As the #NFL offseason continues, teams have been freeing themselves of salary by players they deem are not worth keeping for their price tags. Some notable names [VIDEO] have already been relieved of their duties. Here are the players that were released (or in Mike Glennon’s case eventually released), on #February 28.

To see the players who were released on February 26 [VIDEO], click here.

Carolina Panthers

  • Jonathan Stewart - Running back

A first round pick by Carolina in 2008, Stewart was released by the Panthers after 10 seasons on Wednesday in a move that will clear up $3.7 million on their ledger. He rushed for 680 yards and six touchdowns in 2017, but also averaged a career-low 3.4 #Yards Per Carry.

His best season came in 2008 when he ran for 1,133 yards on 5.1 yards per carry and 10 touchdowns. He is the franchise’s all-time leading rusher with 7,318 yards.

Chicago Bears

  • Mike Glennon - Quarterback

While Glennon’s removal from the Bears’ roster isn’t quite official, general manager Ryan Pace said that his release will happen this offseason. When it does, it will add $11 million in salary cap room for Chicago. Glennon started the first four games under center in 2017 before the team inserted the 2017 second overall selection Mitchell Trubisky. Glennon completed 66.4 percent of his passes last year for 833 yards, four touchdowns, and five interceptions. He went 1-3 as the starter in 2017 and now has a career mark of 6-16 as a starting quarterback in his four seasons.

  • Willie Young - Linebacker

The Bears have split ways with Young by releasing the linebacker on Wednesday.

The roster move will save the team $3.6 million. He was placed on injured reserve after just four games with a triceps injury last season after compiling seven tackles and two sacks. His first season with Chicago in 2014 saw him finish with 10 sacks (then was lining up at defensive end). Young recorded 26 sacks in 50 games over four seasons with Chicago.

New York Jets

  • Muhammad Wilkerson - Defensive end

The Jets receive a massive $11 million of additional salary cap room by cutting the 2015 Pro Bowler Wilkerson. He signed a huge five-year/$86 million deal, but the team got out of it with three years remaining. In 13 games last season, the defensive end finished with 46 tackles, 3.5 sacks, and one interception. A first round pick by the Jets in 2011, Wilkerson had 44.5 sacks with the team including two seasons where he reached double-digits.