Bears Waive Chase Claypool
The Chicago Bears have asked Chase Claypool to stay away from the team's facilities this week as they look for trade partners because they are sick of him.
following being told to stay at home following last week's game, Claypool will not be returning to the facility this week,
according to Bears head coach Matt Eberflus
It's crucial to assess each player's whole body of work at meetings, practice sessions, walkthroughs, etc. said Eberflus.
Claypool may depart Chicago after 11 games.
The wide receiver is on the trade market and is anticipated to be released if he doesn't find a new team after the Bears acquired him in exchange for a second-round selection.
Last week, Claypool voiced his displeasure with the Bears' offensive strategy. Benching came next.
18 receptions for 191 yards and a touchdown were made by the former second-round pick in 11 games.