Will Yoder
Friday March 2nd, 2012

The Chicago Bears released lineman Anthony Adams and tackle Frank Omiyale today, according to ProFootballTalk.

This move saves the Bears $2.5 million in cap space, which may allow Chicago to bring in some new talent that could transform both lines.

Omiyale had been removed from the starting lineup early in the 2011 season, playing in 16 games but only starting three. He has played in 54 games during his career and started 32. Adams had been with the Bears for the past five seasons, he had 16 tackles last season for the Bears and played in 11 games and started four.

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