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  • Bears' Nate Davis: Will not start

    Davis (personal) will not start Sunday against the Chiefs, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Davis is active but the fourth-year pro will only be available as a backup. Ja'Tyre Carter should get the start at right guard in his place.
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  • Bears' Nate Davis: Will play Sunday

    Davis (personal) is active Sunday against the Chiefs. Davis was removed from the team's injury report Wednesday, so he was expected to be active for the contest. He should return to starting at right guard against Kansas City.
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  • Bears' Nate Davis: Ready for Week 3

    Davis (personal) did not appear on the Bears' injury report Wednesday. Davis appears to be back with the team after missing Sunday's 27-17 loss to Tampa Bay due to personal reasons. The 26-year-old will return to his role at starting right guard in Week 3 versus the Chiefs.
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  • Bears' Nate Davis: Back at practice Wednesday

    Davis (ankle) participated in practice Wednesday at OTAs, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports. Davis ended the 2022 campaign on injured reserve due to an ankle injury, but that didn't prevent him from landing a three-year, $30 million deal with the Bears in free agency. He was still rehabbing to begin OTAs, but his return to practice Wednesday suggests he shouldn't have any limitations heading into training camp. Davis is slated to be the Bears' starting right guard in 2023.
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  • Bears' Nate Davis: Lands with Bears on three-year deal

    The Bears and Davis (ankle) agreed to terms on a three-year, $30 million contract Monday, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports. A third-round pick in 2019, Davis started 54 games for the Titans in four years with the team. A strong run blocker, Davis is a perfect fit in Chicago, where the Bears employ a run-heavy scheme. He was one of the premier guards available in free agency, so this is a great get for GM Ryan Poles.
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