We know the Bears have issues right now in the secondary. Talent issues and health issues. It's the last day of training camp, and kinda late to be adding veterans. But, better late than never.
The team released veteran cornerback Eric Green Wednesday, less than five months after signing him to a two-year deal that was worth up to $6 million with incentives.
Green was given a chance to compete for a starting job opposite Will Allen, but struggled throughout the offseason. His fate in Miami was sealed Monday night, when Troy Williamson burned him repeatedly in the team's preseason opener.
A third-round pick by Arizona in 2005, Green may get one more chance elsewhere because of his age and starting experience.
Also of note, the Lions waived safety Daniel Bullocks, the 40th overall pick of the 2006 draft. Bullocks was a Rod Marinelli draft pick.
Daniel Bullocks started 15 games for the Lions during their 0-16 season, but he may be through with the organization.
Bullocks has been waived/injured by the team because of a right knee issue. He tore his ACL in the same knee in 2007, and was forced to miss the season.
The 40th overall pick of the 2006 draft, Bullocks started 22 of 31 career games with the Lions. He will revert to injured reserve if no one claims him on waivers. Considering his pedigree, a claim could be possible.