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The Bears made moves for 85-man roster on October 20th after putting Doug Kramer on injured reserve

The Bears place Doug Kramer on injured reserve. He will not return to the team this season, no matter how many snaps he has in the preseason.

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Doug Kramer’s rookie campaign with the Bears has already ended.

Kramer was selected in the sixth round by the Bears and was placed on injured reserve on Tuesday. As a result, he will not be permitted to join the active roster again this year. In the first preseason game against the Chiefs, he took part in 48 snaps before getting a lower leg injury.

The Bears made a number of roster changes before the deadline to bring their roster to 85 players, one of which being Kramer’s transfer to injured reserve. In addition, they released injured linebacker Javin White, cornerback Jayson Stanley, and safety Michael Joseph. Without assigning any reason, they released tight end Rysen John and linebacker Noah Dawkins.

The Bears signed safety Jon Alexander and offensive lineman Corey Dublin in addition to the roster changes.

Doug Kramer is placed on IR by the Bears, and further changes are made to the 85-man roster.