Linebacker John Timu headed to the Chicago Bears.

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Defensive end Andrew Hudson, who resurrected his career at the University of Washington with 12.5 sacks last season, has signed a free-agent deal with the Buffalo Bills, according to his agent.

Meanwhile, two former Huskies — tight end Michael Hartvigson, a Bothell High School product, and running back Jesse Callier — tweeted that they will get an opportunity with the Seahawks as rookie mini-camp invitees.

Hudson, from Redlands, Calif., was all but off the team after his junior season in 2013. UW’s most productive defensive lineman in 2012, Hudson lost his starting spot in 2013 and finished the season with just two tackles. He was so far down the depth chart that eventually he volunteered to work with the scout team in practice, just so he could get some work in.

During the Apple Cup in 2013, he was one of the players honored before the game; UW’s coaching staff at the time, under Steve Sarkisian, had let Hudson know it would be best that he transfer elsewhere for his senior season. He was prepared to do so until Chris Petersen and his staff came to UW and offered Hudson another chance to make the team.

He didn’t waste the second chance. He started all 14 games at defensive end and had 12.5 sacks, seventh-most in the nation, and earned honorable-mention all-Pac-12.

Hartvigson, listed at 6-6, 253 pounds, appeared in 57 games at UW and was known mostly as a blocking tight end. He had 19 career receptions for 150 yards and one touchdown.

Callier missed most of his senior season last fall after rupturing his Achilles on the opening kickoff against Georgia State in September. Callier had won the job as UW’s starting running back in 2012 but tore his ACL in the first quarter of the season opener against San Diego State. He finis

It also sounds like former UW receiver DiAndre Campbell, an Oakland native, will get a chance with the San Francisco 49ers.

The Twitter buzz has linebacker John Timu heading to the Chicago Bears.

Still awaiting word on potential opportunities for Kasen Williams.