Prior to the start of the regular season, the Chicago Bears faced some difficult decisions in the quarterback room.
They made a big one on Sunday.On August 27, CBS Sports' Jonathan Jones reported via X,
the social networking website formerly known as Twitter, that the Bears had released quarterback P.J. Walker.
Walker, a former Carolina Panthers quarterback, was signed to a two-year,
$4.15 million deal by general manager Ryan Poles to back up third-year starter Justin Fields.
Walker's release will cost the Bears $2.01 million, which was the guaranteed amount on his deal.
Walker's departure leaves the Bears just two players behind Fields on the roster: undrafted rookie Tyson Bagent and veteran Nathan Peterman.
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