6'2'' / 305 lbs
The Bears placed Kramer (undisclosed) on injured reserve Thursday, Larry Mayer and Kevin Myers of the team's official site report.
Kramer will now miss at least the first four games of the season after getting hurt during Saturday's preseason finale. The 2022 sixth-round pick could be in danger of getting waived once healthy as he is currently behind both Cody Whitehair and Lucas Patrick on the depth chart.
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Kramer was removed from Saturday's preseason contest against the Bills after suffering an undisclosed injury, according to Adam Hoge of AllCHGO.com.
Kramer apparently suffered an injury during the first half, leaving it unclear if he'll return before the end of Saturday's contest. The 2022 sixth-round pick currently projects as the Bears' third-string center behind Cody Whitehair and Lucas Patrick. Therefore, Kramer is likely a longshot to make the final 53-man roster.
Kramer (lower leg), who spent the entire 2022 season on injured reserve, is participating in OTAs, Alyssa Barbieri of USA Today reports.
The 2022 sixth-round pick will be looking to make his NFL debut in 2023 if he can win a spot on the Bears' season-opening 53-man roster. Kramer will most likely be competing for a depth role at center.