By Matt Conner
Former Kansas City Chiefs running back Knile Davis has found a new home with a familiar coach with the Chicago Bears.
The Chicago Bears have decided to give another chance to a familiar face for Kansas City Chiefs fans, and it likely stems from having a new coach in Matt Nagy who knows what he can do. Adam Schefter reports that the Bears have signed Knile Davis to come in and compete at running back and, more importantly, returner.
The Bears are already well-stocked at the running back position with Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen leading the way (although Howard has been banged up a bit in camp). Benny Cunningham and Taquan Mizzell are also a part of the current plan, and even rookie FA Ryan Nall impressed with his burst this offseason. Davis could certainly make an impact there with his play, but the team will likely enjoy his special teams presence even more.
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Cohen and Cunningham are also in the mix for punt and kick returner along with cornerback Bryce Callahan, who returned only one punt last year and took it all the...