Mark Sanchez agrees to one-year deal with Bears, sources say

He spent the next two seasons with the Jets before having stints with the Broncos and Cowboys past year. With the Sanchez signing, their QB depth chart includes Mike Glennon, Mark Sanchez, David Fales, and Connor Shaw.

Sanchez is an eight year veteran. Sanchez agreed to a one-year contract with Chicago on Thursday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, citing a source.

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Sanchez, who began his National Football League career with the Jets, has played just 15 games since 2014 while bouncing between the Eagles, Broncos and Cowboys.

Sanchez, the fifth overall pick in the 2009 draft, found himself with the Dallas Cowboys in 2016 after he was unable to win the Denver Broncos' starting job in a battle with Trevor Siemian and was released. He slides in as the No. 2 behind Mike Glennon.

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But he is a veteran backup capable of stepping in and starting some games. Last season, the Bears started three - Jay Cutler, Brian Hoyer and Matt Barkley - because of injuries. The situation with all these Chicago Bears quarterbacks might not be a positive one for fans looking at the depth chart, but at least the Mark Sanchez contract is expected to be an low-priced one when the front office makes the official announcement on Friday (March 24).

The Bears are still expected to strongly consider selecting a quarterback in the upcoming draft.

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As for the Bears, they are coming off an abysmal 3-13 season and haven't been to the playoffs since the 2010 campaign.