9:49 A.M.: The Bears have made the signing official, and Cain will be the long snapper for the team, reports Biggs (via Twitter).
8:54 A.M.: The Bears are in need of a long snapper, after the retirement of long-time Bear Patrick Mannelly and the release of Brandon Hartson. The team is expected to sign former Buccaneer Jeremy Cain, reports Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune (via Twitter).
Cain had filled in for Mannelly in two games last season, and was signed by the team as an undrafted rookie in 2004 to play backup linebacker, according to Biggs (via Twitter).
Cain also served as the Jaguars’ long snapper between 2009 and 2012, play in 64 games for the team, writes Biggs (via Twitter).