The Bears announced on Thursday that they have released safety Anthony Walters. Walters joined the Bears in 2011 and has mostly been a special teams contributor. In three seasons, he's recorded 21 tackles and one fumble recovery.
The Bears have signed safety Anthony Walters, who was let go by Arizona just before the regular season. Walters played 33 games with Chicago between 2011 and 2013.
The Cardinals have pared down their roster to 53 on Saturday by cutting 21 players. Arizona cut the following players: RB Zach Bauman, LB Marcus Benard, OL Philip Blake, LB Jonathan Brown, WR Dan Buckner, OL John Estes, DT Bruce Gaston, WR Brittan Golden, TE Andre Hardy, CB Jimmy Legree, CB Bryan McCann, OL Kelvin Palmer, RB Jalen Parmele, DT Isaac Sopoaga, OL Anthony Steen, S Curtis Taylor, LB Adrian Tracy, DT Christian Tupou, S Anthony Walters, CB Teddy Williams and OL Nate Potter.
The Cardinals signed linebacker Keenan Clayton and safety Anthony Walters. Clayton has played in 36 games for the Eagles and Raiders, while Walters made 10 special teams tackles for the Bears last year.
The Bears won't tender restricted free agent safety Anthony Walters, making him an unrestricted free agent at 4 p.m. ET, reports the Chicago Tribune.