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Bears' Jack Sanborn: Picks off pass
Sanborn tallied three tackles and intercepted a pass in the Bears' 41-10 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday.
After being a string IDP option in the latter part of 2022, Sanborn is now a situational player who's averaging less than four tackles per game. In his current role, he's a low upside IDP option.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Jack Sanborn: Facing competition for starting job
Sanborn may need to hold off Noah Sewell for the Bears' starting job at middle linebacker, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.
Sanborn was a high-impact IDP option when taking over the starting job when Roquan Smith was traded last year. During the Bears' first preseason game, Sanborn missed a couple tackles while Sewell has been been very impressive in camp. For now, it seems as if Sanborn has the No. 1 role, but there is a possibility that Sewell closes in on the job.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Jack Sanborn: Working his way back
Sanborn, who was placed on injured reserve in December after suffering an ankle injury, is participating in training camp practices, Sean Hammond of the Daily Herald reports.
Sanborn worked his way to a starting role for the Bears in 2022 after they traded Roquan Smith to the Ravens. Sanborn finished the season with 64 tackles, two sacks and a fumble recovery in 14 games and averaged 11 tackles per game as a starter. He was cleared by doctors earlier in the week and is being reincorporated into practice slowly after spending the spring rehabbing from his ankle injury. Once healthy, Sanborn figures to play a prominent role in the linebacker corps alongside T.J. Edwards and Tremaine Edmunds.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Jack Sanborn: Ends season on injured reserve
Sanborn ended the season with 64 tackles, two sacks and a forced fumble over 15 games played.
After the Bears traded away Roquan Smith, Sanborn (knee) moved into a full-time role until suffering a season-ending injury in Week 15. During his time as starter, he averaged 11 tackles per game and was an elite IDP option. If he returns healthy in 2023, he should resume his status as a strong IDP option. He's signed through the 2024 season.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Jack Sanborn: Headed to IR
Chicago will place Sanborn (ankle) on injured reserve Tuesday, ending his 2022 campaign, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.
Since taking over as a full-time starter in Week 9, Sanborn totaled 59 tackles, two sacks and one forced fumble, so his absence will be a huge blow to Chicago's defense. However, the undrafted rookie's performance after the trade of Roquan Smith has to leave the Bears brass thinking they have a long-term piece of the puzzle in the Wisconsin linebacker.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Jack Sanborn: Won't return Sunday
Sanborn (ankle) has been downgraded to out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Eagles.
Sanborn logged five solo tackles before going down with an ankle injury early in the second half. While the nature and severity of this issue are still unclear, the undrafted rookie will now have a slightly short week to recover before Saturday's game against the Bills. Sanborn has stepped into a bigger role since the trade of star middle linebacker Roquan Smith, logging double-digit tackles in each of the previous four games. In his stead, Matt Adams will likely see increased usage alongside Nicholas Morrow.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Jack Sanborn: Exits game with ankle injury
Sanborn (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's game versus Philadelphia, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.
Sanborn appeared to get rolled up on during an awkward play and then left the field under his own power. Veteran Joe Thomas should see an expanded role in the rookie's absence.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Jack Sanborn: Continues to post big numbers
Sanborn recorded 11 tackles in the Bears' 28-19 loss to the Packers on Sunday.
Sanborn has at least 11 tackles in three of his five starts while not posting fewer than seven stops in any of those games, and he'll remain an elite IDP option for the foreseeable future.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Jack Sanborn: Career-high tackle total
Sanborn tallied 15 stops in the Bears' 31-10 loss to the Jets on Sunday.
Sanborn has recorded at least nine tackles in each of his last three games, and he's been an elite IDP option since taking over the linebacker spot when Roquan Smith was traded.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Jack Sanborn: Recovers fumble in losing effort
Sanborn tallied nine tackles and a fumble recovery in the Bears' 27-24 loss to the Falcons on Sunday.
Sanborn has posted at least seven tackles in each of his three starts, and he's averaging nine tackles, making him a high-end IDP option. His role on the defense should continue to result in production for the duration of the season.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Jack Sanborn: Strong performance
Sanborn tallied 12 tackles and two sacks in the Bears' 31-30 loss to the Lions on Sunday.
In his second game since taking over the starting job after Roquan Smith was traded, Sanborn was the best IDP option among the Chicago defenders. He was the only Bears' player to record a sack, and the next closest defender to his tackle total fell five stops short of Sanborn. He's averaging 9.5 tackles and a sack in his two starts, and he appears to be a strong IDP option going forward.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Jack Sanborn: Solid in first start
Sanborn tallied seven tackles in the Bears' 35-32 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday.
With Chicago having traded away Roquan Smith, Sanborn stepped into a significant role on defense. It's unclear as to whether he'll retain a similar role going forward, but IDP managers in need of a linebacker who has a possibility of becoming a factor may consider adding him to rosters.... See More ... See Less
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