The Bears have until 3 p.m. on Saturday to trim their roster down to 53. Players who are waived can be claimed/signed on Sunday, which is when all 32 NFL teams will finalize their practice squad.

As cuts trickle in, CSNChicago.com is tracking each move.

Saturday's IR/PUP moves:

Jordan Morgan (OL)

The Bears' 2017 fifth-round draft pick will be palced on IR, according to the Sun-Times.

Lamarr Houston (OLB)

The veteran outside linebacker will be placed on IR and the team will try to work out an injury settlement, reports NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.

Pernell McPhee (OLB)

The Bears are taking McPhee off the PUP list and he will begin the season on the 53-man roster, per the Chicago Tribune.

Saturday's cuts:

Isaiah Irving (OLB)

The undrafted rookie free agent will likely be placed on waivers, reports the Chicago Tribune.

Dan Skuta (OLB)

The Bears will release the veteran linebacker, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Jonathan Anderson  (ILB)

Anderson will be waived and the Bears will attempt to sign him to the practice squad, reports the Chicago Tribune.

Jaye Howard (DL)

The veteran lineman who has been dealing with a hip injury had his contract terminated, per the Chicago Tribune.

Brandon Greene (OL)

Greene, who played both tight end and offensive line at Alabama, has been placed on waivers, reports the Chicago Tribune.

Josh Rounds (RB)

According to the Sun-Times, the Bears will send Rounds through waivers. The rookie running back had 36 carries for 84 yards and two receptions for 18 yards in the preseason.

 

Dieugot Joseph (OL)

The Bears will place the rookie offensive lineman on waivers, according to the Chicago Tribune.

DeAndre Houston-Carson (S)

A sixth-round pick by the Bears in 2016, Houston-Carson only had two tackles in his two seasons in Chicago. The Houston Chronicle reports the Bears will cut Houston-Carson.

Rashaad Coward (DL)

The undrafted free agent will be a candidate for the Bears' practice squad, according to the Chicago Tribune. 

Tanner Gentry (WR)

A fan favorite throughout training camp, Gentry will be placed on waivers, according to the Sun-Times. Gentry had four receptions for 77 yards and a touchdown during the preseason.

Harold Jones-Quartey (S)

The Bears have waived the former undrafted free agent, according to the Chicago Tribune. Jones-Quartey had 87 tackles and two interceptions in 29 games with the Bears.

Roberto Aguayo (K)

The former second-round pick who the Bears claimed off waivers from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in August has been released, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Aguayo missed his only field goal attempt with the Bears during the preseason.

Friday's cuts:

Cyril Richardson (OL)

Richardson will be placed on waivers, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Victor Cruz (WR)

The Bears won't be serving salsa at Soldier Field this season. According to multiple reports, the Bears will release the veteran wide receiver. Cruz had six passes for 37 yards with a touchdown in four preseason games.

Connor Shaw (QB)

After getting injured in Thursday's preseason finale against the Browns, the Bears are expected to waive Shaw, per the Chicago Tribune.

Rashaad Reynolds (CB)

According to the Chicago Tribune, the Bears have waived Reynolds.

Will Poehls (OL)

Poehls, who spent time on the Bears practice squad in 2016, was placed on waiverd Friday afternoon, according to Adam Jahns of the Sun-Times.

Taylor Boggs (OL)

Back for a second stint with the Bears, Boggs wasn't able to crack the final 53-man roster, per the Chicago Tribune.

Freddie Stevenson (FB)

The former Florida State standout, who was one of two fullbacks in camp with the Bears, has been placed on waivers, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Mitchell Kirsch (G)

The rookie guard has been placed on waivers, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Kelvin Sheppard (LB)

The veteran linebacker had his contract terminated by the Bears, per the Chicago Tribune.

MyCole Pruitt (TE)

According to the Chicago Tribune, the Bears informed Pruitt that he will be placed on waivers. Pruitt, a former fifth round pick of the Minnesota Vikings, had five receptions for 85 yards in four preseason games.