Bears sign offensive lineman Ted Larsen

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The Bears have added another piece to their offensive line by agreeing to a one-year deal with Ted Larsen, the team announced on Thursday.

Larsen, 28, spent the first four seasons of his career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before joining the Arizona Cardinals for the past two years, lining up alongside recent Bears acquisition Bobby Massie.

Larsen has 57 career starts and will compete with new acquisition Manny Ramirez, whom the team signed on Wednesday, and second-year center Hroniss Grasu.

With veteran guards Matt Slauson and Kyle Long anchoring the starting jobs, the Bears have created some nice depth along the interior of their offensive line.

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