Chicago Bears: Players who can earn roster spot against Chiefs

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Which players can cement their roster spot on the Chicago Bears in the team’s fourth preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs?

The all-important fourth and fifth preseason games are going to tell us a lot about the 2018 Chicago Bears. Some of the team’s final roster spots will be cemented this weekend, with a couple more likely being up for grabs in the final matchup with the Buffalo Bills.

When the Bears take on the Kansas City Chiefs in their fourth exhibition, and first at Soldier Field, a few players will have all eyes on them. Some of the guys fighting for spots have recently made some noise early in the preseason and could end up putting on a convincing performance against Kansas City.

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By September 1st, head coach Matt Nagy will need to sit down with his team and make some tough calls. The roster will go from 90 to 53 players, just like that. There are no initial cuts anymore. It is now a full-fledged shedding of 37 players all at once.

Which guys are in danger? Which players are trending upwards? That’s up for debate. But, there are a few key names to watch against the Chiefs. These are players who very well could cement a spot on the roster with a strong performance. They aren’t highly talked about, but they will provide immense depth come the regular season.

Without further adieu, let’s take a look at the players needing to put on a strong performance against Kansas City in order to land a spot on the final 53-man roster.