Bears bringing back veteran OL Taylor Boggs

With the draft wrapped up the Chicago Bears are continuing to tweak the roster, a sign of change to come in the days and weeks ahead as the team signs undrafted rookie free agents.

A veteran was added to the mix on Monday. The team is bringing back interior offensive lineman Taylor Boggs. Boggs, 30, appeared in five games for the Cardinals last season and made two starts.

The Bears also placed six players on waivers: cornerbacks Jacoby Glenn and De’Vante Bausby, running backs Bralon Addison and David Cobb, wide receiver Dres Anderson and tight end Justin Perillo.

Boggs has familiarity with new offensive line coach Jeremiah Washburn as they both were with the Lions in 2015. Boggs spent time with the Bears in 2013 and 2014, appearing in five games. He’s primarily a center but also has the ability to play guard.

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The Bears added one offensive lineman in the draft, selecting Kutztown’s Jordan Morgan in the fifth round. He played tackle in college but is expected to be worked at guard. The Bears have three centers already on the roster with Cody Whitehair, Hroniss Grasu and Cornelius Edison.

Don’t be surprised if there are multiple roster moves as the week unfolds.

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