The oddest training school and preseason in recent NFL history concluded this weekend as all 32 NFL teams trimmed their lineups down to the final 53. The Chicago Bears were one of the final teams to formally announce their last roster, as is custom over the last few seasons.

While there were genuinely no shocking cuts or deals, the movement we saw so far paints a pretty clear image regarding what the Bears saw over the last month. Here are my takeaways from the team’s final cuts.

1. No undrafted rookie totally free representatives made the team

As I said, this was the preseason in a really long thinking about no fans were permitted in attendance for any Bears practices and there were no preseason games either. That indicated none of the undrafted novice complimentary representatives (UDFAs) the Bears signed after the draft could display their abilities versus opposing NFL players. It was clearly a problem because after final cuts, no rookie UDFA made the group.

People like running back Artavis Pierce, and outside linebacker Ledarius Mack, 2 of the most-hyped gamers entering into camp, are now left with really little NFL tape and a lots of uncertainty following the Labor Day Weekend. This likely isn’t a problem just for the Bears, as other groups likely had difficulty keeping those gamers on the roster with little to evaluate them on. Here’s hoping all 7 UDFAs find work in other places.