The Bears lost backup linebacker Hunter Hillenmeyer for the season after he became ill from the effects of a concussion during last Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions.
That opens a roster spot, which the Bears filled Wednesday by signing Rod Wilson.
You remember Wilson. OK, actually, you probably don't. The Bears drafted the mediocre linebacker in the seventh round in 2005, and he played 28 games with the team in 2006 and 2007.
Wilson played eight games with Tampa Bay last year and was cut by the Jacksonville Jaguars after the preseason in August.
In any case, we have to welcome Rod Wilson back to Chicago, and that means it is time to sing our song!