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Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chicago Bears final preseason depth chart lists Alan Ball and Kyle Fuller as starting cornerbacks in the aftermath of Tim Jennings' release on Monday.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Chicago Bears head coach John Fox had a simple explanation for why the team released two-time Pro Bowl cornerback. "We liked guys better," Fox said.

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Chicago defense is just plain bad

With the second-worst defense in the league, it appears the Bears' season is doomed in 2015. Where do they rank in ESPN's first-ever NFL Football Power Index? Inaugural NFL FPI

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Upon further review Chicago Bears backup quarterback Jimmy Clausen did suffer a concussion vs. the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday. The club originally announced that Clausen passed the concussion test administered at Paul Brown Stadium, but Clausen later experienced delayed symptoms, according to head coach John Fox. Clausen also missed Week 17 of last year because of a concussion.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

As the Chicago Bears search for a permanent solution at right tackle, head coach John Fox said on Monday that two-time Pro Bowl right guard Kyle Long "has enough practice experience to play both guard or tackle." Moving Long outside may eventually be the Bears' best option. So far, Jordan Mills and Charles Leno have failed to nail down the starting job. Long spent the final weeks of the Bears' offseason program playing both tackle spots.

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Thumbs-up for Bears quarterback Jay Cutler

When an offense isn't scoring; that's usually an indictment of the quarterback, but Jay Cutler has played well in exhibition and in practice.

Bears looking for new leadership after Jennings release (2:32)
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Bears running out of time to get healthy

With the receiving corps already banged up, the Bears suffered a few more injuries against the Bengals, including one to second-round rookie Eddie Goldman. Can they recover before Week 1 against the Packers? Monday NFL storylines

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Bears release two-time Pro Bowl CB Jennings

The Bears announced the release of 31-year-old cornerback Tim Jennings, a 10-year veteran who had seen his role diminished in recent weeks.

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Tim Jennings no longer with the Bears

The Bears are releasing the veteran CB, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Jennings, 31, has played for the Bears the past five seasons, leading the team in interceptions in 2012 with nine.

Bears prepare to make cuts

As John Fox and his staff prepare to trim Chicago's roster from 90 down to 75, how big of an impact will injuries have on roster decisions? Will the Bears' receiving corps be healthy for Week 1? Sunday team previews

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Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Pro Bowl cornerback Tim Jennings did not start in Saturday's 21-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Five different cornerbacks played for the Chicago Bears before Jennings entered the game late in the second quarter. Is Jennings' roster spot in jeopardy? "I think everyone's is. There's 90 people - do the math," Bears head coach John Fox said.

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