The Chicago Bears have parted ways with a former Super Bowl Most Valuable Player. The Bears agreed to release quarterback Nick Foles, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported Saturday, via Foles' agent Justin Schulman. Chicago officially released him Sunday. First-year general manager Ryan Poles and the Bears decided to allow Foles to find a new team rather than continue to search for a trade partner, Garafolo added. "Ryan Poles did the classy thing and Nick appreciates it," Schulman told Garafolo. Foles would've been a $10.66 million cap hit this season. His pre-June 1 release, comes with a cap savings of $3 million, but a dead cap number of $7.66 million.
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