Seahawks signed OL Frank Omiyale, formerly of the Bears.
The Seahawks are scheduled to host free agent OL Frank Omiyale on Monday.
Bears released OL Frank Omiyale.
The Chicago Tribune predicts that LT Frank Omiyale will be benched in 2011.
One veteran NFL scout specializing in offensive linemen believes Frank Omiyale has emerged as one of the "top half or top third" left tackles in the NFL this season.
If Bears LT Frank Omiyale plays 90 percent of his snaps at tackle this season, his salary for 2011 gets a $500,000 bump.
The Bears have settled on Frank Omiyale as their starting right tackle.
GM Jerry Angelo conceded that offensive line remains the Bears' "biggest question mark" this season.
Frank Omiyale said he has no problem at all switching from guard to right tackle.
Offensive coordinator Mike Martz confirmed that OG Frank Omiyale will move to right tackle.
Though it's not a done deal, coach Lovie Smith continued to suggest that OG Frank Omiyale will move to right tackle.
Bears OG Frank Omiyale is a candidate for the team's starting right tackle job in 2010.
Frank Omiyale replaced Josh Beekman as the Bears' starting left guard Sunday.
Bears LG Frank Omiyale has been removed from the starting lineup in favor of Josh Beekman.