Bears Cut Ties With $4 Million Quarterback: Report

Bears Make a Bold Move- The Chicago Bears faced some tough decisions in the quarterback room as the regular season approached. On Sunday, they made a significant one

Breaking News on Social Media- Jonathan Jones of CBS Sports reported via X (formerly known as Twitter) that the Bears have released quarterback P.J. Walker.

The Decision Behind the Release- General manager Ryan Poles had signed Walker to support third-year starter Justin Fields.

The Contract Details- Walker was inked to a two-year deal worth [$4.15 million]

Financial Implications for the Bears- Releasing Walker will cost the Bears $2.01 million, the guaranteed amount on his contract.

Who's Left in the Quarterback Room? With Walker's exit, the Bears now have undrafted rookie Tyson Bagent and veteran Nathan Peterman supporting Fields.

What's Next for Walker? The future remains uncertain for P.J. Walker after his release from the Bears.

A New Season Awaits- The Bears continue to make strategic decisions as they gear up for the upcoming NFL season.

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