The Chicago Bears cut 14 players Sunday, including safety Tom Zbikowski.
The Bears reduced their roster to 76 players, meaning they only have one more player to let go to meet Tuesday's deadline of 75.
Zbikowski, a former third-round draft pick out of Notre Dame, started 11 games for the Indianapolis Colts last year. He also played four seasons with the Baltimore Ravens.
The Bears also cut wide receiver Devin Aromashadu, defensive end Kyle Moore, running back Curtis Brinkley, defensive tackle Eric Foster, tackle A.J. Lindeman, center P.J. Lonergan, safety Derrick Martin, tight end Gabe Miller, tight end Leonard Pope, defensive tackle Brent Russell, linebacker Patrick Trahan, punter Tress Way and linebacker Lawrence Wilson.