Bears release practice squad QB

The Chicago Bears have had their fair share of quarterback difficulties this season. With inability to move the ball down the field and injuries forcing backups to step in, 

the squad has had a difficult year to say the least. Following their painful loss to the Detroit Lions last week, 

Chicago has now released their quarterback, depleting the depth for the underperforming offense. 

The organization has chosen to release quarterback Trace McSorley, who had only recently joined the practice squad.  

McSorely was the backup quarterback to second-stringer Tyson Bagent, who was filling in for the injured Justin Fields. 

Fields suffered a thumb injury a few weeks ago that held him out until this week, when he passed for 169 yards and a touchdown in a loss. 

McSorley has only played nine games in the NFL and has thrown for 502 yards, one touchdown, and five interceptions. He has previously played for the Baltimore Ravens, Arizona Cardinals,  

New England Patriots, and now the Chicago Bears. It would be fascinating to see which team signs him now that he has been released by Chicago. 

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