The Chicago Bears cut reserve linebacker and special-teams ace Jordan Senn, according to a league source.
Senn was signed to a one-year contract in March.
Senn has played in 83 career games with seven starts over six seasons in previous stints with the Indianapolis Colts and Carolina Panthers.
The 5-11, 224-pounder has recorded 88 tackles, one interception and three forced fumbles while adding 49 tackles on special teams.
Senn, 29, entered the NFL with the Colts in 2008 as an undrafted free agent from Portland State. All seven of his career starts came in 2011 when he registered 39 tackles, one interception, two pass breakups and three forced fumbles for the Panthers.
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