Former Clemson offensive lineman signs with Bears


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Cervenka is a solid lineman headed to the Bears
Cervenka is a solid lineman headed to the Bears

The Bears add more offensive line help.

Former Clemson offensive lineman Gage Cervenka has agreed to terms to a undrafted free agent contract on Sunday with the Chicago Bears.

Cervenka went undrafted last season but had a Pro Day style workout alongside teammates and second-rounder Jackson Carman in Clemson last month.

Apparently, the Bears liked what they saw or read about, and he is now headed to the Windy City.

For his Clemson career, he played 1,479 snaps over 46 career games, including 23 starts. In his two seasons as a starter, the Tigers had an impressive 29-1 record in two seasons.

He set the school record for an offensive lineman with 44 reps of 225 pounds at the bench press.

First reported on TigerNet.com.

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