The Chicago Bears and free-agent defensive end Turk McBride agreed to a one-year deal on Wednesday. New Orleans Saints unrestricted free agent defensive end Turk McBride has signed a one-year contract with the Chicago Bears, according to ESPN. The Bears and free agent defensive end Turk McBride agreed to a one-year deal on Tuesday, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN Chicago reports citing a source familiar with the situation. McBride, 27, played in just 15 games for the Saints the past two seasons with two sacks. McBride spent the last two seasons in New Orleans serving primarily as a backup after playing the first three seasons of his career with the Kansas City Chiefs and the Detroit Lions. Bears general manager Phil Emery has said the Bears are interested in bringing Idonije back but possibly at a reduced price. His addition might cast some doubt on the future of unrestricted free agent Israel Idonije, who hasn’t drawn much interest in the market.