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Bears’ Safety Dane Cruikshank Returns From NFI list

Safety Dane Cruikshank makes his debut at training camp after spending the past week on the NFI list.

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On Tuesday, the Chicago Bears got another member of their roster back. Safety Dane Cruikshank comes off the non-football injury list (NFI) and rejoins the team at practice.

His stint on the NFI list lasted just six days. The Bears had placed him there last Wednesday.

The 27-year old Cruikshank joined the Chicago Bears in late March. The 2022 campaign will be his fifth year in the league. The Tennessee Titans drafted Dane Cruikshank in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL Draft. However, injuries have limited his playing time the past two seasons.

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