The Chicago Bears have agreed to a one-year contract with former San Francisco 49ers
defensive end Ray McDonald.
Bringing in McDonald, who played under new Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio in
San Francisco, could be controversial for Chicago given his issues with the law.
The 49ers cut McDonald in December after a woman accused him of sexually assaulting
her following a night of drinking in which she injured her head in a fall by his swimming
The team also announced Tuesday a one-year deal with defensive end Jarvis Jenkins,
who spent the past four years with the Washington Redskins.
>>Eagles Sign Matthews, Mays
The Minnesota Vikings signed linebacker Casey Matthews and safety Taylor Mays on
Mays, a five-year veteran, spent the past four seasons with Cincinnati and totaled nine
tackles, a sack and a safety in 16 contests in 2014.
A second-round pick of San Francisco in 2010, he was traded to Cincinnati a year later.
Over 66 games during his career, which has included 10 starts, Mays has totaled 98
tackles, one sack, six passes defensed and a safety.
Matthews spent his first four seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles and in 2014totaled
62 tackles and 1 1/2 sacks in 16 games (11 starts).
The Oregon product, who was taken by Philadelphia in the fourth round of the 2011
draft, totaled 72 tackles and 2 1/2 sacks in 65 games (15 starts) with the Eagles.