Juaquin Iglesias, a 2009 third-round pick, has been informed by the Bears that he will be released.
That's a painful decision for the Bears, since Iglesias -- the 99th overall pick last year -- appeared in just one game last season and didn't register a single catch.
Iglesias was expected to push veteran Rashied Davis, but he was slowed by injury early in training camp. Davis, meanwhile, had one of the strongest training camps and preseasons of any receiver.
Iglesias had his moments later in training camp, and he even made a couple of catches in the preseason -- three to be exact, including one touchdown -- but he just didn't seem like a natural fit in Mike Martz's offense.