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NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateExpCollege
69Allen, Jared DE6-62704/3/198211Idaho State
91Bass, David DE6-42569/11/19902Missouri Western State
11Bellamy, Josh WR6-02065/18/19891Louisville
83Bennett, Martellus TE6-62653/10/19877Texas A&M
60Boggs, Taylor C6-32852/20/19873Humboldt State
57Bostic, Jon ILB6-12455/5/19912Florida
55Briggs, Lance OLB6-124411/12/198012Arizona
62Britton, Eben G6-630810/14/19876Arizona
78Brown, James T6-430611/30/19883Troy
74Bushrod, Jermon T6-53208/19/19848Towson
25Carey, Ka'Deem RB5-1020710/30/1992RArizona
8Clausen, Jimmy QB6-22109/21/19875Notre Dame
98Collins, Nate DT6-229612/14/19875Virginia
47Conte, Chris FS6-22032/23/19894California
6Cutler, Jay QB6-32204/29/19839Vanderbilt
64De La Puente, Brian C6-33065/13/19855California
38Draughn, Shaun RB6-020512/7/19872North Carolina
79Dunn, Brandon DT6-23009/5/1992RLouisville
80Edwards, Armanti WR5-111903/8/19885Appalachian State
12Fales, David QB6-122810/4/1990RSan Jose State
95Ferguson, Ego DT6-23159/22/1991RLouisiana State
43Fiammetta, Tony FB6-02508/22/19865Syracuse
32Ford, Michael RB5-102165/27/19902Louisiana State
22Forte, Matt RB6-221812/10/19857Tulane
53Franklin, Jerry LB6-12451/10/19882Arkansas
31Frey, Isaiah CB6-01904/6/19902Nevada
23Fuller, Kyle CB5-111902/16/1992RVirginia Tech
71Gandy, Dylan G6-32953/8/198210Texas Tech
63Garza, Roberto C6-23103/26/197914Texas A&M - Kingsville
9Gould, Robbie K6-018512/30/198110Penn State
52Greene, Khaseem OLB6-12412/4/19892Rutgers
53Groy, Ryan G6-53209/30/1990RWisconsin
48Hartson, Brandon LS6-223810/3/19891Houston
24Hayden, Kelvin CB6-01957/23/198310Illinois
10Holmes, Santonio WR5-111923/3/19849Ohio State
99Houston, Lamarr DE6-33006/24/19875Texas
83Hughes, Kofi WR6-22173/27/1992RIndiana
30Hurst, Demontre CB5-101833/24/19911Oklahoma
17Jeffery, Alshon WR6-32162/14/19903South Carolina
26Jennings, Tim CB5-818512/24/19839Georgia
37Jennings, M.D. FS6-01877/25/19884Arkansas State
96Jones, Christian ILB6-32402/18/1991RFlorida State
73Lane, Austen DE6-626511/9/19874Murray State
60Lattimore, DeDe ILB6-12371/30/1991RSouth Florida
72Leno, Charles T6-330210/9/1991RBoise State
75Long, Kyle G6-631312/5/19882Oregon
79Long, Joe T6-53047/27/19891Wayne State (Mich.)
39Louis-Jean, Al DB6-118710/13/1993RBoston College
36Lynch, Jordan RB6-022010/3/1990RNorthern Illinois
15Marshall, Brandon WR6-42303/23/19849Central Florida
87Mastrud, Jeron TE6-625512/17/19875Kansas State
50McClellin, Shea LB6-32458/1/19893Boise State
29McCray, Danny SS6-12213/10/19885Louisiana State
27McManis, Sherrick CB6-119312/19/19875Northwestern
67Mills, Jordan T6-531612/24/19902Louisiana Tech
19Morgan, Josh WR6-12206/20/19857Virginia Tech
13Moss, Dale WR6-32159/24/19881South Dakota State
85Mulligan, Matthew TE6-42671/18/19856Maine
21Mundy, Ryan FS6-12092/11/19856West Virginia
16O'Donnell, Pat P6-42202/22/1991RMiami (Fla.)
70Ola, Michael T6-43124/19/1988RHampton
92Paea, Stephen DT6-13005/11/19884Oregon State
2Palmer, Jordan QB6-52305/30/19846Texas-El Paso
71Pegues, Lee DT6-22917/13/1991REast Carolina
35Perry, Senorise RB6-01879/19/1991RLouisville
36Purdy, Derricus DB6-01903/3/1990RTexas Southern
90Ratliff, Jeremiah DT6-43038/29/198110Auburn
24Reynaud, Darius WR5-920812/29/19846West Virginia
72Robertson, Tracy DE6-43009/26/19891Baylor
73Roland, Dennis T6-93153/10/19837Georgia
88Rosario, Dante TE6-324210/25/19848Oregon
76Scott, Trevor DE6-52608/30/19847Buffalo
59Senn, Jordan LB5-112256/11/19847Portland State
68Slauson, Matt G6-53152/18/19866Nebraska
18Spurlock, Micheal WR5-112101/31/19838Mississippi
20Steltz, Craig SS6-12105/7/19867Louisiana State
93Sutton, Will DT6-030310/3/1991RArizona State
32Thompson, Peyton DB5-101809/26/19901San Jose State
33Tillman, Charles CB6-21982/23/198112Louisiana-Lafayette
35Trice, Marcus DB5-819311/8/1990RNorth Texas
76Turner, Robert G6-43088/20/19847New Mexico
45Vereen, Brock SS5-111998/17/1992RMinnesota
94Washington, Cornelius DE6-42659/10/19892Georgia
82Williams, Chris WR5-81759/16/19871New Mexico State
58Williams, D.J. MLB6-12427/20/198211Miami (Fla.)
10Wilson, Marquess WR6-41849/14/19922Washington State
25Wilson, C.J. CB5-1118711/18/19892North Carolina State
44Wilson, Adrian DB6-323010/12/197914North Carolina State
97Young, Willie DE6-42519/19/19855North Carolina State
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86Miller, Zach (IR) TE6-523610/4/19845Nebraska-Omaha
 
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Michael Ola
News
The Dolphins waived defensive back Deion Belue and offensive linemen David Hurd and Michael Ola, the team announced.
Jared Allen
News
The following players will not dress for the Bears on Friday against the Eagles: safety Craig Steltz, cornerback Tim Jennings, cornerback Isaiah Frey, safety Chris Conte, offensive lineman Eben Britton, tackle Jordan Mills, defensive end Jared Allen, guard Kyle Long and and tight end Martellus Bennett.
Jerry Franklin
News
The Bears put seven players on their practice squad: linebacker Jerry Franklin, corner Demontre Hurst, quarterback Jerrod Johnson, wideout Ricardo Lockette, tight end Fendi Onobun, fullback Harvey Unga and defensive end Aston Whiteside.

Chicago has one more spot available on the practice squad.

Al Louis-Jean
No Updates
Brandon Hartson
News
The Bears signed 11 players to reserve/future contracts: long snapper Brandon Hartson, cornerbacks C.J. Wilson and Demontre Hurst, tight ends Fendi Onobun and Zach Miller, quarterback Jerrod Johnson, linebacker Lawrence Wilson, offensive tackle Rogers Gaines, safety Sean Cattouse, wideout Terrence Toliver and defensive tackle Tracy Robertson.
Matthew Mulligan
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The Bears signed former Patriots tight end Matthew Mulligan to a one-year deal, reports ESPN's Adam Caplan.
Robert Turner
News
The Titans inactives list for Week 9 against the Rams Sunday features four players from the injury report, along with three healthy scratches. Offensive lineman Robert Turner (shoulder) and David Stewart (shoulder) were joined by linebacker Moise Fokou (knee) and defensive back Michael Griffin (quadriceps) are all unable to play due to injuries.

They are joined by healthy scratches in Pat McQuistan, Lavar Edwards and Zac Diles

Jon Bostic
News
Bears rookie linebacker Jon Bostic recorded his first career sack Week 13 at Minnesota. He also finished with a season-high nine tackles (five solo).

Bostic has managed five solo tackles in three straight games.

Kyle Long
News
The following players will not dress for the Bears on Friday against the Eagles: safety Craig Steltz, cornerback Tim Jennings, cornerback Isaiah Frey, safety Chris Conte, offensive lineman Eben Britton, tackle Jordan Mills, defensive end Jared Allen, guard Kyle Long and and tight end Martellus Bennett.
Matt Forte
News
Bears running back Matt Forte, who turns 29 in December, said he is not going to join the list of backs who deteriorate rapidly as they near 30. He told the Chicago Tribune he's aiming to break the stereotype of "old running backs going downhill."

"This offseason I feel better than I have the past five or six offseasons. I got my rest and I know how to take care of my body now,' he said. "Yeah, it is going to be harder and harder every year, but as long as you continue to have your set routine and stick to it, and a lot of prayer too, that helps a lot. Health is the main deal."

Forte led the NFL in touches last year. He ranked third with 289 carries, and his 74 receptions also ranked third among running backs.

"It's hard to take Matt off the field, but for the best interests of the team we should take him off a little bit and get him rested," offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer told the paper. "You say, 'Next drive we are going to take him out.' And you look at him on the sideline and he doesn't look tired, so it is hard to take him out."

Willie Young
News
Bears defensive end Willie Young did not suit up for Thursday's preseason game because of a knee bruise, ESPN reports. Young signed with Chicago after staring 15 games with Detroit the previous season. He made his preseason debut last week and remains uncertain for Chicago's third preseason game.
Injury
knee - Questionable for Week 3 of preseason
Jermon Bushrod
News
The Bears released their injury report for Thursday's game against the Giants, and four key players are questionable: tight end Martellus Bennett (knee), linebacker Lance Briggs (hip, foot), defensive tackle Stephen Paea (toe) and cornerback Charles Tillman (knee).

Receivers Alshon Jeffery (ankle) and Joe Anderson (knee), and offensive tackles Jermon Bushrod (calf) and Eben Britton (foot) are probable.

The Bears ruled out safety Anthony Walters with a hamstring injury.

Shaun Draughn
News
Bears running back Shaun Draughn "appears to have solidified the No. 2 spot" behind starter Matt Forte, reports ESPN.com. Draughn continues to run ahead of rookie Ka'Deem Carey.

Draughn ran three times for 33 yards and caught two passes for 12 yards last Thursday against the Jaguars. Carey carried 13 times for 36 yards and a touchdown.

Chris Williams
News
The following Bills were ruled as inactive for Saturday's preseason game against the Steelers: Guard Chris Williams, tight end Tony Moeaki, wide receiver Marquise Goodwin, linebacker Ty Powell, safety Jonathan Meeks and kicker Dustin Hopkins.
Khaseem Greene
News
Bears rookie linebacker Khaseem Greene recorded his first career interception Week 13 at Minnesota, picking off pass that was bobbled by Vikings tight end Rhett Ellison at the goal line. Greene finished with five tackles (three solo).
Lee Pegues
No Updates
Matt Slauson
News
The Bears have signed offensive lineman Matt Slauson to a four-year deal.

The deal likely won't be finalized until Monday, but general manager Phil Emery announced the contract at a press conference Thursday. Slauson played a key role in the turnaround of the team's offensive line. Chicago was one of the few teams to start the same five lineman all season, though Jordan Mills got hurt in the team's final game. 

Jordan Senn
News
The Bears signed linebacker Jordan Senn to a one-year contract early in the free agency period Tuesday, the team announced. Senn has started just seven games in his six NFL seasons, mainly playing on special teams.
D.J. Williams
News
According to ESPN Boston, the following players are not expected to dress for the Patriots Friday night against Philadelphia: wide receiver Aaron Dobson, safety Tavon Wilson, safety Kanorris Davis, tight end D.J. Williams, tight end Michael Hoomanawanui, linebacker Cameron Gordon, linebacker Jerod Mayo, linebacker Ja'Gared Davis, linebacker James Anderson, center Bryan Stork, offensive tackle Chris Martin, defensive tackle Dominique Easley, wide receiver Jeremy Gallon, tight end Rob Gronkowski, defensive tackle Ben Bass, defensive tackle Jerel Worthy, defensive tackle Chris Jones, running back Tyler Gaffney, cornerback Alfonzo Dennard  and defensive tackle Sealver Siliga.
Lamarr Houston
News
The Bears signed defensive end Lamarr Houston to a five-year deal, reports FOX Sports.

The deal is reportedly worth $35 million over five years. Houston had six sacks and 69 total tackles in 2013 for the Raiders. 

Santonio Holmes
News
New Bears receiver Santonio Holmes expects to play Friday against the Seahawks, but it's unclear what kind of a role he'll have, reports ESPN.com. "I'd like him to dress," coach Marc Trestman said.

"I haven't had a chance to talk to him and see where he is. As I said yesterday, we want to get him in there as quickly as possible. We also want to respect him and do the right thing."

Charles Leno
News
The Bears agreed to terms with offensive tackle Charles Leno, safety Brock Vereen and quarterback David Fales. Four of Chicago's eight draft picks are under contract.
Sherrick McManis
News
The Bears re-signed cornerback Sherrick McManis, a key special teams player, to a one-year deal.
Brandon Dunn
No Updates
Dennis Roland
News
The Bears signed offensive tackle Dennis Roland and waived Cody Booth on Thursday. Roland previously played with the Bengals. 
Isaiah Frey
News
The Bears have unveiled a list of players that won't suit up for Thursday's preseason game against the Jaguars: Marquess Wilson, Craig Steltz, Isaiah Frey, Chris Conte, Eben Britton, Brian De La Puente, Jordan Mills, Chris Williams, Dante Rosario and Willie Young.
Demontre Hurst
News
The Bears signed 11 players to reserve/future contracts: long snapper Brandon Hartson, cornerbacks C.J. Wilson and Demontre Hurst, tight ends Fendi Onobun and Zach Miller, quarterback Jerrod Johnson, linebacker Lawrence Wilson, offensive tackle Rogers Gaines, safety Sean Cattouse, wideout Terrence Toliver and defensive tackle Tracy Robertson.
Marquess Wilson
News
Bears receiver Marquess Wilson likely won't return until at least the midway point of the season, reports USA Today. Wilson broke his collarbone in three places during practice two weeks ago.
Injury
Shoulder - Out until at least early November
Ego Ferguson
News
The Bears have agreed to a four-year deal with rookie defensive tackle Ego Ferguson , the team announced Tuesday. He's expected to work as part of the team's defensive line rotation as an interior run stuffer. 
Robbie Gould
News
Bears kicker Robbie Gould was not asked to do much during Sunday's season finale at home against the Packers in Week 17. Gould kicked four extra points and did not have a field goal attempt in a 33-28 defeat.

Gould finished the regular season 26 of 29 in field goal attempts, an 89.7 conversion rate.
Josh Morgan
News
Bears coach Marc Trestman referred to Josh Morgan as the "next man up" for the No. 3 receiver job, reports the Chicago Tribune. The position came open when Marquess Wilson broke his collarbone two weeks ago.

Morgan caught three passes for a team-high 41 yards against the Jaguars last Thursday. Newly-signed receiver Santonio Holmes, who caught punts in practice Monday, needs to get up to speed quickly to challenge for the No. 3 job.

Tracy Robertson
News
The Bears signed 11 players to reserve/future contracts: long snapper Brandon Hartson, cornerbacks C.J. Wilson and Demontre Hurst, tight ends Fendi Onobun and Zach Miller, quarterback Jerrod Johnson, linebacker Lawrence Wilson, offensive tackle Rogers Gaines, safety Sean Cattouse, wideout Terrence Toliver and defensive tackle Tracy Robertson.
Derricus Purdy
News
The Bears signed cornerback Derricus Purdy, an undrafted free agent out of Texas Southern, reports ESPN.com. 
Cornelius Washington
News
The Bears have ruled quarterback Jordan Palmer, offensive linemen Kyle Long, James Brown and Jonathan Scott, wide receiver Earl Bennett, defensive end Cornelius Washington and wide receiver Chris Williams inactive for Sunday's regular season finale against the Packers.
Ka'Deem Carey
News
Bears backup running back Ka'Deem Carey didn't perform particularly well Thursday, but managed to pick up a touchdown. 

Carey finished with 13 carries for 36 yards. He averaged just 2.8 yards per carry. Carey did manage to find the end zone in the fourth quarter, plunging in a 1-yard touchdown. 

Will Sutton
News
The Bears and third-round pick defensive tackle Will Sutton agreed to a four-year deal on Thursday, the team announced. Sutton will work in the Bears' defensive line rotation as an interior lineman and run stuffer. 
Charles Tillman
News
Bears general manager Phil Emery confirmed Friday that Charles Tillman will stay at cornerback and not move to safety, per ESPN. There was speculation that Tillman would move to safety to make room for rookie cornerback Kyle Fuller. 
Jeremiah Ratliff
News
The Bears signed defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff to a two-year deal. He originally signed with them last November and did a decent job helping them slow down the run late in the year. 
Nate Collins
News
The Bears announced Sunday night that defensive tackle Nate Collins and quarterback Jordan Palmer will be back with the team in 2014, reports the Chicago Tribune. Both have signed one-year deals.

Collins, 26, played in five games for the Bears last season, credited by team stats with 13 tackles and a sack before suffering a season-ending ACL tear in a Week 5 home loss to the Saints.

Palmer spent training camp with the Bears in 2013, was released before the start of the regular season but then rejoined the club in late-October after starting quarterback Jay Cutler tore a groin muscle. Palmer remained on the roster through season’s end but did not see action in any of the team’s final nine games.

He could be No. 2 behind Cutler this season if Josh McCown leaves as a free agent.

Joe Long
News
The Bears declared quarterback Jordan Palmer, wideout Marquess Wilson, defensive tackle Christian Tupou, defensive end Cornelius Washington and offensive linemen James Brown, Jonathan Scott and Joe Long inactive at Philadelphia.
Jay Cutler
News
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler threw a touchdown against the Jaguars Thursday.

The Bears offense didn't see a lot of action early, as turnovers limited them to just three plays most of the way through the first quarter. That allowed Cutler to remain in the game into the second quarter. On the team's third possession, Cutler was able to lead a 10-play drive, leading to a touchdown. The Bears offensive line gave Cutler a ton of time all night. He finished 7 for 9, for 75 yards. One of Cutler's incompletions was a drop by Brandon Marshall, so his night could have been even better. 

Tony Fiammetta
News
The Bears announced the signing of fullback Tony Fiammetta to a two-year contract extension Saturday. Terms of the deal were not released. 

Fiammetta has yet to carry the ball, and has just four receptions for 57 yards in 15 games, but has been valuable as a lead blocker. 

Alshon Jeffery
News
Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery caught two passes for 24 yards during Thursday's preseason game. 

Jeffery had a scary moment after one of those catches. After completing the catch and voluntarily going to the ground, he was hit hard by a Jaguars defensive back. Jeffery laid on the ground for some time before getting up and walking to the sideline. A few plays later, Jeffery returned to action on the field. The team never announced an injury for Jeffery during the game, so the issue doesn't seem serious.

Tim Jennings
News
The following players will not dress for the Bears on Friday against the Eagles: safety Craig Steltz, cornerback Tim Jennings, cornerback Isaiah Frey, safety Chris Conte, offensive lineman Eben Britton, tackle Jordan Mills, defensive end Jared Allen, guard Kyle Long and and tight end Martellus Bennett.
Craig Steltz
News
The Bears have unveiled a list of players that won't suit up for Thursday's preseason game against the Jaguars: Marquess Wilson, Craig Steltz, Isaiah Frey, Chris Conte, Eben Britton, Brian De La Puente, Jordan Mills, Chris Williams, Dante Rosario and Willie Young.
Injury
Undisclosed - PUP. Questionable for start of regular season
Jordan Palmer
News
Bears quarterback Jordan Palmer will be the first signal caller off the bench to relieve starter Jay Cutler in Friday's preseason game against the Seahawks, ESPNChicago.com reports. Jimmy Clausen served as the No. 2 QB in the last preseason game.

"Jay will work certainly into the second quarter and we'll make a decision during the second quarter what we're going to do with him," Trestman said. "That will be dependent on a number of different things. And then after that we'll have Jordan, so expect Jordan to play the third quarter and Jimmy to play the fourth. We'll continue to rotate these guys around. We've got another week after this one and that's the way we'll operate this week."

Palmer and Claussen are batting to win the primary backup spot behind Cutler.

C.J. Wilson
News
The Bears signed 11 players to reserve/future contracts: long snapper Brandon Hartson, cornerbacks C.J. Wilson and Demontre Hurst, tight ends Fendi Onobun and Zach Miller, quarterback Jerrod Johnson, linebacker Lawrence Wilson, offensive tackle Rogers Gaines, safety Sean Cattouse, wideout Terrence Toliver and defensive tackle Tracy Robertson.
Kyle Fuller
News
Bears rookie cornerback Kyle Fuller missed Monday's practice with an ankle injury he suffered last Thursday against the Jaguars. He is considered day-to-day.
Injury
ankle - Questionable for Week 3 of preseason
Micheal Spurlock
News
On Tuesday the Bears announced the signings of receivers Armanti Edwards and Micheal Spurlock while agreeing to an injury settlement with Domenik Hixon and waiving linebacker Tana Patrick

Edwards and Spurlock will likely compete for kick return duties with the Bears. Spurlock hasn't returned a kick for a touchdown since 2012 and has three in his eight-year career while Spurlock hasn't scored a touchdown in any way since entering the league in 2010.

Hixon tore his ACL in practice with the Bears last week and won't play football in 2014. Patrick, a former member of the Crimson Tide, was signed in May. 

Adrian Wilson
News
Five-time Pro Bowler Adrian Wilson and Danny McCray worked as the Bears' starting safeties Friday, but both positions are truly up for grabs, reports ESPN.com. Ryan Mundy, Brock Vereen and M.D. Jennings also have taken snaps with the starters.

Chris Conte (shoulder) and Craig Steltz (groin) remain on the PUP list. If Conte comes back healthy, he'll be a favorite to start at free safety, the website said.

Kelvin Hayden
News
The Bears have signed defensive back Kelvin Hayden to a one-year deal, the team reports Friday.

Hayden, the nickel corner for the Bears, missed all of the 2013 season with a torn hamstring. In 2012, hayden had one interception and 37 tackles in 16 games. He also added five passes defensed and four fumble recoveries.

Taylor Boggs
News
The Bears announced they've signed center Taylor Boggs and safety Derrick Martin to one-year contracts.
David Fales
News
The Bears signed Jimmy Clausen back in early June to compete for the backup quarterback job behind Jay Cutler. ESPN believes that Clausen has gained enough ground on incumbent backup Jordan Palmer to be penciled in for the part. Both will compete for one spot in camp this summer as rookie David Fales figures to make the roster as a long-term developmental project. 
Dale Moss
News
The Panthers have announced they have made the following nine cuts: Quarterback Colby Cameron, punter Jordan Gay, cornerback Nick Hixson, placekicker Morgan Lineberry, wide receiver Dale Moss, defensive end Louis Nzegwu, linebacker Ryan Rau, safety Ricardo Silva and guard Justin Wells.
M.D. Jennings
News
Five-time Pro Bowler Adrian Wilson and Danny McCray worked as the Bears' starting safeties Friday, but both positions are truly up for grabs, reports ESPN.com. Ryan Mundy, Brock Vereen and M.D. Jennings also have taken snaps with the starters.

Chris Conte (shoulder) and Craig Steltz (groin) remain on the PUP list. If Conte comes back healthy, he'll be a favorite to start at free safety, the website said.

Zach Miller
News
Tight end Zach Miller has undergone foot surgery and has been placed on IR by the Bears. Marc Trestman praised him Friday for his performance in training camp.
Injury
Foot - IR. Out for season
Dylan Gandy
News
The Lions have made QB Kellen Moore, CB Chris Houston, CB Bill Bentley, CB Jonte Green, OL Dylan Gandy, OL LaAdrian Waddle and WR Calvin Johnson inactive Week 17.

Johnson is not going to play through a knee injury. Houston and Bentley came into the week listed as doubtful. 

David Bass
News
Bears defensive end David Bass recorded a sack in the team's 42-21 loss to the Rams. It was his first sack of the season. 

The Bears face the Vikings in Week 13. 

Jeron Mastrud
News
The Bears signed Jeron Mastrud, a blocking tight end who caught six passes for 88 yards with Oakland last season.
Josh Bellamy
News
The Bears claimed receiver Josh Bellamy off waivers from the Redskins, reports the Chicago Tribune.
Christian Jones
News
The Bears signed nine undrafted rookie free agents: running back Jordan Lynch (Northern Illinois), defensive tackles Brandon Dunn (Louisville) and Lee Pegues (East Carolina), linebackers Tana Patrick (Alabama), Christian Jones (Florida State) and Devekeyan Lattimore (South Florida), guards Ryan Groy (Wisconsin) and James Dunbar (TCU), and offensive tackle Cody Booth (Temple).
Ryan Mundy
News
Five-time Pro Bowler Adrian Wilson and Danny McCray worked as the Bears' starting safeties Friday, but both positions are truly up for grabs, reports ESPN.com. Ryan Mundy, Brock Vereen and M.D. Jennings also have taken snaps with the starters.

Chris Conte (shoulder) and Craig Steltz (groin) remain on the PUP list. If Conte comes back healthy, he'll be a favorite to start at free safety, the website said.

Kofi Hughes
News
The Bears have signed wide receiver Kofi Hughes to a one-year contract on Friday, according to the team's official website.  Hughes was claimed on waivers from the Redskins in May and waived by the Texans last week, after signing as an undrafted free agent out of Indiana University. 
Jordan Lynch
News
The Bears are trying to figure out who will be No. 2 on the depth chart at running back behind Matt Forte, reports ESPN.

The battle will likely come down to second-year running back Michael Ford and rookie fourth-round pick Ka’Deem Carey . The report said it’s likely Carey will be given more opportunities than Ford to win the backup job, but Carey’s got to win the position.

"I don't feel any pressure. I like to have fun, and when I have fun, I play my best," Carey said. "If I get worked up about trying to compete and trying to show what I've got, then I will just show out bad. I want to perform how I know how to perform. I walk around with a smile, and I have fun, and I perform."

The report says undrafted rookie Jordan Lynch is a darkhorse candidate for the No. 2 job but probably will end up on the practice squad.

Michael Ford
News
Bears running backs Ka'Deem Carey and Michael Ford got their first chances to battle for the No. 2 spot on the depth chart Friday, in the preseason opener against the Eagles.

Neither player stood out, though Carey appears to be ahead on the depth chart as he saw most of his action in the first half.  He rushed the ball 10 times for just 23 yards while failing to bring in the one pass thrown his way, while Ford had just 15 yards on his five carries. 

Brock Vereen
News
The Bears agreed to terms with offensive tackle Charles Leno, safety Brock Vereen and quarterback David Fales. Four of Chicago's eight draft picks are under contract.
Senorise Perry
No Updates
Stephen Paea
News
Bears cornerback Derrick Martin (hamstring), defensive tackle Stephen Paea (toe) and defensive tackle Jay Ratliff (groin) were all cleared to play Week 13 at Minnesota. All three players were questionable.
Lance Briggs
News
Bears linebacker Lance Briggs will wear a harness on his left shoulder this season, reports ESPN. Briggs, 33, fractured the shoulder last year and missed seven games as a result.

He finished with 71 tackles, three sacks and two forced fumbles.

DeDe Lattimore
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The Bears signed nine undrafted rookie free agents: running back Jordan Lynch (Northern Illinois), defensive tackles Brandon Dunn (Louisville) and Lee Pegues (East Carolina), linebackers Tana Patrick (Alabama), Christian Jones (Florida State) and Devekeyan Lattimore (South Florida), guards Ryan Groy (Wisconsin) and James Dunbar (TCU), and offensive tackle Cody Booth (Temple).
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Armanti Edwards
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On Tuesday the Bears announced the signings of receivers Armanti Edwards and Micheal Spurlock while agreeing to an injury settlement with Domenik Hixon and waiving linebacker Tana Patrick

Edwards and Spurlock will likely compete for kick return duties with the Bears. Spurlock hasn't returned a kick for a touchdown since 2012 and has three in his eight-year career while Spurlock hasn't scored a touchdown in any way since entering the league in 2010.

Hixon tore his ACL in practice with the Bears last week and won't play football in 2014. Patrick, a former member of the Crimson Tide, was signed in May. 

Roberto Garza
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Newly-signed Bears center Brian De La Puente is expected to back up Roberto Garza this season and potentially succeed him in 2015, reports the Chicago Tribune. De La Puente turns 29 next month and started the past three seasons for New Orleans.

Garza, 35, is a team captain who returned to the Bears on a one-year deal.

"I feel like I can learn a lot from Roberto to take my game to the next level,” De La Puente told the paper. “I am just excited to get up there and get working."

Jordan Mills
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Bears offensive tackle Jordan Mills has shed his walking boot, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

"My foot is doing great," he said. "I’m taking it day by day. I should be back soon, hopefully next week."

Mills underwent surgery in January to repair a fractured metatarsal. he will not play in Friday's game against the Seahawks.

Darius Reynaud
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The Bears have signed return specialist Darius Reynaud and cornerback Peyton Thompson, the team announced Monday, while waiving punter Tress Way and long snapper Chad Rempel.
Trevor Scott
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The Bears and defensive lineman Trevor Scott agreed to terms on a one-year deal, according to the Chicago Tribune. Over six NFL seasons Scott has 16.5 sacks and 114 total tackles. 
Brian De La Puente
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Bears center Brian De La Puente was forced out of Friday's preseason opener against the Eagles with an apparent leg injury. De La Puente got his left leg bent backwards on a play, walked off the field under his own power and was unable to return. 

Peyton Thompson
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The Bears have signed return specialist Darius Reynaud and cornerback Peyton Thompson, the team announced Monday, while waiving punter Tress Way and long snapper Chad Rempel.
Austen Lane
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The Bears have signed ex-Jaguars and Lions defensive end Austen Lane to a one-year deal, the team announced. Lane has started 17 of 30 games and has three career sacks. 
Martellus Bennett
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The Bears reinstated tight end Martellus Bennett from his suspension, reports ESPN.com. Bennett got suspended last Tuesday following a practice fight in which he slammed first-round pick Kyle Fuller to the ground.

"I understand what they want from me," Bennett said. "I felt like I could've handled the situation differently."

Jimmy Clausen
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Bears backup quarterback Jimmy Clausen was solid, but unspectacular, against the Jaguars Thursday.

Clausen came on in relief of Jay Cutler halfway through the second quarter. He did see some time with the starting offensive line. Clausen completed 11 of 15 passes, but spent most of the night checking down. He finished with 94 yards. Clausen was also picked off during the game, but it came on a tipped pass. 

Pat O'Donnell
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The Bears have signed rookie punter Pat O'Donnell , of the University of Miami, to a four-year contract. He's expected to serve as the team's punter for the foreseeable future. 
Marcus Trice
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Chris Conte
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The Bears took safety Chris Conte (shoulder) off the PUP list, and he intercepted Jordan Palmer in Monday's practice. Coach Marc Trestman said it's too soon to know whether Conte will play Thursday against the Jaguars.
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James Brown
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The Bears have ruled quarterback Jordan Palmer, offensive linemen Kyle Long, James Brown and Jonathan Scott, wide receiver Earl Bennett, defensive end Cornelius Washington and wide receiver Chris Williams inactive for Sunday's regular season finale against the Packers.
Danny McCray
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Five-time Pro Bowler Adrian Wilson and Danny McCray worked as the Bears' starting safeties Friday, but both positions are truly up for grabs, reports ESPN.com. Ryan Mundy, Brock Vereen and M.D. Jennings also have taken snaps with the starters.

Chris Conte (shoulder) and Craig Steltz (groin) remain on the PUP list. If Conte comes back healthy, he'll be a favorite to start at free safety, the website said.

Eben Britton
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The Bears have unveiled a list of players that won't suit up for Thursday's preseason game against the Jaguars: Marquess Wilson, Craig Steltz, Isaiah Frey, Chris Conte, Eben Britton, Brian De La Puente, Jordan Mills, Chris Williams, Dante Rosario and Willie Young.
Shea McClellin
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Bears defensive end-turned-linebacker Shea McClellin has lost 11 pounds while working with well known trainer Scot Prohaska in California this offseason. He's shed eight percent of body fat and has cut down his 40-yard dash time from 4.74 to 4.5 seconds. 

"I think you're going to see a guy that consistently makes plays when he's in there to a point where you say, 'Wow, he's there. He's making plays, doing his job and showing a few flashes of spectacular,'" Prohaska told the Chicago Tribune. "Most of all you're going to see a real consistent guy that does his job. You're going to really enjoy the way he plays the game now because he's going to play it with confidence."

Dante Rosario
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The Bears have unveiled a list of players that won't suit up for Thursday's preseason game against the Jaguars: Marquess Wilson, Craig Steltz, Isaiah Frey, Chris Conte, Eben Britton, Brian De La Puente, Jordan Mills, Chris Williams, Dante Rosario and Willie Young.
Brandon Marshall
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Bears receiver Brandon Marshall said his move from Miami to Chicago in 2012 was career saving, reports ESPN.

"What I meant by that was when you look at the career side, it's like to be honest, I think I played with five or six different quarterbacks," Marshall said. "You see how my production dropped and people were looking at me like, 'He used to be a top-five receiver. It's him. He's dropping all these balls. He's the issue. He's the problem.' Those people in Miami, they wanted my head for a year or two. But then I come to Chicago and you see me continue to produce at a high level. I had Jay Cutler. I was in a system I was familiar with. So it was career saving."

Marshall also said he has grown up and changed based on his previous off-field woes. 

"I found that interesting that there is a thought about me reverting back," Marshall said. "But I always tell people that’s just part of the journey, especially for a young man given so much freedom, so much fame, so much fortune. That’s part of the journey, to make mistakes. But the problem is you make your mistakes in the public's eye. People look at me like, 'Is this an act?' ... But I’m actually growing, every single day. This is the new me. This is who I am. So there isn't any reverting back. But I do make mistakes. I'm pretty much still in the same exact situation. I just look at life differently and my approach is different. There's some things out there I still need to work on."