Bears will place CB Charles Tillman on injured reserve with a torn triceps, ending his season.
Charles Tillman suffered a triceps injury in Sunday night's Week 2 game against the 49ers.
Speaking Friday, Bears GM Phil Emery confirmed that Peanut Tillman will remain at cornerback this season, and not be moved to safety.
Bears re-signed CB Charles Tillman to a one-year contract.
The Bucs hosted free agent CB Charles Tillman on Wednesday.
Sources tell the Chicago Tribune that the Bucs are interested in free agent CB Charles Tillman.
ESPN's Adam Caplan reported on NFL Insiders that "teams are doing research" on free agent CB Charles Tillman's ability to play safety.
Free agent CB Charles Tillman (torn right triceps) said he's still not medically cleared.
ESPN Chicago believes free agent CB Charles Tillman would have to accept a team-friendly deal to re-sign with the Bears.
Free agent CB Charles Tillman reiterated that he's not open to playing safety.
Free agent CB Charles Tillman expressed some interest in signing with Lovie Smith's Buccaneers.
Impending free agent CB Peanut Tillman hopes to re-sign with the Bears, and "guarantees" he'll retire as a member of the organization.
The Chicago Tribune doesn't expect the Bears to re-sign free agent CB Charles Tillman.
Impending free agent CB Peanut Tillman has no plans to retire, but acknowledges he might not be back with the Bears in 2014.