According to Mike C. Wright of ESPN Chicago, the Chicago Bears have released 24-year-old WR Max Komar. The second-year pro appeared in one game with the Bears in the 2011 NFL Season, but did not make any receptions. Chicago signed Komar midway through the season after the Arizona Cardinals released him.
Komar played with the Bears third string quarterback, Nathan Enderle, as a member of the Idaho Vandals football team. In 2009, his final season at Idaho, Komar caught 63 passes for 1052 yards.
The young wide receiver went undrafted in 2010, signing as a free agent with the Cardinals, where he played in 8 games and make 12 receptions for 117 yards.
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