Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense29th91.1 (27th)205.7 (25th)
Defense8th102.0 (9th)222.1 (9th)
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64Bars, Alex OL6-53169/8/19952Notre Dame
26Bush, Deon DB6-01968/14/19935Miami (FL)
69Coward, Rashaad T6-531911/6/19943Old Dominion
97Edwards, Mario DE6-32801/25/19946Florida State
9Foles, Nick QB6-62531/20/19899Arizona
23Fuller, Kyle CB5-111942/16/19927Virginia Tech
19Ginn, Ted WR5-111674/12/198514Ohio State
99Gipson, Trevis LB6-42556/13/1997RTulsa
38Gipson, Tashaun SS6-12098/7/19909Wyoming
80Graham, Jimmy TE6-726011/24/198611Miami (FL)
71Hambright, Arlington G6-53151/30/1996RColorado
86Harris, Demetrius TE6-72587/29/19917Wis.-Milwaukee
96Hicks, Akiem DE6-434711/16/19899Regina (Canada)
81Holtz, J.P. TE6-32598/28/19932Pittsburgh
36Houston-Carson, DeAndre DB6-02054/13/19935William & Mary
74Ifedi, Germain G6-53406/2/19945Texas A&M
45Iyiegbuniwe, Joel LB6-123210/12/19953Western Kentucky
39Jackson, Eddie FS6-019912/10/19934Alabama
90Jenkins, John DT6-33337/11/19898Georgia
33Johnson, Jaylon CB6-01954/19/1999RUtah
30Joseph, Michael CB6-01943/19/19951Dubuque
85Kmet, Cole TE6-62853/10/1999RNotre Dame
72Leno Jr., Charles T6-331610/9/19917Boise State
52Mack, Khalil OLB6-32602/22/19917Buffalo
70Massie, Bobby T6-63128/1/19899Ole Miss
27McManis, Sherrick DB5-1120312/19/198711Northwestern
17Miller, Anthony WR5-1119910/9/19943Memphis
50Mingo, Barkevious OLB6-523810/4/19908LSU
32Montgomery, David RB5-112226/7/19972Iowa State
11Mooney, Darnell WR5-1117710/29/1997RTulane
67Mustipher, Sam C6-23118/13/19961Notre Dame
35Nall, Ryan RB6-223912/27/19952Oregon State
98Nichols, Bilal NT6-42999/14/19963Delaware
16O'Donnell, Pat P6-42122/22/19917Miami (FL)
84Patterson, Cordarrelle WR6-22273/17/19918Tennessee
46Pierce, Artavis RB5-112085/17/1996ROregon State
94Quinn, Robert LB6-42505/18/199010North Carolina
88Ridley, Riley WR6-11927/21/19962Georgia
 Roberson, Tre DB6-020010/22/19921Illinois State
95Robertson-Harris, Roy DE6-52987/23/19934UTEP
12Robinson, Allen WR6-22168/24/19937Penn State
2Santos, Cairo K5-816011/18/19916Tulane
48Scales, Patrick LS6-32262/11/19885Utah State
20Shelley, Duke CB5-917810/8/19962Kansas State
24Skrine, Buster CB5-91924/26/198910Tennessee-Chattanooga
58Smith, Roquan ILB6-02304/8/19973Georgia
78Spriggs, Jason T6-63085/17/19945Indiana
59Trevathan, Danny ILB6-02373/24/19909Kentucky
10Trubisky, Mitchell QB6-22208/20/19944North Carolina
92Urban, Brent DE6-73055/5/19917Virginia
93Vaughters, James LB6-22556/27/19931Stanford
22Vildor, Kindle CB5-1118312/11/1997RGeorgia Southern
65Whitehair, Cody C6-33137/11/19925Kansas State
83Wims, Javon WR6-42199/11/19943Georgia
55Woods, Josh LB6-12367/1/19962Maryland
Injured Players
25Burns, Artie (IR) CB6-01975/1/19955Miami (FL)
44Clark, Darion (IR) TE6-72354/9/1994RUSC
29Cohen, Tarik (IR) RB5-61947/26/19954North Carolina A&T
68Daniels, James (IR) G6-43109/13/19973Iowa
 Dotson, Jomon (IR) DB5-10180//RNevada
15Pineiro, Eddy (IR) K5-111779/13/19953Florida
 Roland, Shaq (IR) WR6-119012/27/1993RWest Georgia
48Trumbetti, Andrew (IR) LB6-42633/14/1996RNotre Dame
Practice Squad
13Adams, Rodney WR6-11899/15/19942South Florida
44Bond, Devante LB6-12367/3/19935Oklahoma
8Bray, Tyler QB6-622312/27/19916Tennessee
47Crawford, Xavier DB5-1118712/10/19952Central Michigan
18Davis, Reggie WR5-1118511/22/19951Georgia
 Harris, Dwayne WR5-102159/16/198710East Carolina
87Horsted, Jesper TE6-32372/27/19972Princeton
14Ives, Thomas WR6-42186/25/19961Colgate
63London, LaCale LB6-52808/5/1997RWestern Illinois
53Mack, Ledarius DE6-124010/3/1996RBuffalo
75McCullers-Sanders, Dan DT6-73528/11/19927Tennessee
 Miller, Lamar RB5-102214/25/19919Miami (FL)
73Simmons, Lachavious G6-53159/26/1996RTennessee State
 Te'o, Manti MLB6-12411/26/19917Notre Dame
76Traore, Badara T6-73203/12/1997RLSU
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Position Listing
Josh Woods
Woods (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Colts.

Woods was considered questionable with the ankle injury despite practicing fully all week, so it's not much of a surprise he's suiting up Sunday. The 24-year-old has exclusively played special teams in his two appearances this season.

Arlington Hambright
No Updates
Cairo Santos
Santos connected on a 42-yard field goal in Chicago's 24-10 loss to the Rams on Monday.

In a game the Bears struggled to move the ball against the Rams, Santos had a quiet night, though he made his only field-goal attempt of the contest. After scoring 19 points over his previous two games, Santos reverted to the low scoring floor he had shown over the first three games of the season. He'll likely be an erratic fantasy option, especially since he kicks for an inconsistent offense.

Eddy Pineiro
Coach Matt Nagy doesn't think Pineiro (groin) will be ready to play against the Colts in Week 4, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Chicago would need to remove Pineiro from IR before he can play, and Cairo Santos will continue to fill in as long as Pineiro remains sidelined. The Bears have a short week before facing the Buccaneers on Thursday in Week 5, so Pineiro will be hard-pressed to heal up in time for that one.

Groin - Injured Reserve. Expected Return - Week 9
Mario Edwards
Edwards (foot) is active for Sunday's game against the Colts.

Edwards was a late addition to the injury report Saturday and was listed as questionable, but he'll be available for Sunday's contest. The 26-year-old has played only 22 defensive snaps in the past two games and is unlikely to play a major role versus Indianapolis.

Khalil Mack
Mack (ankle) did not practice Wednesday.

The Bears have regularly allowed Mack rest days this season, so as long as he's able to resume practicing ahead of Sunday's contest against the Saints there won't be much reason for concern about his availability. The star pass rusher has notched a sack in five of his last six games.

DeAndre Houston-Carson
Houston-Carson picked off a pass while adding one tackle in Chicago's 23-16 win over the Panthers on Sunday.

Despite his big play, Houston-Carson has just three tackles on the season and doesn't have enough of a role to be considered a reliable IDP option.

Riley Ridley
Ridley (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Packers.

Ridley will take a seat for the second straight game to begin the season after he played five games as a rookie in 2019. Barring injuries, it's unlikely that Ridley will make a significant impact from a fantasy perspective in his sophomore season. Darnell Mooney and Javon Wims will handle depth receiving duties Sunday.

Xavier Crawford
Crawford was let go by the Dolphins on Saturday, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.

Crawford was let go to make room for newly signed safety Montre Hartage. The rookie cornerback didn't make much of an impact in his month with Miami, appearing in only one game.

Alex Bars
No Updates
Jason Spriggs
Spriggs (back) is active for Monday's game versus the Rams.

Spriggs didn't practice Saturday but has been cleared to play in the primetime matchup. The 26-year-old lineman has yet to log an offensive snap this season but will continue to add depth for the unit.

Illness - Reserve - COVID-19
Rashaad Coward
Coward (finger) is active for Monday's game versus the Rams.

Coward was considered questionable despite practicing fully in the final two sessions of the week. He started last week's game against the Panthers at left guard and could retain that role Monday.

Charles Leno Jr.
Leno Jr. signed a four-year extension with the Bears on Wednesday, Marc Sessler of NFL Network reports.

The Bears have the left side of their offensive line locked down for years to come, as both Leno Jr. and left guard Kyle Long are now under contract through the 2021 season.

Sam Mustipher
No Updates
Anthony Miller
Miller caught three passes for 20 yards in Chicago's 24-10 loss to the Rams on Monday.

Miller was targeted just once in the first half, but with the Bears trailing throughout the second half, he ended up with five targets, including one in the end zone that was broken up, keeping him from posting a respectable fantasy performance. Over the last four games, he's averaging 18 yards without scoring a touchdown, and until he turns things around, he won't be a recommended fantasy option.

Sherrick McManis
McManis (hamstring) has been ruled out for Monday's game versus the Rams.

McManis rarely plays on defense, but his absence will hurt the Bears' safety depth, especially with Deon Bush (hamstring) also considered questionable. If Bush sits out as well, Deandre Houston-Carson is expected to handle increased duties at safety.

Ryan Nall
Nall garnered one offensive snap, but he did not receive a carry or a target during Sunday's 19-11 loss to the Colts.

Despite being listed as the No. 2 option on Chicago's RB depth chart, Nall has only been granted a total of 12 offensive snaps through Week 4 of 2020. He remains with one offensive touch on the season, a two-yard reception, as the Bears instead elected to lean on receivers Cordarrelle Patterson (three carries) and Darnell Mooney (one carry) as rushing alternatives behind starting back David Montgomery during Sunday's loss.

Tre Roberson
Roberson (foot) reverted to the reserve/non-football injury list Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Per Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic, the Bears waived Roberson with a non-football injury designation Tuesday. Afterward, it was revealed Roberson suffered a broken foot while training for the season, according to Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site. Per the terms of the CBA, Roberson won't be allowed to practice until six weeks of the regular season have passed and can't be activated to the active roster until Week 9 at Tennessee. Whenever he's able to take the field, he'll be making his NFL debut.

Foot - NFI-R for Week 9 at Tennessee
Nick Foles
Foles completed 28 of 40 passes for 261 yards and two interceptions in Chicago's 24-10 loss to the Rams on Monday.

Foles was under pressure all night, leading to a disappointing performance. Although he had the Bears deep in the red zone twice, on one occasion, he threw an interception on a pass to Darnell Mooney, and on the other possession, he took a sack on a fourth-down play. With one or fewer touchdown passes in each of his last four games, he's best used as a fantasy option in leagues that start two quarterbacks.

Tyler Bray
Bray reverted back to the Bears' practice squad Monday, according the NFL transaction log.

Bray was on the Bears' roster but inactive in Week 4 against the Colts. It was the first time Bray was promoted to the active roster this season. He can revert to the practice squad on one more occasion during the 2020 campaign.

Danny Trevathan
Trevathan posted 10 tackles in Chicago's 23-16 victory over the Panthers on Sunday.

After recording just 11 tackles over the Bears' first three games, Trevathan has heated up by recording 18 stops over the last two weeks. As long as he continues to perform at this recent level, he should be considered a strong IDP option.

Jomon Dotson
James Vaughters
Vaughters has been waived by the Bears, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.

This marks the third time in the last three weeks the Bears have waived the 26-year-old. He has suited up in each of the last three games and has seen snaps on both defense and special teams in that span, only to be let go after the games were over. If Isaiah Irving (quad) sits again, Vaughters would once again be a candidate to rejoin the team.

Barkevious Mingo
Mingo notched a sack and two tackles in the Bears' 17-13 victory over the Giants on Sunday.

With Robert Quinn back in the lineup, Mingo will serve as a rotational pass rusher, making him a low-floor option in IDP leagues.

Rodney Adams
The Bears signed Adams to the practice squad Sunday, Jeff Dickerson reports.

Adams was cut by the Bears on Saturday as the team trimmed down to its final roster. Sticking on the practice squad will give him an opportunity to keep growing in Chicago.

Manti Te'o
Te'o is set to start in Week 16 against the Titans, John Hendrix of Sports Illustrated reports.

Teo' is set for a bigger role with Kiko Alonso (quadriceps) ruled out. Since joining the team in Week 14, Te'o has logged a combined 12 snaps through two contests and recorded one tackle.

Darion Clark
Clark (undisclosed) reverted to the Bears' injured reserve Wednesday, per the NFL's transaction page.

Clark suffered a shoulder injury during training camp, however, it's unclear if that's the reason for his placement. The USC product will now have to wait until 2021 to make an NFL roster, and he'll spend the season on the team's IR barring an injury settlement.

Undisclosed - Injured Reserve
Dwayne Harris
Harris signed to the Bears' practice squad Tuesday.

The 33-year-old figures to be an insurance option at punt returner, with Ted Ginn not impressing through the first seven games of the season. Harris has only eight catches for 60 yards in 39 games since the 2015 season, so he's unlikely to have much of an offensive roles if promoted to the active roster.

Akiem Hicks
Hicks tallied a sack and three tackles in Chicago's 24-10 loss to the Rams on Monday.

Hicks collected his first sack since Week 3, though he now has 4.5 on the season. On the season, he's averaging fewer than 3.5 tackles, and unless he can start to boost his tackle totals while getting on another sack streak, he'll be a low-upside IDP option.

Ledarius Mack
No Updates
Roquan Smith
Smith tallied eight stops in Chicago's 24-10 loss to the Rams on Monday.

With the Bears trailing for most of this contest, the Rams were able to run the ball often, leading Smith to compile a team high in tackles. He's now posted at least eight tackles in three of his last four games, and he's performing as a consistent high-floor IDP option.

Demetrius Harris
Harris caught two of three targets for 15 yards during Monday's loss to the Rams.

The 29-year-old played only 18 of 63 offensive snaps, so he was moderately involvement in the passing game despite limited snaps. It was Harris' lowest snap total of the year as he continues to operate in a depth role. He has seven catches for 45 yards through seven games and is unlikely to be much of a factor in fantasy even if starter Jimmy Graham were to suffer an injury.

Jesper Horsted
The Bears waived Horsted on Saturday, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Horsted came in handy last season when the Bears' tight-end depth took a hit, as he played in six games and caught eight of 10 targets for 87 yards and a touchdown. The Bears brought in reinforcements at tight end this offseason, though, signing Jimmy Graham and drafting Cole Kmet in the second round, so Horsted will look for a new opportunity elsewhere.

Michael Joseph
Joseph (undisclosed) was placed on the COVID-19 list Saturday, Adam Hoge of NBC Sports Chicago reports.

The move means the 25-year-old either has the virus himself or was recently in close contact with an infected individual. Joseph has been on injured reserve with an unspecified injury since the end of August and won't be eligible to play this season without reaching an injury settlement.

Undisclosed - Reserve - COVID-19
Mitchell Trubisky
Trubisky will transition to a backup role Week 4 while Nick Foles handles the starting gig, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Trubisky was benched during Sunday's game against the Falcons after an erratic first half, in which he completed 13 of 21 passes for 128 yards and a score (while also adding one rush for 45 yards). Nick Foles was efficient upon taking the field, and he led the Bears to a comeback win while tossing three touchdowns and a single interception, so it doesn't come as much of a shock to see Trubisky officially lose his job. It remains to be seen whether the 2017 No. 2 overall pick, who is scheduled to become a free agent in 2021, will get another chance to prove himself under center in Chicago.

Roy Robertson-Harris
Robertson-Harris officially signed a one-year contract with the Bears on Wednesday.

The Bears tendered the 26-year-old as a restricted free agent in March, and he'll remain with the team after not receiving an offer sheet from another team. Robertson-Harris had 30 total tackles and 2.5 sacks in 15 games last season.

Shoulder - Questionable for Week 9 at Tennessee
David Montgomery
Montgomery rushed 14 times for 48 yards and caught all five of his targets for 21 yards in Monday night's 24-10 loss to the Rams.

Montgomery struggled to get much going on the ground against a swarming Los Angeles front seven. Fortunately, though, the tailback picked up a handful of receptions, including a few with the Bears chasing the game late. Montgomery has now caught at least four passes in three straight outings, but with an average of just 45 rushing yards per game over that span, there's ground production left to be desired. However, the sledding doesn't appear any more favorable for Montgomery in Week 8, as he's pitted against a Saints defense that's currently allowed the fourth-fewest rushing yards per game.

Kyle Fuller
Fuller picked off a pass while adding four tackles in Chicago's 27-23 victory over the Lions on Sunday.

Fuller came up big by picking off Matthew Stafford in the fourth quarter, giving the Bears a chance to pull off the comeback victory. After posting a career-high 82 tackles last year, Fuller's season is off to a strong start, and he should continue to be a solid weekly option in IDP leagues.

Duke Shelley
No Updates
Reggie Davis
The Bears signed Davis to the practice squad Sunday, Jeff Dickerson of reports.

Davis was a victim of final roster cuts Saturday, but he'll now get a chance to stick with the Bears and continue his development.

Bilal Nichols
Nichols recorded a sack and three tackles in Chicago's 23-16 victory over the Panthers on Sunday.

Nichols is averaging fewer than two tackles per game, and unless he sees a spike in production, his IDP value will remain minimal.

Ted Ginn
Ginn wasn't targeted during Monday's 24-10 loss to the Rams.

The 35-year-old played only four offensive snaps, with his most notable contribution of the evening was watching Rams' punter Johnny Hekker pinning the Bears inside their own 20-yard line on all five of his boots. Ginn has played single-digit offensive snaps in each of the past four games and clearly has no worthwhile role in the passing attack.

Thomas Ives
Ives was signed to Chicago's practice squad Sunday, Jeff Dickerson of reports.

Ives never had much of a chance to crack Chicago's initial regular-season roster, but he'll get a shot to stick around the team and continue to develop. He also spent time on the Bears' practice squad last season.

Badara Traore
The Bears activated Traore from the practice squad COVID-19 list Friday, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.

As evidenced by this news, Traore turned in two negative COVID-19 test results at least 24 hours apart in order to rejoin football activities. He'll return to the team's practice squad to push for a 53-man roster spot around the league.

Devante Bond
Bond (quadriceps) is questionable to return to Thursday's game against the Buccaneers.

It's unclear how Bond suffered the injury, but he was forced to exit the contest on the first drive of the game. With Bond sidelined, look for James Vaughters to see an uptick in snaps on special teams.

Quadriceps - Questionable for Week 9 at Tennessee
Cole Kmet
Kmet (back) was limited in Wednesday's practice.

Kmet is coming off the best game of his young career, having hauled in both his targets for 45 yards during Monday's loss to the Rams, but he appears to have also injured his back in the contest. The rookie tight end will work to resume practicing in full ahead of Sunday's tilt against the Saints.

Lachavious Simmons
No Updates
Lamar Miller
Coach Matt Nagy said Wednesday that Miller's "looking better and better each week" and is "getting close," Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Miller remains on Chicago's practice squad, and Nagy's words suggest that the running back might still be getting up to speed physically in his recovery from a torn ACL. Once the team deems Miller ready, he should be elevated to the 53-man roster and join a thin backfield headlined by David Montgomery and jack-of-all-trades Cordarrelle Patterson.

Robert Quinn
Quinn notched a sack and one tackle in the Bears' 17-13 win over the Giants on Sunday.

After missing the season opener with an ankle injury, the team finally got Quinn on the field, and he didn't waste any time making an impact when he sacked Daniel Jones. He's coming off a season in which he posted 11.5 sacks while playing across from DeMarcus Lawrence, and it's hopeful that he'll have a similar impact while playing across from Khalil Mack.

Javon Wims
Wims caught one of two targets for eight yards during Monday's loss to the Rams.

The 2018 seventh-round pick played 29 percent of offensive snaps -- his highest snap share since Week 2 -- but he was minimally involved in the passing game. It was also Wims' first reception since Week 2, as he is clearly an afterthought in the aerial attack as the No. 4 wideout.

Suspension - Suspended until Week 12 at Green Bay
Andrew Trumbetti
Trumbetti (undisclosed) was waived by the Bears on Wednesday.

Trumbetti was waived/injured by Chicago in August but went unclaimed on waivers and spent the 2018 season on the team's injured reserve list. Now presumably healthy, he'll look to find a home elsewhere this offseason.

Trevis Gipson
The Bears selected Gipson in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 155th overall.

Gipson comes to Chicago from Tulsa, where he was a two-year starter on the edge. Long-armed and tall at 6-foot-3 with 33.88-inch arms, Gipson has good take-on tools and good burst for his size. He had 15.0 tackles for loss and 8.0 sacks as a redshirt senior in 2019. He profiles as an outside linebacker in the Bears' scheme behind Robert Quinn and Barkevious Mingo, with Khalil Mack holding things down on the other side of the formation.

Joel Iyiegbuniwe
Iyiegbuniwe (hamstring) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.

Iyiegbuniwe was limited to begin the week, but he now appears back to full health. He's set for his usual role on special teams during Sunday's tilt against the Saints.

Brent Urban
Urban re-signed with the Bears on Tuesday on a one-year contract, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports.

Urban joined the Bears last October after being released by the Titans. The 6-7, 300-pounder subsequently logged 16 tackles in nine games as a reserve defensive end with Chicago. He's in line to continue in that role in 2020.

James Daniels
The Bears placed Daniels (pectoral) on injured reserve Wednesday, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.

This move wasn't a surprise, as the Iowa product suffered a season-ending pectoral tear in last Thursday's win over Tampa Bay. Daniels will now rest up and get healthy for the 2021 campaign, as the Bears look to lean on Alex Bars to start at left guard for the remainder of the season.

Pectoral - Injured Reserve
Cody Whitehair
Whitehair is questionable to return to Monday's game against the Rams due to a calf injury.

Whitehair left the contest late in the third quarter. The severity of the injury has yet to be disclosed.

Calf - Questionable for Week 9 at Tennessee
Tarik Cohen
Cohen (knee - ACL) will be placed on injured reserve Monday.

Cohen suffered a season-ending torn ACL during Sunday's win over the Falcons, so his placement on IR was only ever a matter of time. The move leaves Ryan Nall as the top backup to David Montgomery, though Cordarrelle Patterson is a likely candidate to see increased backfield snaps with Cohen out. The Bears may also see fit to promote Artavis Pierce from the practice squad.

Knee - ACL - Injured Reserve
Patrick Scales
Scales re-signed with the Bears on a one-year contract Thursday, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

Scales has appeared in 16 games for the Bears in three of the last four years, as he missed the 2017 season with a torn ACL. The 32-year-old is poised to serve as Chicago's long snapper again in 2020.

Germain Ifedi
Ifedi is officially active for Sunday's game against Detroit.

Ifedi was dealing with an undisclosed issue during training camp, but as evidenced by this news, he's ready to play and handle duties as the team's starting right guard Sunday.

Undisclosed - Reserve - COVID-19
Artie Burns
The Bears placed Burns (knee) on injured reserve Thursday.

Burns will miss the entire 2020 campaign due to a torn ACL suffered during Tuesday's practice. The 2016 first-round pick was looking for a chance to revitalize his career in Chicago, but he's now set to become a free agent in 2021 without having played a snap for the team.

Knee - ACL - Injured Reserve
Jimmy Graham
Graham caught five passes for 31 yards in Chicago's 24-10 loss to the Rams on Monday.

Graham was a non-factor while the game was close, but he was able to haul in four of his five passes in the second half to salvage his fantasy day. Even though the Bears were deep in the red zone on two different occasions, he didn't see any of Nick Foles' end zone targets. He's now posted between 31 and 34 yards in each of his last four games while finding the end zone once during that span, and although he has a moderate floor, his fantasy value is usually derived from his ability to score touchdowns.

Allen Robinson
Coach Matt Nagy confirmed Wednesday that Robinson has entered the NFL's concussion protocol, Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site reports.

Robinson was injured late in Monday's loss to the Rams, finishing the game with four receptions for 70 yards. While the wideout won't practice Wednesday, the Bears will hold out hope that Robinson can clear the protocol ahead of Sunday's game against the Saints.

J.P. Holtz
Holtz has officially signed his exclusive-rights tender with the Bears, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Holtz played 14 games for the Bears last season and started seven of them. He was used mainly as a blocker but did log seven receptions for 91 yards. His role is not expected to be expanded in 2021, as the team brought in veteran Jimmy Graham for No. 1 tight end duties.

Darnell Mooney
Mooney caught three passes for 40 yards in Chicago's 24-10 loss to the Rams on Monday.

With the Bears trailing for most of the game, Mooney saw three deep passes, but he was unable to haul any of them in. He actually was open for a potential 95-yard touchdown, but Nick Foles was under heavy pressure and he was unable to get the ball out on time. Even though the production hasn't been impressive during his rookie season, Mooney is averaging 6.5 targets over his last four games, and if he can get on the same page with his quarterback, he could see an increase in fantasy value as the season progresses.

Eddie Jackson
Jackson (knee) was limited in practice Wednesday.

Jackson appears to have picked up a knee injury during Monday's loss to the Rams, in which he scooped up a fumble and returned it for a touchdown. It's encouraging to see that the starting free safety wasn't held out entirely, at least. He'll work to upgrade to full participation ahead of Sunday's contest against the Saints.

Jaylon Johnson
Johnson recorded six tackles in Chicago's 27-23 victory over the Lions on Sunday.

With Kyle Fuller being a strong cornerback on the other side of the field, Johnson could see opposing quarterbacks pick on him quite a bit, which may lead to plenty of performances like the one he had in Week 1. It's quite possible that the rookie quickly emerges as a strong weekly IDP option.

Kindle Vildor
The Bears selected Vildor in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 163rd overall.

The Georgia Southern product becomes the team's second cornerback selected this draft, although unlike Jaylon Johnson, there are plenty of question marks surrounding Vildor. He certainly seems to have good coverage instincts, but Vildor never showcased himself as a willing tackler, and his size/speed combination is unremarkable. At the minimum, he's an intriguing prospect in a Bears secondary that was lacking in 2019.

John Jenkins
Jenkins (thumb) is active heading into Sunday's matchup against the Panthers, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.

The 31-year-old garnered 49 combined defensive snaps Weeks 1 and 2, but he served an IR stint between Weeks 3 and 5 because of a thumb injury. He started five times last year for Miami but has so far served as a depth option during his second tour with the Bears. Jenkins will be available for snaps behind starting nose tackle Bilal Nichols, as Chicago looks to contain Carolina's 14th-ranked rush attack.

Foot - Questionable for Week 9 at Tennessee
Shaq Roland
Artavis Pierce
Pierce (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Colts, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.

The 24-year-old back out of Oregon State was called up to Chicago's 53-man roster Tuesday, though the Bears have elected to roll with David Montgomery and Ryan Nall as the team's only active RBs heading into Week 4. Cordarrelle Patterson may continue to get some run, as he already has 15 rush attempts through three games, but Pierce remains in search of his first NFL carry.

Pat O'Donnell
O'Donnell signed a two-year, $4 million contract with the Bears on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

O'Donnell recorded 62 punts for 2,791 yards last season, with an average of 45 yards per punt. The five-year pro has spent the entirety of his career with the Bears,and now remains signed with the team through 2020.

Dan McCullers-Sanders
The Bears released McCullers on Friday, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports.

The Bears signed McCullers when they placed John Jenkins (thumb) on injured reserve, but with Jenkins returning from IR, McCullers was shown the door. McCullers didn't suit up in a game during his three-week stint with the Bears.

Cordarrelle Patterson
Patterson (quadriceps) did not practice Wednesday.

Patterson appears to have picked up an injury during Monday's 24-10 loss to the Rams, in which he had six offensive touches and returned four kickoffs. If the veteran special-teams ace were forced to miss any time, Darnell Mooney would stand to handle kick returns while Ryan Nall could see some snaps behind David Montgomery.

Bobby Massie
The Bears are likely to deploy Massie (ankle) as the starter at right tackle for 2020, Jason Liester of the Chicago Sun Times reports.

Massie, who missed the last five games of the 2019 season due to a high-ankle sprain, should benefit from a full offseason of recuperation as he prepares for a fifth straight year as Chicago's starting right tackle. It still remains to be seen whether he'll line up alongside Rashaad Coward or Germain Ifedi, who stand to battle for the No. 1 right guard gig during training camp.

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Tashaun Gipson
Gipson intercepted a pass while posting six tackles in the Bears' 23-16 victory over the Panthers on Sunday.

Gipson now has a pair of interceptions this season while averaging six tackles over the last four weeks, and he's shown a solid scoring floor, making him a reliable IDP option.

Deon Bush
Bush (hamstring) is active for Monday's game versus the Rams.

Bush missed the last two games but is back in the fold after practicing fully Saturday. The fifth-year safety out of Miami (Fla.) typically only plays on defense in clear passing situations, and with starting safeties Tashaun Gipson and Eddie Jackson healthy, Bush likely will remain in a reserve role Monday.

Buster Skrine
Skrine (ankle) is active for Monday's game against the Rams.

Skrine didn't practice until Saturday when he logged a limited session, but he'll play through the injury in the primetime game. The 31-year-old cornerback has logged at least 63 percent of the defensive snap share in each game this season, and he's slated for a similar workload Monday against a strong set of Rams receivers.