The Bears have added a receiver — finally. The team traded a conditional seventh-round pick to the Los Angeles Chargers for Dontrelle Inman, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Inman had only two catches for nine yards this season, but is one year removed from his best season. In 2016, he caught 58 passes for 810 yards and four touchdowns. The 6-3, 198-pounder is in his fourth season, all with the Chargers, but is 28 years old. The Bears have needed help at receiver since the preseason, when Cam Meredith tore his ACL in the team’s third exhibition game. Kevin White broke his shoulder in the opener and Markus Wheaton hurt his groin two weeks ago. The team has been playing Tanner Gentry and Tre McBride — who have combined for four catches for 54 yards — outside with Kendall Wright in the slot.
Bears trade for Chargers WR Dontrelle Inman: report
Chicago Sun-Times | Oct 25