Chicago Bears: Three players in danger of being cut

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The Chicago Bears preseason is rapidly coming to a close following their fourth preseason game on Saturday. As cuts approach, here are three players in most danger of being cut.

Four down, one to go.

The regular season is inching closer and closer, as after Saturday’s preseason contest, the Chicago Bears have just one preseason game to go before week one.

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The Bears pulled back to .500 with Saturday’s 27-20 win over the Kansas City Chiefs, a game in which Bears head coach Matt Nagy decided to sit all of the Bears starters.

While the decision was questioned heavily among fans, the Bears players who did play looked really good, shining against the Chiefs first team players.

Many players in competition for final roster spots came through with big showings, pulling ahead of others before next weeks preseason finale.

Unfortunately, as a result of these good showings, other players fell behind, likely costing them a roster spot in the process. The Bears will need to cut their roster down to 53 players by the end of next week, however some players might’ve made the Bears decision making process a little easier with poor performances.

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Perhaps the toughest part of the NFL preseason is the end. After a long summer of practice, preparation, and preseason games, the Bears will be left with a few tough decisions when it comes to trimming the roster down to 53.

Here are three players who look to be on the wrong side of the Bears final cuts.