The Chicago Bears have finally cut ties with offensive lineman J’Marcus Webb.
Webb, 25, has been in the NFL since 2010 but has failed to do much of anything while serving as a member of the Chicago Bears offensive line.
The 6-foot-7 and 333 pound lineman has struggled at multiple positions on the line and thus even a pay cut could not save his roster spot for the 2013 season.
Jermon Bushrod was signed in the off-season to play left tackle while fifth-round pick Jordan Mills will play on the right side of the line.
With new head coach Marc Trestman in town the Bears made a point to improve their offensive line in front of Jay Cutler. Webb will look elsewhere for a roster spot.