Bears make first round of cuts

SHARE Bears make first round of cuts

With two days of practice scheduled before the deadline to cut active rosters from 90 to 75 players, the Bears trimmed their roster down to 76 players on Sunday. They have to waive one more player by 3 p.m. on Tuesday.

The Bears waived the following players on Sunday:

WR Devin Aromashodu

RB Curtis Brinkley

DT Eric Foster

OT A.J. Lindeman

C P.J. Lonergan

S Derrick Martin

DE Kyle Moore

TE Gabe Miller

TE Leonard Pope

DT Brent Russell

LB Patrick Trahan

P Tress Way

LB Lawrence Wilson

S Tom Zbikowski


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