Seven days after Roquan Smith requested an exchange, he and the Chicago Bears are as yet unfit to come to an understanding.
It's muddled if Smith could end a "hold-in" and complete the rest of his agreement year since the Bears presently can't seem to exhibit any proof of conforming to that solicitation.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that Matt Eberflus, the Bears' lead trainer, depicted Smith as "locked in" notwithstanding the agreement conflict.
The 25-year-old will go to Seattle with the group for the preseason game against the Seahawks on Thursday night, yet he won't take the field.
Smith was cleared to play last week after the Bears restored him off the actually incapable to perform (PUP) list. Regardless of being at instructional course, he missed last week's training.
Smith repeated his solicitation for an exchange and guaranteed he doesn't feel valued by the association's new front staff
in a proclamation distributed by Rapoport last Tuesday.