Each player's road to the NFL is unique, especially the ones who fight to land those last few roster spots. Every week this season, espnW will profile the players who just made the cut, but still have a chance to make an impact. Meet the 53rd Man.
Kyle Adams had it better than a lot of the other "bubble guys" at Chicago Bears camp this year. The 6-foot-4, 255-pound tight end survived every roster cut in 2011, seeing the field in eight games last season before ending up on injured reserve after hurting his hamstring.
He knew what it would take to make the team; he'd done it before.