Bears sign Khalil Mack’s younger brother Ledarius to a rookie free-agent contract

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CHICAGO — When the NFL draft ended Saturday evening, the Bears turned their attention to undrafted free agents. And among the first players they reached an agreement with was Khalil Mack’s younger brother Ledarius, according to a Tweet from the official University at Buffalo account.

Ledarius Mack was a second-team All-MAC selection last season as a defensive end. He had eight sacks, 12 tackles for a loss and three forced fumbles.

The Bears added five players to their seven-man draft class on Saturday. The class is headlined by tight end Cole Kmet and cornerback Jaylon Johnson. The team also added edge rusher Trevis Gipson, receiver Darnell Mooney, cornerback Kindle Vildor and offensive linemen Arlington Hambright and Lechavious Simmons.


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