Chicago Bears wide receiver Eric Weems has declined to accept a paycut request, according to a source.
Weems is due a $1 million base salary and has a $1.6 million salary-cap figure in 2014 in the final year of his three-year, $4.2 million contract signed in 2012 that included $1.5 million in guaranteed money.
Weems' agent, Chris Martin, didn't return telephone calls.
The Bears cut wide receiver Earl Bennett earlier this week when he refused to take a paycut.
Weems has a $100,000 workout bonus, $250,000 in incentives through a playoff win plus making the Pro Bowl. He has also up to $500,000 receptions escalator.
Weems was a 2010 Pro Bowl special-teams selection for the Atlanta Falcons when he had 40 kick returns for 1,100 yards and a touchdown and had 18 punt returns for 230 yards and one touchdown with 16 special-teams tackles.
He played in every game last season for the Bears and caught one pass for eight yeards, returned five kickoffs for 57 yards and had nine special-teams tackles and one forced fumble.
In 2012, Weems had 13 kickoff returns for 231 yards and two catches for 27 yards with eight special-teams tackles.
Follow me on Twitter: @RavensInsider
Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun
Check out our partners at TiqIQ for the best deals on all games on the 2014 NFL schedule.
SEP 30 Jesse Lawrence
Jesse Lawrence of TiqIQ takes a look at the week's action
SEP 30 Joel Corry
A look at the players coming up big and small at the most important of times.
SEP 29 Jeff Fedotin
Better quarterback play has given Green Bay the edge.