CHICAGO (CBSNewYork/AP) — Free-agent tight end Martellus Bennett has signed a four-year deal with the Chicago Bears, according to multiple reports.

Soon after free agency got under way at 4 p.m., the former Giant tweeted: “I’m proud to say I’ll be joining my other brother @bmarshall next season. #BEARDOWN.”

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He wrote moments later that the deal is not complete, but Chicago is where he wants to be.

The Bears were looking for a tight end who can catch and block, and they addressed one of their biggest needs by bringing in Bennett.

Bennett spent his first four seasons in Dallas before signing a one-year, $2.5 million contract with the Giants last March. He had career highs with 55 receptions, 626 yards and five touchdowns.

But New York also made an addition on Tuesday.

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The G-Men agreed to sign cornerback Aaron Ross, according to multiple reports. Ross played with the Giants from 2007-2011 — winning two Super Bowls in the process — before signing a three-year, $15.3 million deal with Jacksonville on March 20, 2012.

The 30-year-old was released by the Jags on March 8, 2013 following a rather forgettable season. In 14 games played, the former first-round pick recorded 46 tackles but didn’t force a fumble or intercept a pass.

Ross tallied 200 tackles, 10 interceptions and two touchdowns in his five seasons with the Giants.

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