Bears cut Jamaal Anderson

AP

Jamaal Anderson’s short tenure with the Chicago Bears has come to an end.

Anderson, the veteran defensive end who signed with the Bears last month, has been released, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

The transaction represents yet another disappointment for a player who was once viewed as so promising a pass rusher that the Falcons took him with the No. 8 overall pick in the 2007 NFL draft. Anderson has a grand total of 7.5 sacks in his entire NFL career.

Last year Anderson got on the field for just two games with the Bengals, and with the Bears now giving up on him, at age 27 he may be just about out of chances to make it in the NFL.

24 responses to “Bears cut Jamaal Anderson

  1. The Packers should sign him, he could still probably start on their depleted defensive line that gives up 200 yards rushing a game on average

  2. Too bad Rod Marinelli isn’t on the Bears anymore, he could’ve really molded him into a dominant force because, you know, he’s the D-line Whisperer (just like Mike Tice is the O-Line Whisperer).

    I’m being sarcastic.

  3. I don’t know what’s bigger news, that Jamaal Anderson was cut, or that a guy named Jamaal Anderson was on the team in the first place.

    I paid enough attention to the Bears’ offseason to think that I’ve at least heard of everyone that was worth mentioning in their camp, yet this name doesn’t ring a bell at all.

    I’m sure the guys at his future desk job will love to hear about the time he got drafted 8th overall.

  4. @ ninerswilldominatelikebefore — How’s AJ Jenkins working out? Pretty much any of the remaining 220 picks in the draft would’ve been better than him.

  5. @chc

    ouch. We have KAP u have cry baby cutler assuming you’re a bears fan, i think we can overcome jenkins, crabs didnt blossom into year 3 so hold on we’re not relying on jenkins to take us to the top look at the roster dude we’re stacked!!!!

  6. chc4
    Aug 17, 2013, 10:47 AM PDT
    @ ninerswilldominatelikebefore — How’s AJ Jenkins working out? Pretty much any of the remaining 220 picks in the draft would’ve been better than him.
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    Yeah because failing with a top 10 pick is as bad as failing with a late first rounder….

  7. Kinda expected this. With all the Bears coverage I read and listen to, I haven’t heard his name ONCE since the day he was signed. I actually forgot he was even there.

  8. Someone must have had a tough time with math. GB gave up 132 yards rushing a game on average last season.

  9. Hey Vicnocal…… Maybe he can play for Marinelli after all.. You know he is still coaching. It’s with the Cowboys, but still. This dude had ”bust” written all over him…

  10. As a Packers fan, it makes me nervous when I see the Bears cut a player of this caliber. That D-line is going to be a force to be reckoned with and I’m going to be real scared to see the Packers face the Bears this year.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH! Sometimes I’m too funny for my own good.

  11. @ ninerswilldominatelikebefore — Not a Bears fan but what does that have to do with anything? You made a clown comment and got called on it. Moral of the story for you is don’t be a tool.

  12. jrazz22 — That’s true. But at least Anderson started a bunch of games in his career. Has Jenkins even been active yet? With as weak as SF’s WRs, that Jenkins can’t even get a sniff is embarrassing.

  13. LOL…this is a Bears story, and the very first comment is about the Packers! Once more we see how obsessive and envious these Bear and Viking fans are regarding the historic, winning, classy Green Bay Packers franchise.

  14. chc4

    i made the comment because obviously anderson is a bust and drafted high by the falcons instead of future HOF WILLIS, as far as comparing jenkins to anderson?? look at the niners recent draft history man it’ll speak for it self, jenkins stinks right now but the verdict is still out as far as your man crush anderson, the ship has sailed.

  15. chc4
    Aug 17, 2013, 12:02 PM PDT
    jrazz22 — That’s true. But at least Anderson started a bunch of games in his career. Has Jenkins even been active yet? With as weak as SF’s WRs, that Jenkins can’t even get a sniff is embarrassing.
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    So what you’re saying is you’d rather waste time with a top 10 pick that’s a bust than move on from one early that’s a late 1st rd pick. Got it.

    Also, while Jenkins has been awful, there is still a chance he can turn it around, albeit a small chance.

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