[Chicago Sun-Times] Mike Brown could find some familiar faces to work with this season, but they won’t be at Halas Hall.
The Kansas City Chiefs are bringing in the veteran safety for a visit today, according to a league source, in a move that would reunite him with first-year head coach Todd Haley, who was the Bears’ receivers coach from 2001 to 2003.
The Bears let Brown’s contract expire, and he has been a free agent for three months. Brown told another source he is motivated to prove he remains a starting-caliber player. His injury history includes a torn anterior cruciate ligament in the season opener at San Diego in 2007.
Brown, 31, played his final game for the Bears on Dec. 22 against Green Bay before he was placed on injured reserve for the fourth time in five seasons. While injuries kept him out of 44 games over the last five seasons, Brown made 15 starts in 2008 and had 101 tackles, the third-highest total in his career and the most since 2002.