The Chicago Bears announced several moves to their offseason roster, first of which is the addition of veteran offensive lineman Taylor Boggs. Last year, Boggs was with the Arizona Cardinals, and he appeared in five games with two starts. In 2014, he was with the Detroit Lions, appearing in two games. He was with the Bears from 2012-2013, appearing in five games. Boggs was coached by new Bears o-line coach, Jeremiah Washburn, when both were in Detroit.
Boggs has most experience at center, but he has also played guard. He’ll try and battle it out for a backup interior role with Eric Kush, Hroniss Grasu, Cornelius Edison, Cyril Richardson, and rookie Jordan Morgan. Chicago’s interior starters are set, baring injury, with Kyle Long, Cody Whitehair and Josh Sitton lined up from right to left.
Chicago also announced that they waived the following players.
Bralon Addison RB
Dres Anderson WR
De’Vante Bausby CB
David Cobb RB
Jacoby Glenn CB
Justin Perillo TE
With the rookie draft class and the undrafted crop of free agents set to arrive, the Bears had to make some room. As soon as the UDFAs are announced, we’ll pass that info along.