Bears release Ervin Baldwin from the practice squad

SHARE Bears release Ervin Baldwin from the practice squad
SHARE Bears release Ervin Baldwin from the practice squad

The addition of a young pass rusher in Gaines Adams might not have made some of the veteran defensive ends very happy, but it cost one his job.

Ervin Baldwin, a seventh-round draft pick in 2008 from Michigan State, was released from the practice squad today, his agent reported.

Baldwin was signed to the 53-man roster last season when the Kansas City Chiefs tried to sign him off the Bears’ practice squad, and he remained a project.

He’ll have to find a new home now.

No word on who the Bears are bringing in at this point to fill the spot.

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