Chicago Bears add WR Raymond Radway, release Joe Anderson

Hannah Foslien

The Chicago Bears swapped one wide receiver for another, signing Raymond Radway to their practice squad while releasing Joe Anderson.

The Chicago Bears have made some moves with their practiced squad roster, signing wide receiver Raymond Radway and releasing Joe Anderson to make room (via Michael C. Wright). Both men entered the league as undrafted free agents.

The 6'3, 198-pound Radway was originally signed by the Dallas Cowboys in 2011. A fractured ankle in the final 2011 preseason game kept him from earning a spot on the roster, but Dallas saw enough in the young man to bring him back for the 2012 preseason. He failed to record a catch, though, and was released before the season began.

Radway played college ball at Abilene Christian University, where he averaged 13.7 yards per catch and 36.5 yards per game. His play was occasionally hampered by injury, including a broken hand in his junior season. Anderson signed with the Bears after a career at Texas Southern University but never advanced beyond the practice squad.

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