The Chicago Bears are releasing veteran cornerback Buster Skrine, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The Bears will save $4.938 million against their salary cap with the move.
Skrine joined the Bears in 2019, signing a three-year, $16.5 million contract that included $8.5 million guaranteed.
Skrine appeared in 12 games, making three starts, and had 66 tackles and a forced fumble last season.
The 10-year veteran has also played for the Cleveland Browns and New York Jets and has nine interceptions and 85 passes defended in his career.
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