Chicago Bears conform to liberate quarterback Nick Foles after two seasons - ESPN

The Chicago Bears have agreed to free up quarterback Nick Foles, the team tested Saturday evening.

The Bears originally bought Foles two seasons in the past in a trade with Jacksonville for a fourth-round draft opt for.

After beginning seven video games in 2020, the tremendous Bowl LII MVP logged only 1 birth closing season. He carried a $10.67 million earnings-cap hit in 2022.

Chicago commonplace supervisor Ryan Poles established in March that the team had been trying to alternate Foles after adding veteran backup Trevor Siemian in free agency.

ESPN's Courtney Cronin contributed to this story.

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