In the spring, running back Mike Davis was an acclaimed acquisition of the Bears via an independent agency.
He is now looking for a new team as Chicago leave Davis, said Ian Rapoport at the NFL Network Insider Saturday morning.
Davis and the Bears have agreed on a $ 6 million two-year contract, but it has been reduced, in part because it allows the team to choose a compensatory advance, added Rapoport.
Davis will immediately become an attractive option for needy teams.
In 2018, Davis played his second season with the Seahawks and became a notable free agent after accumulating a career record of 514 yards.
While rookie David Montgomery had taken the role of workaholic in recent weeks and Tarik Cohen was still part of the group, Davis's departure was expected.
Davis was little used for the Bears, with his season records with five races, 19 rushing yards, six receptions and 17 total yards, marking the first set of the season. He has had no offensive shots at two of his last three games.
In seven games, he has only 11 runs for 25 yards and seven catches for 22 yards.
He will bring new legs to suitors pretenders.