Bears lose football operations assistant Snyder to Philly

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A new face will loom over the Bears cuts this summer.

Football operations assistant Jeremy Snyder was the turk for the last four seasons, summoning players who were being let go to bring their playbook and head upstairs.

Snyder has moved on to a promotion with the Philadelphia Eagles where he might not have to be the bearer of bad news to so many. He has joined the Eagles as a pro scout making him the second front office member to depart. Assistant director of pro personnel Morocco Brown departed for a job with another NFC East club already. Hes become the director of pro personnel for the Washington Redskins.

Snyder, 29, wore many hats with the Bears, working as a right-hand man under contract negotiator Cliff Stein and also helping with the scouting departments.

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