Leno agreed Wednesday with Washington on a one-year, $5 million contract, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Leno spent the first seven seasons of his career in Chicago and the last six anchoring the left side of the line. After his surprise release earlier this month, Leno was quickly able to catch with another organization. He'll be protecting Ryan Fitzpatrick's blind side in 2021.
The Bears released Leno on Monday. A 2014 seventh-round pick, Leno hasn't missed a single game since entering the starting lineup Week 4 of the 2015 season. Though the consistency of his play has drawn some criticism, Leno did earn a Pro-Bowl nod back in 2018 while helping the Bears reach the NFC wild-card round. The veteran left tackle shouldn't have much difficulty drawing interest from other clubs around the league.
Leno (toe) is active for Sunday's matchup against Detroit. Leno was limited Thursday and Friday in practice after sitting out the first session of the week, but he's ultimately proven capable of keeping his starts streak alive. The 29-year-old hasn't missed a game since 2014.
Leno (toe) is active for Sunday night's contest in Green Bay. Leno missed practice Thursday and Friday, but his toe injury won't prevent him from suiting up for Sunday's divisional matchup. The Bears will also have right tackle Rashaad Coward (ankle/knee) available.
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