Prosinski re-signed with the Bears on a one-year contract Monday, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports. Prosinski is a special teams stalwart, having racked up 56 tackles for the Bears the last two seasons. However, the soon-to-be 30-year-old slots in at the bottom of the depth chart at safety and isn't guaranteed a spot on the team.
Prosinski (calf) is questionable to play in Sunday's matchup against the Cowboys. Prosinski exited the Bears' contest on Monday night with a calf injury, but the severity of which remains vague at this point in time. If he is able to give it a go, he may be in line to see extensive action as starting free safety Adrian Amos (concussion) is also considered questionable to play.
Prosinski has re-signed with the Bears on a one-year deal. Prosinski wasn't much of a factor in his first season with the Bears, accruing 31 tackles (25 solo) while picking up a sack, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. He'll likely continue to chip in as secondary depth, with the Bears already set to start promising rookie Adrian Amos and a likely full healthy Antrel Rolle (knee) at their respective safety positions.
Prosinski notched three tackles in Sunday's 26-20 overtime loss to the 49ers. It's not clear if Prosinski was at fault for the botched coverage that resulted in a 71-yard game-winning touchdown for the 49ers' Torrey Smith in overtime, but the safety arrived too late to prevent the score. Though he's continued to fill in at safety for the injured Antrel Rolle, he's not exactly thriving. He hasn't accrued more than six tackles in any week this season and has produced just one turnover.
The Eagles have signed strong safety Chris Prosinski to a two-year contract worth $1,048 million, per ESPN, which is further reporting that none of it is guaranteed. Prosinski was picked up by Philadelphia recently after losing his spot with Jacksonville in late September. He played in three games early this year before losing time to an elbow/triceps strain.