The Chicago Bears have started their first wave of roster cuts, and there was one notable name on the list.
The Chicago Tribune reports that safety Adrian Wilson is among the team's first wave of cuts. The five-time Pro Bowl player is no longer moving well at the age of 35, and they are optimistic that Ryan Mundy will upgrade the strong safety position.
Wilson was one of the very best safeties of his generation while in Arizona, voted as a first-team All Pro two different times. We'll remember his big hits and his leadership during the Cardinals' run to the Super Bowl after the 2008 season. This is likely the end of the line for him.
UPDATED: On Sunday, the team officially cut Wilson.