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Bears' Jacquizz Rodgers: Rushes for one yard Saturday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Rodgers had one carry for one yard Saturday against the Chiefs.

Rodgers saw brief work with the first-team offense after Jeremy Langford left the contest in the second quarter. For now, he still projects to see regular season work to spell Langford on occasion, with much of that duty being on passing downs.

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Bears' Jacquizz Rodgers: Struggles to gain yardage Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Rodgers had six rushes for seven yards Thursday against the Patriots.

Rodgers was an effective receiving option in the preseason opener, but he had a brutal performance as a runner after Jeremy Langford was taken out of the contest. He played in both the second and fourth quarters against the Patriots' backup defenders, but struggled to make any tacklers miss. Despite the poor performance, he's primarily competing with Langford to play as a receiving back in passing situations. However, he's far less likely to earn much of the early-down work.

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Bears' Jacquizz Rodgers: Could earn role as Bears' receiving back
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Rodgers is a better option than Jeremy Langford as a pass-catcher, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports.

Dickerson mentions that the coaching staff trusts Rodgers, and that Langford doesn't catch the ball well enough to finish with 36 receptions. Although Langford is expected to still get the first crack to replace Matt Forte. Rodgers saw time early in the first preseason game, so the coaches are clearly considering him as a legitimate option. That said, this training camp battle has yet to be decided, though the next two preseason games could go a long way toward finding a resolution.

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Bears' Jacquizz Rodgers: Catches two passes for 23 yards Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Rodgers had two carries for five yards while securing both of his pass targets for 23 yards Thursday against the Broncos.

Rodgers entered the game with the second-string offense after Jeremy Langford functioned as the starter. With the offensive line struggling, Brian Hoyer was running for his life, but was able to dump off the ball to Rodgers on a pair of occasions to keep the team from suffering additional negative plays. Unless the line can improve on their pass protection during the preseason, it's possible that he'll be needed to help protect Jay Cutler while offering a pair of sure hands out of the backfield. Earlier in the week, the coaching staff was talking up the veteran running back, and he's now looking like he truly is in competition with the team's other running backs for passing-down duties.

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Bears' Jacquizz Rodgers: Could emerge as third-down back
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bears' running backs coach Stan Drayton sees Rodgers as "highly productive" and the leader of the team's young backs, Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

According to Jahns, Rodgers is both reliable as a receiver and blocker, and is said to be the team's best option on third downs, making him nearly indispensable. Whether this translates into the 26-year-old actually seizing the third-down role in the regular season is debatable, but for now, he needs to be considered as fully competing for this job. It should be noted that Rodgers caught at least 52 passes for the Falcons in both 2012 and 2013, so he's had success as a receiving threat in the past.

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P49/1/16@ CLE8:00 pm
19/11/16@ HOU1:00 pm
29/19/16PHI8:30 pm
39/25/16@ DAL8:30 pm
410/2/16DET1:00 pm
510/9/16@ IND1:00 pm
610/16/16JAC1:00 pm
710/20/16@ GB8:25 pm
810/31/16MIN8:30 pm
Bye: Week 9
1011/13/16@ TB1:00 pm
1111/20/16@ NYG1:00 pm
1211/27/16TEN1:00 pm
1312/4/16SF1:00 pm
1412/11/16@ DET1:00 pm
1512/18/16GB1:00 pm
1612/24/16WAS1:00 pm
171/1/17@ MIN1:00 pm
2011Atlanta Falcons160572053.6131015
2012Atlanta Falcons160943623.9431216
2013Atlanta Falcons154963323.5192019
2014Atlanta Falcons161582173.7171012
2015Chicago Bears5014412.95003
2016Chicago Bears0000---0000
2011Atlanta Falcons160211889.0311107
2012Atlanta Falcons160534027.63212017
2013Atlanta Falcons154523416.62221012
2014Atlanta Falcons161291736.0141009
2015Chicago Bears5011010.0100000
2016Chicago Bears0000---00000
Kick Returns
2011Atlanta Falcons1600---000
2012Atlanta Falcons162359225.77702
2013Atlanta Falcons152557523.03400
2014Atlanta Falcons1611010.01000
2015Chicago Bears511515.01500
2016Chicago Bears000---000
Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2011Atlanta Falcons1643.010000.0000
2012Atlanta Falcons1600.000000.0000
2013Atlanta Falcons1532.010000.0000
2014Atlanta Falcons1633.000000.0000
2015Chicago Bears521.010000.0000
2016Chicago Bears000.000000.0000
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2011Atlanta Falcons1611000000
2012Atlanta Falcons1600000000
2013Atlanta Falcons1511000000
2014Atlanta Falcons1610111020
2015Chicago Bears500001010
2016Chicago Bears000000000
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