Final cuts were completed Saturday, but the chicago bears jerseys cheap have not finished reconfiguring their 53-man roster.

The cheap bears jerseys claimed defensive end David Bass off waivers from the Oakland Raiders and they will have to make a corresponding roster move to clear space for the rookie. Bass was a seventh-round draft pick of the Raiders and made three tackles when the Bears played at Oakland in the third preseason game.

General manager Phil Emery kept five defensive ends on the 53-man roster so it is possible that the odd man out will be one of the reserves at the position, sixth-round pick Cornelius Washington or perhaps Cheta Ozougwu.

Bass, 6-foot-4, 256 pounds, made one sack in preseason and had 40 1/2 sacks in his career at Division II Missouri Western and 11 1/2 as a senior. He excelled in the East-West Shrine Game and the Raiders were hoping to re-sign him to their practice squad where one source believes they would have offered more than the minimum of $6,000 per week.

The bears jerseys cheap put the majority of their practice squad in place too, announcing the additions of seven players, meaning one spot is open. Quarterback Jerrod Johnson, a Texas A&M product who has bounced around the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks, and also played in the defunct UFL, was signed to develop behind Jay Cutler and Josh McCown. Johnson was one of five quarterbacks the Bears had at Halas Hall for a workout on Tuesday.

Five players that were released were re-signed: tight end Fendi Onobun, cornerback Demontre Hurst, linebacker Jerry Franklin, defensive lineman Aston Whiteside and running back Harvey Unga. Wide receiver Ricardo Lockette, who was also part of the tryout that includes the quarterbacks, was also signed. He has spent time previously with the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks.

If the cheap chicago bears jerseys were to release Washington to make room for Bass, they could attempt to re-sign him to the practice squad.

Final cuts were completed Saturday, but the Chicago Bears have not finished reconfiguring their 53-man roster.

The Bears claimed defensive end David Bass off waivers from the Oakland Raiders and they will have to make a corresponding roster move to clear space for the rookie. Bass was a seventh-round draft pick of the Raiders and made three tackles when the Bears played at Oakland in the third preseason game.

General manager Phil Emery kept five defensive ends on the 53-man roster so it is possible that the odd man out will be one of the reserves at the position, sixth-round pick Cornelius Washington or perhaps Cheta Ozougwu.

Bass, 6-foot-4, 256 pounds, made one sack in preseason and had 40 1/2 sacks in his career at Division II Missouri Western and 11 1/2 as a senior. He excelled in the East-West Shrine Game and the Raiders were hoping to re-sign him to their practice squad where one source believes they would have offered more than the minimum of $6,000 per week.

The Bears put the majority of their practice squad in place too, announcing the additions of seven players, meaning one spot is open. Quarterback Jerrod Johnson, a Texas A&M product who has bounced around the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks, and also played in the defunct UFL, was signed to develop behind Jay Cutler and Josh McCown. Johnson was one of five quarterbacks the Bears had at Halas Hall for a workout on Tuesday.

Five players that were released were re-signed: tight end Fendi Onobun, cornerback Demontre Hurst, linebacker Jerry Franklin, defensive lineman Aston Whiteside and running back Harvey Unga. Wide receiver Ricardo Lockette, who was also part of the tryout that includes the quarterbacks, was also signed. He has spent time previously with the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks.

If the Bears were to release Washington to make room for Bass, they could attempt to re-sign him to the practice squad.

As new head coach Marc Trestman's first camp has closed and the Chicago Bears have trimmed their roster down to 53 players, it's time to take a look at what they have heading into the season.

With a first-year head coach, it was hard to predict how many players the Bears would keep at each position. I made an attempt at the start of camp, correctly predicting 47 of the final 53 players. It would have been 50, but Sedrick Ellis retired and both Matt Blanchard and Kelvin Hayden were injured.

The Bears decided to keep just two quarterbacks, due to Blanchard's injury. They also have three halfbacks, one fullback, six wide receivers (not counting Devin Hester), three tight ends, nine offensive linemen, nine defensive linemen, six linebackers, 10 defensive backs and four specialists.

The biggest surprise on the Bears' roster was how J'Marcus Webb went from the starting right tackle to not even making the team. The Bears' elected to go with rookie Jordan Mills after the first preseason game and Webb didn't respond well to the demotion, struggling from then on.

The Bears elected to keep three undrafted free agents, while releasing 2012 third-round pick Brandon Hardin. Hardin is the second 2012 draft pick to have been released, joining fourth-round pick Evan Rodriguez. Should Hardin clear waivers, he could rejoin the Bears on injured reserve.

As every team does, the Bears are going to have injuries this season. There are some positions where they simply don't have adequate depth and that could come back to bite them. Of course, there are others where they're deeper than most teams.