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New Bears' general manager Phil Emery will have about an extra $1.9 million in cap room to work with next season. Anthony Adams has said that the Bears informed him of his impending release, the first player transaction of Emery's regime.
Adams was held inactive in five games this past season, the most times he's been inactive since 2008, and dealt with nagging injuries all season.
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Defensive tackle Anthony Adams was with his family in Disney World when he learned the Bears had released him. He didn’t want to overdramatize the situation, though. ‘‘It wasn’t like I was on Space Mountain and my phone started going off,’’ Adams said Monday. Gracious and humorous even though...
The Bears informed nine-year pro Anthony Adams that he would be released yesterday.
The 31-year old defensive tackle spent five seasons in Chicago.
He left San Fransisco after four seasons to sign with the Bears in 2007. He then re-signed with the Bears last off-season with a three-year contract extension.
He racked up 144 tackles in 63 appearances in the “Windy City.”
The Chicago Bears front office has informed defensive tackle Anthony Adams of the club's intention to release him. Adams has spent the last five seasons playing for the team.
The Bears released DT Anthony Adams on Sunday, creating more salary-cap space before free agency begins, the news was first reported by Michael Wright of ESPN Chicago. Adams, who had four starts in 11 games last season, was due $1.9 million in 2012, the move creates more flexibility for new Chicago general manager Phil Emery, who has plenty of needs to address in free agency. Adams...
Phil Emery, the Chicago Bears new General Manager, is beginning to put his stamp on the 2012 edition of the Bears. His first move came Sunday when the club informed veteran Defensive Tackle Anthony Adams that he doesn’t fit into the team’s plans and will be released. The 31 year-old Adams was a popular teammate and played well early in [...]
Current Omaha Nighthawks RB Garrett Wolf is looking to make his NFL return in a big way. The former Bears RB remained unsigned throughout the 2011 lockout and finally signed with the Nighthawks of the United Football League in late 2011, but after a season and a half out of the NFL it looks like Wolf is eyeing a redemptive return, according to this tweet that he sent out this morning…...
The Bears are believed to have as much as $28 million in 2012 salary cap space. Whatever the number, they now have $1.9 million more. Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports that the Bears have cut defensive tackle Anthony Adams. The nine-year veteran was due to earn $1.9 million in 2012, the final year…
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Vincent Jackson wants a nice payday. The Chicago Bears sure could use a wide receiver. Sounds to me like a match made in heaven.
The Bears made the decision that Anthony Adams didn’t fit their plans moving forward and informed him Sunday he will be released with one year remaining on his contract.
The Chicago Bears informed veteran Anthony Adams on Sunday of the club's intentions to release him, according to the defensive tackle.
Coming off their fourth non-playoff season in the last five years, the Bears are raising ticket prices for the ninth time in 10 years since the opening of new Soldier Field in 2003.
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