The Facts: Davis is signing with the Bears, a source tells NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Diehards Line:The former practice squad earns his first big payday and you have to wonder if this isn't further indication that Jordan Howard, the subject of recent trade rumors, will come to pass. Whatever the case, Davis has proven to be a versatile player in an offensive landscape that demands it. Not only was he the NFL's 37st best rusher with 514 yards on 112 attempts (4.6 yards per carry) along with four rushing touchdowns but he also provided 34 receptions out of 42 targets for an additional 214 yards and a touchdown. Rising from the fourth running back on the depth chart at the beginning of the season to the team's unquestioned third-down back and fill-in when Chris Carson was hurt, Davis will now find himself in the mix with Howard (for as long as he's a Bear) and Tarik Cohen.