Sometimes the flurry of post-cutdown day moves can leave a team short at certain spots. But now, the Bears can actually fill an entire depth chart.
The team announced they signed long snapper Jeremy Cain Monday, giving them one at every position.
Cain spent two games with the team in 2013, and gets the first chance to be Patrick Mannelly’s replacement, after the long-time Bears’ retirement.
The Bears also signed 10 players to their practice squad, adding wide receiver Josh Bellamy, center Taylor Boggs, defensive tackle Brandon Dunn, cornerback Isaiah Frey, guard Ryan Groy, linebacker DeDe Lattimore, cornerback Al Louis-Jean, cornerback Terrance Mitchell, defensive tackle Roy Philon and wide receiver Rashad Ross.