Bears release J'Marcus Webb

As cuts begin to trickle in, offensive tackle J'Marcus Webb announced the Bears have released him. Aaron Wilson

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The Chicago Bears decided to part ways with offensive tackle J'Marcus Webb on Friday.

Webb announced the news on both his personal twitter and facebook pages.

"Good bye, Chicago! I gave you 3 years of me," Webb tweeted.

On facebook, Webb wrote a little bit more about his thoughts on leaving the franchise.

"It'll be good to have a fresh start. 3 years of starting with no injuries? Ill be ok," he wrote. "I'm no different than many of you. Change is good."

Webb was selected in the seventh round of the 2010 NFL draft by the Bears. He started 44 of the 46 games he appeared in, including every game for the past two seasons.

It would appear the new coaching change played a role in releasing Webb, who was drafted under head coach Lovie Smith.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.

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