26* L at NO /1 W TB Totals POSTSEASON 1/8 L at NYG CHICAGO BEARS Receiving Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg. Lg TD PR Yds Avg FC Lg TD KR Yds Avg Lg TD 9/9 W IND /13 L at GB /23 W STL /1 W at DAL /7 W at JAX /22 W DET /28 W CAR /4 W at TEN /11 L HOU /19 L at SF /25 W MIN /2 L SEA /9* L at MIN /16 L GB /23 W at ARZ /30 W at DET Totals CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

97 2013 CHICAGO BEARS Receiving Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Date W/L Opp. Rec Yds Avg. Lg TD PR Yds Avg FC Lg TD KR Yds Avg Lg TD 9/8 W CIN /15 W MIN /22 W at PIT /29 L at DET /6 L NO /10 W NYG /20 L at WAS /4 W at GB /10 L DET /17 W BAL /24 L at STL /1 L at MIN /9 W DAL /15 W at CLE /22 L at PHI /29 L GB Totals *Denotes Game Started MARSHALL LAW In two seasons in Chicago, Pro Bowl WR Brandon Marshall has rewritten the Bears record books in most major receiving categories. In 2012, Marshall established the Bears single-season record in receptions with 118 and receiving yards with 1,508. Marshall s 100 receptions in 2013 were second in franchise single-season history and his 1,295 receiving yards that season were fifth. His 12 receiving touchdowns in 2013 were tied for third in Bears single-season history while his 11 receiving touchdowns in 2012 were tied for sixth..marshall now has 712 receptions for 9,050 yards (12.7 ypc) and 57 touchdowns in eight NFL seasons..since joining the NFL in 2006, the five-time Pro Bowler ranks third in receptions and fifth in receiving yardage. Marshall is the only player in the NFL to have over 1,000 yards receiving in each season from Marshall is also the only receiver in the NFL to haul in 80-plus receptions in each of the last seven seasons. WEEMS MOST RECEPTIONS IN THE NFL Since 2006 Player Team(s) G Rec. Yds. Avg. TDs 1. Wes Welker MIA-NE-DEN , Andre Johnson HOU , Brandon Marshall DEN-MIA-CHI , Reggie Wayne IND , Jason Witten DAL , MOST RECEIVING YARDS IN THE NFL Since 2006 Player Team(s) G Rec. Yds. Avg. TDs 1. Andre Johnson HOU , Reggie Wayne IND , Calvin Johnson DET , Larry Fitzgerald ARZ , Brandon Marshall DEN-MIA-CHI , CHICAGOBEARS.COM 139

98 WILLIAMS, D.J. 58 D.J. WILLIAMS Ht: 6-1 Wt: 242 Age: 31 College: Miami (FL) Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 11 Acquired: Waived free agent in 2013 (DEN) LINEBACKER PRO CAREER: Played in 133 games with 119 starts during his 10-year career with Denver ( ) and Chicago (2013)... Recorded 925 tackles (694 solo), 22.5 sacks, 2 INTs, 41 PBUs, 15 FFs and 7 FRs... Owns five 100-tackle seasons, including four seasons in a row ( ) Tallied a personal-best 170 stops in 2007, along with tackle games for his career... Led the Broncos in tackles five times in his nine years in the league... Started for the Broncos at weakside linebacker in 2004, 08 and 11, strongside linebacker from , middle linebacker in 07 and inside linebacker from Started at middle linebacker for the bears in 2013 Finished the 2010 season as the only player in the NFL to lead his team in tackles (119) and sacks (5.5) with the latter figure representing a career high... Did not miss a regular-season game or a playoff contest in his first four seasons ( ) with Denver as its only defender to see time in all 67 Broncos contests during that period... Became the first rookie in Broncos history to lead the club in tackles with 114 stops in 2004 en route to finishing third in Associated Press NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year voting. HONORS & AWARDS: Pro Football Weekly/PFWA All-Rookie honors. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Denver Broncos in the 1st round (17th overall) of the 2004 NFL draft... Signed with Broncos (7/28/04)... Released by Broncos (3/11/13)... Signed 1-year contract with Chicago (3/22/13)... Re-signed with the Bears. SIGNED through SEASON: Started 4-of-6 in his first year as a Bear Notched 39 tackles (21 solo), 2 sacks, 1 FF and 2 TFLs His 2 sacks placed second amongst Bears LBs in GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 6-4 PREVIOUS SEASONS: Played in 7 games with 1 start for Denver... Compiled 14 tackles (10 solo) and 1 PBU Started all 13 regular-season games played and led the team in tackles (90) for the third consecutive year and fifth time in his eight NFL seasons... Added 5 sacks, 2 PBUs, 3 FFs and 1 FR... Opened both postseason contests for Denver and totaled 13 tackles (6 solo) and 2 PBUs... Missed the first three games of the season with an elbow injury Williams played all 16 games (15 starts) at inside linebacker and posted 119 tackles (94 solo), including a career-high 5.5 sacks, to go along with 9 PBUs, 1 FF and 1 FR... Represented the only player in the NFL to lead his team in tackles and sacks... Joined just three other players in the league with at least 100 tackles and 5 sacks Started all 16 games for the Broncos at inside linebacker, totaling 122 tackles (100 solo), 3.5 sacks, 7 PBUs, 3 FFs and 2 FRs... Named a Pro Bowl alternate... Ranked sixth in the AFC (11th in NFL) in tackles while posting career highs in sacks and PBUs... Helped Denver rank seventh in the league defensively in both yards per play (5.0) and yards per game (315.0)... Had four 10-tackle games Returned to the weakside linebacker position for the first time since his rookie season and played 11 games (all starts) for Denver, finishing second on the team with 103 tackles (83 solo)... Notched 2.5 sacks, 1 PBU and 1 FR... Ranked sixth in the NFL in tackles per game (8.5 / 93 total) according to press box statistics... Started Denver s first eight games, recording double-digit tackle totals in five of those contests, before suffering a left knee injury vs. Mia. (11/2) and missing the next five games (Games 9-13)... Tied for the NFL lead in tackles (77) at the time of the injury according to press box totals In his first season playing middle linebacker, started all 16 games for the first time in his career and led the Broncos with a career-high 170 tackles (121 solo)... Added 1 sack, 1 INT, 4 PBUs, 3 FFs (second most on the team) and 2 FRs... Posted at least a share of Denver s tackle lead in 11 games... Registered the highest tackle total (170) by a Bronco since 2002 (LB Al Wilson, 199)... Credited with an AFC-best 141 tackles (106 solo) according to press box figures with that total ranking second in the NFL... Had 10 games with at least 10 tackles... Whistled for only one penalty (5 yds.) all season Posted 86 tackles (69 solo), 1 sack, 3 PBUs and 2 FFs in 16 games (15 starts) for the Broncos... Played at the strongside position Placed sixth on the Broncos with 68 tackles (44 solo) while adding 5 PBUs and 1 FF 140 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

99 in 16 games (14 starts) at strongside linebacker... Key part of a Denver team that won the AFC West title and advanced to the AFC Championship Game... Helped the club rank second in the NFL against the run (85.2 ypg.) and tie for third in the league in scoring defense (16.1 ppg.)... Contributed 2 tackles and 1 FF on special teams... Placed second on the club with 17 tackles (10 solo) while adding half a sack in two playoff games, including 10 stops (5 solo) and half a sack in the AFC Championship Game vs. Pit. (1/22) Played 16 games (14 starts) at weakside linebacker and totaled 114 tackles (82 solo), 2 sacks, 1 INT, 9 PBUs and 1 FF... Finished third in the Associated Press NFL Defensive rookie-of-the-year voting and received Pro Football Weekly/ PFWA All-Rookie recognition... Became the first Broncos rookie in club history to own the team s outright lead in tackles for the season... Recorded seven tackles (5 solo) in an AFC Wild Card Game at Ind. (1/9)... Was the only rookie in the league to receive AFC Defensive Player of the Week accolades (Wk. 16 at Tennessee) and also earned NFL defensive rookie-of-the-month honors for December, becoming the first Bronco in club history to receive that honor. COLLEGE: Was a three-year starter at the University of Miami, playing 47 career games (34 starts) and totaling 241 tackles (124 solo), 10 sacks, 28 TFLs, 4 FFs, 1 FR and 10 PBUs... Started his collegiate career at fullback and totaled 18 career rushes for 142 yards (7.9 avg.) with 2 TDs while catching 12 passes for 153 yards (11.9 avg.)... Blossomed into one of the best players in the country at linebacker, finishing his senior year in 2003 as a semifinalist for the Butkus Award (nation s top linebacker) for the second consecutive year and earning a selection to the All-America Dream Team (The NFL Draft Report)... Named third-team All-America by the Associated Press and first-team all-big East Conference as a senior... Was a semifinalist for the Butkus Award and a first-team all-big East selection as a junior... Helped Miami capture the national championship as a sophomore with a Rose Bowl win against Nebraska... Played as a reserve fullback in 2000 during his freshman campaign before switching to linebacker. WILLIAMS, D.J. PERSONAL: Earned USA Today defensive player-of-the-year honors and was regarded as the top defensive player in the nation at De La Salle High School (Concord, CA), one of the top prep programs in the country... Helped his team post a combined 36-0 record and was part of the school s national-record 151-game winning streak that was snapped in Rated as the top player in the nation by SuperPrep as well as the No. 1 prospect on the Far West Team... Listed as the national defensive MVP, Western Region MVP and No. 1 linebacker on PrepStar s 1999 Top-100 Dream Team... Tabbed a SuperPrep All-American and recorded 130 career tackles (87 solo) and 6 sacks while rushing for 1,974 yards... Broke the school record for touchdowns in a season with 42 (33 rushing, 5 receiving, 3 punt return and 1 kickoff return). D.J. WILLIAMS NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2004 Denver N/A N/A Denver N/A N/A Denver N/A N/A Denver N/A N/A Denver N/A N/A Denver N/A N/A Denver N/A N/A Denver N/A N/A Denver N/A N/A N/A 2013 Chicago NFL totals N/A N/A N/A POSTSEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2004 Denver N/A N/A Denver N/A N/A Denver N/A N/A Denver N/A N/A 0 Postseason N/A N/A 0 SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 12, vs. NO (10/6)...17, vs. NO (9/21/08)...10, vs. PIT (1/22/06) Solos... 9, vs. NO (10/6)...15,vs. NO (9/21/08)...5, twice Sacks... PIT (9/22)...2, three times...0.5, vs. PIT (1/22/06) CHICAGOBEARS.COM 141

100 WILLIAMS, D.J. D.J. WILLIAMS GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS Regular Season Starting Record (2-3 Postseason Record) 2004 DENVER BRONCOS 9/12* W KC N/A 9/19* L at JAX N/A 9/26* W SD N/A 10/3* W at TB N/A 10/10* W CAR N/A 10/17* W at OAK N/A 10/25* L at CIN N/A 1031* L ATL N/A 11/7 W HOU N/A 11/21* W at NO N/A 11/28 L OAK N/A 12/5* L at SD N/A 12/12* W MIA N/A 12/19* L at KC N/A 12/25* W at TEN N/A 1/2* W IND N/A Totals N/A POSTSEASON 1/9* L at IND N/A 2005 DENVER BRONCOS 9/11* L at MIA N/A 9/18* W SD N/A 9/26* W KC N/A 10/2* W at JAX N/A 10/9* W WAS N/A 10/16* W NE N/A 10/23* L ar NYG N/A 10/30 W PHI N/A 11/13 W at OAK N/A 11/20* W NYJ N/A 11/24* W at DAL N/A 12/4* L at KC N/A 12/11* W BAL N/A 12/17* W at BUF N/A 12/24* W OAK N/A 12/31* W at SD N/A Totals N/A POSTSEASON 1/14* W NE N/A 1/22* L PIT N/A Totals N/A 2006 DENVER BRONCOS 9/10* L at STL N/A 9/17* W KC N/A 9/24* W at NE N/A 10/9* W BAL N/A 10/15* W OAK N/A 10/22* W at CLE N/A 10/29* L IND N/A 11/5* W at PIT N/A 11/12* W at OAK N/A 11/19* L SD N/A 11/23* L at KC N/A 12/3 L SEA N/A 12/10* L at SD N/A 12/17* W at ARI N/A 12/24* W CIN N/A 12/31* L SF N/A Totals N/A 2007 DENVER BRONCOS 9/9* W at BUF N/A 9/16* W OAK N/A 9/23* L JAX N/A 9/30* L at IND N/A 10/7* L SD N/A 10/21* W PIT N/A 10/29* L GB N/A 11/4* L at DET N/A 11/11* W at KC N/A 11/19* W TEN N/A 11/25* L at CHI N/A 12/2* L at OAK N/A 12/9* W KC N/A 12/13* L at HOU N/A 12/24* L at SD N/A 12/30* W MIN N/A Totals N/A 2008 DENVER BRONCOS 9/8* W at OAK N/A 9/14* W SD N/A 9/21* W NO N/A 9/28* L at KC N/A 10/5* W TB N/A 10/12* L JAX N/A 10/20* L at NE N/A 11/2* L MIA N/A Inactive Weeks /14* L at CAR N/A 12/21* L BUF N/A 12/28* L at SD N/A Totals N/A 2009 DENVER BRONCOS 9/13* W at CIN N/A 9/20* W CLE N/A 9/27* W at OAK N/A 10/4* W DAL N/A 10/11* W NE N/A 10/19* W at SD N/A 11/1* L at BAL N/A 11/9* L PIT N/A 11/15* L at WAS N/A 11/22* L SD N/A 11/26* W NYG N/A 12/6* W at KC N/A 12/13* L at IND N/A 12/20* L OAK N/A 12/27* L at PHI N/A 1/3* L KC N/A Totals N/A 2010 DENVER BRONCOS 9/12* L at JAX N/A 9/19* W SEA N/A 9/26* L IND N/A 10/3* W at TEN N/A 10/10* L at BAL N/A 10/17* L NYJ N/A 10/24* L OAK N/A 10/31* L at SF N/A 11/14 W KC N/A 11/22* L at SD N/A 11/28* L STL N/A 12/5* L at KC N/A 12/12* L at ARI N/A 12/19* L at OAK N/A 12/26* W HOU N/A 1/2* L SD N/A Totals N/A 2011 DENVER BRONCOS Inactive Weeks /2* L at GB N/A 10/9* L SD N/A 10/23* W at MIA N/A 10/30* L DET N/A 11/6* W at OAK N/A 11/13* W at KC N/A 11/17* W NYJ N/A 11/27* W at SD N/A 12/4* W at MIN N/A 12/11* W CHI N/A 12/18* L NE N/A 12/24* L at BUF N/A 1/1* L KC N/A Totals N/A POSTSEASON 1/8* W PIT N/A 1/14* L at NE N/A Totals N/A 2012 DENVER BRONCOS Suspended by NFL Games /18 W at SD N/A 11/25 W at KC N/A 12/2 W TB N/A 12/6* W at OAK N/A 12/16 W at BAL N/A 12/23 W CLE N/A 12/30 W KC N/A Totals N/A POSTSEASON 1/12 L BAL N/A 2013 CHICAGO BEARS 9/8* W CIN /15* W MIN /22* W at PIT /29 L at DET /6 L NO /10* W NYG Injured Reserve Weeks 7-16 Totals *Denotes Game Started 142 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

101 44 ADRIAN WILSON Ht: 6-3 Wt: 230 Age: 34 College: NC State Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 14 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (NE) SAFETY PRO CAREER: Joins the Bears after appearing in 181 games (162 starts) for the Arizona Cardinals between games played with the Cardinals ranks tied for the 6th highest total in franchise history In 181 career games, has recorded 978 tackles, 25.5 sacks, 27 INTs, 106 passes defensed, 13 forced fumbles, 9 fumble recoveries and has scored 4 TDs His 27 INTs rank as the sixth-best total Cardinals history while his 508 career INT return yards rank as the fifth-highest total in team history Since sacks became an official statistic in 1982, his 25.5 sacks rank as the third-best total in NFL history among safeties behind Rodney Harrison (30.5) and Brian Dawkins (26) Dating back to 2005, his 22.5 sacks are more than any other safety in the league During the 2009 season, reached 20 career INTs and 20 career sacks, becoming just the 10th player in NFL history with 20 INTs and 20 sacks in their career In 2006, returned both an INT and a fumble 99 yards for TDs, becoming the first defensive player in NFL history with two TDs of 99+ yards in the same season; also only NFL player ever with multiple 99-yarders without the benefit of a kickoff return His team-high 8.0 sacks in 2005 were the most in a single season in NFL history by a defensive back since sacks became an official statistic in 1982, the previous record belonged to the Bears Dave Duerson (7.0 in 1986). WILSON, A. HONORS & AWARDS: Pro Bowl Pro Bowl; NFC Defensive Player of the Week (9/12) Pro Bowl; First-team All-Pro (AP); NFC Defensive Player of the Week (11/1) Pro Bowl; Second-team All-Pro (AP) Pro Bowl; Secondteam All-Pro (AP) NFC Defensive Player of the Week (10/3) NFC Defensive Player of the Week (10/20). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Arizona Cardinals in the 3rd round (64th overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft Signed with the Cardinals (7/24/01) Signed by the New England Patriots (3/16/13) Placed on IR (8/31/13) Waived by New England (4/4/14) Signed by the Chicago Bears (6/23/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Was placed on IR following the Patriots preseason finale with an Achilles injury. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 0-0 PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012 Played in 15 games with 14 starts, totaling 54 tackles, 3 sacks, 1 interception, 1 forced fumble and 5 passes defensed Missed one game due to injury Started all 16 games for the third consecutive season, finishing with 75 tackles, 1 interception, 1 fumble recovery and a career-high 16 passes defensed Selected as a team captain and was named to the Pro Bowl for the fourth straight year Played 1,134 snaps, the most of any defensive player in the league Started in all 16 games, tallying a career-high 118 tackles, 2 sacks, 2 interceptions and 7 passes defensed Earned his third consecutive Pro Bowl selection Selected as a captain Started all 16 games, recording 80 tackles, 2 sacks, a career-high 5 interceptions along with 15 passes defensed, 2 fumble recoveries and 1 forced fumble Started both postseason games, totaling 9 tackles and 2 passes defensed Selected as a team captain for the second time Named to the NFC Pro Bowl team for the second consecutive year Played in 15 games with 14 starts, registering 85 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 2 interceptions, 8 passes defensed and 2 forced fumbles Started in all four postseason games, including Super Bowl XLIII, recording 20 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 pass defensed and 2 forced fumbles 7 tackles lead Arizona vs. PIT (2/1) in Super Bowl XLIII Named to the NFC Pro Bowl team for the second time in his career Started the first 9 games of the season before suffering a season-ending heel injury and being placed on Injured Reserve (12/1), finished with 54 tackles, 2 interceptions and 3 passes defensed Selected as a team captain Started in all 16 games, recording 87 tackles, 5 sacks, 4 interceptions, including one for a 99-yard touchdown, 9 passes defensed, 2 fumble recoveries, one of which was returned 99 yards for a score and 4 forced fumbles Selected to his first Pro Bowl Became the first player in NFL history to record 2 touchdowns of 99-plus yards in a single season without the benefit CHICAGOBEARS.COM 143

102 of a kickoff return touchdown Started all 16 games, finishing 112 tackles and a career-high 8 sacks, in addition to 1 interception, 2 fumble recoveries, 2 forced fumbles and 9 passes defensed Became the first defensive back in NFL history with eight or more sacks in one season Started all 16 games, totaling 99 tackles, 1 sack, 3 interceptions, 11 passes defensed, 3 fumble recoveries and 1 forced fumble Played in all 16 games with 15 starts games, tallying 72 tackles and seven passes defensed Played and started in 14 games, recording 110 tackles in his first year as a starter, 1.5 sacks, 4 interceptions and 1 forced fumble Named NFC Defensive Player of the Week after intercepting 3 passes and recording 1 sack vs. Dallas (10/20) Started first round playoff game at San Francisco, registering five tackles Played in all 16 games as a rookie, finishing with 32 tackles, 0.5 sack, 10 passes defensed and 2 interceptions, including 1 for a touchdown, in addition to 12 special teams tackles. WILSON, A. COLLEGE: Two-year starting SS at North Carolina State Recorded 254 total tackles (144 solos) and 11 stops behind the line of scrimmage in 33 games for the Wolfpack Career tackles total most by a N.C. State DB since James Walker collected 289 stops from Added 2 INTs and 11 pass deflections in 23 career starts before entering the NFL Draft following his junior season. PERSONAL: Played safety and split end at T.W. Andrews High School (High Point, N.C), where his number was retired in June 2010 Also played basketball and ran track in high school, earning All-America honorable mention honors in basketball, as well as a Dream Team All-America selection Has one daughter, Aubrei Reign, and two sons, Adrian, Jr. and Brooklyn Maximus, with wife, Alicia. ADRIAN WILSON S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2001 Arizona t N/A Arizona N/A Arizona N/A Arizona N/A Arizona N/A Arizona t N/A Arizona N/A Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona New England INJURED RESERVE NFL totals t N/A 20 ADDITIONAL STATS: Touchdowns - 4: 99-yard fumble Minnesota (11/26/06); 99-yard interception Atlanta (10/01/06); 35-yard fumble New Orleans (10/3/04); 61-yard interception Washington (1/6/02). Blocked Punts - 1: vs. San Francisco (10/26/2003). Blocked FG - St. Louis (9/12/2010). POSTSEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2008 Arizona Arizona Postseason SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles...None... 17, at DET (11/13/05)...7, vs. PIT (2/1/09) Solos...None... 12, vs. DEN (12/12/10)...7, vs. PIT (2/1/09) Pass Defenses...None... 4, at SF (12/14/09)...1, three times Interceptions...None... 3, at STL (11/20/05)...None 144 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

103 10 MARQUESS WILSON Ht: 6-4 Wt: 184 Age: 21 College: Washington State Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 2 Acquired: 7th round of the 2013 draft WIDE RECEIVER PRO CAREER: Hauled in 2 catches for 13 yards (6.5 ypc) in 10 games with 1 start as a rookie in CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted in the seventh round (236th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft Signed a 4-year deal with Chicago (5/2/13). SIGNED through 2016 WILSON, M SEASON: Played in 10 games in his inaugural NFL season Started the final game of the season vs. GB (12/29) Gained 13 yards on 2 catches (6.5 ypc). GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: 10-1 COLLEGE: Appeared in 33 games, made 27 starts... Finished career first in school-history with 3,207 career receiving yards, ninth-most in Pac-12 history... Recorded the second-most receptions (189) and receiving TDs (23) in school-history...recorded school-records for 100-yard games (14) and 150-yard games (4)... Had 5 multi-touchdown games... Two-time all-conference selection. PERSONAL: Three-year letterwinner in football for head coach Darren Bennett... Two-year team captain... Also lettered four times in track and field and three times in basketball... Two-year captain in basketball and one-time team captain in track and field... Senior year named first-team All-East Yosemite League, Fresno Bee All-Area and Visalia Times-Delta All-County after hauling in 50 catches for 1,083 yards and 22 TDs... Also a standout defensively for the Redskins, garnering MaxPreps Division II All-State at defensive back... Led Tulare Union to the semifinals of the CIF-Central Section Division II playoffs... Junior year named the Visalia Times-Delta All-Tulare County High School Athlete of the Year after garnering first-team all-league accolades in three different sports... Named first-team all-league in football on both offense and defense... Hauled in 37 receptions for 836 yards and a county-leading 17 TDs... Also played cornerback for the Central Section Division II Championship team... Voted the East Yosemite League s Most Valuable Player in basketball... Won league titles in track and field in the high, long and triple jumps. MARQUESS WILSON S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Rush Yds Avg Lg TD 2013 Chicago SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Receptions... 1, twice... Same... None Receiving Yards... 10, vs. GB (12/29)... Same... None Longest Reception... 10, vs. GB (12/29)... Same... None Receiving TDs... None... None... None CHICAGOBEARS.COM 145

104 97 WILLIE YOUNG Ht: 6-4 Wt: 251 Age: 28 College: NC State Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 5 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (DET) DEFENSIVE END YOUNG PRO CAREER: Enters his first season with the Bears, totaling 72 tackles, 6 sacks, 7 PBUs, 11 TFLs and 2 FRs in 48 career games, including 15 starts, with the Detroit Lions ( ) Is coming off of career-highs in almost every statistical category including tackles (47), PBUs (5), TFLs (7) and FRs (2) Has played in 16 games in each of the last two seasons. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Detroit Lions in the 7th round (213th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft Signed with the Lions (6/28/10) Re-signed with Detroit (4/15/13) Signed with the Chicago Bears (3/13/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Started 15-of-16 games collecting 47 tackles, 3 sacks, 5 PBUs, 7 TFLs and 2 FRs. Set career-highs in tackles, PBUs, TFLs, and FRs, and tied his career-high in sacks His 5 PBUs ranked tied for 8th in the NFL amongst defensive linemen. GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012 Appeared in 16 contests collecting 11 tackles, 1 PBU and 1 TFL In 14 games, notched 14 tackles, 3 sacks, 1 PBU and 3 TFLs Saw action in 2 games as a rookie. COLLEGE: Started 36-of-49 games at North Carolina State, including 28 at right defensive end and eight more on the left side. Recorded 194 tackles (109 solos) with 20.0 sacks for minus 140 yards, 46 TFLs totaling 235 yards and 29 pressures Caused 4 fumbles and recovered 2 others... Deflected 11 passes and intercepted 3 others for 42 yards in returns, including a TD Became just the sixth player in school history to register 20.0 sacks during a career 8 sacks in 2009 tied for seventh place on the school s single-season record chart 1-of-5 Wolfpack defenders to record at least 40 TFLs in a career, as only Mario Williams (55.5, )had more than Young s 46.0 on the school s all-time record chart 15 TFLs in 2007 tied Levar Fisher (2000), Pat Thomas (2003) and Mario Williams (2004) for 7th on State s single-season record list In 2009, named second-team All-ACC selection Started all 12 games for the first time during his career, leading the team in sacks and TFLs... Finished 6th on the squad with 54 tackles (32 solos) His 8 sacks ranked third in the ACC and tied for 35th in the nation Also finished 3rd in the conference with 14.0 TFLs... Had three pressures, 2 FF and 3 PBUs, also recorded first career INT... Served as one of the team s three captains Started 11-of-13 games in 2008 at right defensive end Led the team with 6.5 sacks and 12.5 TFLs... Also paced the Pack with 10 pressures Recovered 2 fumbles, blocked 1 kick, intercepted 1 pass and deflected 4 others As a sophomore in 2007, played in all 12 games, starting the final eight contests at left defensive end... Led the team with 5.5 sacks and his team-high 15.0 TFLs are the second-highest total by a sophomore in school annals and ranked fourth in the ACC... Credited with 11 pressures, as he caused 2 fumbles and had 3 pass defenses Saw action in all 12 games as a freshman, started 5 contests, including the last 4 of the season while sharing right defensive end duties... Recorded 5 QB pressures with 4.5 and 44 tackles (24 solos) Redshirted while competing on the scout team as a defensive end in 2005 Originally signed with the Pack in 2004, but attended prep school in the fall before enrolling back at State in Jan., PERSONAL: Attended Palm Beach (Fla.) Gardens Community High School, where the three-sport standout competed in football, basketball and track... First-team Class 6A All-State pick at defensive end, recorded 65 tackles, including 25 for loss, and had 12.0 sacks as a senior Made 60 tackles, 15 stops behind the line of scrimmage and 9 sacks as a junior In basketball, averaged 10 points and 12 rebounds per game in his final season Despite not joining the track team until midway through the season, finished fourth at the state 4A meet in the high jump. 146 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

105 WILLIE YOUNG S NFL STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2010 Detroit Detroit Detroit Detroit N/A 7 0 NFL totals N/A 11 0 POSTSEASON Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL STT 2011 Detroit SEASON / CAREER / PLAYOFF HIGHS 2013 Career Playoff Tackles... 5, four times...5, four times...2, at NO (1/7/12) Solos... 4, twice...4, twice...1, at NO (1/7/12) Sacks... 1, three times...1, six times...1, at NO (1/7/12) YOUNG WILLIE YOUNG GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATS 6-9 Regular Season Starting Record (0-1 Postseason Record) 2010 DETROIT LIONS Did not play weeks /14 L at BUF Did not play weeks /2 W MIN Totals DETROIT LIONS 9/11 W at TB N/A 9/18 W KC N/A 9/25 W at MIN N/A 10/2 W at DAL N/A 10/10 W CHI N/A 10/16 L SF N/A 10/23 L ATL DID NOT PLAY 10/30 W at DEN N/A 11/13 L at CHI N/A 11/20 W CAR DID NOT PLAY 11/24 L GB N/A 12/4 L at NO N/A 12/11 W MIN N/A 12/18 W at OAK N/A 12/24 W SD N/A 1/1 L at GB N/A Totals N/A POSTSEASON 1/7 L at NO N/A 2013 DETROIT LIONS 9/8* W MIN N/A 9/15* L at ARZ N/A 9/22 W at WAS N/A 9/29* W CHI N/A 10/6* L at GB N/A 10/13* W at CLE N/A 10/20* L CIN N/A 10/27* W DAL N/A 11/10* W at CHI N/A 11/17* L at PIT N/A 11/24* L TB N/A 11/28* W GB N/A 12/8* L at PHI N/A 12/16* L BAL N/A 12/22* L NYG N/A 12/29* L at MIN N/A Totals N/A *Denotes Game Started 2012 DETROIT LIONS 9/9 W STL N/A 9/16 L at SF N/A 9/23 L at TEN N/A 9/30 L MIN N/A 10/14 W at PHI N/A 10/22 L at CHI N/A 10/28 W SEA N/A 11/4 W at JAX N/A 11/11 L at MIN N/A 11/18 L GB N/A 11/22 L HOU N/A 12/2 L IND N/A 12/9 L at GB N/A 12/16 L at ARZ N/A 12/22 L ATL N/A 12/30 L CHI N/A Totals N/A CHICAGOBEARS.COM 147

106 11 JOSH Ht: 6-0 Wt: 206 Age: 25 College: Louisville Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 1 Acquired: Waived free agent in 2014 (NO) BELLAMY WIDE RECEIVER PRO EXPERIENCE PRO CAREER: Appeared in 8 games, recording 5 kickoff returns for 101 yards (20.2 avg), during stints in Kansas City (2012) and Washington (2013)... Also spent time on the Chiefs (2012), Chargers (2013) and Redskins (2013) practice squads. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed with the Kansas City Chiefs (4/30/12) Waived by the Chiefs (8/31/12) Signed to Kansas City s practice squad (9/1/12) Signed to the Chiefs active roster (12/8/12) Waived by Kansas City (8/31/13) Signed to the San Diego Chargers practice squad (9/10/13) Waived by the Chargers (11/19/13) Signed to the Washington Redskins practice squad (11/21/13) Signed to the Redskins active roster (11/26/13) Waived by Washington (4/5/14) Acquired from waivers by the Chicago Bears (4/8/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Appeared in 5 games for the Redskins Also spent time on their practice squad. PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012 Spent time on the Chiefs practice squad before being elevated to their active roster Appeared in 3 games, notching 5 kickoff returns for 101 yards (20.2 avg). COLLEGE: Played in 26 games (17 starts) in two seasons at Louisville Compiled 53 catches for 681 yards (12.8 avg.) with 7 TDs Prior to his arrival at Louisville, played at Butte Community College where he caught 80 passes for 1,307 yards (16.3 avg.) with 17 TDs, marking a school record Saw action on both sides of the ball at wide receiver and cornerback as a senior Played in 13 games with 4 starts, 3 at WR, 1 at CB Caught 24 passes for 280 yards (11.7 avg.) with 2 scores and recorded 10 tackles As a junior, appeared in 13 games (9 starts)... Recorded 29 receptions for 401 yards (13.8 avg.) and tied a team-high with 5 TDs Added 5 kickoff returns for 120 yards (24.0 avg.) PERSONAL: Played at Boca Ciega High School in Gulfport, FL. 38 SHAUN Ht: 6-0 Wt: 205 Age: 26 College: North Carolina Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 2 Acquired: Waived free agent in 2013 (IND) DRAUGHN RUNNING BACK PRO CAREER: Owns 63 rushes for 235 yards (3.7 avg) and 24 receptions for 158 yards (6.6 avg) and 2 total TDs on offense, while adding 25 kickoff returns for 590 yards (23.6 avg) on special teams Competed in games with the Kansas City Chiefs ( ), and the Baltimore Ravens (2013)... Originally entered the league as an undrafted free agent with the Washington Redskins (2011). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed with the Washington Redskins as an undrafted free agent (7/28/11) Waived by Washington (9/3/11) Signed to Kansas City s practice squad (10/5/11) Signed to Chiefs active roster (12/31/11) Waived by Kansas City (8/31/13) Signed by the Baltimore Ravens (9/11/13) Waived by Baltimore (10/10/13) Signed by the Indianapolis Colts (12/17/13) Waived by the Colts (12/21/13) Signed by the Chicago Bears (4/23/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Played in 3 games for the Ravens, recording 4 rushes for 2 yards and 2 kick returns for 53 yards (26.5 avg). PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012 In his second season in a Chiefs uniform, set career-highs in every offensive category, notching 233 yards on 59 carries (3.9 avg) and 2 TDs Added 24 receptions for 158 yards and 23 kick returns for 537 yards (23.3 avg) Appeared in 1 game as a special teamer for Kansas City... Spent the majority of the season on the Chiefs practice squad. COLLEGE: Played in 44 games (17 starts) at North Carolina... Began career as a safety before converting to running back as a sophomore... Rushed for 2,070 yards on 451 attempts (4.6 avg) with 10 TDs and caught 50 passes for 268 yards (5.4 avg) with 1 score... Saw action in 11 games (2 starts) as a senior in 2010, registering 129 carries for 637 yards (4.9 avg.) with a career-high 6 TDs to go along with 13 catches for 62 yards (4.8 avg)... Started first 9 games as a junior in 2009 before suffering a season ending shoulder injury, recording 124 carries for 567 yards (4.6 avg) and a TD with a career-best 21 receptions for 125 yards (6.0 avg.)... Played in all 13 games (6 starts) as a sophomore in 2008, logging career-bests of 198 carries and 866 yards (4.4 avg) with 3 TDs and posted 16 catches for 81 yards (5.1 avg.) with a score... Competed in CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

107 games as a redshirt freshman in 2007, primarily on special teams... Notched 5 tackles (three solo) on defense... Redshirted as a true freshman in Majored in Communications. PERSONAL: Earned first-team all-state honors as a running back at Tarboro High School in Tarboro, N.C. Named Offensive Player of the Year by The Daily Sentinel and Rocky Mount Telegram after rushing for 1,452 yards on 253 carries (5.7 avg) with 21 TDs as a senior Rushed for 952 yards and 18 TDs as a junior Also played quarterback, defensive back and linebacker during his prep career Both of his parents are ministers. 80 ARMANTI EDWARDS Ht: 5-11 Wt: 190 Age: 26 College: Appalachian State Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 5 Acquired: Waived free agent in 2014 (CLE) KICK RETURNER PRO CAREER: Joined the Bears during the 2014 offseason after appearing in 41 games over four seasons with the Carolina Panthers ( ) and Cleveland Browns (2013), returning 40 punts for 281 yards (7.0 ypr) and 15 kickoffs for 295 yards (19.7 ypr)... Has added 6 receptions for 131 yards (21.8 ypr) and 3 carries for 12 yards (4.0 ypc)... Completed 2-of-3 passing attempts for 11 yards in a Wildcat-style package called the Mountaineer formation, based on the nickname of his collegiate program. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected in the third round (89th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Panthers... Signed 4-year contract with Carolina (7/8/10)... Waived by the Panthers (10/8/13)... Signed by Cleveland (10/29/13)... Waived by the Browns (12/17/13)... Signed 1-year contract with Chicago (6/3/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Appeared in 6 games with Carolina (4 contests) and Cleveland (2 contests) recording 4 punt returns for 28 yards (7.0 ypr)... Added a 10-yard reception and 1 rush for no gain. PREVIOUS SEASONS: Saw action in all 16 games for the second-straight season with Carolina... Caught 5 receptions for 121 yards (24.2 ypc), including career-high 82-yarder at WAS (11/4)... Added 260 yards on 12 kickoff returns (21.7 ypr) and 77 yards on 2 punt returns (38.5 ypr), including career-high 69-yarder at NO (12/30)... Only pass attempt of the season fell incomplete Appeared in all 16 contests as Carolina s primary punt returner, collecting 176 yards on 32 returns (5.5 ypr)... Added 35 yards on 3 kickoff returns (11.7 ypr)... Offensively, had a 5-yard rush and an 11-yard completion Appeared in 3 games during rookie season with a 7-yard carry, a completion for 0 yards and 2 punt returns for 0 yards... Made NFL debut vs. CHI (10/10). COLLEGE: Only two-time winner of The Walter Payton Award ( ) - awarded annually to the most outstanding offensive player in the Division I FCS (formerly Division I-AA) - during four-year career ( ) at Appalachian State that included two national titles ( )... First player in NCAA Division I history to throw for over 10,000 yards and rush for over 4,000 yards in a career... Compiled a 42-7 record as a starter... Completed 768-of-1,180 passes for 10,392 yards, 74 touchdowns and 33 interceptions... Rushed 755 times for 4,361 yards (5.78 yard average) and 65 TDs... Totaled 98 touchdowns... His 14,753 yards of total offense are second in NCAA FCS history to Steve McNair s 16,823 yards ( , Alcorn St.)... His 1,588 rushing yards in 2007 were the third most by a QB in FCS history... His 4,361 rushing yards are third most in school history and eighth most overall (first among QBs) in Southern Conference annals... Was a Dean s List student while majoring in graphic arts and imaging technology. PERSONAL: Attended Greenwood (S.C.) High School... Threw for over 2,000 yards and ran for over 1,100 as a senior in 2005, accounting for 29 touchdowns (17 passing, 12 rushing)... Began playing quarterback midway through junior season after playing wide receiver earlier in high school career. PRO EXPERIENCE CHICAGOBEARS.COM 149

108 PRO EXPERIENCE 32 MICHAEL FORD Ht: 5-10 Wt: 216 Age: 24 College: LSU Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 2 Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2013 PRO CAREER: Appeared in 12 games during 2013 rookie season with Chicago, all on special teams, collecting 37 yards on 5 returns (7.4 ypr) of pooched kickoffs... Added 5 special teams tackles on coverage units. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as an undrafted free agent with Chicago (4/28/13). SIGNED though SEASON: Registered 5 kickoff returns for 37 yards (7.4 ypr) and 5 special teams stops while appearing in 12 games with Chicago... Made NFL debut on September 29 at Detroit... Saw action in Games 4-6 and 8-16; Inactive Games 1-3 and 7. COLLEGE: Played in 37 games with 5 starts in three seasons at LSU ( )... Finished career with 14 TDs (13 rushing, 1 receiving)... Had 1,392 rushing yards and 8 catches for 69 yards... Redshirted in Played in 13 games with no starts as a junior, finishing third on team with 392 rushing yards to go with 3 TDs; Added a 27.5 KR average on 20 returns (549 yards)... As a sophomore played in all 14 games with 3 starts, leading team in rushing yards with 756 while producing 7 rushing TDs... Played in 10 games with two starts as a redshirt freshmen and rushed 41 times for 235 yards and 3 TDs. PERSONAL: Named to the Parade Magazine All-America team and was a second-team All-USA selection by USA Today coming out of High School... During his senior season at Leesville High School (La.) rushed for 2,953 yards and 29 TDs en route to a first-team 4A all-state selection in Finished career with 20 straight 100-yard games, a streak that dated back to Broke Leesville rushing record as a senior with 2,447 yards... Honored for his performance by being invited to participate in the Hawaii Prep Football Classic. 53 JERRY FRANKLIN Ht: 6-1 Wt: 245 Age: 26 College: Arkansas Bears Season: 2 NFL Season: 2 Acquired: Practice squad claim in 2012 (DAL) RUNNING BACK LINEBACKER PRO CAREER: Appeared in 13 games as a special teamer over two seasons ( ) with Chicago, recording 8 tackles... Has spent time on the practice squads of Carolina and Dallas (2012) and Chicago (2013). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Denver Broncos (4/29/12) Waived by the Broncos (8/31/12) Signed to the Carolina Panthers practice squad (10/17/12) Terminated from the Panthers practice squad (11/6/12) Signed to the Dallas Cowboys practice squad (11/14/12) Signed by to the active roster by the Chicago Bears (12/11/12)... Waived by Chicago (8/30/13)... Signed to Bears practice squad (9/1/13)... Elavated to Bears active roster (10/18/13). SIGNED though SEASON: Appeard in 10 games on special teams for Chicago, collecting six stops on coverage units... Spent first six weeks of season on Bears practice squad. PREVIOUS SEASONS: Gathered 2 special teams stops in the final 3 contests of the season for Chicago... Made NFL debut on special teams in Week 15 vs. GB (12/16). COLLEGE: Appeared in 51 games with the Razorbacks ( ), making 50 starts Totaled 382 tackles, including 31.5 tackles for loss and 10 sacks Led Arkansas in tackles each of his four years Recorded 5 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles and 5 fumble recoveries Earned secondteam all-southeastern Conference honors as a junior Selected to the all-sec freshman team Majored in recreation and sport management. PERSONAL: Was named the Class 6A offensive player-of-the-year and the 6A East back-of-the-year at Marion (AR) High School Earned first-team all-state honors as a WR and RB Scored via the run, the pass, a fumble return, an interception return and a kickoff return Had 18 receptions for 463 yards and 12 touchdowns, and he ran six times for 183 yards and 3 TDs On defense, he had 76 tackles and 6 INTs with 2 picks returned for TDs As a junior, he was the 6A player-of-the-year and the defensive player of the year for all classifications by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Had 15 catches for 520 yards and 8 scores Also recorded 67 tackles and 7 INTs with 3 returned for TDs. 150 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

109 48 BRANDON Ht: 6-2 Wt: 238 Age: 24 College: Houston Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 1 Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2013 HARTSON LONG SNAPPER PRO CAREER: Spent 3 preseason games as Bears long snapper in Was not on an active roster or practice squad during 2013 regular season. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as an undrafted free agent with Chicago (8/11/13)... Waived by the Bears (8/30/13)... Signed by Chicago (12/30/13). SIGNED through SEASON: Was not on an active roster or practice squad during the 2013 regular season... Spent 3 preseason games as Chicago s long snapper... Before signing with the Bears during training camp, had tryouts with Chicago and Houston Texans. COLLEGE: Served as Houston s long snapper for four season ( )... Recorded 6 tackles and recovered a fumble on a muffed punt... Earned Second Team All-Conference USA honors as a senior in As a junior in 2011, helped K Matt Hogan break the NCAA record for consecutive extra points made in one season (78)... Earned Cougars President s Academic Excellence Award in 2012 and was named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Honor Roll on three occasions... Redshirted in Majored in kinesiology-exercise science. PERSONAL: Attended Fairfield High School (Texas). PRO EXPERIENCE 30 DEMONTRE HURST Ht: 5-10 Wt: 183 Age: 23 College: Oklahoma Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 1 Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2013 CORNERBACK PRO CAREER: Spent entire 2013 rookie season on the Bears practice squad after entering the NFL with Chicago as an undrafted free agent. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Entered NFL as an undrafted free agent with Chicago (4/28/13)... Waived by the Bears (8/30/13)... Signed to Chicago s practice squad (9/1/13)... Signed future contract with the Bears (12/31/13). SIGNED though SEASON: Spent entire rookie year on Chicago s practice squad. COLLEGE: A three-year starter ( ) during four-year ( ) career at Oklahoma... Tallied 178 tackles, 10 TFLs, 2 sacks, 2 INTs, 33 PBUs, 4 FFs and 3 FRs... Named All-Big 12 Second Team by coaches after starting all 13 games at left cornerback as a senior, ranking fourth on the team in tackles with 59 while adding 1 TFL, 1 sack, 1 FR and 9 PBUs... Named Second-team All-Big 12 by the coaches after his junior campaign, leading the team with 11 PBUs and recording 55 tackles, 4 TFLs, 1 INT, 1 FF and 2 FRs... In his first year as a starting cornerback as a sophomore, finished second on the team with 11 PBUs and tied for team lead with 3 FFs, adding 50 tackles, 4 TFLs and 1 INT... As a freshman appeared on special teams, collecting 9 STTs adding 14 tackles defsively with 1 TFL, 1 sack and 2 PBUs. PERSONAL: Attended Lancaster High School (Texas)... PrepStar All-Midlands Region... Had 75 tackles, 3 FRs, 1 FF and 5 INTs with 1 going back for a TD in his senior season... Also had 2 kickoff returns for TDs district MVP... Finished his junior season with 50 tackles and 1 FR. CHICAGOBEARS.COM 151

110 79 JOE LONG Ht: 6-5 Wt: 304 Age: 24 College: Wayne State Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 1 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2013 (PIT) TACKLE PRO EXPERIENCE PRO CAREER: Was inactive for the final two games of the 2013 regular season after signing to the Bears active roster... Spent the majority of the 2013 season on Pittsburgh s practice squad... Also spent time with the St. Louis Rams (2012)... Has not appeared in a regular season game. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the St. Louis Rams (5/8/12) Waived by St. Louis (8/31/12) Signed to the Pittsburgh Steelers practice squad (11/28/12) Signed by the Steelers (1/2/13) Waived by Pittsburgh (8/31/13) Signed to the Steelers practice squad (9/1/13) Signed to the Chicago Bears active roster (12/18/13). SIGNED through COLLEGE: Started all 49 games at left tackle for Wayne State ( ), breaking the school record for both career and consecutive starts... Four-time all-league performer (first team in 2010 and 2011, and Honorable Mention All-GLIAC in 2008 and 2009)... Blocked for a 1,000-yard rusher all four seasons... WSU rushed for 9,808 yards in his 49 games and compiled a record... Played offensive tackle and also served as the long snapper (FG, PAT and punt) during the Jan. 21, 2012, East-West Shrine Game in St. Petersburg, Fla. As a senior, recipient of the 2011 Gene Upshaw Award as top Division II lineman (both offensive and defensive)... Voted to the Daktronics All-America First Team as well as the All-America First Teams for both D2Football.com and Hansen s Football Gazette... Earned Associated Press Little All-America First Team honors... Voted GLIAC Offensive Lineman of the Year... As a junior, Named to the D2Football.com Honorable Mention All-America team... Named to the GLIAC All-Academic team... Was one of the Warrior captains... Earned the team s the Ultimate Warrior award for the football student-athlete who did outstanding work in the weight room In his sophomore campaign, named to the GLIAC All-Academic team... Started all 11 games at left tackle... Named to the All-GLIAC Honorable Mention team... Key contributor to an offense that ranked second in the GLIAC and ninth nationally in rushing yards per game (233.7)... As a redshirt freshman in 2008, started all 11 games at left tackle... Named to the All-GLIAC Honorable Mention Team... Voted WSU s Co-Offensive Rookie of the Year... Earned GLIAC All-Academic team accolades... Helped WSU rush for over 170 yards per game. PERSONAL: A 2007 graduate of Lapeer East High School... Played in the 2007 Michigan High School Football Coaches Association All-Star game... Earned Second Team All-Flint Metro League and honorable mention AP Class A All-State honors... Also participated in basketball and track for the Eagles... Served as a team captain in both football and basketball... Played hockey as a freshman Older brother is OT Jake Long of the St. Louis Rams. MOST DRAFTEES BY SCHOOL Number of Year Rd Last Player Selected Pos College Players Selected Gandy, Mike G Notre Dame Freeman, Marcus LB Ohio State Melton, Henry DE Texas Iglesias, Juaquin WR Oklahoma Okwo, Michael LB Stanford Wootton, Corey DE Northwestern Monk, Marcus WR Arkansas O Donnell, Pat P Miami (FL) Bostic, Jonathan LB Florida Williams, David WR Illinois Thomas, Anthony RB Michigan CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

111 87 JERON MASTRUD Ht: 6-6 Wt: 255 Age: 26 College: Kansas State Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 5 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2014 (OAK) TIGHT END PRO CAREER: Enters his 5th season as an NFL vet and his 1st season as a Chicago Bear Coming off of career highs in every statistical category after spending 2013 with the Oakland Raiders Has played 52 games over four seasons, with 18 starts Owns 7 receptions for 96 yards (13.7 avg) Spent three seasons with the Miami Dolphins ( ). CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a n undrafted free agent (4/26/10) Waived by Tampa (9/4/10) Signed to the New England Patriots practice squad (9/6/10) Waived by the Patriots (9/7/10) Signed to the Miami Dolphins practice squad (9/8/10) Signed to the Dolphins active roster (9/21/10) Re-signed with Miami (3/16/12) Signed with the Oakland Raiders (5/13/13) Signed with the Chicago Bears (6/23/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Set career highs in games played (16), games started (12), receptions (6) and receiving yards (88.) GAMES PLAYED-STARTED: PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012 Played in 14 games primarily on special teams; also served as the No. 2 tight end behind Anthony Fasano and started 1 contest Didn t catch a pass Played in 14 games with 3 starts and caught 1 pass for 8 yards Inactive for 2 contests A rookie, spent the season s first 2 weeks on the Miami practice squad, then saw action in his first 8 NFL games, with 2 starts Did not catch a pass Inactive for 6 contests. COLLEGE: Four-year letterman ( ) at Kansas State, appeared in 48 of the Wildcats 49 games during his eligibility, including 26 straight starts to close his career Graduated as the program s all-time leader among tight ends with 106 receptions, in addition to 1,219 career receiving yards Secured at least one catch in 26 straight games One of just 10 players in the nation to earn academic All-America honors in both 2008 and 2009) A three-year academic all-conference selection, also was academic all-district his junior and senior seasons Honored by the National Football Foundation as a Hampshire Honor Society member Graduated cum laude with a degree in business management. PERSONAL: Played quarterback, tight end and defensive end at Southridge HS (Beaverton, OR) Helped lead his team to its first-ever Metro League championship as a 2005 senior Part-time quarterback that year, completed 49-of-82 attempts for 731 yards and 10 touchdowns, on a team that finished 9-2 and advanced to the second round of the state s 4A playoffs An all-state defensive end, also garnered all-conference honors at both defensive end and tight end. 70 MICHAEL OLA Ht: 6-4 Wt: 312 Age: 26 College: Hampton Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: Rookie Acquired: Waived free agent in 2014 (MIA) TACKLE/ GUARD PRO EXPERIENCE PRO CAREER: Played two seasons in the CFL, all for the Montreal Alouettes, starting all 21 games played in Signed with the Miami Dolphins in January before being waived in May. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent by the Miami Dolphins (1/15/14) Waived by Miami (5/25/14) Signed by the Chicago Bears (5/28/14). SIGNED through SEASON (CFL): Was the Montreal Allouettes 4-man reserve for the first two games of the season before starting the final 16 games of the season as well as the East Division Semi Final against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats Was part of an offensive line that allowed only 41 sacks, good for second-fewest in the CFL while attempting the third-most passes, with 609 Alouettes also combined for the fewest number of holding penalties and sacks allowed with just 47. PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012 (CFL) Spent the first half of the season on the Alouettes practice roster Started five games. COLLEGE: Started 33-of-44 games for Hampton Played in every game during his college career As a sophomore, paved the way for the school s first 1,000-yard rusher since 2006 Played on both sides of the ball as a true freshman. PERSONAL: Attended Riverdale HS (Riverdale, GA). CHICAGOBEARS.COM 153

112 46 CHAD REMPEL Ht: 6-2 Wt: 229 Age: 32 College: Saskatchewan Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: Rookie Acquired: Undraffted free agent in 2014 LONG SNAPPER PRO EXPERIENCE PRO CAREER: The 10-year CFL vet enters the NFL appearing in games for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (2005), Toronto Argonauts ( ) and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (2008) Also spent time with the Edmonton Eskimos, who drafted him in 2004, and the Montreal Alouttes ( ) Played in 111 games, amassing 50 STTs and 2 FRs, while adding an additional 2 tackles on defense Also owns 282 receiving yards on 21 receptions (13.4 avg), 2 TDs and 1 kick return for 4 yards. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent by the Chicago Bears (4/7/14). SIGNED through SEASON: Played in 18 games as a long snapper for the Argos. PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012 (CFL) Appeared in 18 contests for Toronto, tying a career-high with 10 STTs Added 1 reception for 15 yards (CFL) Participated in 18 games, collecting 9 STTs and 3 receptions for 73 yards (CFL) Appeared in all 18 games for the first time in his career Set a career-high with 10 STTs... Returned 1 kick for 4 yards (CFL) In 11 games with Toronto, collected 3 STTs and set career-highs in receptions (9) and receiving yards (76) (CFL) Played in 11 games for Hamilton, accounting for 48 receiving yards on 3 receptions (16 ypc) (CFL) In 9 contests for the Argos, collected 8 STTs, 1 FR, 2 defensive stops and 5 receptions for 70 yards (CFL) Appeared in 8 games, collecting 7 STTs (CFL) In 9 games tallied 3 STTs and 1FR. COLLEGE: Played 3 seasons for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies Recorded 120 career receptions for 2,352 yards and 17 TD. PERSONAL: Owns a Booster Juice franchise, and founded Tungsten Homes with his cousin, both in his hometown of Saskatoon Very active in commercial real estate with former Argonaut teammate Jeff Johnson... During the 2012 offseason, became a mortgage specialist, co-founded a charitable company called What About Balls? and acquired the Canadian rights for a health product based out of Los Angeles. 72 TRACY Ht: 6-4 Wt: 300 Age: 24 College: Baylor Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 1 Acquired: Waived free agent in 2013 (MIA) ROBERTSON DEFENSIVE END PRO CAREER: Spent time with the Houston Texans (2012), Detroit Lions (2012), New England Patriots (2013), Miami Dolphins (2013) and the Chicago Bears practice squad and active roster (2013) appearing in one game. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent by the Houston Texans (5/14/12)... Waived by Houston (7/29/12) Signed by the Detroit Lions (8/1/12) Waived by Detroit (8/31/12) Signed to the New England Patriots practice squad (1/1/13) Waived by New England (4/29/13) Signed by the Miami Dolphins (6/13/13) Waived by Miami (8/31/13) Signed to the Chicago Bears practice squad (10/14/13) Signed to the Bears active roster (11/22/2013) Waived by Chicago (11/29/13) Signed to the Bears practice squad (12/3/13) Signed by the Chicago Bears (12/30/13). SIGNED through SEASON: Spent the majority of the season on the Bears practice squad Played as a sub at STL (11/24/13) Also spent parts of the offseason with the New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins. PREVIOUS SEASONS: Participated in the offseason programs of the Houston Texans and the Detroit Lions before being singed to the New England Patriots practice squad during the playoffs. COLLEGE: Fouryear letterman ( ) at Baylor Played in 44 career games with 27 starts Recorded career totals of 45 tackles and 7.5 sacks Played in 13 games with 11 starts as a senior in 2011 Recorded 23 tackles and 4.5 sacks Played 10 games with 9 starts as a junior in 2010 Played in all 12 games as a sophomore in 2009 Recorded season totals of 22 tackles, 5 TFLs and 3 sacks Played in 9 games as a freshman in PERSONAL: Attended Lamar High School in Houston, Texas Finished with career prep totals of 83 tackles, 11 sacks along and two fumble recoveries Selected to the first team All-District 20-5A team as a senior. 154 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

113 81 TERRENCE TOLIVER Ht: 6-5 Wt: 204 Age: 26 College: LSU Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 1 Acquired: Waived free agent in 2013 (SD) PRO CAREER: Enters his second season with Chicago after spending last season on the Bears and Chargers (2013) practice squads... Also spent time with the Houston Texans (2011), and Detroit Lions (2012)... Has not appeared in a regular season game. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Houston Texans (7/28/11)... Waived by the Texans (9/12/11)... Signed to the Houston Texans practice squad (11/8/11)... Signed by the Detroit Lions (1/10/12)... Waived by the Lions (8/27/12)... Signed by the Chicago Bears (1/7/13) Waived by the Bears (8/31/13) Signed to the San Diego Chargers practice squad (9/5/13) Waived by the Chargers (9/10/13) Signed to the Bears practice squad (10/28/13) Signed with the Chicago Bears (12/30/13). SIGNED through SEASON: Spent the season on the practice squads of the San Diego Chargers and Chicago Bears. PREVIOUS SEASONS: Participated in the Detroit Lions offseason workouts and training camp Entered the league as an undrafted free agent with the Houston Texans Spent the majority of the season on the Detroit Lions practice squad after being waived by Houston following training camp. COLLEGE: 2011 Cotton Bowl offensive MVP all-sec freshman team member... Played in 53 games for LSU, starting 31 times... Finished his career with 126 receptions, 1,820 yards and 12 touchdowns... Led LSU in receiving with 41 catches for 579 yards and 5 touchdowns in his senior season... Tied a Cotton Bowl record with a career-best 3 touchdown receptions in win over Texas A&M... Had his most productive season at LSU with 53 catches for 735 yards and 3 touchdowns as a junior... Caught 10 passes for 249 yards and 3 TDs in his freshman season. PERSONAL: Attended Hempstead (TX) High school... Rated No. 1 wide receiver in America by scout.com and ESPN.com... Parade All-American... Played in the U.S. Army all-american Bowl... Was the Texas state long jump champion. 1 TRESS WAY Ht: 6-1 Wt: 215 Age: 24 College: Oklahoma Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 1 Acquired: Unrestricted free agent in 2013 WIDE RECEIVER PUNTER PRO CAREER: Spent the 2013 offseason with the Chicago Bears before being waived at the end of training camp. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Chicago Bears (4/28/13) Waived by the Bears (8/25/13) Signed by Chicago (1/1/14). SIGNED through COLLEGE: Appeared in 53 games with 250 punts for 10,988 (44.0 avg) with 36 TBs and landed 91 punts inside the Had punts over his four-year career with a long of Ranks No. 1 in OU history with a 44.0 yards-per-punt... Owns an Oklahoma career record with 71 punts over 50 yards... Named All-Big 12 Honorable Mention by coaches as a senior... Placed 22 of his 53 punts inside the opponents 20-yard line with just 8 TBs... Ranks No. 1 in OU history with a 44.0 yards-per-punt average... Junior year, honorable mention All-Big 12 by AP and coaches... Placed 34 of his 63 punts inside the opponents 20-yard line with just 6 TBs... Honorable mention All-American by Sports Illustrated his sophomore year... All-Big 12 second team by Phil Steele... All-Big 12 honorable mention by AP and the coaches... Rotated with kickoff chores as well... Had 9 TBs on 70 kickoffs while averaging 63.0 yards per kick... During his redshirt freshman campaign, was named Sporting News third team All- American... All-Big 12 first team by Waco Tribune Herald and second team by AP, coaches, Dallas Morning News and Fort Worth Star-Telegram... All-Big 12 freshman by ESPN.com... Led the Big 12 and ranked No. 3 nationally in punting average... Also saw some time at kicker... Punting average ranked No. 2 in OU history, No. 1 among punters with at least 40 attempts. PERSONAL: Attended Union High School (Tulsa, OK)... Member of both The Oklahoman and Tulsa World all-state teams... Selected to play in the 2008 Oil Bowl... Named district special teams player of the year. PRO EXPERIENCE CHICAGOBEARS.COM 155

114 PRO EXPERIENCE 82 CHRIS WILLIAMS Ht: 5-8 Wt: 175 Age: 26 College: New Mexico St. Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 1 Acquired: Signed from practice squad (NO) WIDE RECEIVER PRO CAREER: Signed to the Bears active roster for the final regular season game of Originally entered the league as an undrafted free agent with the Miami Dolphins (2009)... Has spent time on the practice squads of the Cleveland Browns (2009) and the New Orleans Saints (2013)... Spent 2011 season with Hamilton of the CFL. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed with the Miami Dolphins (4/27/09) Waived by the Dolphins (8/25/09) Signed to the Cleveland Browns practice squad (11/18/09) Signed to the New Orleans Saints practice squad (10/4/13) Signed to the Chicago Bears active roster (12/26/13). SIGNED through SEASON: Spent time on the New Orleans Saints practice squad before joining the Bears week 17. PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2011 (CFL) - Played 15 games in his rookie season with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats Was named an East Division All-Star Was named the CFL s Most Outstanding Rookie Led the team in receiving yards with 1, (CFL/UFL) Spent two weeks on the Tiger-Cats practice roster after signing on October 18 Signed with the UFL s Hartford Colonials Was released by the Colonials on September Originally entered the league as an undrafted FA with the Miami Dolphins Signed to the Cleveland Browns practice squad after being waived by the Dolphins at the conclusion of training camp. COLLEGE: Played four seasons ( ) at New Mexico State Caught 246 passes for 3,555 yards and 32 TDs with the Aggies Also returned 42 kickoffs for 1,033 yards (24.6 avg) and 2 TDs as well as 51 punts for 297 yards (5.8 avg) and 1 TD Carried the ball 20 times for 100 yards Set school records with 92 receptions and 1,425 receiving yards in 2006 Led the nation in receiving yards per game (117.9) and catches per game (7.66) in 2006 Named a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, an award given to the nation s top wide receiver. PERSONAL: Participated in track and field and played football at Rio Rancho High School... Ran for almost 2,100 yards and 33 TDs in his senior season Won the state championship in the 200m dash, the high jump and was a member of the state champion 4x100m relay team. 25 C.J. Ht: 5-11 Wt: 187 Age: 24 College: NC State Bears Season: 1 NFL Season: 2 Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2013 WILSON CORNERBACK PRO CAREER: Entered the league as an undrafted free agent with the Chicago Bears Spent the 2013 season on the Bears practice squad and active roster Appeared in 2 games. CA- REER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Chicago Bears (4/28/13) Waived by the Bears (10/22/13) Signed to the Bears practice squad (10/28/13) Signed by Chicago (12/30/13). SIGNED through SEASON: Played in 2 games as a rookie. COLLEGE: Started 29-of-47 games in his four-year career... Recorded 104 tackles, 9 PBUs, 4 INTs, and tied a school record of 3 INT returns for TDs... Added 2 FFs and 2 FRs... In 9 games as a senior, tallied 9 tackles, a half TFL and 1 INT... Added 1 FF and 1 FR... In his junior campaign, accumulated 31 tackles, 1 PBU and 1 INT returned for a 59-yard TD in 13 games with 10 starts... As a sophomore, started 13-of-13 contests accounting for 43 tackles 8 PBUs and 2 INTs both returned for TDs... Started 6-of-12 games as a redshirt freshman... Totaled 21 tackles and forced 1 fumble and recovered 1. PERSONAL: Played cornerback and running back for Coach Scott Cloninger at Lincolnton High School Helped lead his team to victory in the 2A state championship and earned MVP honors for his performance in the game Finished his career by breaking the Lincoln County record for career total yardage (5,919 yards), career rushing yards (3,941 yards) and career scoring (468 points)... Earned the Charlotte Observer Gaston/Lincoln Defensive Player of the Year after his senior season Named Southern Piedmont Conference Player of the Year that season Selected to play in the Shrine Bowl. 156 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

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116 23 KYLE FULLER Ht: 5-11 Wt: 190 Age: 22 College: Virginia Tech Acquired: 1st round of the 2014 draft (14th overall) CORNERBACK FULLER COLLEGE CAREER: Finished his collegiate career starting 41-of-50 games, accumulating 6 INTs, 34 PBUs, 173 tackles including 23.5 TFLs and 4.5 sacks 4 FFs and 1 FR Added 1 blocked kick and 3 PRs for 41 yards (13.7 avg) and 1 TD on special teams. SENIOR: One of the Hokies four permanent captains for 2013 A second-team All-American by Walter Camp Foundation A first-team all-acc selection by the coaches and a third-team all-acc selection by ACSMA Played in 9 games, making 8 starts Totaled 24 tackles, 2 INTs and 10 PBUs in his final season Missed four games, including the Sun Bowl, with a groin injury Dressed, but saw limited action in two other contests Earned Super Iron Hokie honors in summer max testing after posting personal bests in the bench press (330), front squat (370) and power clean (305). JUNIOR: An honorable mention All-ACC and Coaches all-acc selection at corner Started all 13 games Had 52 tackles, including 3.0 TFLs Also had 2 INTs and 5 PBUs For the second straight year, was honored as the defensive player who demonstrated the most outstanding leadership during the off-season and spring practice Named one of the Hokies permanent team captains for SOPHOMORE: Named second-team all-acc selection at corner... Started all 14 games at two different positions on the defense... Started at nickel back/whip linebacker for 7 games and corner for the other 7 games... Tallied 65 tackles, a team-high 14.5 TFLs and 4.5 sacks on the season... Also added 7 PBUs, 2 INTs, 1 FF and 1 FR... Was named ACC Defensive Back of the Week on Sept. 12 following the ECU game Had 4 tackles, including 3 solo and 2 TFLs at East Carolina... Recorded an INT in the Sugar Bowl against Michigan Won the President s Award, given to the defensive player who demonstrates the most outstanding leadership during the offseason program and spring workouts. FRESHMAN: Started 7 games as a true freshman, primarily in the Hokies nickel defense Posted 32 tackles, including 4 TFLs Also broke up 6 passes and forced 1 fumble. PERSONAL: Played for Coach Chip Armstrong at Mount St. Joseph High (Baltimore, MD) Named to PrepStar s all-atlantic Region Team as a DB Listed as the No. 42 cornerback in the country by ESPN/Scouts Inc. Ranked the No. 80 cornerback in the country by Scout.com Ranked as the No. 14 player on the Mid-Atlantic (DC/Maryland area) 53 bysuperprep Played in the Maryland Crab Bowl, an all-star game, despite missing most of his senior season with a finger injury A member of the SuperPrep Mid- Atlantic Team Recorded 1 INT his senior year Had 4 INTs as a junior, returning 2 of those for TDs Also had a punt return TD and kick return score that season Brother of former Hokies and former NFL safety Vincent Fuller ( ) and former Tech receiver and current Detroit Lion Corey Fuller His youngest brother, Kendall, plays corner for the Hokies Majored in finance. KYLE FULLER S COLLEGE STATISTICS Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL 2010 Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Totals CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

117 95 EGO FERGUSON Ht: 6-2 Wt: 315 Age: 22 College: LSU Acquired: 2nd round of the 2014 draft (51st overall) DEFENSIVE TACKLE COLLEGE CAREER: Played in 38 games with 12 starts Finished career with 85 tackles, 5.0 tackles for loss and 1 sack Earned honorable mention all-sec honors as a junior in 2013 Left LSU for NFL Draft following his junior season in JUNIOR: Played in 12 games with 12 starts at defensive tackle Finished season with 58 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss and 1 sack Added 3 pass breakups and 3 QB hurries Earned SEC Defensive Lineman-of-the-Week honors vs. Kent State (8 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, 1.0 sack) Part of LSU defense that ranked No. 3 in total defense (340.7 yards per game ) and No. 5 in NCAA in rushing defense (202.3 yards per game). SOPHOMORE: Saw action in 13 games with no starts... Recorded 14 tackles and was in on 2 TFLs. REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Competed in 13 games with 0 starts... Played in every game except the Mississippi State contest Recorded 13 tackles on the year with 0.5 tackles for loss and 1 pass breakup. FRESHMAN: Redshirted as a true freshman in FERGUSON PERSONAL: One of the top defensive end prospects in high school football in 2009 A member of the Rivals 100 and rated as the No. 31 overall prospect in the nation Also ranked No. 6 defensive end in the country by Rivals.com and No. 7 defensive end prospect by Scout.com A member of the ESPNU 150 Named a SuperPrep All-American and a member of the SuperPrep Elite 50 A U.S. Army All-American Bowl participant (East roster) Tallied 67 tackles and 12 sacks at Hargrave Military Academy as a senior Posted 97 tackles, including 32 for loss, and 14 sacks as a junior Named first-team all-state in Virginia Coached by Dave Tavenner. EGO FERGUSON S COLLEGE STATISTICS Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL 2011 LSU LSU LSU Totals CHICAGOBEARS.COM 159

118 93 WILL SUTTON Ht: 6-0 Wt: 303 Age: 22 College: Arizona State Acquired: 3rd round of the 2014 draft (82nd overall) DEFENSIVE TACKLE SUTTON COLLEGE CAREER: Only the second player named Pat Tillman Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year twice... Finished with 161 career tackles, including 45.5 for loss, good for 8th all-time at ASU career sacks rank as the 7th most in school history... Saw action in 51 games, with 34 starts... In 2012, he and former teammate, Carl Bradford, became just the first duo in school history to post double-digit sacks in the same season since 1994 Combined with Bradford for 44 tackles for loss in 2012, the most for a duo in ASU history and the first duo to record 20+ TFLs since Al Harris (22) and Bob Kohrs (20) in Named the Mike Haynes Defensive MVP and earned the Frank Kush Captains Award at the 2013 team banquet. SENIOR: Named Pat Tillman Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, Morris Trophy Award winner and AP All-American for second consecutive season Earned All-America nods from eight different publications Started all 14 games Tallied 48 tackles, including 29 solo, 13.5 tackles-for-loss and 4 sacks... Added 4 pass deflections, a fumble recovery and an interception Named to six preseason award watch lists for 2013, including the Maxwell and Walter Camp Awards... Played in the 2014 Reese s Senior Bowl game Earned the privilege of wearing the Pat Tillman Practice Jersey, which head coach Todd Graham awards to those who embody the positive characteristics of the football program and university. JUNIOR: Became ASU s 18th Consensus All-American Was named the Pac-12 Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year Posted 23.5 tackles for loss on the season (led team and fourth-most in ASU history), 13.0 sacks (led team and fourth in ASU history) and 63 total tackles (7th on team)... Finished the season ranked second in the nation averaging 1.92 TFL per game and third in the nation with 1.08 sacks per game and also led the Pac-12 in both... His 102 yards lost on sacks placed him fourth on the school s single-season yards on sacks list... Had 5 passes defensed 3.5 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks earned him Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl Defensive MVP honors. SOPHOMORE: Played in 13 games with 12 starts at defensive tackle... Tallied 33 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, 1 pass breakup for the season. REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Sat out season...earned Hard Hat player recognition for his work in ASU s offseason strength and conditioning program. FRESHMAN: Started 2 games, and appeared in all Finished the season with 17 tackles (6 solo), 3 tackles for loss, 1 sack and a forced fumble... Collected at least 1 tackle in 10 games, including a stretch of 9 straight games. PERSONAL: A graduate of Centennial High School (Corona, CA)... Ranked as the No. 33 defensive tackle in the country by Scout. com... Regarded as the top defensive tackle in the state of California by ESPN Scouts, Inc... Listed as the No. 42 defensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com... Also labeled by Rivals.com as the No. 2 defensive tackle in the state of California and the state s No. 40 overall recruit... Played in the 2009 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in Myrtle Beach, SC... Totaled 101 tackles (23 solo) as a senior... Led the Huskies with 11.5 quarterback sacks... Blocked 4 punts and recovered 1 fumble... Totaled 6 or more tackles in 11 games on the year... Registered 48 tackles as a junior... Added 2.5 quarterback sacks and 1 fumble recovery... Totaled 11 tackles as a sophomore Father, Mickey, played defensive back and punt returner for the Los Angeles Rams ( , 90), the Green Bay Packers (1989) and the Buffalo Bills (1989). WILL SUTTON S COLLEGE STATISTICS Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL 2009 ASU N/A 0 N/A ASU N/A 0 N/A ASU N/A ASU N/A 1 N/A N/A N/A N/A 13.5 Totals N/A 1 N/A N/A N/A N/A CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

119 25 KA DEEM CAREY Ht: 5-10 Wt: 207 Age: 21 College: Arizona Acquired: 4th round of the 2014 draft (117th overall) RUNNING BACK COLLEGE CAREER: Two-time consensus first team All-American played three seasons at Arizona with 24 starts in 36 games Set school records for all-purpose yards (5,483), rushing yards (4,329) and rushing TDs (52) Became the 4th player in school history to rush for at least 1,000 yards in back-to-back seasons ( ) Tallied 743 rushing attempts, 77 receptions for 679 yards (8.8 avg), 4 receiving touchdowns and 27 kickoff returns for 565 yards (20.9 avg). CAREY JUNIOR: Finished the season with 1,885 yards (No. 3 nationally) on a school record 349 carries and 19 touchdowns 1,885 yards marked his second consecutive 1,000-yard rushing season, something only three other players have done in Wildcat history Averaged yards per game (No. 2 nationally) and 5.4 yards per carry Averaged carries per game to lead the nation Also hauled in 26 receptions for 173 yards (6.7 avg) and 1 touchdown Eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark for the 16th consecutive game in Arizona s Advocare V100 Bowl victory over Boston College (169 yards on 27 attempts and 2 TDs) 16-straight 100-yard rushing games marks the longest streak in Pac-12 history and the longest for any FBS player in the last 10 seasons 169 all-purpose yards brought his career mark to 5,483 yards and the Arizona school record, surpassing Dennis Northcutt s 5,392 yards ( ) Became the school s all-time rushing leader, surpassing Trung Canidate s 3,824 yards set from Broke Art Luppino s school record 48 touchdowns previously set from rushes vs. Oregon (11/23) set a new school record and were the most by any FBS player in a single game in SOPHOMORE: Started and played in 13 games at running back... Named to eight All-America teams, including Walter Camp, The Sporting News and the Associated Press, to earn consensus All-America honors from the NCAA... All-Pac-12 First-Team... College Football Performance Awards National Running Back of the Year... College Football Performance Awards National Player of the Week and Pac-12 Player of the Week for his performance in the Colorado game... Four-time Offensive Player of the Week, selected by the Arizona coaching staff... The nation s leading rusher in yards per game (148.4) and total yards (1,929)... His 1,929 yards rank No. 5 in Pac-12 single-season history and No. 1 in school history... Broke the Pac-12 and UA single-game rushing records with 366 yards on the ground vs. Colorado (11/10)... Carey s 24 touchdowns (23 rushing and 1 receiving) ranked No. 5 nationally and No. 1 in the Pac-12 while breaking the Arizona single-season rushing TD school record... The first Wildcat to register back-to-back 200-plus yard rushing games (366 vs. Colorado, 204 at Utah) and is just the third to have multiple 200-yard games in his career... Finished the season with 2,248 all-purpose yards, falling one yard shy of Dennis Northcutt s single-season school record of 2,249 set in FRESHMAN: Played in 11 games as a true freshman running back... Second on the club with 425 yards on 91 carries with team-best 6 scoring runs Team s top kickoff return specialist with 26 attempts for 549 yards... Had 9 kickoff returns for 197 yards vs. Oregon (9/24), to set school records in both categories. PERSONAL: Member of the PrepStar Dream Team, Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100, Arizona Republic All-Arizona, Arizona Republic First-Team 4A All-State, Arizona Daily Star First-Team All-Southern Arizona, Arizona Football Coaches Association First-Team All-State Top 25, and first-team 4A-I all-state and 4A-I all-conference... MaxPreps Top-25 tailback... Rushed for 1,754 yards and 26 touchdowns as a senior... As a junior, ran the ball 224 times for 2,738 yards, 45 touchdowns, helping Canyon del Oro HS (Oro Valley, AZ) compile a 14-0 record and win the 4A-I state championship. KA DEEM CAREY S COLLEGE STATISTICS Year Team GP-GS Rush Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg Lg TD 2011 Arizona Arizona , Arizona , Totals , CHICAGOBEARS.COM 161

120 45 BROCK VEREEN Ht: 5-11 Wt: 199 Age: 21 College: Minnesota Acquired: 4th round of the 2014 draft (131st overall) SAFETY VEREEN COLLEGE CAREER: First team all-big Ten safety collected 200 tackles (127 solo), 0.5 sack, 4 interceptions, 22 pass deflections, 2 forced fumbles and 7.5 TFLs in four years at Minnesota... Also blocked 1 kick on special teams Started 36-of-47 games (18 at corner, 11 at free safety and 7 at strong safety). SENIOR: Named first team all-big Ten by the coaches and was an honorable mention by the media Started all 13 games, 11 at free safety and 2 at cornerback, recording 59 tackles (41 solos), which ranked fifth on the team Made 2.5 stops behind the line of scrimmage and caused 1 fumble Had 1 interception and deflected 6 other passes. JUNIOR: Played in all 13 games, starting 7 games at safety including the final 6 of the regular season Sixth on the team in tackles (64), third in pass breakups (9) and also made 2 interceptions Named Academic all-big Ten. SOPHOMORE: Started at cornerback all 12 games Recorded 67 tackles (46 solo) Tallied 3.5 tackles-for-loss, forced 1 fumble, grabbed 1 interception and broke-up 5 passes. FRESHMAN: Appeared in 9 games with 4 starts, recording 10 total tackles (7 solo). PERSONL: A 2010 graduate of Valencia High School (Valencia, CA) was a two-time All-CIF selection Tallied 51 tackles, 8 interceptions, 2 pass break-ups and 1 sack as a senior Also played wide receiver, registering 20 receptions for 474 yards and 7 touchdowns Led his team to a 12-1 record in 2009 Ranked as the No. 66 cornerback in the country by Rivals.com Listed as the No. 57 cornerback in the nation by ESPN Ranked as the No. 166 cornerback in the nation by Scout.com Earned a threestar ranking from Rivals and a two-star rating from Scout Standout track and field athlete Father, Henry Vereen, played football at UNLV, while mother, Venita, played tennis at UNLV Brother,Shane, was a running back at California and now plays for the New England Patriots Communication studies major. BROCK VEREEN S COLLEGE STATISTICS Tackles Interceptions Fumbles Misc. Year Team GP GS Tot S A Sk Yds No Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TFL 2010 Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota N/A N/A Minnesota Totals N/A N/A CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

121 12 DAVID FALES Ht: 6-1 Wt: 228 Age: 23 College: San Jose State Acquired: 6th round of the 2014 draft (183rd overall) QUARTERBACK COLLEGE CAREER: In two seasons with the Spartans set 25 San Jose State football records... Owns two and shares one Mountain West Conference passing records... Only San Jose State quarterback with two seasons passing for at least 4,000 yards... Signed with San José State in December 2011, after spending two seasons at Monterey Peninsula College and one at the University of Nevada While at MPC, was named first-team all-coast Conference quarterback twice... Led his team to a 2011 Coast Conference co-championship and a berth in the Sierra Central Credit Union Bowl For his complete college career, started in all 45 games he played in, connecting on 996-of-1,510 throws for 12,727 yards, 101 touchdowns and 35 interceptions Scored 8 times on the ground. FALES SENIOR (SJSU): Set eight San Jose State career, six season and four single-game records and two Mountain West marks during the regular season... Passed for 400 or more yards five times including a single-game career best 547 yards in a win over Fresno State (11/29)... One-of-three players to be named Mountain West Offensive Player-of-the-Week three times during the season... Named a Manning Award Star of the Week three times after the Colorado State, Wyoming and Fresno State victories... For the Fresno State win, received National Offensive Player-of-the-Week honors from the Walter Camp National Football Foundation, CBSSports.com, College Football Performance Awards, The Kickoff, CollegeSportsMadness.com... Named ESPN.com s 5-Star Player-of-the-Week following the Fresno State game Finished the year completing 312-of-487 tosses for 4,189 yards 33 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. JUNIOR (SJSU): Most accurate Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) passer completing 72.5 percent of his passes... SI.com honorable mention All-American... Second-team all-wac... Ranked 3rd in passing efficiency, 6th in passing yards, 7th in passing yards per game and 8th in touchdown passes nationally Set a school single-game record with 38 pass completions and seven San Jose State single-season passing records... Listed as a Manning Award Star of the Week for the Colorado State (9/15) and the Louisiana Tech (11/24) wins... A Davey O Brien Award Quarterback of the Week honorable mention for the Colorado State game Compiled a career-high 4,193 passing yards on 327 completions (451 attempts) Threw 33 touchdowns and 9 interceptions. SOPHOMORE (MPC): Named first-team all-coast Conference quarterback for the second consecutive season and added Coast Conference Offensive Player of the Year honors during his sophomore campaign Led his team to the Coast Conference co-championship and a berth in the Sierra Central Credit Union Bowl... Threw for 2,517 yards and 25 touchdowns on 189-of-292 passes, adding 4 more scores rushing. REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (MPC): In his first season at MPC, WAS named first-team All-Coast Conference Started all 10 games, hitting on 168-of-280 attempts for 1,828 yards, 10 touchdowns and 3 interceptions Also ran for 2 scores. FRESHMAN (NEVADA): Originally signed with Nevada after the 2008 season... No game action in PERSONAL: At Palma High (Salinas, CA) was coached by Jeff Carnazzo... Completed 220-of-319 passes with 6 interceptions for 3,267 yards and 31 touchdowns in his final two seasons... A two-time all-league quarterback and the Tri-County League Most Valuable Offensive Player as a senior Majored in Psychology...Younger brother, Austen, is a quarterback for San Jose State. DAVID FALES COLLEGE STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP-GS Att Cmp Pct Yds Yds/Att TD Int Lg Sk-Yds Rating 2010 MPC , N/A N/A 2011 MPC , N/A N/A 2012 SJSU , t N/A SJSU , t N/A Totals , , N/A N/A CHICAGOBEARS.COM 163

122 16 PAT O DONNELL Ht: 6-4 Wt: 220 Age: 23 College: Miami (FL) Acquired: 6th round of the 2014 draft (191st overall) PUNTER O DONNELL COLLEGE CAREER: Appeared in 54 games for Cincinnati ( ) and Miami (2013) Had 234 punts for 10,168 yards (43.5 avg) with 78 punts downed inside the opponent s 20 yard line Set Miami s single-season record for yards-per-punt average (47.1) Was named to various all-acc teams following the 2013 season Was also named the Hurricane s Special Teams MVP. GRADUATE (Miami): Played in all 13 games, handling kickoff and punting duties... Also holder for field goal and point-after attempts... Set Miami single-season record with 47.1 yards-per-punt average... Booted 53 punts for 2,498 yards kicks of 50+ yards... Second-team All-America by USA TODAY Sports and third-team All-America by Athlon Sports... First-team All-ACC selection by ACSMA, league s head coaches and Athlon Sports... Forced fumble on opening kickoff at Pitt - career-first takeaway en route to being named ACC Specialist of the Week... Named Special Teams MVP at end-of-season team awards show. SENIOR (Cincinnati): Second-team all-big EAST selection... Named BIG EAST Special Teams Player-of-the-Week vs. Virginia Tech (9/29) Competed in 13 games, punting 59 times for 2,467 yards (41.8 avg) with 23 punts downed inside the opponent s 20. JUNIOR (Cincinnati): First-team All-BIG EAST selection... Starting punter finished year with 63 punts totaling 2,760 yards, 61 kickoffs for 3,915 yards and 1 tackle... Had 43.8-yard average per punt along with 8 touchbacks, 9 fair catches, 26 landing inside 20, 17 kicks over 50 yards, and longest going for 76 yards... Had 64.2-yard per kickoff average, with 7 touchbacks and only 2 going out of bounds. SOPHOMORE (Cincinnati): Named starting punter entering 2010 season... Dropped 16 punts inside the opponent s 20 on 52 attempts for 2,178 yards (41.9 avg) Competed in all 12 contests. FRESHMAN (Cincinnati): Played in three games at punter before being sidelined with injury... Had 7 punts, 2 of which were downed in the opponent s 20 Punted for 265 yards for a 37.9 avg. PERSONAL: Three-year letterwinner at both football and track and field at Palm Beach Central HS (Wellington, FL)... Averaged 45 yards on punts and had 95-percent touchback rate of kickoffs... Earned first-team all-state and all-district honors as a senior... Co-winner of 2008 Lou Groza Award for top kicker in Palm Beach County... Played in 2009 Outback All-Star Game... Made 7 field goals as senior, including long of 52 yards. PAT O DONNELL S COLLEGE STATISTICS REGULAR SEASON Year Team GP Punts Yds Avg Opp Ret Yds Net TB In-20 Lg Blk 2009 Cincinnati Cincinnati , Cincinnati , Cincinnati , Miami , Totals , CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

123 72 CHARLES LENO Ht: 6-3 Wt: 302 Age: 22 College: Boise State Acquired: 7th round of the 2014 draft (246th overall) TACKLE COLLEGE CAREER: First-team all-mountain West tackle concluded his career having started 39-consecutive games for Boise State, including each of the last 26 at left tackle Saw action in 49 games, accounting for 39 touchdown saving blocks and 245 knockdowns. LENO SENIOR: Named first-team All-Mountain West... Started each of the Broncos 13 games at left tackle during his final collegiate campaign... Contributed to an offense that ranked 15th-nationally in red zone offense (.897), 15th in first downs (327), 19th in scoring offense (37.5), 20th in total offense (476.0), 27th in passing offense (277.7) and 33rd in rushing offense (198.3)... Blocked a field goal attempt against Utah State (Oct. 12), the first Bronco offensive lineman to block a kick since JUNIOR: Started each of the Broncos 13 games at left tackle... Named second-team all-mountain West... Part of an offensive line unit that ranked sixth nationally in sacks allowed (0.77 per game)... Had a solo tackle against Wyoming (Oct. 27)... Named Boise State s Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman. SOPHOMORE: Started all 13 games for the Broncos at right tackle, one of only two players to start every game along the offensive line (Nate Potter)... Part of an offensive line unit that helped the Broncos finish the season ranked first-nationally in sacks allowed (0.62 per game)... Boise State also finished ranked fifth nationally in scoring offense (44.23), ninth in total offense (481.31), 11th in passing offense (309.38) and 40th in rushing offense (171.92). REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Reserve offensive lineman made 10 appearances during his debut campaign with the Broncos... Also saw action at tight end due to injuries. FRESHMAN: Redshirt season. PERSONAL: Played football and basketball, earning three varsity letters in each sport at San Leandro HS (San Leandro, CA)... Named first-team all-conference as an offensive tackle and second-team all-conference as a defensive end as a senior... Earned honorable mention all-conference honors on offense as a junior... Also named first-team All-Metro, first-team all-east Bay and was selected to the Cream of the Crop Bay Area, which includes the top 22 players in the region. CHARLES LENO S COLLEGE STATISTICS GAMES PLAYED-STARTED : 2013 (13-13); 2012 (13-13); 2011 (13-13); 2010 (10-0) CHICAGOBEARS.COM 165

124 UNDRAFTED ROOKIE 73 CODY Ht: 6-4 Wt: 292 Age: 23 College: Temple BOOTH Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2014 TACKLE The tight end turned offensive tackle was nominated for the Brian Bulsworth Award given to a former NCAA walk-on who has made the most of his opportunity his senior year Started 25-of- 40 games (10 starts at T and 15 starts at TE) Tallied 19 receptions for 161 yards (8.5 avg) and 4 touchdowns Started 10-of-11 games at LT as a senior... Started all 11 games at TE as a junior One of just seven Owls to start every game Also served as the snapper for the punt and field goal units Finished the season second in receiving with 17 catches for 137 yards a 4 TDs As a sophomore, played in all 13 games with 4 starts Also served as the snapper for the punt and field goal units Played in 5 games mostly on the field goal unit his freshman season Redshirted as a true freshman Was twice named to the Athletic Director s Honor Roll (2013 & 2010) 2012 BIG EAST All-Academic Team honoree Recipient of 2010 Gavin White Local 215 Award, presented to the most improved non-scholarship player at the conclusion of spring drills Was a three-year letterwinner for Coach Todd Mealy at Penn Manor HS Played WR, TE and DE while also serving as the long snapper Two-time All-Lancaster/Lebanon League honoree Earned first-team honors at DE and second-team accolades at TE As a senior, had 20 receptions for 241 yards and a TD as Penn Manor went 9-3 Finished his career with 48 receptions for 700 yards and 4 TDs Defensively, had 118 solo tackles and 15 sacks, including 68 tackles and 13 sacks his senior season Participated in the Tri-County All-Star Game Had 4 receptions for 90 yards and 2 TDs Participated in the 2009 PSFCA East-West All-Star Game Also a three-year letterwinner in basketball 2009 first-team All-Star 2009 Scholar Athlete Selected Penn Manor s 2009 Male Athlete of the Year. 52 JAMES Ht: 6-5 Wt: 311 Age: 23 College: TCU DUNBAR Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2014 GUARD Started 12-of-30 career games at the LT and LG positions Started all 12 games during his senior campaign... Made 7 starts at left tackle and 5 at left guard Did not participate in football during the 2012 season Provided depth at offensive tackle as a sophomore... Appeared in 5 of the final 7 regular-season games Saw action in all 13 games as a redshirt freshman, earning his first varsity letter... Redshirted in his first season on campus Was honorable-mention all-state as a defensive lineman his senior year at Maud High School... Received District 17-A Most Valuable Player honors... Was a first-team all-district selection at running back and defensive end... Rushed for 617 yards and 11 touchdowns while adding seven 2-point conversions... Totaled 40 tackles, including 12 for loss, with 9 quarterback hurries... Helped lead Maud to a No. 1 state ranking... Chosen to the 2009 All-American Bowl... Also lettered in basketball and track and field. 166 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

125 79 BRANDON DUNN Ht: 6-2 Wt: 300 Age: 21 College: Louisville Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2014 DEFENSIVE TACKLE Finished his 4-year college career at Louisville playing in 49 games with 30 starts Owns 101 tackles (56 solo), 3 sacks, 9 TFLs, 2 fumble recoveries and 2 pass deflections Competed in all 13 games as a senior, accounting for a career-high 43 tackles (25 solo) Added 1 sack, 5 TFLs and 2 fumble recoveries... Appeared in 13 games, making 9 starts as a junior Registered 28 tackles and a pair of sacks As a sophomore, appeared in 12 games, making 8 starts Totaled 16 tackles and had 1.5 tackles for loss Played in 11 games at defensive tackle as a true freshman Recorded 14 total tackles from defensive tackle position Played for Jason Hiser at Pleasure Ridge Park High School in Louisville Three-year starter and team captain on the PRP squad Selected as PRP s Most Valuable Player in 2009 Named the team s best offensive lineman in 2009 and the squad s top defensive lineman in 2008 Recorded 65 tackles and 16 sacks as a senior, including 30 solo tackles Registered 50 tackles and 16 sacks during his junior season. 53 RYAN GROY Ht: 6-5 Wt: 320 Age: 23 College: Wisconsin Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2014 GUARD Set school record by playing in 54 games, never missing a game in four-year career... Started 33 games... Recorded starts at left tackle, left guard, center and fullback... His four seasons rank as top four for total offense in school history: 2011 (6,578 yards), 2013 (6,251), 2010 (5,787) and 2012 (5,506) As a senior, earned fourth letter, starting all 13 games en route to being named third-team All-America (Associated Press), first-team All-Big Ten (coaches), second-team All-Big Ten (media)... Started at left guard in all 13 games... Anchored offensive line that paved way for single-season school records in total offense (480.8 yards per game), rushing yards (3,689) and average yards per rushing attempt (6.62) Was named to the preseason Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award watch lists Earned third letter and was named Second-team All-Big Ten (coaches), honorable mention All-Big Ten (media), and Academic All-Big Ten following his junior campaign Started all 14 games, with 11 starts at left guard, including first 7 games and final 5 games Earned second letter and was featured on the Academic All-Big Ten team as a sophomore... Played in all 14 games with 4 starts Earned first letter as a redshirt freshman... Played in all 13 games with 2 starts Redshirted as a true freshman Was named UW s offensive scout team player of the week for the Michigan State game Ranked as the No. 38 OG in the nation and the third-best player in the state by Rivals.com out of Middleton High School... Rated as the No. 34 player in the Midwest by SuperPrep... First-team all-state (A.P. and WFCA) as a senior... Wisconsin State Journal Player of the Year... First-team all-area, all-region and all-conference...tteam captain pancakes and only allowed 2 sacks...honorable-mention all-area as a junior... First-team all-region and all-conference pancakes and didn t allow a sack as a junior... Honorable mention all-conference as a sophomore pancakes and didn t allow a sack... Three-year letterwinner. UNDRAFTED ROOKIE CHICAGOBEARS.COM 167

126 UNDRAFTED ROOKIE 96 CHRISTIAN JONES Ht: 6-3 Wt: 240 Age: 23 College: Florida State Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2014 LINEBACKER Started 40-of-54 games at FSU, accounting for 225 tackles, 8 sacks, 17 TFLs, 2 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery and 1 pass deflection Moved to strong-side LB position in the latter half of his senior season... Move led to career-best 8.0 TFLs to go along with 2 sacks... Led the team with 6 quarterback hurries, twice as many as any other Seminole... Had 56 tackles... Was tied for fourth on the team in TFLs (8.0) and tied for fourth in sacks (2.0)... Contributed to the nation s top-ranked scoring defense (12.1 ppg) and third-ranked total defense (281.4 ypg)... Started all 14 games at weakside linebacker his junior season... Led the team in tackles with 95 stops, which were seventh overall in the ACC... Accounted for the Seminoles only defensive score of the season in a road win at USF... Helped Florida State s defense lead the nation in yards allowed per play (3.86) and rank second nationally in total defense ( ypg) As a sophomore, was named a starter at strong-side linebacker who finished second on the team in tackles (56) after starting all 13 games... Also had 6 tackles for loss, 3 sacks and a team-high 2 forced fumbles on the season... Was voted one of three Mr. Versatiles at the FSU annual awards banquet True freshman who saw action in all 14 games on special teams and some spot duty at linebacker... Registered 18 tackles (11 solo, seven assisted) and tallied 3 sacks and 3 tackles for loss... Also had a pass break up and a fumble recovery... Recipient of the Devaughn Darling Award, given to the top freshman on the defense... FSU legacy player whose father Willie Jones, Sr. starred for the `Noles at defensive end, a position also played by his brother Willie Jones, Jr... Carried a five-star rating by Rivals... Rivals ranked the Lake Howell star as the No. 2 outside linebacker in the country, the No. 2 prospect in Florida and the 20th-best player nationally... Scout.com listed him as a four-star prospect and the No. 5-rated outside linebacker in the country...espn ranked Jones as No. 2 outside linebacker and No. 27 prospect overall... SuperPrep All-America 290 had him listed as the No. 2 outside linebacker in the nation and No. 2 player in the state, bestowing the honor of SuperPrep Dixie Defensive Player of the Year... Checked in at No. 20 on Sporting News Top 100 list of players nationally... Rolled up 126 tackles, including 12 for losses and 4 sacks as a senior... Had 160 stops as a junior and finished three-year Lake Howell career with 326 tackles... No. 1 outside linebacker on Florida Super 75 by the Times-Union... Rated No. 7 player overall on Bill Buchalter s Florida 100 and No. 2 linebacker... Participated in the Under Armour All-Star Game. 60 DEDE Ht: 6-1 Wt: 237 Age: 23 College: South Florida LATTIMORE Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2014 LINEBACKER Finished his career at USF ranking second all-time at USF in tackles with 337 (213 solo) Also ranked second in forced fumbles (6), seventh in sacks (15) and 10th in tackles for loss (32.5) on career charts Played in 49 career games and finished second all-time at USF with 48 career starts Added 7 pass break ups, 4 fumble recoveries, 2 interceptions and 2 blocks As a senior, earned second-team American Athletic all-conference honors Named USF Team MVP Team captain Led USF with a careerbest 98 tackles, 42 more than the next closest Bull... Led the AAC and ranked 10th in the FBS forcing 4 fumbles and was second in the AAC and 9th in the FBS recovering three fumbles Started all 12 games Opened the season on the Bednarik and Butkus Award watch lists Competed in the East-West Shrine Game Started all 12 games at linebacker as a junior... Started the first 6 games at weakside linebacker before moving to middle linebacker for the final 6 games... Was a 2012 Lombardi Award watch list member... Posted 76 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 7.5 TFL, 2 pressures and 2 PBUs... Also blocked 2 kicks... As a sophomore, started all 12 games at linebacker... A second-team all-big EAST selection by Phil Steele... Led USF with 94 tackles... Also led USF with 7 sacks and 13 TFLs to go along with a pressure, an INT, 2 PBUs, 2 forced fumbles and a fumble recovery... Seven sacks ranked 168 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

127 6th in the BIG EAST... Appeared in all 13 games as a redshirt freshman Started Named Freshman All-American by Rivals. com... Finished second on the team with 69 tackles to go along with 2.5 sacks and 6.5 TFLs... Redshirted as a true freshman Attended Cedar Shoals HS (Athens, GA) Played on both sides of the ball as a running back and linebacker... Finished his senior season with 46 tackles, 9 TFLs, 4 sacks and 5 forced fumbles... Named to the 2008 Georgia all-star team and the all-northeast Georgia team... Garnered Defensive Player of the Year honors in Region 8-AAAA... Rushed for 631 yards and 6 TDs on 88 carries as a junior... Also had 118 total tackles, 18 TFLs, 12 sacks and 18 quarterback hurries in 10 games. 39 AL Ht: 6-1 Wt: 187 Age: 2O College: Boston College LOUIS-JEAN Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2014 CORNERBACK In three seasons at Boston College, played in 21 games, tallying 36 stops (26 solo), 1 interception, 4 pass deflections and 2 forced fumbles Competed in 11 games in his sophomore campaign... Recorded 21 tackles (15 solo)... Added 1 forced fumbled and 1 PBU Did not play his true sophomore year due to injury Was granted a redshirt As a true freshman, played in 10 games, making 2 starts... Tallied 15 tackles on the season (11 solo)... Recorded 3 pass break-ups and an interception Selected to the 2010 Massachusetts High School Coaches Association Super 26 All-State Team out of Brockton HS (Brockton, MA)... Earned Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic honors as a senior defensive Earned team MVP honors... Invited to participate in the Offense-Defense All-America Bowl... Also lined up at wide receiver for the Boxers... Was a two-time Brockton Enterprise All-Scholastic choice... Made 60 tackles and 5 interceptions as a senior Also had 30 receptions for 650 yards and 5 touchdowns in Completed his high school career with 12 interceptions... Set the school record for longest offensive play from scrimmage, a 98-yard reception in Also competed for the school s basketball and track teams. 36 JORDAN LYNCH Ht: 6-0 Wt: 220 Age: 23 College: Northern Illinois Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2014 RUNNING BACK In two seasons as a starter, led NIU to a 24-4 record with three wins over BCS teams Leaves NIU with three single game, 16 single season and 6 career records Set five NCAA FBS records for quarterback rushing Accounted for 100 total touchdowns (51 passing, 48 rushing, 1 receiving) and averaged 7.1 yards per play for his career... Ranks second on the NIU career total offense list, is the Huskies No. 3 all-time rusher and is in the Top 10 in 24 career categories Gained 4,344 yards on 662 rushing attempts (6.6 avg) and 48 touchdowns A finalist for the Heisman Trophy as a senior Placed third in the final vote to record the best finish in history by a player from the Mid-American Conference Selected as one of five finalists for the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award Finalist for the AT&T All-America Player of the Year honor First team All-American at the all-purpose position by the Associated Press, Phil Steele and Lindy s... Earned second-team All-America honors from USA Today and CBSSports.com and was honorable mention by SI.com Won the Vern Smith Leadership Award, presented to the MAC s top player as voted by league coaches, for the second consecutive season Also named the league s Offensive Player of the Year for the second time and was the first team all-mac quarterback Top five finalist for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and the 2013 Senior CLASS Award, which recognized seniors who excel in citizenship, leadership and the classroom as well as on the field... One of 10 finalists for the Manning Quarterback Award Was a semifinalist for the Davey O Brien National Quarterback Award Accounted for yards of offense per game and was responsible for 48 touchdowns, including 1 receiving... Averaged rushing yards per game and his 1,920 rushing yards ranked second in the country and broke his own NCAA record for QB rushing... Set the school record for pass completions in a season with 253 and for points, touchdowns, rushing TDs and touchdowns responsible for... Named MAC West Offensive Player of the Week for a record eighth time and was a Manning Award UNDRAFTED ROOKIE CHICAGOBEARS.COM 169

128 UNDRAFTED ROOKIE Star of the Week after breaking the NCAA and NIU record for most rushing yards in a game by an FBS quarterback with 321 vs. Western Michigan... In first year as a starter his junior season, broke four NCAA, two MAC and 14 NIU records en route to earning All-America honors as an all-purpose player from the Associated Press and Phil Steele s Magazine and as a quarterback from CBSSports.com and SI.com Led Northern Illinois to the first BCS berth ever earned by a Mid-American Conference team... Won the Vern Smith Leadership Award as MAC MVP Consensus first team All-MAC selection... Ranked second in the nation in total offense yards (4,953) and fourth in rushing yards (1,815)... Became the first player in NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) history to run for more than 1,500 yards and pass for more than 3,000 (3,138) in a season Set NCAA FBS records for rushing yards (1,815) and 100-yard rushing games (12) by a quarterback... Led the nation in 100-yard rushing games, three more than any other player in the country, and had a school-record 11 consecutive 100-yard days Averaged yards of total offense per game to rank fourth in the country, and tied for third in points responsible for with 264 Led the MAC in 10 offensive categories, including rushing yards, rushing average and passing efficiency Set nearly every Northern Illinois single season total offense record... Responsible for 44 touchdowns with 25 passing and 19 rushing to set the NIU record and rank third in the league all-time... Averaged 57.5 yards on two punts on the season As a sophomore, saw action in 13 games as a backup quarterback Finished fourth on the team in rushing with 246 yards on 45 carries to average 5.5 yards per rush Scored 3 rushing touchdowns... Completed 15-of-20 passes for 166 yards and 1 touchdown on the year Saw action in 9 games as a redshirt freshman... Averaged 40.2 rushing yards a game with 362 yards on 31 carries to rank fourth on the team Scored 3 rushing TDs and threw for 1 Recorded the longest run (90-yards) by any Huskie player since 1993, the longest ever by an NIU quarterback and the fourth-longest in school history... Completed 4-of-6 passes for 13 yards on the year Redshirted as a true freshman Team captain of USA Football s 2009 gold medal winning Junior National Team Played safety and made 7 tackles and recovered 1 fumble in three games... Named to the Chicago Sun-Times All-Area first team and the Chicago Tribune All-State honorable mention team Lawless Award recipient, which honors the top senior in the Chicago Catholic League... Team captain was named the Northwest Indiana Times Offensive Player of the Year after throwing for 1,221 yards on 75-of-125 passing with 16 touchdowns and rushing for 848 yards on 141 carries (a 6.0 average) with 15 touchdowns Earned all-conference honors twice while leading his team to two Class 8A semifinal appearances Threw for 1,120 passing yards on 69-of-135 attempts... Totaled 486 rushing yards on 94 carries as a junior Scored 24 total touchdowns (15 passing, nine rushing) while helping his team to a 12-1 record in 2007 Also earned all-conference and all-area honors that year. 70 JAMIL Ht: 6-4 Wt: 252 Age: 24 College: Rutgers MERRELL Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2014 DEFENSIVE END Started 18-of-34 games during his four year career at Rutgers ( ) Collected 81 tackles (36 solo) including 16 TFLs and 8.5 sacks Added 1 forced fumble and 1 pass deflection Played in 11 games with 1 start as a senior... Made 23 tackles with 2 sacks on the season... Had streak of 21 consecutive games played and 11 starts broken due to injury at season opener vs. Fresno State (8/29)... Selected a team captain by his teammates... Joined Jamal Merrell as the first set of brothers to serve as team captains for Rutgers since 1893 (Gabe and George Ludlow)... Tabbed as a Athlon and SI.com Preseason American Athletic All-Conference First Team member and a Phil Steele Preseason Second Team All-American Athletic Conference defensive end As a sophomore, appeared in all 13 games with 11 starts Second on the team with 5.5 sacks and third with 10.5 tackles for loss Totaled 40 tackles and 1 forced fumble Started the last 6 games of his sophomore season Recorded 18 tackles, including 2.5 tackles-for-loss and 1.0 sack Made collegiate debut against Norfolk State (9/2) in lone appearance of the season Redshirted as a true freshman Four-year letter winner for head coach Frank Moffett at Hodgson Vo-Tech High School (Newark, DE) Started all four years at defensive end and tight end First team all-state selection at tight end and defensive end as a junior First team all-state defensive end and second team tight end selection as a senior Delaware Defensive Lineman of the Year as a junior 73 tackles, 25 for loss and 11 sacks as a senior Also caught 22 passes for 315 yards and 6 touchdowns Rated as the No. 15 defensive end nationally by ESPN.com No. 2 prospect in Delaware by Rivals.com 98 tackles and 17 sacks as a junior School record holder with 38 career sacks at the time of graduation Finished standout career with over 300 tackles, including more than 100 TFLs. 170 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

129 49 CONOR Ht: 6-0 Wt: 230 Age: 23 College: Wisconsin O NEILL Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2014 LINEBACKER Started 8-of-52 regular season games in four seasons at Wisconsin Totaled 89 tackles including 6 TFLs and 2 sacks Tacked on 2 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery, 1 interception and 4 pass deflections Earned fourth letter, playing in 12 games with 9 starts including the Capital One Bowl - as a senior... Set career-highs in almost every statistical category, tallying 39 tackles (21 solo), 4.5 TFLs, 2 sacks and 1 pass deflection Earned third letter as a junior... Collected 15 tackles (10 solo), 1 interception and 1 pass deflection As a sophomore, earned second letter... Played in all 14 games, mostly on special teams... Tallied 29 tackles (15 solo), 1.5 TFLs, a career-high 2 forced fumbles and 1 fumble recovery... Earned first letter as a redshirt freshman... Played in 12 games, totaling 6 tackles (4 solo) and 2 pass deflections Redshirted as a true freshman Named All-Broward Defensive Player of the Year by the Miami Herald out of St. Thomas Aquinas HS (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)... All-state and all-county selection as his team won 2008 state and national championships... Team captain tackles, 7.5 TFLs, 1.5 QB sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery and 2 interceptions as a senior... All-state and all-county selection and helped team to state title as a junior tackles, 16 TFLs, seven QB sacks, 3 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries and an interception... Four-year letter winner in football and baseball... Honor Roll all four years. 71 LEE PEGUES Ht: 6-2 Wt: 291 Age: 22 College: East Carolina Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2014 DEFENSIVE TACKLE A four-year letterman who was a two-year starter at the boundary end position Appeared in 3 post-season bowl games during a career that spans 43 games and 27 starts... Recorded multiple tackles in 27 contests Credited with 102 tackles (41 solo)... Tallied 5.5 sacks (-27 yards) and 13.0 TFLs (-45 yards)... Forced a fumble, recovered a pair, had 1 batted pass and 6 quarterback hurries... As a senior, started all 13 games at end... Earned All-Conference USA honors (second-team) after tallying 29 tackles (10 solo)... Fourth on the team with 4.5 sacks for -23 yards A 2013 Preseason All-Conference USA selection by Phil Steele s College Football Preview Magazine (third team) Was named an All-Conference USA selection (honorable mention) for play during junior season... Opened 12-of-13 contests at defensive end after a beginning the South Carolina game at nose tackle... Booked 36 tackles (17 solo) with 4.5 TLFs (-9 yards)... Named team s Defensive Lineman-of-the-Year during program s annual awards banquet Played a full season following late activation as a true freshman Tallied 26 tackles (eight solo), including 1.5 hits for lost yardage and one sack Also credited with one quarterback hurry Played in 5 games after having redshirt removed prior to Navy game due to numerous injuries along the defensive line as a freshman Was a four-year starter who was a three-time all-region selection out of Marlboro County HS (Bennettsville, SC ) Was credited with 90 tackles and 10 sacks as a senior Helped Marlboro County and head coach Dean Boyd to a 13-1 record, falling just one game short of reaching the state (AAA) title game Selected to play in the 2009 South Carolina North-South All-Star Game Named to the High School Sports Report AAA All-State Team in 2009 Rated by scout.com as the 34th-best prospect in South Carolina Made 112 tackles, 20 tackles for a lost yardage, 10 sacks and 1 interception during junior season, in which the Bulldogs fell in the state Finished second in the Armed Forces Classic (weightlifting event) in his age division. UNDRAFTED ROOKIE CHICAGOBEARS.COM 171

130 35 PERRY Ht: 6-0 Wt: 187 Age: 22 College: Louisville SENORISE Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2014 RUNNING BACK UNDRAFTED ROOKIE Closed out his collegiate career at Louisville rushing for 1,409 yards on 289 carries (4.9 avg) Tallied 36 receptions for 359 yards Scored 19 total touchdowns (18 rushing, 1 receiving) Also spent time as a kick returner, recording 22 returns for 513 yards (23.3) Set a career-high in rushing attempts as a senior with 141 Rushed for 677 yards and 6 touchdowns Added another 178 yards on 18 receptions Scored his first receiving touchdown of his career Returned 7 kickoffs for 166 yards... As a junior, played in 10 games before being sidelined for the season with a knee injury Finished second on the team with 705 yards rushing Led the team with 11 touchdowns Had a career-best four rushing touchdowns versus Pittsburgh, becoming program s first running back to rush for four touchdowns in a game since Michael Bush Caught 18 passes out of the backfield for 181 yards Appeared in all 13 games as a sophomore Rushed 12 times for 27 yards and a touchdown Returned 8 kickoffs for 210 yards Blocked a punt at Kentucky Appeared in 10 games on special teams as a true freshman Played for Jon Starr at Chattooga HS (Summerville, GA) Two-star prospect by Scout.com Scored 15 touchdowns as a senior Rushed for 918 yards as a senior Selected first-team All-State by the Associated Press as a return specialist Won the state championship in the 100-meter run as a sophomore. 36 DERRICUS PURDY Ht: 6-0 Wt: 190 Age: 24 College: Texas Southern Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2014 CORNERBACK Played in 25 games during his three-year career at Texas Southern ( , 12), totaling 5 INTs including 2 for TDs 14 PBUs, 55 tackles, 1 TFL and 1 FF As a junior, totaled a career-high 28.5 tackles, 5 PBUs and 1 INT in 11 games Appeared in 9 contests during his sophomore campaign Intercepted a career-high 3 passes, 2 of which he returned for TDs Also set a career high in PBUs (8), while accumulating 20.5 tackles, 1 TFL and 1 FF Did not play in 2011 As a freshman, played in 5 games collecting 1 INT, 6 tackles and 1 PBU... Attended Trotwood-Madison High School in Trotwood, Ohio. 172 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

131 35 MARCUS TRICE Ht: 5-8 Wt: 193 Age: 23 College: North Texas Acquired: Undrafted free agent in 2014 SAFETY Played in 38 career games (25 for North Texas, 13 for Oklahoma), tallying 153 tackles, 11 TFLs, 1 sack, 10 pass deflections, 4 forced fumbles and 3 fumble recoveries As a senior was named to the 2013 conference USA All-Conference First Team at defensive back Named first-team all-conference by C-USA Led NT with 5 interceptions and 8 PBU s Tied for fourth in C-USA in interceptions and seventh in PBU s Finished third on the team in tackles with a career-high 90 Had 4.5 tackles for loss and 2 forced fumbles Led NT with 3 blocked kicks on the year, 2 punts and 1 field goal Started all 12 games and finished with 63 tackles and 6.5 tackles for a loss as a junior Had 2 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles and 2 fumble recoveries Sat out after transferring from Oklahoma in 2011 Made a member of the special teams as a freshman Ranked nationally as the #174 best player coming out of Mesquite HS (Mesquite, TX) according to Rivals.com Ranked No. 20 cornerback (Rivals.com), No. 20 overall player (Rivals.com), No. 25 cornerback (Scout.com), and No. 35 overall in southwest (SuperPrep) Awarded 2008 second team all-class, all-star Super Team compiled by Texas Football Magazine... Unanimously voted first team all-district selection Selected to participate in the Hawaii vs. Mainland All-American bowl game Had 61 catches for 790 yards and five touchdowns in 2008 Had 60 total tackles, 40 solos, 14 pass breakups and seven sacks in UNDRAFTED ROOKIE AIR MILES Planning to follow the Bears on the road? The following is a list of the round-trip air miles between Chicago s O Hare Airport and the cities they will visit during the 2014 season: Seattle Seahawks...3,516 Cleveland Browns San Francisco 49ers... 3,750 New York Jets...1,438 Carolina Panthers (Charlotte)...1,110 Atlanta Falcons... 1,162 New England Patriots (Providence)...1,688 Green Bay Packers Detroit Lions Minnesota Vikings (Minneapolis) This year s total... 14, total...14, total... 10, total...14, total... 20, total... 12, total...14, total... 10, total...16, total...13, total...9, total...10, total... 16, total*...12, total...9, total...12, total...13, total...12, total...21, total...11,862 Totals include pre-season; the 1997 total includes the pre-season game in Dublin, Ireland. Dublin is 8,466 round-trip air miles from O Hare. The 2011 total includes the regular season game in London, England. London is 7,900 round-trip air miles from O Hare. *2002 total includes nine flights to Champaign for home games. CHICAGOBEARS.COM 173

132 FIRST YEAR PLAYERS* (8) No Name Pos Ht Wt Age Exp College Acq 11 Bellamy, Josh WR Louisville WC-14 (WAS) 48 Hartson, Brandon LS Houston UnFA Hurst, Demontre CB Oklahoma UnFA Long, Joe T Wayne State PS-13 (PIT) 72 Robertson, Tracy DE Baylor WFA-13 (MIA) 81 Toliver, Terrence WR LSU WFA-12 (DET) 1 Way, Tress P Oklahoma UnFA Williams, Chris WR New Mexico State PS-13 (NO) ROSTER ROOKIES (24) No Name Pos Ht Wt Age Exp College Acq 73 Booth, Cody T R Temple UnFA Carey, Ka Deem RB R Arizona D4a Dunbar, James G R TCU UnFA Dunn, Brandon DT R Louisville UnFA Fales, David QB R San Jose State D6a Ferguson, Ego DT R LSU D Fuller, Kyle CB R Virginia Tech D Groy, Ryan G R Wisconsin UnFA Jones, Christian LB R Florida State UnFA Lattimore, DeDe LB R South Florida UnFA Leno, Jr., Charles T R Boise State D Louis-Jean, Al CB R Boston College UnFA Lynch, Jordan RB R Northern Illinois UnFA Merrell, Jamil DE R Rutgers UnFA O Donnell, Patrick P R Miami (Fla.) D6b O Neill, Conor LB R Wisconsin UnFA Ola, Michael T/G R Hampton WC-14 (MIA) 71 Pegues, Lee DT R East Carolina UnFA Perry, Senorise RB R Louisville UnFA Purdy, Derricus CB R Texas Southern UnFA Rempel, Chad LS R Saskatchewan UnFA Sutton, Will DT R Arizona State D Trice, Marcus S R North Texas UnFA Vereen, Brock S R Minnesota D4b-14 * First year designation is for players who have previously been in a professional football league in either training camp, regular season, or post-season; but were not on the active roster (or IR) for at least six games. BEARS PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Eben Britton (EBB-un) Chris Conte (CON-tee) Shaun Draughn (DRAWN) Armanti Edwards (are-maun-tee) Tony Fiammetta (Fee-ah-met-uh) Matt Forte (four-tay) Isaiah Frey (Fry) Robbie Gould (GOLD) Demontre Hurst (DUH-mon-tray) Alshon Jeffery (AL-shon) Al Louis-Jean (LEWIS-Jean) Jason Mastrud (MASS-trood) Sherrick McManis (SHARE-rick mick-man-us) Stephen Paea (pie-yah) Lee Pegues (puh-geese) Senorise Perry (suh-nor-iss) Marquess Wilson (mar-keese) COACHES Sean Desai (d-sigh) 174 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

133 No Name Pos Ht Wt Age Exp College Acq 69 Allen, Jared DE Idaho State UFA-14 (MIN) 91 Bass, David DE Missouri Western St. WC-13 (OAK) 83 Bennett, Martellus TE Texas A&M UFA-13 (NYG) 60 Boggs, Taylor G/C Humboldt State WFA-13 (NYJ) 57 Bostic, Jonathan LB Florida D Briggs, Lance LB Arizona D Britton, Eben G/T Arizona UFA-13 (JAX) 78 Brown, James T/G Troy UnFA Bushrod, Jermon T Towson UFA-13 (NO) 8 Clausen, Jimmy QB Notre Dame UFA-14 (CAR) 98 Collins, Nate DT Virginia UFA-12 (JAX) 47 Conte, Chris S California D Cutler, Jay QB Vanderbilt TR-09 (DEN) 64 de la Puente, Brian C California UFA-14 (NO) 38 Draughn, Shaun RB North Carolina WFA-14 (IND) 80 Edwards, Armanti WR/KR Appalachian State WFA-14 (CLE) 43 Fiammetta, Tony FB Syracuse WFA-13 (NE) 32 Ford, Michael RB LSU UnFA Forté, Matt RB Tulane D Franklin, Jerry LB Arkansas PS-12 (DAL) 31 Frey, Isaiah CB Nevada D Garza, Roberto C/G Texas A&M-Kingsville UFA-05 (ATL) 9 Gould, Robbie K Penn State WFA-05 (BAL) 52 Greene, Khaseem LB Rutgers D Hayden, Kelvin CB Illinois UFA-12 (ATL) 99 Houston, Lamarr DE Texas UFA-14 (OAK) 17 Jeffery, Alshon WR South Carolina D Jennings, M.D. S Arkansas State UFA-14 (GB) 26 Jennings, Tim CB Georgia UFA-10 (IND) 73 Lane, Austen DE Murray State WFA-14 (DET) 75 Long, Kyle G Oregon D Marshall, Brandon WR Central Florida TR-12 (MIA) 87 Mastrud, Jeron TE Kansas State UFA-14 (OAK) 50 McClellin, Shea LB Boise State D McCray, Danny S LSU UFA-14 (DAL) 27 McManis, Sherrick CB Northwestern TR-12 (HOU) 86 Miller, Zach TE Nebraska-Omaha WFA-13 (TB) 67 Mills, Jordan T Louisiana Tech D Morgan, Josh WR Virginia Tech UFA-14 (WAS) 85 Mulligan, Matthew TE Maine UFA-14 (NE) 21 Mundy, Ryan S West Virginia UFA-14 (NYG) 92 Paea, Stephen DT Oregon State D Palmer, Jordan QB Texas-El Paso UFA-13 (JAX) 90 Ratliff, Jeremiah DT Auburn WFA-13 (DAL) 88 Rosario, Dante TE Oregon TR-13 (DAL) 76 Scott, Trevor DE Buffalo WFA-14 (TB) 59 Senn, Jordan LB Portland State UFA-14 (CAR) 68 Slauson, Matt G Nebraska UFA-13 (NYJ) 18 Spurlock, Micheal WR/KR Mississippi UFA-14 (DET) 20 Steltz, Craig S LSU D Tillman, Charles CB Louisiana-Lafayette D Washington, Cornelius DE Georgia D Weems, Eric WR/KR Bethune-Cookman UFA-12 (ATL) 58 Williams, D.J. LB Miami (Fla.) WFA-13 (DEN) 44 Wilson, Adrian S NC State WFA-14 (NE) 25 Wilson, C.J. CB NC State UnFA Wilson, Marquess WR Washington State D Young, Willie DE NC State UFA-14 (DET) ROSTER CHICAGOBEARS.COM 175

134 ROSTER BREAKDOWN HOW THEY GOT TO THE NFL FIRST ROUND ( 5 ) Matt Slauson (193), 2009 [NYJ] Jay Cutler (11), 2006 [DEN] Ryan Mundy (194), 2008 [PIT] Kyle Fuller (14), 2014 Jordan Palmer (205), 2007 [WAS] D.J. Williams (17), 2004 [DEN] Shea McClellin (19), 2012 SEVENTH ROUND ( 5 ) Kyle Long (20), 2013 Willie Young (213), 2010 [DET] Jeremiah Ratliff (224), 2005 SECOND ROUND ( 12 ) [DAL] Charles Tillman (35), 2003 David Bass (233), 2013 [OAK] Eben Britton (39), 2009 [JAX] Marquess Wilson (236), 2013 Lamarr Houston (44), 2010 [OAK] Charles Leno, Jr. (246), 2014 Matt Forté (44), 2008 Alshon Jeffery (45), 2012 UNDRAFTED F.A. ( 40 ) Jimmy Clausen (48), 2010 Cody Booth, 2014 Jonathan Bostic (50), 2013 James Dunbar, 2014 Ego Ferguson (51), 2014 Brandon Dunn, 2014 Stephen Paea (53), 2011 Ryan Groy, 2014 Kelvin Hayden (60), 2005 [IND] Christian Jones, 2014 Martellus Bennett (61), 2008 DeDe Lattimore, 2014 [DAL] Al Louis-Jean, 2014 Tim Jennings (62), 2006 [IND] Jordan Lynch, 2014 Jamil Merrell, 2014 THIRD ROUND ( 5 ) Michael Ola, 2014 [MIA] Adrian Wilson (64), 2001 [ARZ] Conor O Neill, 2014 Lance Briggs (68), 2003 Lee Pegues, 2014 Will Sutton (82), 2014 Senorise Perry, 2014 Armanti Edwards (89), 2010 Derricus Purdy, 2014 [CAR] Chad Rempel, 2014 Chris Conte (93), 2011 Marcus Trice, 2014 Michael Ford, 2013 FOURTH ROUND ( 9 ) Brandon Hartson, 2013 Roberto Garza (99), 2001 [ATL] Demontre Hurst, 2013 Ka Deem Carey (117), 2014 Tress Way, 2013 Khaseem Greene (117), 2013 C.J. Wilson, 2013 Brandon Marshall (119), 2006 Josh Bellamy, 2012 [KC] [DEN] James Brown, 2012 Craig Steltz (120), 2008 Jerry Franklin, 2012 [DEN] Jermon Bushrod (125), 2007 [NO] Joe Long, 2012 [STL] Jared Allen (126), 2004 [KC] Tracy Robertson, 2012 [HOU] Tony Fiammetta (128), 2009 Taylor Boggs, 2011 [NYJ] [CAR] Shaun Draughn, 2011 [WAS] Brock Vereen (131), 2014 M.D. Jennings, 2011 [GB] Terrence Toliver, 2011 [HOU] FIFTH ROUND ( 4 ) Nate Collins, 2010 [NYG] Sherrick McManis (144), 2010 Jeron Mastrud, 2010 [TB] [HOU] Danny McCray, 2010 [DAL] Austen Lane (153), 2010 [JAX] Chris Williams, 2009 [MIA] Dante Rosario (155), 2007 [CAR] Brian de la Puente, 2008 [SF] Jordan Mills (163), 2013 Matthew Mulligan, 2008 [MIA] Jordan Senn, 2008 [IND] SIXTH ROUND ( 10 ) Eric Weems, 2007 [ATL] Trevor Scott (169), 2008 [OAK] Michael Spurlock, 2006 [ARZ] Josh Morgan (174), 2008 [SF] Robbie Gould, 2005 [NE] Zach Miller (180), 2009 [JAX] David Fales (183), 2014 Isaiah Frey (184), 2012 Cornelius Washington (188), 2013 Patrick O Donnell (191), 2014 HOW THEY GOT TO CHICAGO FIRST ROUND ( 3 ) Tim Jennings, 2010 [IND] Shea McClellin (19), 2012 Roberto Garza, 2005 [ATL] Kyle Fuller (14), 2014 Kyle Long (20), 2013 UNDRAFTED F.A. ( 21 ) Cody Booth, 2014 SECOND ROUND ( 6 ) James Dunbar, 2014 Charles Tillman (35), 2003 Brandon Dunn, 2014 Matt Forté (44), 2008 Ryan Groy, 2014 Alshon Jeffery (45), 2012 Christian Jones, 2014 Jonathan Bostic (50), 2013 DeDe Lattimore, 2014 Ego Ferguson (51), 2014 Al Louis-Jean, 2014 Stephen Paea (53), 2011 Jordan Lynch, 2014 Jamil Merrell, 2014 THIRD ROUND ( 3 ) Conor O Neill, 2014 Lance Briggs (68), 2003 Lee Pegues, 2014 Will Sutton (82), 2014 Senorise Perry, 2014 Chris Conte (93), 2011 Derricus Purdy, 2014 Chad Rempel, 2014 FOURTH ROUND ( 4 ) Marcus Trice, 2014 Ka Deem Carey (117), 2014 Michael Ford, 2013 Khaseem Greene (117), 2013 Brandon Hartson, 2013 Craig Steltz (120), 2008 Demontre Hurst, 2013 Brock Vereen (131), 2014 Tress Way, 2013 C.J. Wilson, 2013 FIFTH ROUND ( 1 ) James Brown, 2012 Jordan Mills (163), 2013 WAIVED F.A. ( 13 ) SIXTH ROUND ( 4 ) Shaun Draughn, 2014 [IND] David Fales (183), 2014 Armanti Edwards, 2014 [CLE] Isaiah Frey (184), 2012 Austen Lane, 2014 [DET] Cornelius Washington (188), 2013 Trevor Scott, 2014 [TB] Patrick O Donnell (191), 2014 Adrian Wilson, 2014 [NE] Taylor Boggs, 2013 [NYJ] SEVENTH ROUND ( 2 ) Tony Fiammetta, 2013 [NE] Marquess Wilson (236), 2013 Zach Miller, 2013 [TB] Charles Leno, Jr. (246), 2014 Jeremiah Ratliff, 2013 [DAL] Tracy Robertson, 2013 [MIA] UNRESTRICTED F.A. ( 23 ) Terrence Toliver, 2013 [SD] Jared Allen, 2014 [MIN] D.J. Williams, 2013 [DEN] Jimmy Clausen, 2014 [CAR] Robbie Gould, 2005 [BALT] Brian de la Puente, 2014 [NO] Lamarr Houston, 2014 [OAK] WAIVER CLAIM ( 3 ) M.D. Jennings, 2014 [GB] Josh Bellamy, 2014 [WAS] Jeron Mastrud, 2014 [OAK] Michael Ola, 2014 [MIA] Danny McCray, 2014 [DAL] David Bass, 2013 [OAK] Josh Morgan, 2014 [WAS] Matthew Mulligan, 2014 [NE] TRADE ( 4 ) Ryan Mundy, 2014 [NYG] Dante Rosario, 2013 [DAL] Jordan Senn, 2014 [CAR] Brandon Marshall, 2012 [MIA] Michael Spurlock, 2014 [DET] Sherrick McManis, 2012 [HOU] Willie Young, 2014 [DET] Jay Cutler, 2009 [DEN] Martellus Bennett, 2013 [NYG] Eben Britton, 2013 [JAX] PRACTICE SQUAD F.A. ( 3 ) Jermon Bushrod, 2013 [NO] Joe Long, 2013 [PIT] Jordan Palmer, 2013 [JAX] Chris Williams, 2013 [NO] Matt Slauson, 2013 [NYJ] Jerry Franklin, 2012 [DAL] Nate Collins, 2012 [JAX] Kelvin Hayden, 2012 [ATL] Eric Weems, 2012 [ATL] 176 CHICAGO BEARS 2014 MEDIA GUIDE

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