Toeaina had a base salary of $760,000 as well as a $290,000 roster bonus and $75,000 workout bonus. Toeaina was reportedly asked to take a pay cut and refused. That is a cash savings of $1.125 million. Drafted by the Bengals in 2007, he missed their final roster and was on their practice squad. Picked up by the Bears in December that year, Toeaina had appeared in 35 games for the Bears, never living up to the potential that many had hoped for from him. Registering two sacks (2010) in his entire time career, he was not much of a force up the middle to be reckoned with. This could indicate another potential draft concern for the Bears, as the concept would likely be to get the same production for cheaper out of younger players. Keep checking in with us at WCG as we bring you the biggest and best news to come around the Chicago Bears.
Chicago Bears cut defensive lineman Matt Toeaina
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