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3-3-0 9-8-0
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Top Charles Leno Jr. News

  • Football Team's Charles Leno: Rewarded with extension

    Leno agreed Wednesday with Washington on a three-year, $37.5 million contract extension, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.

    After he was surprisingly cut by Chicago in May, Leno quickly found work with Washington and settled in as the team's starting left tackle Week 1. He helped bring stability to a position where Washington had struggled since Trent Williams last played for the team in 2018, prompting the Football Team to keep Leno in the fold on a longer-term deal.

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  • Football Team's Charles Leno: Not on injury report

    Leno (back) wasn't listed on Wednesday's injury report, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.

    Leno exited Sunday's loss to the Cowboys with a back injury, but the team didn't express much concern regarding the issue. He should be able to serve as the starting left tackle Sunday against the Eagles.

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  • Football Team's Charles Leno: Should be fine

    Leno (back) "should be fine" moving forward according to head coach Ron Rivera, Matthew Paras of The Washington Times reports.

    Leno suffered the back injury Sunday in Washington's loss to the Cowboys. If he were to miss time, it's likely Saahdiq Charles would get a start Sunday against the Eagles.

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  • Football Team's Charles Leno: Leaves with injury

    Leno (back) is questionable to return Sunday against the Cowboys.

    Leno suffered the injury in the first half. For now, Cornelius Lucas will likely man the left tackle position, while Saahdiq Charles mans the right tackle spot.

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  • Football Team's Charles Leno: Signing with Washington

    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.

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  • Charles Leno: Time up in Windy City

    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.

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  • Bears' Charles Leno: Ready for matchup with Lions

    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.

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  • Bears' Charles Leno: Questionable with toe injury

    Leno (toe) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions.

    Leno was able to practice on a limited basis Thursday and Friday after missing practice entirely Wednesday. The starting left tackle played through this injury last week and will look to do so again when the NFC North rival Lions come to town.

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  • Bears' Charles Leno: Gets green light

    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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  • Bears' Charles Leno Jr.: Inks four-year extension

    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.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 302 lbs
Birthplace: Oakland, CA
Age: 30
School: Boise St.
Experience: 9