(CBS) — The Chicago Bears have signed long snapper Jeremy Cain, they announced Monday morning.

On Sunday, the Bears waived long snapper Brandon Hartson, leaving the team without one on the roster. The team worked out several long snappers Sunday.

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Cain served as the long snapper in two games last season with the Bears. This is Cain’s third stint with the team, as he played for the Bears from 2004-2005 after signing as an undrafted free agent.

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The Bears also announced 10 signings to the practice squad: receiver Josh Bellamy, center Taylor Boggs, defensive tackle Brandon Dunn, cornerback Isaiah Frey, guard Ryan Groy, linebacker DeDe Lattimore, cornerback Al Louis-Jean, cornerback Terrance Mitchell, defensive tackle Roy Philon and receiver Rashad Ross.

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The Bears will begin their season Sunday against the Buffalo Bills at Soldier Field.