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Chicago Tribune 9 hours ago
Chicago Bears will cut Buster Skrine, their starting nickel cornerback, a report says

Chicago Bears will cut Buster Skrine, their starting nickel cornerback, a report says

The Chicago Bears are releasing nickel cornerback Buster Skrine, ESPN reported. The 10-year NFL veteran had one season remaining on the three-year, $16.5 million deal he signed in 2019.
ClutchPoints 9 hours ago
Bears release CB Buster Skrine

Bears release CB Buster Skrine

The trend of NFL teams releasing players before free agency continued on Monday with the Chicago Bears making a move on the defensive side of the ball. With the team looking to create some cap space, they’ve released cornerback Buster Skrine, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Bears are releasing veteran CB Buster Skrine, per source. — […] The post Bears release CB Buster Skrine appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Da Windy City 9 hours ago

Chicago Bears were wise to cut veteran Buster Skrine

The Chicago Bears have decided to cut veteran cornerback Buster Skrine after spending two seasons with the Bears as their nickel cornerback, according to Adam Schefter. Skrine, 31, was originally drafted in the fifth round of the 2011 NFL draft by the Cleveland Browns. He spent four seasons each with the Browns and the New York […] Chicago Bears were wise to cut veteran Buster Skrine - Da Windy City - Da Windy City - A Chicago Sports Site - Bears, Bulls, Cubs, White Sox, Blackhawks, Fighting Illini & More
Windy City Gridiron 10 hours ago
Bears to release Buster Skrine

Bears to release Buster Skrine

Photo by Wesley Hitt/ According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Chicago Bears are going to release defensive back Buster Skrine. Letting him go right now would create about a little over $2.7 million in salary cap space with $3.3 million of dead money, but if the Bears wait and designate him a June 1 cut the move would save the them nearly $5 million. His contract was through the 2021 season, but there were two void years tacked on to his deal through 2023. Skrine has manned the nickelback spot for the Bears since the 2019 season, but a concussion ended his 2020 after...
Bear Goggles On Feb 14, 2021

Chicago Bears Free Agency Sign or Pass: Brian Poole

When the New York Jets let Buster Skrine walk in free agency and signed Brian Poole, it appeared as though they made the right decision. The Chicago Bears had the less slot cornerback in the past two seasons. Poole sat out the last couple of games with an injury, but so did Skrine. With Skrine […] Chicago Bears Free Agency Sign or Pass: Brian Poole - Bear Goggles On - Bear Goggles On - Chicago Bears News and Fan Community
Bear Goggles On Feb 9, 2021

Chicago Bears Free Agency Sign or Pass: Mike Hilton

The Pittsburgh Steelers are one of the teams most affected by the lowered salary cap coming, and it may lead to them losing a stud defensive starter in Mike Hilton. The Chicago Bears are likely to let Buster Skrine go after a poor season on the field ended with a serious injury. Would they be […] Chicago Bears Free Agency Sign or Pass: Mike Hilton - Bear Goggles On - Bear Goggles On - Chicago Bears News and Fan Community

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