CHICAGO (CBS) — Allen Robinson is expected to accept his franchise tag from the Bears – but he could still be traded or sign a long-term deal.

But Kyle Fuller is not getting a deal, at least from the Bears.

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The salary cap-strapped Bears are expected to release their No. 1 cornerback to create $11 million in cap space without a true replacement on the roster.

There is still a chance the Bears could trade Fuller, but that seems unlikely.

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Vic Fangio’s Broncos are already rumored to be interested in Fuller.

Akiem Hicks’ future with the team is in doubt too.

The Bears reportedly have given him permission to seek a trade. The 31-year-old Hicks is set to earn $10.5 million in the final year of his contract.

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Also Thursday, following a disappointing four years with the Chicago Bears, it was announced that quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is heading to Buffalo after agreeing to terms on a one-year deal with the Bills.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff