When the Bears started the 2014 season, the secondary was rated a strength, particularly at cornerback.
The Bears trimmed their roster to 76 players on Sunday night, announcing a flurry of moves.
On the same day they cut veteran cornerback Tim Jennings, the Bears lost another starting member of the 2014 secondary.
During NFL owners meetings last March, coach John Fox made something of an uncharacteristic public assessment of cornerback Tim Jennings.
If there weren’t concerns in nearly all areas of the Bears secondary before this, there should be now.