We’ll round up Wednesday’s minor transactions from around the NFL in this space, with the latest moves added to the top of the list throughout the day:
- Cornerback Al Louis-Jean has re-signed with the Bears on a two-year deal, the team announced today (via Twitter). An undrafted free agent, Louis-Jean remained under team control, but didn’t have a contract for 2015, as an exclusive rights free agent. The 21-year-old recorded nine tackles and one pass defended as a rookie in 2014.
- The Seahawks have signed wide receiver Douglas McNeil to a three-year reserve/futures contract, reports Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun (via Twitter). McNeil, who spent some time on the Broncos’ practice squad earlier in the season, finished the season on Seattle’s taxi squad. With Seattle’s season now over, I expect we’ll see the club lock up several more of its PS players very soon.
- In addition to naming a defensive coordinator today, the Cardinals also made a small roster move, signing free agent safety D.J. Campbell, according to Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com (via Twitter). Cut before the 2014 season by the 49ers, Campbell last player a regular season game in 2013 for the Dolphins.