The Chicago Bears made a few cuts after a successful rookie minicamp over the weekend that saw the team sign four players. The Bears needed to get their roster to 90 players ahead of OTAs practices that begin a couple of weeks. The team released three players Monday morning who had signed with the team after the draft as UDFAs.
The Chicago Bears cut three after rookie minicamp
According to Aaron Wilson with KPRC, the Bears waived offensive lineman Nick Amoah, safety Justin Broiles, and tight end Damien Caffrey.
— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) May 8, 2023
Those three players were at positions the Bears signed following the minicamp. The Bears signed veteran tight end Stephen Carlson. He’s spent three seasons with the Cleveland Browns and was a solid contributor to their special teams. The Bears also signed former Notre Dame four-star recruit Josh Lugg for the offensive line and safety Bralen Trahan from Louisiana. Edge rusher D’Anthony Jones was added to the roster Sunday, but the Bears did not need to make a cut for his position.
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