Leonard Floyd released by Bears
The Chicago Bears released linebacker Leonard Floyd.
The move clears $13.2 million in cap space. Floyd recorded career-lows in sacks (3.0) and tackles for loss (3) last season despite starting all 16 games. The former top-10 pick will be 28 at the start of next season.
Floyd had 12 quarterback hits and 26 pressures last season, both up from his 2018 numbers. Per Pro Football Focus, Floyd has never produced a pass-rush grade above 65.0 nor finished in the 50th percentile in that metric in any given season.
- Detroit's Jamal Agnew converting to wide receiver May 26th, 2020
- Jets' Joe Flacco (neck) not ready for Week 1's regular season opener May 26th, 2020
- D.J. Chark to continue working out of Jaguars' slot May 26th, 2020
- Patriots unsure about bottom of wide receiver depth chart May 26th, 2020
- Colts' Parris Campbell to play more slot snaps May 26th, 2020
- Dolphins reportedly believe Tua Tagovailoa could see rookie snaps May 26th, 2020
- Jalen Ramsey to report to Rams training camp May 26th, 2020
- Rams committed to backfield committee May 21st, 2020
- Rams embracing open competition in backfield May 4th, 2020
- Josh Reynolds 'on track' to be Rams' starter April 29th, 2020
- Rams select tight end Brycen Hopkins at No. 136 April 25th, 2020
- Rams select linebacker Terrell Lewis at No. 84 April 24th, 2020