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Bears sign RB Perry, S Trice, waive two

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The Chicago Bears announced four roster moves on Monday morning, signing running back Senorise Perry and safety Marcus Trice and waiving punter Drew Butler and running back Willie Carter.

Perry, a 6-foot, 187-pound rookie out of Louisville, registered 677 yards rushing and 178 yards receiving during his senior year. He was also a member of the Cardinals special teams unit and is credited with 166 yards on kickoff returns last season.

The 5-foot-8, 193-pound Trice, also a rookie, was named to the Conference USA All-Conference first team last season with North Texas. Trice lead the Mean Green with five interceptions and eight pass break-ups during his senior year. He also spent two seasons (2009-10) at Oklahoma prior to transferring to North Texas.

Butler spent the 2013 preseason with Pittsburgh but was not on an active NFL roster last year. Carter signed with the Bears at the end of the 2013 regular season.

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