- Michael C. Wright, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Chicago Bears signed receiver Raymond Radway to the practice squad on Tuesday.
To make room for Radway, the Bears released receiver Joe Anderson from the practice squad.
A standout at Abilene Christian University, Radway (6-foot-3, 198 pounds) was cut on Oct. 23 by the Dallas Cowboys, who brought him into the league in 2011 as an undrafted free agent. Radway appeared to be poised to earn a roster spot with the Cowboys as a rookie, but fractured his left ankle in the 2011 preseason finale.
The Cowboys brought Radway back in 2012, but the receiver was one of the club's final cuts after a preseason in which he didn't notch a catch.
Radway worked out for the Bears a little more than a month ago before re-signing with the Cowboys, where he spent two weeks before the club cut him. Once he became available, the Bears jumped into the picture.