With the Bears trimming the roster down to 75 yesterday, there are a few players gone that have been expected (goodbye, no-block Harvey Unga) and some that were arguably tough cuts like Blanchard, Crump, or Summers. In addition, injuries have influenced players sticking around past the first wave of cuts that otherwise may have been gone. The Bears final preseason game is Thursday, and by Friday all teams must be at fifty-three players on the active roster (which does not include injured reserve or physically unable to participate players). So, how are things shaping up in this second edition of the roster prediction game? Hit the jump and let's make some guesses.
Reasoning: I've heard reports of Podlesh being good to go week one, to being out four-to-six weeks and missing some time, so I don't know what's going on with his leg. Unless the Bears know for a fact by Friday that Podlesh can play against the Colts, I say the Bears keep Quigley.
Hit the comments section to voice your best guess on the Bears' final 53-man roster, and to flog me for keeping two punters on the opening day roster.