Breaking news: Bears finalize full 53-man roster for 2019 season

Who made the cut and who’s gone? A rundown of the complete roster heading into the Bears’ opener against the Packers.

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Khalil Mack and the Bears are ready to go and will hold their first regular-season practice Sunday.

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The Bears have their 53-man roster set after cutting it from 90 this afternoon. Minor changes are still possible over the next 24 hours if they claim someone on waivers or sign a newly released free agent, but here’s a look at where they stand now:

OFFENSE (24)
QB Mitch Trubisky
QB Chase Daniel

RB Tarik Cohen
RB Mike Davis
RB David Montgomery
RB Kerrith Whyte Jr.

WR Allen Robinson II
WR Taylor Gabriel
WR Anthony Miller
WR Cordarrelle Patterson
WR Javon Wims
WR Riley Ridley

TE Trey Burton
TE Adam Shaheen
TE Ben Braunecker
TE Bradley Sowell

RT Bobby Massie
RG Kyle Long
C James Daniels
LG Cody Whitehair
LT Charles Leno Jr.
OT Rashaad Coward
G/C Ted Larsen
OT Cornelius Lucas III

DEFENSE (26)
DT Akiem Hicks
DT Abdullah Anderson
NT Eddie Goldman
NT Nick Williams

DE Roy Robertson-Harris
DE Bilal Nichols

OLB Khalil Mack
OLB Leonard Floyd
OLB Isaiah Irving
OLB Aaron Lynch

ILB Roquan Smith
ILB Danny Trevathan
ILB Nick Kwiatkoski
ILB Josh Woods
ILB Joel Iyiegbuniwe
ILB Kevin Pierre-Lewis

CB Kyle Fuller
CB Prince Amukamara
CB Buster Skrine
CB Duke Shelley
CB Kevin Toliver II

S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
S Eddie Jackson
S Deon Bush
S Sherrick McManis
S DeAndre Houston-Carson

SPECIALISTS (3)
K Eddy Pineiro
P Pat O’Donnell
LS Patrick Scales

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